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" For number you exceede, for you haue thirtie ribauld words for my one, and yet you beare a good spirit. /I was loath so to write as I haue done, but that I / learnde, that he that drinkes with cutters, must not / be without his ale dagger ; nor hee that... "
Pappe with an hatchet ... or ... a sound boxe of the eare, for the idiot ... - Page 43
by Double V (pseud.) - 1844
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Pap with a Hatchet: Being a Reply to Martin Mar-prelate : Re-printed from ...

Thomas Nash, John Lyly, John Petheram - Marprelate controversy - 1844 - 52 pages
...and yet you beare a good spirit. I was loath so to * write as I haue done, but that I learnde, that he that drinkes with cutters, must not be without his ale dagger; nor hee that buckles with Martin, without his lauish termes. Who would currie an Asse with an Iuorie...
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A History of the Martin Marprelate Controversy in the Reign of ..., Issues 1-3

William Maskell - Marprelate controversy - 1845 - 224 pages
...yours broader iust by the ' list. — I was loath to write as I haue done, but that ' I learnde, that he that drinkes with cutters, must ' not be without his ale dagger ; nor he that buckles ' with Martin, without his lauish termes. — If a Mar' tin can play at chestes,...
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A history of the Martin Marprelate controversy in the reign of queen Elizabeth

William Maskell - 1845
...yours broader iust by the ' list. — I was loath to write as I haue done, but that ' I learnde, that he that drinkes with cutters, must ' not be without his ale dagger ; nor he that buckles ' with Martin, without his lauish termes. — If a Mar' tin can play at chestes,...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

Religion - 1845
...find yours broader iust by the list.—I was loath to write as I haue done, but that I learnde, that he that drinkes with cutters, must not be without his ale dagger; nor he that buckles with Martin, without his lauish termes.—If a Martin can play at chestes, he shall...
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Notes and Queries

Questions and answers - 1893
...quotation given by Dr. Murray ia decisive of the meaning : — " 1589, Pappe v. Saíehet (1844) 8. He that drinkes with cutters, must not be without his ale dagger." F. ADAMS. JUDGES' ROBES : COUNSELS' GOWNS (8th S. iii. 127, 193, 312).— The following brief description...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1893
...raillery " to call them aledaggers, as does the author of ' Pappe with an Hatchet,' when he says, " He that drinkes with cutters must not be without his ale dagger"? Your correspondent MR. JOHN TAYLOR was quite right in his surmise as to "filchman." Harrison continues:—...
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Elizabethan & Jacobean Pamphlets

George Saintsbury - English essays - 1892 - 288 pages
...and yet you beare a good spirit. /I was loath so to write as I haue done, but that I / learnde, that he that drinkes with cutters, must not / be without his ale dagger ; nor hee that buckles with Martin, without his lauish termes. Who would currie an Asse with an luorie...
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