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" Our Tarlton was master of his faculty. When queen Elizabeth was serious (I dare not say sullen) and out of good humour, he could un-dumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would, in some cases, go to Tarlton before they would go to the queen,... "
Extracts from the Accounts of the Revels at Court, in the Reigns of Queen ... - Page xxvii
by Great Britain. Office of the Revels, Peter Cunningham, Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1853 - 228 pages
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The Life and Times of Sir Walter Ralegh [sic]: With Copious Extracts from ...

Charles Whitehead - Great Britain - 1854 - 309 pages
...jester to Queen Elizabeth Our Tarleton was master of his faculty. When Queen Elizabeth was serious (I do not say sullen, and out of good humour), he could un-dumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would, in some cases, go to Tarleton before they would go to the Queen, and he was their...
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The History of Court Fools

Dr. Doran (John) - Fools and jesters - 1858 - 389 pages
...official who ever wore clown's suit. Fuller calls him a master of his faculty, who, " when Queen Elizabeth was serious, I dare not say sullen, and out of good humour, he could undumpish her at his pleasure." As in other courts, suitors to the Sovereign not unfrequently first presented themselves to the jester....
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The history of court fools

John Doran - Social Science - 1858
...official who ever wore clown's suit. Fuller calls him a master of his faculty, who, " when Queen Elizabeth was serious, I dare not say sullen, and out of good humour, he could undumpish her at his pleasure." As in other courts, suitors to the Sovereign not unfrequently first presented themselves to the jester....
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Shakespeare Jest-books: Merie tales of Skelton. Jests of Scogin. Sackfull of ...

William Carew Hazlitt - Chapbooks - 1864
...— Peacham's Worth of a Penny, 1647. "Our Tarlton was master of his faculty. When Queen Eli2abeth was serious, I dare not say sullen, and out of good humour, he could ««dumpisk her at his pleasure. Her highest favorites would, in some cases, go to Tarleton before...
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The Rose, the shamrock and the thistle, a magazine. Vol.1, June-vol.6, March

1864
...and out of humour, he ccatí undumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would in sacases go to Tarleton before they would go to the Queen, and he was i!-: usher to prepare their advantageous access to her. . . . He CUP ч! . melancholy better than all...
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Saints and sinners; or, In church and about it

John Doran - 1868
...Tarleton, the comic actor. " When Queen Elizabeth was serious," says Fuller, " (I dare not say seldom) and out of good humour, he could undumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would in some cases go to Tarleton before they would go to the queen ; and he was their...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 234

Early English newspapers - 1873
...himself a first-rate punster and great wit, that (to quote his own quaint words) " when Queen Elizabeth was serious (I dare not say sullen) and out of good...he could undumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would in some cases go to Tarlton before they would go to the Queen ; and he was their usher...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 234

Early English newspapers - 1873
...himselr a first-rate punster and great wit, that (to quote his own quaint words) " when Queen Elizabeth was serious (I dare not say sullen) and out of good humour, he could undumpiih her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would in some cases go to Tarlton before they...
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The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist,: A Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 18

Archaeology - 1878
...chamber. With the Queen he was a prime favourite. Says the above quaint authority, " when Queen Elizabeth was serious [I dare not say sullen] and out of good...he could undumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would in some cases go to Tarlton before they would go to the Queen, and he was their usher...
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