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" I must put in for that, since out tried friendship Hath lasted from our infancy. Belg. I have served Under your command, and you have seen me fight, And handsomely, though I say it ; and if now, At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, I '11... "
Comments on the Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher: With an Appendix, Containing ... - Page 7
by John Monck Mason - 1798 - 467 pages
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A Select Collection of Old Plays, Volume 8

English drama - 1744
...I have ferv'd UĞider your command, and you have feen me fight> And handfomely , though I fay it ; and if now At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, I'll not pull down the fide. l(fal.fen. I reft much bound To your fo noble offers, •and I hope •Shall And your pardon,...
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A new way to pay old debts. The great duke of Florence. The unnatural combat ...

Philip Massinger - 1779
...Belg. I have ferv'd Under your Command, and you have feen me fight, And handfomely, though I fay it ; and if now At this downright Game, I may but hold your Cards, I'll not pull down the Side. Malef.fen. I reft much bound To your fo noble Offers, and I hope Shall find your Pardon, though I now...
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The guardian. A very woman: or, The prince of Tarent. The old law, by P ...

Philip Massinger - 1779
...UNNATURAL COMBAT. ACT II. SC ENE III. Belgarde to Makfort Senior. _ And banJjomely you have feen me fight. If now At this downright Game, I may but hold your Cards, I'll not full down. the Side. I'll not pull down the Side, feems to have been a proverbial or common Expreffion...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 63

English literature - 1787
...will fet up a fide." That is, will be partners. And in Maflinger's Unnatural Combat, Belgard fays : " and if now At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, I'll not pull down the fide." In the Maid's Tragedy, the fame expreflion occurs : " Dula, I'll hold your cards againtt any...
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Comments on the Plays of Beaumont and Fletcher, with an Appendix ..., Volume 2

John Monck Mason - 1798 - 67 pages
...pluck down aside; she does not use it. We should read, She will pluck down a side, &c. The allusion is to a party at cards, and Dula refuses to take Aspatia...Page 35. AMINTOR I have lost one desire; 'tis not his crowa Shall buy me to thy bed, now I resolve He has dishonoured thee. The desire that Amintor had lost,...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger: In Four Volumes

Philip Massinger - English drama - 1805
...Belg. I have served Under your command, and you have seen me fight, And handsomely, though I say it ; and if now,* At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, I'll not pull down the side. and if now, At this downright game, 1 may but hold your cards, Til not pull down the side.] ie I'll...
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The Plays of William Shakespeare ...: With the Corrections and ..., Volume 14

William Shakespeare - 1809
...up a side'' That is, will be partners. And in Massinger's Unnatural Combat. Belgard says : " — — And if now " At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, " I '11 not pull down the side." In The Maid's Tragedy, the same expression occurs : " Dula. I '11...
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The Plays of William Shakespeare: With the Corrections and ..., Volume 14

William Shakespeare - 1809
...op a side.'" That is, will be parmers. And in Massinger's Unnatural Ctmttl, Helgard says : " — — And if now " At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, " I '11 not pull down the side." In The Maid's Tragedy, the same expression occurs: " Duhs. I "11 hold...
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The Plays of Philip Massinger,: Advertisement to the second edition ...

Philip Massinger - 1813
...say it; and if now,* At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, I'll not pull down the side. and if now, At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, Til not pull down the side.] ie I'll not injure your cause: the same expression occurs in the Grand...
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Plays: Advertisement to the second edition. Introduction; Essay on the ...

Philip Massinger - 1813
...it ; and if now,* At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, I'll not pull down the side. s and if now, At this downright game, I may but hold your cards, Til not pull down the side.] ie I'll not injure your cause.the same expression occurs in the Grand...
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