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" Oh gods ! — oh, mine eyes ! Sus. How now ? what ail'st thou, lad ? Win. Something hit mine eye, (it makes it water still,) Even as you said  "
The Dramatic Works of Thomas Dekker: Now First Collected with Illustrative ... - Page 377
by Thomas Dekker - 1622
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Dramatic Works, Volume 2

John Ford - English drama - 1811
...me, mistpess, I shall support it faithfully (being honest) To my best strength. Sus. Believe't shall be no other. I know you were Commended to my husband by a noble knight. Win. Oh God ! oh, mine eyes. Sus. How now ? what ail'st thou lad? Win. Something hit mine eye (it makes it...
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - 1827
...me, mistress, I shall support it faithfully (being honest) To my best strength. Sus. Believe't shall be no other. I know you were commended to my husband...By a noble knight. Win. Oh gods !— oh, mine eyes ! Sus. How now ? what ail'st thou, lad ? Win. Something hit mine eye, (it makes it water still,) Even...
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827
...me, mistress, I shall support it faithfully (being honest) To my best strength. Sus. Believe't shall be no other. I know you were commended to my husband...By a noble knight. Win. Oh gods ! — oh, mine eyes ! Sus. How now ? what ail'st thou, lad ? Win. Something hit mine" eye, fit makes it water still,) Even...
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The Dramatic Works of John Ford,: In Two Volumes, Volume 2

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827 - 616 pages
...me, mistress, I shall support it faithfully (being honest) To my best strength. Sus. Believe't shall be no other. I know you were commended to my husband...a noble knight. . Win. Oh gods ! — oh, mine eyes ! Sus. How now ? what ail'st thou, lad ? Win. Something hit mine eye, (it makes it water still,) Even...
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The dramatic works of John Ford, with an intr. and notes [by W. Harness?].

John Ford - 1831
...me, mistress, I shall support it faithfully (being honest) To my best strength. Sus. Believe't shall be no other. I know you were commended to my husband...By a noble knight. Win. Oh gods ! — oh, mine eyes ! Sus. How now ? what ail'st thou, lad ? Win. Something hit mine eye, (it makes it water still,) Even...
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The Dramatic Works of John Ford: The lady's trial. The sun's garling. The ...

John Ford - 1831
...Walks forward. I shall support it faithfully (being honest) To my best strength. Sus. Believe't shall be no other. I know you were commended to my husband By a noble knight. Sus. How how ? what ail'st thou, lad ? Win. Oh gods!—oh, mine eyes! Win. Something hit mine eye,...
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The Works of John Ford: The lady's trial. The sun's darling. The witch of ...

John Ford - 1869
...mistress, I shall support it faithfully— being honest — To my best strength. Sus. Believe 't shall be no other. I know you were commended to my husband By a noble knight. Win. O, gods ! O, mine eyes ! Sus. How now ! what ail'st thou, lad ? Win. Something hit mine eye, — it...
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Shakspere's Predecessors in the English Drama, Volume 4

John Addington Symonds - English drama - 1884 - 668 pages
...deceived Susan, who loves with all her heart and strives to engage the interest of the supposed lad : I know you were commended to my husband By a noble knight. This simple opening has such a painful irony, considering how Clarington had actually commended Winnifrede...
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Thomas Dekker

Thomas Dekker - Economics - 1887 - 473 pages
...mistress, 1 shall support it faithfully — being honest — • To my best strength. Sus. Believe't shall be no other. I know you were commended to my husband By a noble knight. Win. O, gods ! O, mine eyes ! Sus. How now ! what ail'st thou, lad ? Win. Something hit mine eye,— it...
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Thomas Dekker

Thomas Dekker - Fortune - 1904 - 473 pages
...mistress, 1 shall support it faithfully — being honest — To my best strength. Sus. Believe't shall be no other. I know you were commended to my husband By a noble knight. Win. O, gods ! O, mine eyes ! Sus. How now ! what ail'st thou, lad ? Win. Something hit mine eye,— it...
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