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" I wonder you'd lose a thought upon such an animal; the most peremptory absurd clown of Christendom, this day, he is holden. I protest to you, as I am a gentleman and a soldier, I ne'er changed words with his like. By his discourse, he should eat nothing... "
The British Drama: A Collection of the Most Esteemed Tragedies, Comedies ... - Página 197
1859
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays

John Bell - 1776
...as a good phrafe in his belly, but all old iron and rufty proverbs \ a good commodity tor fome fmith to make hob-nails of. Mat. Ay, and he thinks to carry it away with his manhood ftill, where he comes. He brags he will gi' me the baflinado, as I hear. T><ib. How ! he the baftinado...
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The New English Theatre: Containing the Most Valuable Plays which ..., Volumen5

1787
...a good phrafe in his belly, but all old iron, and rufty proverbs! a good commodity for feme finith to make hob-nails of. Mat. Ay, and he thinks to carry it away with his manhood ftill, where he comes : he brags he will gL* me the baftir.ado, as I hear. Bob. How ! He the baftinado...
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The Literary Museum; Or, Ancient and Modern Repository: Comprising Scarce ...

Francis Godolphin Waldron - 1792 - 335 páginas
...of queen Elizabeth, the fpeaker directed the members of the houfe of commons to come without fpurs. Mat. Ay, and he thinks to carry it away with his manhood, ftill, where he comes : he brags he will gi* me the baftinado, as I hear. Bob. How ! he the baftinado...
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Dramatic Works: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author, Volumen1

David Garrick - 1798
...words with his like. By his discourse, he should •at nothing but hay. He was born for the menger, pannier, or pack-saddle ! he has not so much as a...belly, but all old iron and rusty proverbs ! a good commodity-for some smith to -make hob-nails of. Mat. Ay' and he thinks to carry it away with his manhood...
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The British drama, Volumen3

British drama - 1804
...and a soldier, I ne'er changed words with his like. By his discourse, he should eat nothing but bay. He was born for the manger, pannier or packsaddle...much as a good phrase in his belly, but all old iron ami rusty proverbs ! л good commodity for some smith to make hobnails of. Mat. Ay, and he thinks to...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher: The ..., Volumen1

Ben Jonson - 1811
...gentleman and a soldier, I ne'er chang'd words with his like. By his discourse he should eat nothing but hay : he was born for the manger, pannier, or pack-saddle ! He has * not so much as a good phras-.- in his belly, but all old iron, and rustv proverbs! a good commodity for some smith to make...
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

Walter Scott - 1811
...hay. He was born for the manger, pannier, or packbaddle ! He has not so much as a good phrase in (и- belly, but all old iron and rusty proverbs ! a good commodity for some smith to make hobnails of. Mut. Ay, and he thinks to carry it away with bis manhood still, where he comes. He brags he will L'i'...
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The modern British drama, Volumen3

British drama - 1811
...gentleman and a solder, I ne'er changed words with his like. By his discourse, he should eat nothing but hay. He was born for the manger, pannier, or packsaddle ! He has not so much as n good phrase in his belly, but all old iron and rusty proverbs ! a pood commodity for some smith to...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher, Volumen1

Ben Jonson, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1811
...manger, i»nnier, or pack-saddle ! lie has not so much as a good plirase in his belly, but all o!u iron, and rusty proverbs! a good commodity for some smith to make hobnails of. Mat. I, an'l he thinks to carry it away with his manhood still, where he comns : he togs hewill «¡' me...
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory ..., Volumen1

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
...gentleman and a soldier, I ne'er changed words with his like. By his discourse, he should eat nothing but hay : he was born for the manger, pannier, or...good commodity for some smith to make hob-nails of. 9 Bob. So, so; it's the fashion gentlemen now zwe.j Bobadill probably alludes to some particular form...
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