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" Rudely rayne beaten, Rusty and moughte eaten, If ye take well therwith, It hath in it some pyth. "
Skelton: A Selection from the Poetical Works of John Skelton - Page 101
by John Skelton - 1902 - 268 pages
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The Poetical Works of John Skelton: With Notes, and Some Account ..., Volume 1

John Skelton - 1843 - 483 pages
...though my ryme be ragged, Tattered and iagged, Rudely rayne beaten, Rusty and moughte4 eaten, If ye5 take well therwith, It hath in it some pyth. For,...For the temporalte Accuseth the spiritualte ; The spirituall6 agayne Dothe grudge and complayne Vpon the 7 temporall men : Thus eche of other blothers...
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Notes and Queries

William White - Questions and answers - 1898
...Norfolk." CP HALE. SKELTON (8th S. xii. 487).— The quotation s from ' Colyn Cloute,' 1. 53, &c. :— For though my ryme be ragged, Tattered and lagged,...If ye take well therwith, It hath in it some pyth. RR Boston, Lincolnshire. "DOWN TO THE GROUND" (9th S. i. 145). — With due submission, I scarcely...
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The poetical works of John Skelton, Volume 2

John Skelton - 1856
...» All my connyng bagge, Lyke a clerkely hagge ; For though my ryme be ragged, Tattered and iagged, Rudely rayne beaten, Rusty and moughte eaten, If ye...as farre as I can se, It is wronge with eche degre : eo For the temporalte Accuseth the spiritualte ; The spirituall agayne Dothe grudge and complayne...
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Geschichte des Drama's

Julius Leopold Klein - Drama - 1876
...oute All my connyng bagge, Lyke a clerkely hagge, For though my ryme be ragged, Tuttered and Sagged, Rudely rayne beaten, Rusty and moughte eaten, If ye...therwith, It hath in it some pyth, For, as farre as 1 can se, It is wronge with eche degro: For the temporalte Accnseth the spiritnalte; The spirituall...
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GESCHICHTE DES DRAMA'S

J. L . KLEIN - 1876
...ray connyng bagge, Lyke a clerkely hagge, Por though my ryme be ragged, Tuttered and iagged, Kudely rayne beaten, Rusty and moughte eaten, If ye take...therwith, It hath in it some pyth, For, as farre as l can se, It is wronge with eche degre: For the temporalte Accuseth the spiritualte; The spirituall...
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Geschichte des Drama's, Volume 13

Julius Leopold Klein - Drama - 1876
...clerkely hagge, For though my ryme be ragged, Tuttered and iagged, Rudely rayne beaten. Rusty and monghte eaten, If ye take well therwith, It hath in it some pyth, For, as farre as 1 can se, It is wronge with eche degre: For the temporalte Accuseth the spiritnalte; The spirituall...
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Studies in Early English Literature

Emelyn W. Washburn - English literature - 1882 - 225 pages
...clerkely hagge ; For though my ryme be ragged, Tattered and iagged, Rudely rayne beaten. Rusty and moth eaten, If ye take well therwith It hath in it some pyth. But Doctour Bullatus, Parum litteratus. As wyse as Waltom's calfe, Must pręche, a Goddes hälfe, In...
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A History of English Poetry, Volume 1

William John Courthope - English poetry - 1895 - 536 pages
...ragged, Tattered and jagged, Rudely rayne-beaten, Rusty and moughte-eaten, If ye take well therewith, It hath in it some pyth. For as farre as I can se, It is wrong with eche degre : For the temporalte Accuseth the spiritualte ; The spiritual agayne Doth grudge...
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Selections from the British satirists: with an introductory essay by Cecil ...

Cecil Headlam - Literary Criticism - 1897 - 329 pages
...popular feeling. When he pronounces of this piece : ' For though my rhyme be ragged, Tattered and jagged, Rudely rayne beaten, Rusty and moughte eaten, If ye take well therwith It hath in it some pith' (II. 53-58), he is not over-rating its vigour and fearlessness. Yet good criticism of his own...
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Selections from the British Satirists: With an Introductory Essay by Cecil ...

Cecil Headlam - English literature - 1897 - 329 pages
...popular feeling. When he pronounces of this piece: ' For though my rhyme be ragged, Tattered and jagged, Rudely rayne beaten, Rusty and moughte eaten, If ye take well therwith It hath in it some pith' (11. 53-58), he is not over-rating its vigour and fearlessness. Yet good criticism of his own...
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