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" But if a privy search should be made, with what furniture are you rigged now? Sirrah, I tell thee, I am thy master, William Touchstone, goldsmith, and thou my prentice, Francis Quicksilver; and I will see whither you are running. Work upon that now! Quick.... "
The Works of John Marston - Page 4
by John Marston - 1856
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - English drama - 1810
...goldsmith, and thou my 'prentice, Francis Quicksilver, and I will see whither you are running. Work upon that now. Quick, Why, sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with his master s profit. Touch. 'Prentices recreations are seldom with their master's profit. Work upon that...
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Walter Scott - English drama - 1810 - 614 pages
...my 'prentice, Trancis Quicksilver, and I will see whither you Ħire running. II 'ork upon that note. Quick. Why, sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with liis master's profit. Touch, '['renticcs recreations ПГР seldom with their master's profit. Work...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 10

1821
...'prentice, Francis Quicksilver, and I will see whither you are running. Work upon th;ii. now. Quirk. Why, sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with his master's profit. Touch. 'Prentices' recreations are seldom with their master's profit. Work upon that,...
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The Works of John Marston, Volume 3

John Marston - English drama - 1856
...enter GOLDING dincovering a Goldsmiths shoppe, and walking short turnes before it. Touch. $a$tf$i> ND whether with you now ? what loose action are you bound...at thy lawfull maister contrary to thy indentures I Quick. Zbloud, sir ! my mother's a gentlewoman, and my father a justice of peace and of Quorum ;...
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The Works of George Chapman ...

George Chapman - 1874
...London : Printed for William Asplcy. 1605." will see whither you are running. Work upon that now. Qu. Why, sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with his master's profit. To. Prentices' recreations are seldom with their masters' profit. Work upon that now....
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The Works of John Marston, Volume 3

John Marston - 1887
...prentice, Francis Quicksilver, and I will see whither you are running. Work upon that now. .' 14 Qu. Why, sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with his master's profit. To. Prentices' recreations are seldom with their master's profit. Work upon that now....
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Eastward Hoe

George Chapman, John Marston, Ben Jonson - Apprentices - 1903 - 408 pages
...thy maister, William Tutchstone, goldsmith ; and thou my premise, Francis Quick-silver, and I will 15 see whether you are running. Worke upon that now....sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with his maisters profit. Touch. Premises recreations are seldome with zo their maisters profit. Worke upon...
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Eastward Hoe

George Chapman, John Marston, Ben Jonson - Apprentices - 1903 - 408 pages
...prentise, Francis Quick-silver, and I will 15 see whether you are running. Worke upon that now. tjhiick. Why, sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with his maisters profit. Touch. Prentises recreations are seldome with 2o their maisters profit. Worke upon...
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Representative English Comedies: With Introductory Essays and ..., Volume 2

Charles Mills Gayley, Alwin Thaler - English drama (Comedy) - 1913
...my prentise, Francis Quick-silver, and I will see whether you are running. Worke upon that now. 12 Quick. Why, sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with his maisters profit. Touch. Premises recreations are seldome with their maisters profit. Worke upon that...
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Eastward Ho!: Chapman, Jonson and Marston

George Chapman, Ben Jonson, John Marston - Drama - 1999 - 238 pages
...thou my prentice, Francis Quicksilver; and I will see whither you are running. Work upon that now! I5 Quick. Why, sir, I hope a man may use his recreation with his master's prof1t. Touch. Prentices' recreations are seldom with their masters' prof1t. Work upon that...
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