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" No more did one of his minions, that thinking to rap out an oath and sweare by his conscience, mistooke the word and swore by his concupiscence ; not vnlike the theefe, that in stead of God speede, sayd stand, and so tooke a purse for God morowe. Yet... "
Pappe with an hatchet ... or ... a sound boxe of the eare, for the idiot ... - Page 38
by Double V (pseud.) - 1844
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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
...stand, and they hang; that is, ' goe home.' — Pappe, fyc. Sign. C. 3. Rev. Again, soon after : ' They that teare the boughs, will hew ' at the tree,...once wet their feete in ' factions, will not care how deepe they wade in ' treason.' Sign. E. 2. I could multiply these passages : for example, in Evidences...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1845
...Bishops stand, and they hang; that is, goe home.'—Pappe $c. sign. C. 3. Rev. Again, soon after: ' They that teare the boughs, will hew at the tree,...once wet their feete in factions, will not care how deepe they wade in treason.' Sign. E. 2. We could multiply these passages: for example, in the Almond...
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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
...hang; that is, ' goe home.' — Poppe, fyc. Sign. C. 3. Rev. Again, soon after : ' They that tearc the boughs, will hew ' at the tree, and hauing once wet their feete in ' factions, will not care how deepe they wade in ' treason.' Sign. E. 2. I could multiply these passages : for example, in Evidences...
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Elizabethan & Jacobean Pamphlets

George Saintsbury - English essays - 1892 - 288 pages
...to say the Pater noster, but that I knewe he carde not for it, and so vsed no other wordes, but obi in malam crucem, because I knewe, that lookt for him....After Martin had racked ouer his protestation with a lades pace, hee runnes ouer his fooleries with a knaues gallop, ripping vp the souterlie seames of...
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Elizabethan & Jacobean Pamphlets

George Saintsbury - English essays - 1892 - 288 pages
...minions, that thinking to rap out an oath and sweare by his conscience, mistooke the word and swore^_by his concupiscence ; not vnlike the theefe, that in...After Martin had racked ouer his protestation with a lades pace, hee runnes ouer his fooleries with a knaues gallop, ripping vp the souterlie seames of...
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The Complete Works of John Lyly, Volume 3

John Lyly - 1902
...tooke a purse for God morowe. Yet dooth Martin hope that all her Maiesties best subiects will become 40 Martinists; a blister of that tongue as bigge as a...once wet their feete in factions, will not care how deepe they wade in treason. After Martin had racked ouer his protestation with a lades pace, hee runnes...
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