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" Roger, thou know'st the length of my foot; as it is none of the biggest, so I thank God, it is handsome enough; prithee, let me have a pair of shoes made, cork, good Roger, wooden heel too. "
Poetaster - Page 160
by Ben Jonson - 1905 - 282 pages
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Thomas Dekker

Thomas Dekker - Economics - 1887 - 473 pages
...prithee, let me have a pair of shoes made, cork, good Roger, wooden heel too.1 Hodge. You shall. Marg. Art thou acquainted with never a farthingalemaker,...bum, ha, ha ! How shall I look in a hood, I wonder ! Perdy,2 oddly, I think. Hodge. As a cat out of a pillory :3 very well, I warrant you, mistress. Marg....
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Thomas Dekker; with an Introduction and Notes

Thomas Dekker - 1887 - 473 pages
...wooden heel too.1 Hodge. You shall. \ ^, Marg. Art thou acquainted with never a farthingale- *" maker, nor a French hood-maker ? I must enlarge my bum, ha, ha ! How shall I look in a hood, I wonder ! Perdy,2 oddly, I think. Hodge. As a cat out of a pillory : 3 very well, I warrant you, mistress....
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Thomas Dekker

Thomas Dekker - Fortune - 1904 - 473 pages
...prithee, let me have a pair of shoes made, cork, good Roger, wooden heel too.1 Hodge. You shall. Afarg. Art thou acquainted with never a farthingalemaker,...bum, ha, ha ! How shall I look in a hood, I wonder ! Perdy,2 oddly, I think. Hodge. As a cat out of a pillory : 3 very well, I warrant you, mistress....
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Elizabethan Drama: In Two Volumes

English drama - 1910 - 899 pages
...wooden heel too. HODGE. You shall. 1 London: a room in Eyre'a house. 'Ale-kegs, made of wood. MARG. Art thou acquainted with never a farthingale-maker,...bum, ha, ha ! How shall I look in a hood, I wonder ! Perdy, oddly, I think. HODGE. [Aside.] As a cat out of a pillory. — Very well, I warrant you, mistress....
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - English drama - 1911 - 878 pages
...prithee, let me have a pair of shoes made, cork, good Roger, ['» wooden heel too. Hodge. You shall. Marg. Art thou acquainted with never a farthingale-maker,...enlarge my bum, ha, ha ! How shall [« I look in a liuiicl. I wonder I Perdy, oddly I think. Hodge. [Aside.] As a cat out of a pillory. — Very well,...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - English drama - 1911 - 878 pages
...prithee, let me have a pair of shoes made, cork, good Koger, [« wooden heel too. Hodge. You shall. Mm n. h appointed him « Chief colonel of all those companies Must'reoTin London and iu a hood, I wonder 1 Perdy, oddly I think. Hodge. [Aside.] Asa cat out of a pillory. — Very well,...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists: Excluding Shakespeare, Selected Plays by ...

William Allan Neilson - English drama - 1911 - 878 pages
...wooden heel too. Hodge. You shall. Marg. Art thou acquainted with never a farthingale-maker, ñora French hood-maker? I must enlarge my bum, ha, ha ! How shall [« I look in a hood, I wonder 1 Perdy, oddly I think. Hodge. [Aride.] Asa cat out of a pillory. — Very well, I warrant you, mistress....
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Representative English Plays: From the Middle Ages to the End of the ...

John Strong Perry Tatlock, Robert Grant Martin - English drama - 1916 - 836 pages
...prithee, let me have a pair of shoes made, cork, good Roger, wooden heel too. Hodge. You shall. Marg. Art thou acquainted with never a farthingale-maker,...bum, ha, ha! How shall I look in a hood, I wonder! Perdy, oddly, I think. Hodge. (Aside.) As a cat out of a pillory. — Very well, I warrant you, mistress....
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Century Types of English Literature Chronologically Arranged

George William McClelland - English Literature (selections: Extracts, Etc.) - 1925 - 1144 pages
...prithee, let me have a pair of shoes made, cork, good Roger, wooden heel too. Hodge. You shall. Wife. will not endure. From MEASURE FOR MEASURE Take, O...forsworn; And those eyes, the break of day, Lights Perdy, oddly, I think. Hodge. (Aside) As a cat out of a pillory: (aloud) very well, I warrant you,...
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Century Types of English Literature: Chronologically Arranged

George William MacClelland, Albert Croll Baugh - English literature - 1925 - 1144 pages
...Hodge. You shall. Wije. Art thou acquainted with never a farthingale-maker, nor a French hoodmaker? 1 elps she find, Thinks what with them he would do, That without the Perdy, oddly, I think. Hodge. (Aside) As a cat out of a pillory: (aloud) very well, I warrant you,...
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