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" Beleevet hee's some unthrift, sayes the poore man, That has lost his money and pawnd his cloathes. " How hapt he hath gat neere a coate to his backe ? This bowling I like not ; it hath him undone. Ise warrant that fellow in those gay cloathes, He hath... "
Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England - Página 308
editado por - 1866
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Old Ballads, from Early Printed Copies of the Utmost Rarity: Now for the ...

John Payne Collier - 1840 - 131 páginas
...undone. Ise warrant that fellow in those gay cloathes, he hath his coyne and his doublet won. But when he came before the King, the Nobleman did his curtesie : The poore man followed after him, If you be Sir King, then said the poore man, as I can hardly thinke you be ; Here is a gude fellow...
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Early English Poetry: Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages

Percy Society - 1840
...with his staffe and his dog, said the Lord, and with that he gave a nod with's head, and beck with's knee. If you be Sir King, then said the poore man, as I can very well thinke you be; For I was told ere I came from home, you're the goodliest man ere I saw beforne...
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The local historian's table book, of remarkable occurrences ..., Volume 2

1844
...undone. Ise warrant that fellow in those gay cloathes, he hath his coyne and his doublet won. But when he came before the King, the Nobleman did his curtesie:...nod with his head and a becke with his knee. If you he Sir King, then said the poore man. as I can hardly thinke you be ; Here is a gude fellow that brought...
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The Local Historian's Table Book, of Remarkable Occurences ..., Volume 2

1844
...with his staffe and his dog, said the Lord, and with that he gave a nod with's head, and beck with's knee. If you be Sir King, then said the poore man, as I can very well thinke you be ; For I was told ere I came from home, you're the goodliest man ere I saw beforne...
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The Massachusetts Quarterly Review, Volume 1

1848
...Ise warrant that fellow in those gay cloathes, He hath his coyne and his doublet won. " But when he came before the King, The Nobleman did his curtesie...that brought me hither, Is liker to be the King than ye. " I am the King, his Grace now sayd, Fellow, let me thy cause understand. If you be Sir King, Ime...
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The Pictorial Book of Ancient Ballad Poetry of Great Britain: Historical ...

Joseph S. Moore - 1853 - 871 páginas
...undone. Ise warrant that fellow in those gay cloathes, He hath his coyne and his doublet won. But when he came before the King, The Nobleman did his curtesie:...him, And gave a nod with his head and a becke with bis knee. If you be Sir King, then said the poore man, As I can hardly thinke you be, Here is a gude...
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Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Art

1863
...the head and a beck with the knee, he says : ' If you be the king, As I can hardly think ye be, Heere is a gude fellow that brought me hither, Is liker to be the king than ye.' CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL. ' I am the king,' his grace now naid ; ' Fellow, let me thy case understand.'...
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The Collected Works of ... P. ...

1864
...Ise warrant that fellow in those gay cloathes, He hath his coyne and his doublet won. " But when he came before the King, The- Nobleman did his curtesie...that brought me hither, Is liker to be the King than ye. " I am the King, his Grace now sayd, Fellow, let me thy cause understand. If you be Sir King, lme...
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Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England, Volume 4

1866
...with his staffe and his dog, said the Lord, and with that he gave a nod with's head, and beck with's knee. If you be Sir King, then said the poore man, as I can very well thinke you be ; For I was told ere I came from home, With so many jingle jangles about ones...
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Remains of the Early Popular Poetry of England, Volume 4

William Carew Hazlitt - 1866
...with his staffe and his dog, said the Lord, and with that he gave a nod with's head, and beck with's knee. If you be Sir King, then said the poore man, as I can very well thinke you be ; For I was told ere I came from home, you're the goodliest man ere I saw befornc...
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