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" Sir, it is her will, Which we, that are her servants, ought to serve, And not dispute. Howe'er, you are nobly welcome; And, if you please to stay, that you may think so, There came, not six days since, from Hull, a pipe Of rich Canary, which shall spend... "
The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ... - Page 18
by Mrs. Inchbald - 1808
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A Select Collection of Old Plays, Volume 11

Robert Dodsley - English drama - 1744
...fo, There came not fix days fmce from Hull, a pipe Of rich Canary ; which fnall fpend itfelf JF'or my lady's honour. Greedy. Is it of the right race...o'er ! Fur. I'll make it run, and run. Save your good worfhip ! Greedy. Honeft mr. Cook, thy hand i again ! How I love thee ! Are the good dirties ftill...
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The Dramatick Works of Philip Massinger...

Philip Massinger - 1779
...think fo; There came not fix Days (ince from Hull, a Pipe Of rich Canary, which fhall fpend itfelf For my Lady's Honour. Greedy. Is it of the right Race ? Order. Yes, Mafter Greedy. Amble. How his Mouth rnns o'er! [Woffhip. Furnace. I'll make it run, and run. Save your...
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Tempest. Two gentlemen of Verona

William Shakespeare - 1788
...qualities. In this sense we still say — The race of wine; thus in Massinger's New Way to pay old Detts : " There came, not six days since, from Hull, a pipe " Of rich Canary. " Is it of the right race ?" And Sir W. Temple has somewhere applied it to works of literature. STEEVENS....
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The British drama

British drama - 1804
...it is lier will ; Which we, that are her servants, ought to serve, And not dispute. However, you are nobly welcome : And, if you please to stay, that you...race? Order. Yes, Mr Greedy. Amble. How his mouth runs over ! Furn. I'll make it run and run. Save your good worship ! Greedy. Honest Mr Cook, thy hand ;...
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The British Drama: pt. 1-2. Comedies

English drama - 1804
...it is her will; Which we, that are her servants, ought to serve, And not dispute. However, you are nobly welcome : And, if you please to stay, that you...race? Order. Yes, Mr Greedy. Amble. How his mouth runs over ! Furn. I'll make it run and run. Save your good worship ! Greedy. Honest Mr Cook, thy hand ;...
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Sharpe's British Theatre ...

English drama - 1805
...welcome; And if yon please to stay, that yon may think so , There came not six days tince from Hall, a pipe Of rich Canary, which shall spend itself For my lady's honoar. Oree. Is it of the right race i Ord. Yes, Master Greedy. Amh. How his month rnns o'er ! Fnr....
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The Plays of Philip Massinger ...

Philip Massinger - English drama - 1805
...it is her will, Which we, that are her servants, ought to serve, And not dispute : howe'er, you are nobly welcome; And if you please to stay, that you...my lady's honour. Greedy. Is it of the right race ? Ord. Yes, master Greedy. Amb. How his mouth runs o'er ! Furn. I'll make it run, and run. Save your...
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The Plays of William Shakespeare ...: With the Corrections and ..., Volume 2

William Shakespeare - 1805
...In this sense, we still say — The race of wine- Thus, in Massinger's New Way to pay old Debts : " There came, not six days since, from Hull, a pipe " Of rich canary. " Is it of the right race ?" and Sir W. Temple has somewhere applied it to works of literature. Steevens....
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The plays of William Shakspeare, with the corrections and illustr. of ...

William Shakespeare - 1805
...In this sense, we still say — The race of wine- Thus, in Massinger's New Way to pay old Debts : " There came, not six days since, from Hull, a pipe " Of rich canary. " Is it of the right race?" and Sir W. Temple has somewhere applied it to works of literature . Steevens...
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New Way to Pay Old Debts: A Comedy, Adapted to the Stage

Philip Massinger, John Philip Kemble - 1810 - 77 pages
...*t is her will ; Which we, that are her servants, ought to serve, And not dispute : Howe'er, you 're nobly welcome : And, if you please to stay, that you...Canary ; which shall spend itself For my lady's honour. Gree. Is it of the right race ? Ord. Yes, master Greedy. Ami). How his mouth runs o'er ! furn. I 'll...
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