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" There be squibs, sir ; which squibs, running upon lines, like some of our gawdie gallants, sir, keepe a smother, sir, with flishing and flashing, and, in the end, sir, they do, sir Nym. "
The Works of John Webster - Page 226
by John Webster, Alexander Dyce - 1880
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Endymion; or, The man in the moon, by John Lyly. History of Antonio and ...

Charles Wentworth Dilke - English drama - 1814
...birth of men or women, I am sure they are dangerous at their begetting : what more fireworks, sir? Page. There be squibs, sir, which squibs running upon lines *, like some of our gaudy gallants, sir, keep a smother, sir, with flishing and flashing, and in the end, sir, they do,...
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Endymion; or, The man in the moon

Charles Wentworth Dilke - English drama - 1816
...the birth of men or women, I am sure they are dangerous at their begetting: what more fireworks, sir? Page. There be squibs, sir, which squibs running upon lines*, like some of our gaudy gallants, sir, keep a smother, sir, with dishing and flashing, and in the end, sir, they do,...
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 3

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - English drama - 1830
...lihf si/uila thai run upon lines, i$•.] So Marston, in his Paratitaster, or the Fawne, l606 ; " Page. There be squibs, sir, which squibs running upon...In A Rich Cabinet, with Variety of Inventions, &c., l65I, by J. White, are instructions " How to make your fireworks to run upon a line backward and forward."...
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The works of John Webster, Volume 3

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - Drama - 1830
...scurvily. * lihe aquib> that run upon lines, Sfc.] So Marston, in his Parasita&ter , or the Fawne, 1606 j " Page. There be squibs, sir, which squibs running upon...end, sir, they doe, sir Nymphadoro. What, sir ? Page. Stinh, sir." Sig. B. In A Rich Cabinet, with Variety of Inventiont, &c., 1651, by J. White, are instructions...
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The Works of John Marston, Volume 2

John Marston - English drama - 1856
...of men or women. I am sure they are dangerous at their begetting. What, more fire-works, sir ? Pag. There be squibs, sir ; which squibs, running upon...flishing and flashing, and, in the end, sir, they do, sir Nym. What, sir? Pag. Stink, sir. Hero. Fore Heaven, a most sweet youth ! Enter DONDOLO. Don....
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The Works of John Marston, Volume 2

John Marston - English drama - 1856
...of men or women. I am sure they are dangerous at their begetting. What, more fire-works, sir ? Pag. There be squibs, sir ; which squibs, running upon...flishing and flashing, and, in the end, sir, they do, sir Nym. What, sir ? Pag. Stink, sir. Hero. Tore Heaven, a most sweet youth ! Enter DONDOLO. Don....
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...There bo squibs, sir, which squibe runnmc upon lines, like some of our gawdie gallants, sir, keeps a smother, sir, with flishing and flashing, and in the end, sir, they doe, sir ffymphadoro. What, sir? Page. Stink, sir." Sig. B. In A Rick Cabinet, with Variety of Invention!, <ke.....
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The Works of Thomas Middleton, Volume 4

Arthur Henry Bullen - 1885
...of life.' — Sig. E 4." — Dyce. The expression is not uncommon. Cf. Marston's Fawn, i. a : — " There be squibs, sir ; which squibs running upon lines, like some of our gaudy gallants, sir, keep a smother, sir." 1 The stick that held the gunner's match (lint-stock). 3...
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The Works of John Marston, Volume 2

John Marston - 1887
...There be squibs, sir; which squibs, running upon lines,1 like some of our gaudy gallants^sir, keep a smother, sir, with flishing and flashing, and, in the end, sir, they do, sir Nym. What, sir? Page. Stink, sir. Herod. 'Fore Heaven, a most sweet youth ! Enter DONDOLO....
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The Works of John Marston, Volume 2

John Marston - 1887
...There be squibs, sir; which squibs, running upon lines,1 like some of our gaudy gallants; sir, keep a smother, sir, with flishing and flashing, and, in the end, sir, they do, sir Nym. What, sir ? Page. Stink, sir. Herod. 'Fore Heaven, a most sweet youth 1 Enter DONDOLO....
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