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" Let him try it when he will, and come himself upon the Stage, with all the scurrility of the Wife of Bath, with all the ribaldry of Poggius, or Boccace, yet I dare affirm he shall never give that contentment to beholders as honest Tarlton did, though... "
Extracts from the Accounts of the Revels at Court, in the Reigns of Queen ... - Page xxviii
by Peter Cunningham - 1853 - 228 pages
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The Sad Shepherd: Or, A Tale of Robin Hood, a Fragment

Ben Jonson, Francis Godolphin Waldron, Peter Whalley - Robin Hood (Legendary character) - 1783 - 255 pages
...ignorance : for let him try it when he will, and come himfelf upon the Stage, with all the fcurrility of the Wife of Bath, with all the ribaldry of Poggius, or Boccace, yet I date affirm, he fhall never give that contentment to Beholders, as honeft Tar Iton did, though he faid...
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The biographical mirrour: comprising a series of ancient and ..., Volume 1

Francis Godolphin Waldron, Sylvester Harding, Edward Harding - Art - 1795
...Redivivum, speaking of Prj/nne, says, " let him try it when he will, and conte upon the Stage himself, with " all the scurrility of the Wife of Bath, with all the ribaldry of Poggius, " or floccace, yet I dare affirm, he shall never give that contentment to " Beholders, as honest Tarlton...
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The London Magazine, Volume 9

John Scott, John Taylor - 1824
...Sir Richard Baker, speaking of Prynne, the puritanical opposer of all theatrical amusements, says * " Let him try it when he will, and come himself upon...as honest Tarlton did, though he said never a word ;" imd the same writer, in another work, t bears ample testimony to his merits, and concludes his commendation...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 3

1839
...signes." " Let him $ (the wretched fanatic, Prynne) try when he will, and come upon the stage himself with all the scurrility of the Wife of Bath, with...honest Tarlton did, though he said never a word." His very look was the first act of a comedy. " Tarlton when big head was onely scene, The tire-house...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 5

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1839
...(the wretched fanatic, Prynne) tir when he will, and come upon the stage himself with all the scur>f the Wife of Bath, with all the ribaldry of Poggius or Boccace, dare affirm he shall never give that contentment to beholders as hooest Tarlton did, though he said...
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Publications, Volume 20

1844
...graced the alehouse;3 game-cocks were named after him;4 and, a century after his death, his effigy 1 Let him try it when he will, and come himself upon...word. — Baker's Theatrum Redivivum, 1662, p. 34. 2 It would answer no useful purpose to give many more instances, as they afford no new facts. The following...
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Tarlton's Jests: And News Out of Purgatory

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - English wit and humor - 1844 - 135 pages
...graced the alehouse; 3 game-cocks were named after him; 4 and, a century after his death, his effigy 1 Let him try it when he will, and come himself upon...beholders as honest Tarlton did, though he said never a word.—Baker's Theatrum Redivivum, 1662, p. 34. 2 It would answer no useful purpose to give many more...
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Publications, Volume 18

1853
...graced the alehouse; 3 game-cocks were named after him; 4 and, a century after his death, his effigy 1 Let him try it when he will, and come himself upon...beholders as honest Tarlton did, though he said never a word.—Baker's Theatrum Redivivum, 1662, p. 34. 2 It would answer no useful purpose to give many more...
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Shakespeare Jest-books: Merie tales of Skelton. Jests of Scogin. Sackfull of ...

William Carew Hazlitt - Chapbooks - 1864
...to smile ; which, uttered by him, would force a sad soul to laughter."— Fuller's Worthies, 1662. " Let him try it when he will, and come himself upon...never a word."— Baker's Theatrum Redivivum, 1662. "At supper she (Q. Eli2.) would divert herself with her friends and attendance : and if they made no...
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Meditations and Disquisitions Upon the First Psalm: The Penitential Psalms ...

Sir Richard Baker - Bible - 1882 - 449 pages
...pleasing Play, without it. Whereas besides his prejudice, he may be made to confess his ignorance ; for let him try it when he will, and come himself upon...Boccace, yet I dare affirm he shall never give that content to Beholders as honest Tarlton did, though he said never a word. And what scurrility was ever...
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