... in his hand, and the Ale in his head, he trips so light in the highway, that he feeles not the ground he goes on : and, therefore, being in a merry vaine, and desirous to... The Gentle Craft - Page 57by Thomas Deloney - 1903Full view
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A. W. Ward, A. R. Waller - English literature - 1973 - 465 pages
...turn of verse, which he exploits on his road to London, as follows : The primrose in the grene forest, The violets they be gay, The double dazies and the rest That trimly deck the way, Doth move the spirits with brave delight Who beauty's darlings be, With hey tricksie,...