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" Garlick stinks to this : if it prove that you have not more than e'er Garlick had, say I am a boaster of my own works ; disgrace me on the open stage, and bob me off with ne'er a penny. "
The Shakespeare society's papers - PÓgina 22
1844
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Walter Scott - 1810 - 614 pÓgines
...taste of garlick. Had. Garlick stinks to this; if it prove that you have not more whores to see this than e'er garlick had, say I am a boaster of my own works ; disgrace me on the open stage, and bob ine off •with ne'er a penny. Play. O lord, sir, far be it from us to debar any worthy writer of his...
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Walter Scott - 1810
...stinks to this ; if it prove that you have not more whores to see this than e'er garlick had, say I am n boaster of my own works; disgrace me on the open stage, and bob me off with ne'er a penny. Piny. O lord, sir, far be it from us to debar any worthy writer of his merit: but I prny you, sir,...
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Old English plays [ed. by C. W. Dilke].

English plays - 1815
...Meg of Westminster ;" and afterwards says, " If it prove that you have not more whores to see this than e'er ' Garlick' had, say I am a boaster of my...the open stage, and bob me off with ne'er a penny." The player afterwards begins to peruse the jig, and exclaims, " Methiuks the end of this stave is a...
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The Thracian wonder

Charles Wentworth Dilke - 1816
..." Meg of Westminster;" and afterwards says, " If it prove that you have not more whores to see this than e'er ' Garlick' had, say I am a boaster of my...the open stage, and bob me off with ne'er a penny.'' The player afterwards begins to peruse the jig; and exclaims, " Mrthinks the end of this stave is a...
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The Shakespeare Society's Papers, Ediciˇ 36

1844
...comedy so called, originally published the year after the appearance of Parrott's " La quei Ridiculosi^ aud inserted in vol. vii. of the last edition of "...the Works of John Taylor, the water-poet, printed in 1680, where he says : — " And for his action he eclipseth quite The Jig of Garlick or the Punk's...
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Publications, Volum 24

1844
...small matter ! You'll find it worth Meg of Westminster, although it be but a bare jig. " Player. O. lord ! sir, I wish it had but half the taste of Garlick....eclipseth quite The Jig of Garlick or the Punk's delight ;" which may establish that the jig had a second title, which in fact is distantly alluded to by Haddit....
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Publications

1844
...small matter ! You'll find it worth Meg of AV'estminster, although it be but a bare jig. " Player. O. lord ! sir, I wish it had but half the taste of Garlick....illustration be wanted, it may be found in a couplet of the AVorks of John Taylor, the water-poet, printed in 1630, where he says : — " And for his action he...
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A glossary: or, Collection of words, phrases, names, and allusions ..., Volum 1

Robert Nares - 1859
...Ileiiiilil. Garlick stinks to this : if it prove that you have not more than e'er garlicic had, say I ftiu a boaster of my own works ; disgrace me on the open stage, and bob me off with ne'er a penny. Пе Hog h,,ll, hit Au Pearl. And for his action he eclipscth quite The jig of garlick or the punk's...
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A GLOSSARY

ROBERT NARES, A.M., F.R.S., F.A.S., - 1859
...by means of wisdom hie Let him he bob'd that bobs will have ; Hath sav'd his charge?—It is even J. Disgrace me on the open stage, and bob me off with ne'er a penny. Под hath lost his Pearl, 0. PL, vi,386. Pembr. Arcad., lib. ii, p. 203. We should now say, in familiar...
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Dictionary of English Etymology, Volum 2

Hensleigh Wedgwood (M.A.) - 1862
...were used in the same sense. And do you pop me off with this slight answer ? Noble Gentleman. I. 1. Disgrace me on the open stage, and bob me off with ne'er a penny ? O. Plays in Nares. The fundamental sense is a smart, rapid movement. N. fubba, to move to and fro....
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