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" By thy pretty lac'd cravat, By the ribands round thy bum, Which is brac'd much like a drum, By thy dangling pantaloons, And thy ruffling port cannons,* By thy friezeld perriwigge, Which does make thee look so bigg, By thy sword of silver guilt, And the... "
The works of John Webster: now first collected with some account of the ... - Page 165
by John Webster - 1830
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 3

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - English drama - 1830
...in the printed copy of the play, l677,) occurs at the beginning of the 4th act ; " I conjure thee, l conjure thee, By the Ribands in thy Halt, By thy pritty...bigg, By thy Sword of Silver guilt, And the Riband at tliy Hilt. Apeare, tpear." hobby-horses prance up and down, as if some a' the tilters had ridden 'em....
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Satirical Songs and Poems on Costume: From the 13th to the 19th ..., Volume 27

Frederick William Fairholt - Ballads, English - 1849 - 267 pages
...beginning of the fourth act. I CONJURE thee, I conjure thee, By the ribands in thy hatt, By thy pretty lac'd cravat, By the ribands round thy bum, Which...pantaloons, And thy ruffling port cannons,* By thy friezeld perriwigge, Which does make thee look so bigg, By thy sword of silver guilt, And the riband...
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Satirical songs and poems on costume: from the 13th to the 19th ..., Volume 27

Frederick William Fairholt - Ballads, English - 1849 - 267 pages
...following song, (not given in the printed copy of the play, 1677) occurs at the beginning of the fourth act. I CONJURE thee, I conjure thee, By the ribands in thy hatt, By thy pretty lac'd cravat, By the ribands round thy bum, Which is brac'd much like a drum, By...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 27

Percy Society - English literature - 1849
...following song, (not given in the printed copy of the play, 1677) occurs at the beginning of the fourth act. I CONJURE thee, I conjure thee, By the ribands in thy hatt, By thy pretty lac'd cravat, By the ribands round thy bum, Which is brac'd much like a drum, By...
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Believe as You List: A Tragedy, Volume 27

Philip Massinger - English drama (Tragedy) - 1849 - 108 pages
...following song, (not given in the printed copy of the play, 1677) occurs at the beginning of the fourth act. I CONJURE thee, I conjure thee, By the ribands in thy hatt, By thy pretty lac'd cravat, By the ribands round thy bum, Which is brac'd much like a drum, By...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 27

Percy Society - English literature - 1849
...following song, (not given in the printed copy of the play, 1677) occurs at the beginning of the fourth act. I CONJURE thee, I conjure thee, By the ribands in thy hatt, By thy pretty lac'd cravat, By the ribands round thy bum, Which is brac'd much like a drum, By...
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The Works of John Webster

Rev. Alexander Dyce - 1857
...among the Harleian MSS., 7367, the following song (not given in the printed copy of the play, 1677,) occurs at the beginning of the 4th act; " I conjure thee, I conjure thee, By the Ribands in thy Hatt, By thy pritty lac'd Cravat, By the Ribands round thy Bum, Which is brac'd much like a Drum, By...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...among the Harleian M8S., 7367, the following song (not given in the printed copy of the play, 1677,) occurs at the beginning of the 4th act ; '* I conjure...By thy dangling Pantaloons, And thy ruffling Port Cannont, By thy freezeld Perriwige, Which does make thee look so bigg, By thy Sword of Silver guilt,...
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The Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker: North-vvard hoe, by Thomas Decker and ...

Thomas Dekker - 1873
...conjure thee, By the Ribands in thy Hart, By thy pritty lac'd Cravat, liy the Ribands round thy Bnm, Which is brac'd much like a Drum, By thy dangling...thy freezeld Perriwige, Which does make thee look fo bigg, By thy Sword of Silver guilt, And the Riband at thy Hilt, — Apeare, apear." PAGE 26. by...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1877 - 383 pages
...of the 4th act; " I conjure thee, 1 conjure thee, By the Ribands in thy Halt, By thy prltty lc'd Cravat. By the Ribands round thy Bum, Which Is brac'd...By thy dangling Pantaloons, And thy ruffling Port Сиппопя, By thy freezeld Perriwigo, Which doe make thee look so bigg, By thy Sword of Silver...
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