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 craftby Thomas Deloney - 1903 - 128 pagesSnippet view
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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,...