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" ... supper and covent, and it was almost supper time, wherefore he thought it was time to depart thence, so he payed for his drinke and tooke his leave, and homeward he went, and in his way he found a fat cowe grasing in the field, and sodainly he devided... "
The lyfe of Robert the deuyll, a romance. From the ed. by W. de Worde - Page 15
by Robert (le diable, duke of Normandy.) - 1828
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the carisbrooke library

john milton - 1889
...left lying there still, and the other half he took on his neck and carried it home, and quickly he made it ready. Some he put in the pot, and some upon...spit, and he made a great fire and set on the pot, and laid to the spit: and he made marvellous good pottage, and roasted the meat very well, and he made...
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Bookworm: An Illustrated Treasury of Old-time Literature

Bibliography - 1894
...way he founde a fat cowe grasing in the field, and sudaynely he divided her in two parts, and the one halfe he tooke on his necke and carried it home, and...put in the pot, and some upon the spit, and he made mervaillous good pottage, and rosted the meat very well, and made such good speed that every thing...
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