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" Our Tarlton was master of his faculty. When queen Elizabeth was serious (I dare not say sullen) and out of good humour, he could un-dumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would, in some cases, go to Tarlton before they would go to the queen,... "
Extracts from the Accounts of the Revels at Court, in the Reigns of Queen ... - Page xxvii
by Peter Cunningham - 1853 - 228 pages
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The Reliquary, Volume 18

Archaeology - 1878
...chamber. With the Queen he was a prime favourite. Says the above quaint authority, " when Queen Elizabeth was serious [I dare not say sullen] and out of good...he could undumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would in some cases go to Tarlton before they would go to the Queen, and he was their usher...
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Shakespeariana, Volume 1

1883
...When Queen Elizabeth was serious, I dare not say sullen and out of good humor, he could itndumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favorites would, in some cases, go to Tarlton before they would go to the Queen, and he was their usher to prepare their advantageous access...
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The three lords and three ladies of London, by Robert Wilson. Ein Beitr. zur ...

Hans Eduard Fernow - 1885
...folgende seine Individualitšt am besten: 'Our Tarlton was master of Ins faculty. When Queeu Elizabeth was serious, I dare not say sullen, and out of good humour, he could un-dumpwh her at Ins pleasure. Her highest favorites would, in some cases, go to Tarlton. before they...
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Wise Words and Quaint Counsels of Thomas Fuller

Thomas Fuller - Aphorisms and apothegms - 1892 - 245 pages
...absolutely idle which lead to lawful delight. Our Tarlton was master of his faculty. When queen Elizabeth was serious (I dare not say sullen) and out of good...could un-dumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would, in some cases, go to Tarlton before they would go to the queen, and he was their...
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Marlowe, Tragical History of Dr. Faustus: Greene, Honourable History of ...

Christopher Marlowe, Robert Greene - English drama - 1901 - 312 pages
...31 a (ed. 1811), cited by Halliwell : 'Our Tarlton was master of his Faculty, when Queen Elizabeth was serious (I dare not say sullen) and out of good...humour, he could un-dumpish her at his pleasure.' 15. Tossing off. Perhaps the reading of the quarto of 1630, 'tossing of,' might be retained, the construction...
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The Shakespearean period in England

Karl Mantzius - Theater - 1904
...nobody else possessed. Fuller relates : l " Our Tarlton was master of his faculty. When Queen Elizabeth was serious, I dare not say sullen, and out of good...he could undumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would, in some cases, go to Tarlton before they would go to the Queen, and he was their...
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Royalty in all ages: the amusements, eccentricities, accomplishments ...

Thomas Firminger Thiselton Dyer - Europe - 1903 - 443 pages
...and you may hear of them hourly?" Then there was Tarleton, who, writes Fuller, " when Queen Elizabeth was serious, I dare not say sullen, and out of good humour, he could undumpish her at his pleasure." Tarleton wore his fool's attire when the Queen dined, and when she dined abroad he attended her " in...
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Is it Shakespeare?: The Great Question of Elizabethan Literature

Walter Begley - Shakespearian authorship - 1903 - 387 pages
...the Queen's jester Tarlton than ever Shakespeare had. For as Fuller tells us : " When Queen Elizabeth was serious, I dare not say sullen, and out of good humour, he (Tarlton) could undumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would in some cases go to Tarlton...
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A History of Theatrical Art in Ancient and Modern Times: The Shakespearean ...

Karl Mantzius - Theater - 1904
...nobody else possessed. Fuller relates : 1 " Our Tarlton was master of his faculty. When Queen Elizabeth was serious, I dare not say sullen, and out of good...he could undumpish her at his pleasure. Her highest favourites would, in some cases, go to Tarlton before they would go to the Queen, and he was their...
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Memorials of Old Shropshire

Thomas Auden - Shropshire (England) - 1906 - 301 pages
...during meals. He became a great favourite, and, in the words of Fuller, " when the Queen was serious and out of good humour, he could undumpish her at his pleasure. In a word, he told the Queen more of her faults than most of her chaplains; and cured her melancholy...
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