The Actor's Budget of Wit and Merriment: Consisting of Monologues, Prologues, Epilogues, Tales, Comic Songs, Rare and Genuine Theatrical Anecdotes and Jests
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Ben Knucklebone , the butcher , observed , “ May I never go to market again , if I don't think we are all a parcel of calves , or else we shou'd petition the minister to knock down all forestalling before we are all cut up and laid out ...
... performed by Lords , Knights , Honourables , and Ladies , he , with all the delicacy of a gentleman , sat not only patiently , but expressed his approbation to the nobility and gentry who surrounded and attentively observed him .
Shakspeare " observed a young woman delivering a message to Burbadge in so cautious a manner , as excited his curiosity to listen to her . It imported that her master was gone out of town that morning , and that her mistress would be ...