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" Of this gentell lacke breche, Of what estate he be, Of spirituall dygnyte, Nor duke of hye degre, Nor marques, erle, nor lorde ; Whiche shrewdly doth accorde, Thus he borne so base All noble men shulde out face, 620 His countynaunce lyke a kayser. My... "
Skelton: A Selection from the Poetical Works of John Skelton - Page 158
by John Skelton - 1902 - 268 pages
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The works of the English poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: including the series ...

Samuel Johnson - English poetry (Collections) - 1810
...pie peeked Thou loscl long neckc-d Thus daily they be decked Taunt<4l and cheeked That they are so wo They wot not whether to go. No man dare come to the speche Of this gentel Jacke breche Of what estate he be Of spiritual dignitie Nor duke of hye degree Nor marques,...
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The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including ..., Volume 2

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1810
...Thou losel long necked Thus daily they be decked Taunted and checked That they are so wo They wot nut whether to go. No man dare come to the speche Of this gentel Jacke breche Of what estate he be Of spiritual dignitie Nor duke of hye degree Nor marques,...
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The poetical works of John Skelton: with notes, and some account ..., Volume 2

John Skelton - Poetry - 1843
...rebukes them and rayles, Ye horsons, ye vassayles, Ye knaues, ye churles sonnys, 600 Ye rebads, nat2 worth two plummis, Ye raynbetyn beggers reiagged,...face, 620 His countynaunce lyke a kayser. My lorde is nat1 at layser; Syr, ye must tary a stounde, Tyll better layser be founde ; And, syr, ye must daunce...
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The poetical works of John Skelton: with notes, and some account ..., Volume 2

John Skelton, Alexander Dyce - 1843
...rebukes them and rayles, Ye horsons, ye vassayles, Ye knaues, ye churles sonnys, 600 Ye rebads, nat 2 worth two plummis, Ye raynbetyn beggers reiagged,...go. No man dare come to the speche Of this gentell Iacke breche, Of what estate he be, Of spirituall dygnyte, Nor duke of hye degre, Nor marques, erle,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 176-177

Early English newspapers - 1844
...Wolsey. Thou losell longe necked I Thus dayly they be decked, Taunted and checked, That they ar so wo, They wot not whether to go. No man dare come to the...Thus he borne so base All noble men shulde out face, His countynaunce lyke a kayser. My lorde is nat at layser ; Syr, ye must tary a stounde, Tyll better...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 176

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1844
...pecked, Thou losell longe necked ! f Thus dayly they be decked, Taunted and checked, That they ar so wo, They wot not whether to go. No man dare come to the...what estate he be, Of spirituall dygnyte, Nor duke of bye degre, Nor marques, erle, nor lorde ; Wbiche shrewdly doth accorde, Thus he borne so base All noble...
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volume 54

1849
...Of spirituall dygnitie, * In plain English f&ol. Nor duke of hye degree, Nor marques, erle, or lorde, Whiche shrewdly doth accorde. Thus he, borne so base, All noble men should out face, Hys countenance lyke a kayser. ' My lorde is not at layser, ' Syr ye must tarry...
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The poetical works of John Skelton, Volume 2

John Skelton - 1856
...losell longe necked ! Thus dayly they be decked, Taunted and checked, That they ar so wo, eio That wot not whether to go. No man dare come to the speche Of this gentell Iacke breche, Of what estate he be, Of spirituall dygnyte, Nor duke of hye degre, Nor marques, erle,...
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THE POETICAL WORKS OF JOHN SKELTON

ALEXANDER DYCE - 1864
...losell longe necked ! Thus dayly they be decked, Taunted and checked, That they ar so wo, sio That wot not whether to go. No man dare come, to the speche...borne so base All noble men shulde out face, 620 His county naunce lyke a kayser. My lorde is nat at layser ; Syr, ye must tary a stounde, Tyll better layser...
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The Poetical Works of Skelton and Donne: With a Memoir of Each ..

John Skelton, Izaak Walton, John Donne - 1881
...Thou losell longe necked ! Thus dayly they be decked, Taunted and checked, That they ar so wo, in That wot not whether to go. No man dare come to the speche...Thus he borne so base All noble men shulde out face, a His countynaurice lyke a kayser. My lorde is nat at Jayser ; Syr, ye must tary a stounde, Tyll...
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