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" I could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with, not only indecent expressions, but such gross words, as I don't think our mob would suffer from a mountebank. "
The comedies of Plautus, tr. into familiar blank verse, by B. Thornton - Page 16
by Titus Maccius Plautus - 1767
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Four old plays: Three interludes: Thersytes, Jack Jugler and Heywood's ...

John Heywood - Interludes, English - 1848 - 288 pages
...tormented by these people for their debts. Mercury uses Sosia in the same manner. But I could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with not only indecent expressions, but such gross words as I don't think our mob would suffer from a mountebank The boxes...
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Letters ... descriptive of ... travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, with ...

Mary Wortley Montagu (lady.) - 1865
...tormented by these people for their debts. Mercury uses Sosia in the same manner. But I could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with not only indecent expressions, but such gross words as I don't think our mob would suffer from a mountebank. . . . I...
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The Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1876 - 407 pages
...tormented by these people for their debts. Mercury uses Sosia in" the same manner. But I could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with, not only indecent expressions, but such gross words as I don't think our mob would suffer from a mountebank. Besides,...
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The works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope, John Wilson Croker - 1886
...tormented by these people for their debts. Mercury sues Sosia in the same manner. But I could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with not only indecent expressions, but such gross words as I do not think our mob would suffer from a mountebank. Besides,...
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The works of Alexander Pope: New ed. Including several hundred ..., Volume 9

Alexander Pope, John Wilson Croker, Whitwell Elwin, William John Courthope - 1886
...tormented by these people for their debts. Mercury sues Sosia in the same manner. But I could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with not only indecent expressions, but such gross words as I do not think our mob would suffer from a mountebank. Besides,...
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Plautus: spätere Bearbeitungen plautinischer Lustspiele

Karl von Reinhardstöttner - Comparative literature - 1886 - 793 pages
...tormented by these people for their debts. Mercury uses Sosia in the same manner. But I could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with not only indecent expressions but such gross words as I don't think our mob would sufter from a mountebank. Besides,...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 173

1891
...turns upon poor Amphitryon being tormented by these people for their debts. But 1 could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with not only indecent expressions, but such gross words as I don't think our mob would suft'er from a mountebank.' Then follows...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 173

George Walter Prothero - History - 1891
...turns upon poor Amphitryon being tormented by these people for their debts. But I could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with not only indecent expressions, but such gross words as I don't think our mob would suffer from a mountebank.' Then follows...
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Letters from the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu 1709 to 1762

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - English letters - 1906 - 551 pages
...tormented by these people for their debts/and Mercury uses Sosia in the same manner. But I could not easily pardon the liberty the poet has taken of larding his play with not only indecent expressions, but such gross words as I don't think our mob would suffer from a mountebank; and the...
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