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" Many envied her therefore, Because she was of parents poor, And twixt her lord and her great strife did raise : Some said this, and some said that, Some did call her beggar's brat, And to her lord they would her oft dispraise.  "
Patient Grissil: a comedy by T. Dekker, H. Chettle and W. Haughton. Repr ... - Page xiv
by Henry Chettle, Thomas Dekker - 1841
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Publications, Volume 6

Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) - 1841
...seemed necessary, and those, with proper references, are placed at the conclusion of the comedy. JPC It will not be out of place to subjoin here some stanzas...that, And some did call her beggar's brat, And to her Loid they did her oft dispraise. ****** When that the marquess Did see that they were bent thus Against...
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Patient Grissill: A Comedy

Henry Chettle, William Haughton, Thomas Dekker - Griselda (Legendary character) - 1841 - 96 pages
...homely bower, Where love and virtue dwell with sweet content. ****** At length she consented, And heing both contented, They married were with speed. Her...that, And some did call her beggar's brat, And to her Loid they did her oft dispraise. ****** When that the marquess Did see that they were bent thus Against...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 3

Percy Society - English literature - 1841
...her sight. Mnny envied her therefore, Because she was of parents poore, And twixt her lord and she great strife did raise. Some said this, and some said that, And some did call her beggars brat, And to her lord they would her oft dispraise. O ! noble Marquesse, Quoth they, why dost...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 3

Percy Society - English literature - 1841
...her sight. Many envied her therefore, Because she was of parents poore, And twixt her lord and she great strife did raise. Some said this, and some said that, And some did call her beggars brat, And to her lord they would her oft dispraise. That might have gotten Au honourable lady...
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The Garland of Good-will

Thomas Deloney - 1851 - 147 pages
...Her beauty shin'd most bright; Far staining every other brave and comely dame That did appear in her sight, Many envied her therefore, Because she was...strife did raise : Some said this, and some said that; Some did call her beggar's brat; And to her lord they would her oft dispraise. O, noble marquess, quoth...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 30

Percy Society - Ballads, English - 1852
...Her beauty shin'd most bright ; Far staining every other brave and comely dame That did appear in her sight. Many envied her therefore, Because she was...strife did raise : Some said this, and some said that; Some did call her beggar's brat; And to her lord they would her oft dispraise. O, noble marquess, quoth...
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English and Scottish ballads, selected and ed. by F.J. Child

Francis James Child - 1857
...trimly attired in the same, Her beauty shin'd most bright, . Far staining every other brave and comely dame That did appear in sight. * Many envied her therefore,...strife did raise : Some said this, and some said that, *i Some did call her beggar's brat, And to her lord they would her oft dispraise. 36, GG \V., in her...
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English and Scottish ballads, Volume 2

Francis James Child - Ballads, English - 1857
...beauty shin'd most bright, Far staining every other brave and comely dame That did appear in sight1 Many envied her therefore, Because she was of parents poor, And twixt her lord and lier great strife did raise : Some said this, and some said that, Some did call her beggar's brat,...
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English and Scottish Ballads, Volume 4

Francis James Child - English poetry - 1860
...beauty shin'd most bright, Far staining every other brave and comely dame That did appear in sight. sa Many envied her therefore, Because she was of parents...strife did raise : Some said this, and some said that, *) Some did call her beggar's brat, And to her lord they would her oft dispraise. " O noble marquess,"...
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ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH BALLADS (VOL IV)

FRANCIS JAMES CHILD - 1860
...beauty shin'd most bright, Far staining every other brave and comely dame That did appear in sight. 36 Many envied her therefore, Because she was of parents...strife did raise : Some said this, and some said that, 40 Some did call her beggar's brat, And to her lord they would her oft dispraise. " 0 noble marquess,"...
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