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Page 37 - and, you owe me a quarters wages: and, my coate wants a cullison: and, your beere is sowre: and, blabbering with his lips, and thus keeping in his cinkapase of
Page 37 - in their tables before they come to the play, as thus: Cannot you stay till I eate my
Page 37 - Clowne cannot make a jest unless by chance, as the blind man catcheth a hare: Maisters,- tell him of it.]
Page 37 - [And then you have some againe, that keepes one sute of jests, as a man is knowne by one sute of appareil, and Gentlemen quotes his
Page 42 - earth doth still cry out upon my fact,/ "Pay me the murder of a
Page 47 - never knew of this most horrid murder./ But, Hamlet, this is only
Page 18 - Such men often prove / Great in their words, but little in their love.