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" Cap. Go thy ways, thou art the king of courtesy ! Fall off again, my sweet youths. Come, And every man trace to his house again, And hang his pewter up ; then to the tavern, And bring your wives in muffs. "
The Works of Beaumont and Fletcher (Volume 1) ~ Paperbound - Page 303
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The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Volume 1

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1904
...mayst thou live, brave prince, brave prince, brave prince ! \Exeunt PHIL, and PHAR. Cap. Go thy ways, thou art the king of courtesy ! Fall off again, my...youths. Come, And every man trace to his house again, 140 And hang his pewter up ; then to the tavern, And bring your wives in muffs. We will have music...
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The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher: The maids tragedy ...

Francis Beaumont - 1905
...brave Prince, brave Prince, brave Prince. [Exeunt Phi. and Pha. Cap. Thou art the King of Courtesie : Fall off again my sweet youths, come and every man...pewter up, then to The Tavern and bring your wives in Muffes : we will have Musick and the red grape shall make us dance, and rise Boys. [Exeunt. Enter King,...
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The Works of Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, Volume 1

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1905
...again, and hang his pewter up, then to The Tavern and bring your wives in Muffes : we will have Musick and the red grape shall make us dance, and rise Boys. [Exeunt. Enter King, Are. Gal. Meg. Cle. Dion, Thra. Bellario, and Attendants. King. Is it appeas'd ? Di. Sir,...
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The Maid's Tragedy, and Philaster

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1906 - 346 pages
...Good . . . love. Verse-division of Edd. "78, W, D, B ; Qq, F, as prose. 138 Go thy lvayes. Q4-F omit. [SCENE V. An Apartment in the Palace..] Enter King, Arethusa, Galatea, Megra, Cleremnt, Dion, Thrasiline, Bellario, and Astendance. King. Is it appeas'd ? Dion. Sir, all is quiet...
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Elizabethan Drama ...: The shoemaker's holiday

1910
...mayst thou live, brave prince, brave prince, brave prince ! Exeunt PHIL, and PHAR. CAP. Go thy ways, thou art the king of courtesy ! Fall off again, my...shall make us dance and rise, boys. Exeunt. [SCENE V1] Enter KING, ARETHUSA, GALATEA, MEGRA, DION, CLEREMONT, THRASILINE, BELLARIO, and Attendants KING....
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Elizabethan Drama ...: With Introductions, Notes and Illustrations, Volume 47

1910
...mayst thou live, brave prince, brave prince, brave prince ! Exeunt PHIL, and PHAK. CAP. Go thy ways, thou art the king of courtesy ! Fall off again, my...shall make us dance and rise, boys. Exeunt. [SCENE V1J Enter KING, ARETHUSA, GALATEA, MEGRA, DION, CLEREMONT, THRASILINE, BELLARIO, and Attendants KING....
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Elizabethan Drama: In Two Volumes

1910 - 899 pages
...mayst thou live, brave prince, brave prince, brave prince! Exeunt PHIL, and PHAR. Cap. Go thy ways, thou art the king of courtesy! Fall off again, my...grape shall make us dance and rise, boys. Exeunt. 3i Band. Train. [SCENE V. An apartment in the palace] Enter KING, ARETHUSA, GALATEA, MEGRA, DION,...
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Elizabethan Drama ...: With Introductions, Notes and Illustrations, Volume 47

1910
...brave prince, brave prince! Exeunt PHIL, and PHAR. CAP. Go thy ways, thou art the king of courtesy 1 Fall off again, my sweet youths. Come, And every man...shall make us dance and rise, boys. Exeunt. [SCENE V1] Enter KING, ARETHUSA, GALATEA, MEGRA, DION, CLER& MONT, THRASILINE, BELLARIO, and Attendants KING....
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists, Excluding Shakespeare

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 878 pages
...and PHAK. Cap. Go thy ways, thou art the king of courtesy ! Fall off again, my sweet youths. Come, iw ns dance and rise, boys. Extant. [SCENE V.] 10 Enter KINO, AKETHUSA, GALATEA. MEORA,' DION, CLEREMONT,...
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The Chief Elizabethan Dramatists: Excluding Shakespeare, Selected Plays by ...

William Allan Neilson - 1911 - 878 pages
...every man trace to his house again, And hang his pewter up ; then to the tavern. And bring your wives m muffs. We will have music ; And the red grape shall make us dance and rise, boys. Exeunt. [Scums V.] Enter KINO, '1| GALATEA. MEORA, DION, CbEfiuMUVr, '1 kKAMLiNE, BELLARIO,...
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