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" bycause of the plague : I like the pollicye well, if it holde still, for a disease is but bodged, or patched up, that is not cured in the cause ; and the cause of plagues is sinne, if you looke to it well ; and the cause of sinne are playes : therefore... "
ANNALS OF THE STAGE - Page 221
by J. PAYNE COLLIER - 1879
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A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL ACCOUNT OF THE RAREST BOOKS IN THE ENGLISH ...

J. PAYNE COLLIER F.S.A. - 1866
...a continuali monument of London's prodigalitie -and folly. But I understand they are now forbidden bycause of the plague : I like the pollicye well, if it holde still, for a disease if but bodged, or patched up, that is not cured in the cause ; and the cause of plagues is sinne, if...
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A Bibliographical and Critical Account of the Rarest Books in the English ...

John Payne Collier - Early printed books - 1866
...continuall monument of London's prodigalitie and folly. But I understand they are now forhidden hycausc of the plague : I like the pollicye well, if it holde still, for a disease if hut hodged, or patched up, that is not cured in the cause; and the cause of plagues is sinne, if...
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A First Sketch of English Literature

Henry Morley - English literature - 1873 - 912 pages
...forbidden because of the plague. I like the policy well, if it hold still; for a disease is but botched or patched up that is not cured in the cause, and the cause of plagues is sin, if you look to it well; and the cause of sin are plays : therefore the cause of plagues are plays."...
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Lotos Leaves

John Brougham, John Elderkin - American literature - 1875 - 411 pages
...which is well illustrated by the famous syllogism of Master Coldocke, " The cause of plagues is sinne, and the cause of sinne are playes ; therefore the cause of plagues are playes." This logic appears to have been conclusive, as licenses for playing, in* the reign of King James, says...
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Lotos Leaves: Original Stories, Essays, and Poems

William Fearing Gill - American literature - 1875 - 411 pages
...which is well illustrated by the famous syllogism of Master Coldocke, " The cause of plagues is sinne, and the cause of sinne are playes ; therefore the cause of plagues are playes." This logic appears to have been conclusive, as licenses for playing, in the reign of King James, says...
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Lotos leaves; stories, essays, and poems by members of the lotos club

Lotos club - 1875
...which is well illustrated by the famous syllogism of Master Coldocke, " The cause of plagues is sinne, and the cause of sinne are playes ; therefore the cause of plagues are playes." This logic appears to have been conclusive, as licenses for playing, in the reign of King James, says...
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Lotos Leaves

John Brougham, John Elderkin - American literature - 1875 - 411 pages
...which is well illustrated by the famous syllogism of Master Coldocke, " The cause of plagues is sinne, and the cause of sinne are playes ; therefore the cause of plagues are playes." This logic appears to have been conclusive, as licenses for playing, in the reign of King James, says...
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A book of the play, Volume 2

Edward Dutton Cook - 1876
...plague. " I like the policy well if it hold still," said the preacher; " for a disease is but bodged and patched up that is not cured in the cause, and the cause of plagues is sin, if you look to it well; and the cause of sin are playes; therefore, the cause of plagues are playes."...
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English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature, Volume 8

Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin - English literature - 1892
...forbidden because of the plague. I like the policy well if it hold still, for a disease is but botched or patched up that is not cured in the cause, and the cause of plagues is sin if you look to it well; and the cause of sin are plays ; therefore the cause of plagues are plays."...
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English Writers: An Attempt Towards a History of English Literature, Volume 8

Henry Morley, William Hall Griffin - English literature - 1892
...forbidden because of the plague. I like the policy well if it hold still, for a disease is but botched or patched up that is not cured in the cause, and the cause of plagues is sin if you look to it well; and the cause of sin are plays ; therefore the cause of plagues are plays."...
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