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" Tarleton play the clowne, and use no other breeches than such sloppes or slivings as now many gentlemen weare ; they are almost capable of a bushel of wheate, and if they bee of sackecloth they would serve to carriemawlt to the mill. This absurde, clownish,... "
The Privy Purse Expences of King Henry the Eighth: From November MDXXIX, to ... - Page 351
by Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1827 - 372 pages
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Satires by Joseph Hall, with the illustrations of T. Warton, and additional ...

Joseph Hall (bp. of Norwich.) - 1824
...Pithias: and in the following passage of Wright's Passions of the Miode, 1601 : "Sometimes I have scene Tarleton play the clowne, and use no other breeches...such sloppes or slivings as now many gentlemen weare ; they are almost capable of a bushel of wheate, and if they bee of sackecloth they would serve to...
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Satires

Joseph Hall - Satire - 1824 - 182 pages
...the following passage of Wright's Passions of the Mimic, 1601 : "Sometimes I have scene Tarleton pluy the clowne, and use no other breeches than such sloppes or slivings as now many gentlemen weare ; they are almost capable of a bashel of wheate, and if they bee of sackecloth they wonld serve to...
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The Works of Joseph Hall: Miscellaneous works; Poetical works: Appendix ...

Joseph Hall - Bishops - 1839
...Pythias; and in the following passage of Wright's Passions of the Minde, 1601 : "Sometimes I have seene Tarleton play the clowne, and use no other breeches than such sloppes or slivinns as now many gentlemen weare ; they are almost capable of a bushel of wheate, and if they bee...
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Ancient Poetical Tracts of the Sixteenth Century

Edward Francis Rimbault - English poetry - 1842 - 82 pages
...ridiculed in the following passage of Wright's Passions of the Minde, 1601: "Sometimes I have scene Tarleton play the clowne, and use no other breeches...than such sloppes or slivings as now many gentlemen wcare ; they are almost capable of a bushel of whcate, and if they be of sacke-eloth they would serve...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads and Popular Literature of the Middle ..., Volume 6

Percy Society - English literature - 1842
...passage of Wright's Passion* of the Minde, 1601: "Sometimes I have scene Tarleton play the clowue, and use no other breeches than such sloppes or slivings as now many gentlemen weare ; they are almost capable of a bushel of wheate, and if they be of sacke-cloth they would serve to...
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Early English Poetry: Ballads, and Popular Literature of the Middle Ages

Percy Society - English literature - 1842
...in the following passage of Wright's Passions of the Minde, 1601 : "Sometimes I have seene Tarlcton play the clowne, and use no other breeches than such sloppes or slivinys as now many gentlemcn weare ; they are almost capable of a bushel of wheate, and if they he...
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Costume in England: A History of Dress from the Earliest Period Till the ...

Frederick William Fairholt - Clothing and dress - 1846 - 618 pages
...in the following passage of Wright's Passions of the Minde, 1601 : " Sometimes I have seen Tarlton play the clowne, and use no other breeches than such sloppes or slivings as now many gentlemen weare ; they are almost capable of a bushel of wheate, and if they bee of sackcloth, they would serve to...
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The British Magazine, Volume 33

1848
...copying. l u from Wright's Passions of the Minde, 1601, in Ceng. Lit ix. 178. The author •!•:— "Sometimes I have seen Tarleton play the clowne; and use no other weecheg than snch sloppes and slivinga as now many gentlemen weare ; they are almost capable of a bnsbell...
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Works of the Camden Society, Volume 61

Great Britain - 1968
...of the Minde," 1601 (a passage quoted by Fairholt, p. 271 , but not in the edition of 1604), says, " Sometimes I have seen Tarleton play the clowne, and...such sloppes or slivings as now many gentlemen weare ; they are almost capable of a bushel of wheate." And again, in Rowland's " Letting of Humours blood...
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Camden Miscellany, Volumes 2-3

Great Britain - 1855
...of the Minde," 1601 (a passage quoted by Fairholt, p. 271 , but not in the edition of 1604), says, " Sometimes I have seen Tarleton play the clowne. and...such sloppes or slivings as now many gentlemen weare ; they are almost capable of a bushel of wheate." And again, in Rowland's " Letting of Humours blood...
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