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" You come on just appointment. Welcome, gentlemen ! Have you won Rhetias, Corax ? Cor. Most sincerely. Cue. Save ye, nobilities ! Do your lordships take notice of my page ? Tis a fashion of the newest edition, spick and span-new, without example. Do your... "
The Dramatic Works of John Ford,: In Two Volumes - Page 18
by John Ford - 1827 - 616 pages
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The Plays of William Shakespeare in Ten Volumes: With Corrections ..., Volume 2

William Shakespeare - 1778
...Fiddling on a cittern with a man's broken head at it." Again, in Ford's Lover's Melancholy, 1629 : *' I hope the chronicles will rear me one day for a head-piece — ** " Of woodcock without brains in it ; barbers ihall wear thee on their cltto us, &c. STEEVENS....
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Love's labour's lost. Midsummer night's dream

William Shakespeare - 1788
..." Fiddling on a cittern with a man's broken head at it." Again, in Ford's Lover's Melancholy, 1629: "I hope the chronicles will rear me one day for a head-piece" — " Of woodcock without bruins in it ; barbers shall wear thee on their citterns," Sec, STEEVENS....
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The Plays of William Shakspeare: In Fifteen Volumes. With the ..., Volume 5

William Shakespeare - 1793
...Fiddling on a cittern with a man's broken t ,..-/ at it." Again, in Ford's Lover's Melancholy, 1629 : " I hope the chronicles will rear me one day for a head-piece — " " Of woodcock without brains in it; barbers (hall wear thce on their citterns," &c. STEEVENS....
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The plays of William Shakspeare, with the corrections and illustr ..., Volume 4

William Shakespeare - 1805
...Ford's Liner's Melancholy, 1629: " I hope the chronicles1will rear me one day for a head-piece —'* "Of woodcock without brains in it; barbers shall wear thee on their citterns, &c. Steevens. and Juliet : 3 ona flask.] ie a soldier's powder-horn. So, in Romeo " ' like...
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The Plays of William Shakespeare: With the Corrections and ..., Volume 4

William Shakespeare - 1806
...Fiddling on a cittern with a man's broken head at it." Again, in Ford's Lover's Melancholy, 1 629 : " I hope the chronicles will rear me one day for a head-piece — " " Of woodcock without brains in it ; barbers shall wear thee on their citterns, &c. Steepens....
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Dramatic Works, Volume 1

John Ford - English drama - 1811
...span-new, without example. Do your honour, housewife! Gril. There's a courtesy for you, and a courtesy for you. Soph. 'Tis excellent. We must all follow...day for a headpiece Rhe. Of woodcock without brains in1 ; barbers shall wear thee on their citterns1, and hucksters set thee on their gingerbread. Cue....
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The Plays and Poems of William Shakspeare: With the Corrections ..., Volume 4

William Shakespeare - 1821
...Fiddling on a cittern with a man's broken head at it." Again, in Ford's Lover's Melancholy, 1629 : " I hope the chronicles will rear me one day for a head-piece — " " Of woodcock without brains in it ; barbers shall wear thee on their citterns," &c. STEEVENS....
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Gaston, Or The Heir of Foiz, and Other Poems

Charles Swan - 1823
...the numberless allusions to them, in old plays. So in Ford's Lovers Melancholy, A. 2. S. 1. Cuculus. "I think so; I hope the chronicles will rear me one "day for a head-piece Rhetias. " Of woodcock without braius in." And in the Loyal Subject of Beaumont and Fletcher. A. 4....
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827
...cure love with love. [Exeunt. ACT II. SCENE I. An Apartment in the Palace. Enter SOPHRONOS and ARETUS. Soph. Our commonwealth is sick: 'tis more than time...Of woodcock, &c.] A cant term for a simpleton. See Jonson, vol. ii. p. 127. Cue. Devil take thee ! I say nothing to thee now ; canst let me be quiet ?...
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Dramatic Works of John Ford ...

John Ford - Dramatists, English - 1827
...his distemper, which we'll now find out. Enter CORAX, RHETIAS, PELIAS, CUCULUS, and •• GRILL A. You come on just appointment. Welcome, gentlemen !...without brains in it!' Barbers shall wear thee on their citterns, 4 and hucksters set thee out in gingerbread. 3 Of woodcock, &c.] A cant term for a simpleton....
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