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481. lappuse - Man is his own star; and the soul that can Render an honest and a perfect man, Commands all light, all influence, all fate; Nothing to him falls early or too late. Our acts our angels are, or good or ill, Our fatal shadows that walk by us still.
79. lappuse - When it was grown to dark midnight, And all were fast asleep, In came Margaret's grimly ghost, And stood at William's feet.
76. lappuse - I cannot tell, unless it were For her own ease ; for, sure, sometimes an oath, Being sworn thereafter, is like cordial broth ; And this it was she swore, never to marry But such a one whose mighty arm could carry (As meaning me, for I am such a one) Her bodily away, through stick and stone, Till both of us arrive, at her request, Some ten miles off, in the wild Waltham-forest.
75. lappuse - Farewell, good wife; I expect it not: all I have to do in this world, is to be merry; which I shall, if the ground be not taken from me ; and if it be, [Sings. When earth and seas from me are reft, The skies aloft for me are left.
85. lappuse - Look, George, the little boy's come again : methinks he looks something like the Prince of Orange in his long stocking, if he had a little harness about his neck. George, I will have him dance fading. Fading is a fine jig, I'll assure you, gentlemen. Begin, brother. [Boy dances.] Now 'a capers, sweetheart! Now a turn o' the toe, and then tumble ! cannot you tumble, youth ? Boy.
46. lappuse - I have seen these Britons, that you magnify, Run as they would have out-run time, and roaring, Basely for mercy roaring ; the light shadows, That in a thought scur o'er the fields of corn, Halted on crutches to 'em.
79. lappuse - Am to this castle well by fortune brought; Where, hearing of the goodly entertain Your knight of holy order of the Bell Gives to all damsels and all errant knights, « I thought to knock, and now am bold to enter.
82. lappuse - Hath tried his prowess, and come off with shame ; And where I would not have you lose your life Against no man, but furious fiend of hell. Ralph. Speak on, sir knight ; tell what he is and where : For here I vow, upon my blazing badge, Never to blaze...
89. lappuse - ... play, Do kiss sometimes upon the grass, and sometimes in the hay. Now butter with a leaf of sage is good to purge the blood; Fly Venus and phlebotomy, for they are neither good. Now little fish on tender stone begin to cast their bellies...