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" Muse, from the first peeping foorth, hath stood at livery at an ale-house wispe, never exceeding a penny quart, day nor night, and this deare yeare, together with the silencing of his looms, scarce that, he being constrained to betake him to carded ale... "
The Gentle Craft - Page v
by Thomas Deloney - 1903 - 128 pages
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The Works of Thomas Nashe: Have with yov to Saffron-Walden. Nashes lenten ...

Thomas Nash - 1905
...whereas his Muse, from the first peeping foorth, hath stood at Liuery at an Ale- 15 house wispe, neuer exceeding a penny a quart, day nor night, and this deare yeare, together with the silencing of his looms, scarce that ; he being constrained to betake him to carded Ale : whence it proceedeth that,...
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John Gay's The Beggar's Opera, 1728-2004: adaptations and re-writings

Uwe Böker, Ines Detmers, Anna-Christina Giovanopoulos - Literary Criticism - 2006 - 347 pages
...hath rime inough for all myracles & wit to make a garland of good will more than the premises [...] whereas his Muse, from the first peeping foorth, hath...Livery at an Alehouse wispe, never exceeding a penny a quart.192 D 'Ye Call It. Zum Begriff des Mob (rabble) vgl. Linebaugh, London Hanged, 38; Lloyd I. Rudolph,...
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