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" To be display'd at madam Augusta's, make The sons of Sword and Hazard fall before The golden calf, and on their knees, whole nights Commit idolatry with wine and trumpets: Or go a feasting after drum and ensign. "
The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory, and a ... - Page 43
by Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
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The Alchemist: A Comedy, First Acted in the Year 1610. by the King's Majesty ...

Ben Jonson - 1739 - 107 lehte
...Entrails, for a rude-fpun Cloke, To be difplaid at Madam Auguftd's, make The Sons of Sword, and Hazzard fall before The Golden Calf, and on their Knees, whole Nights, Commit. Idolatry with Wine, and Trumpet! : Or go a feafting, after Drum and Enfign. No more of this. You Ihall ftart up young Vietroist...
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The Works of Ben. Jonson

Ben Jonson - 1756
...entrails, for a rude-fpun cloke, To be difplaid at madam AuguftaV, make The fons of Sword and Hazzard fall before The golden calf, and on their knees, whole...Commit idolatry with wine, and trumpets : Or go a feafting, after drum and enfign. No more of this. You fhall ftart up young Viceroys, And have your...
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets: Who Lived about the Time of Shakespeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1808 - 484 lehte
...Shall thirst of sattin, or the covetous hunger Of velvet entrails for a rude-spun cloke To be display'd at Madam Augusta's, make The sons of Sword and Hazard...this. You shall start up young Viceroys, And have your puncjues and punquetees, my Surly ; And unto thee I speak it first, Be rich. Where is my Subtle there...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher ..., 1. köide

Ben Jonson - 1811
...entrails, for a rude-spun cloke, To be displaid at madam Augusta's ', make The sons of Sword and Hazzard fall before The golden calf, and on their knees, whole...this. You shall start up young Viceroys, And have your punques, and punquetees, my Surly. And unto thee, I speak it first, Be rich. Where is my Subtle, there...
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The modern British drama, 3. köide

British drama - 1811
...thirst of satin, or the covetous hunger Of velvet-entrails, for a rude-spun cloak, To be display'd at Madam Augusta's, make The sons of sword and hazard...nights, Commit idolatry with wine and trumpets, Or go »-feasting after drum and ensign.— No more of this. You shall start up yourjj viceroys, And have...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, 3. köide

1811
...thiri-t of satin, or the covetous hunger • 6f velvet-entrails, for a rude-spun cloak, To be display'd at Madam Augusta's, make The sons of sword and hazard...nights, Commit idolatry with wine and trumpets, Or go a-feasting after drum and ensign. — No more of this. You shall start up young viceroys, And have...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, 3. köide

1811
...thirst of satin, or the covetous hunger Of velvet-entrails, for a rude-spun cloak, To be display'd at Madam Augusta's, make The sons of sword and hazard fall before The golden calf, and on their knew, whole nights, Commit idolatry with wine and trumpets, Or go a-feasting after drum and ensign....
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Specimens of English Dramatic Poets, who Lived about the Time of Shakspeare ...

Charles Lamb - 1813 - 484 lehte
...Shall thirst of sattin, or the covetous hunger Of velvet entrails for a rude-spun cloke To be display'd at Madam Augusta's, make The sons of Sword and Hazard...this. You shall start up young Viceroys, And have your punques and punquetees, my Surly ; And And unto thee I speak it first, Be rich. Where is my Subtle...
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Blackwood's Magazine, 45. köide

1839
...thirst of satin, or the covetous hunger Of velvet entrails fur a rude-spun cloke, To be display 'd at madam Augusta's, make The sons of Sword and Hazard...have your punks, and punketees, my Surly. And unto thee I speak it first, Be RICH. 'Where is my Subtle, there ? Within, ho I Face. ( HVMm.) Sir, he'll...
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Lectures on the English Comic Writers: Delivered at the Surry Institution

William Hazlitt - 1819 - 343 lehte
...you shall be Spectatissimi. You shall no more deal with the hollow dye, Or the frail card. ******** You shall start up young viceroys, And have your punks and punketees, my Surly, And unto thee, I speak it first, BE RICH. Where is my Subtle, there? Within, ho ! Face, [within] Sir, he'll...
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