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" Dost thou take me for a fairy, to drink out of an acorn? Why didst thou not bring thy thimble? Hast thou ne'er a brass thimble clinking in thy pocket with a bit of nutmeg? I warrant thee. Come, fill, fill. So, again. "
Macmillan's Magazine - Page 483
1865
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Representative English Dramas from Dryden to Sheridan

Frederick Tupper - English drama - 1914 - 459 pages
...nutmeg?— I warrant thee. Come, fill, fill! — So — «gain — [One knocks.]— See who that is.— Set down the bottle first— here, here, under the...go with the bottle in thy hand, like a tapster? As I am a person, this wench has lived in an inn upon the road, before she came to me, like Maritornes...
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Representative English Dramas from Dryden to Sheridan

Frederick Tupper - English drama - 1914 - 459 pages
...ACT III, Sc. I. thee. Come, fill, fill 1 — So — again — [One knocks.]— See who that is.— Set down the bottle first— here, here, under the...go with the bottle in thy hand, like a tapster? As I am a person, this wench has lived in an inn upon the road, before she came to me, like Maritornes...
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Representative English Dramas from Dryden to Sheridan

Frederick Tupper - English drama - 1914 - 459 pages
...here, under the table.— Whit, wouldst thou go with the bottle in thy hind, like a tapster? As I am a person, this wench has lived in an inn upon the road, before she came to me, like Maritornes the Asturión in Don Quixote!— No Foible ret? Peg. No, madam; Mrs. Marwood. Wish....
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Representative English Plays: From the Middle Ages to the End of the ...

John Strong Perry Tatlock, Robert Grant Martin - English drama - 1916 - 836 pages
...nutmeg? — I warrant thee. Come, fill, fill! — So — again — See who that is. — (One knocks.) — ow wretched end, And the small justice shown by Heaven...and what a tyrant thou art, And what slaves these ; I am a person, this wench has lived in an inn upon the road, before she came to me, like Maritornes...
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Types of English Drama, 1660-1780

David Harrison Stevens - English drama - 1923 - 920 pages
...I warrant thee. Come, fill, fill!— So— again.— (Knocking at the door) — See who that is.— n and Company roe, like Maritornes2 the Asturian in Don Quixote'.— No Foible yet? 48 PEG. No, madam; Mrs. Marwood....
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The Way of the World

William Congreve - Drama - 1965 - 136 pages
...with a bit of nutmeg? I warrant thee. Come, fill, fill! So; again. (One knocks.) 30 See who that is. Set down the bottle first. Here, here, under the table....lived in an inn upon the road, before she came to me, like Maritornes the Asturian in Don Qitixote! No Foible yet? 35 PEG. No, madam, Mrs. Marwood. LADY...
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Acting Scenes from the Classics

Brainerd Duffield - Acting - 1974 - 140 pages
...warrant thee. Come, fill, fill! — So — again. — [Knocking at the door] — See who that is. — Set down the bottle first — here, here, under the...go with the bottle in thy hand, like a tapster? As I am a person, this wench has lived in an inn upon the road, before she came to me; — No Foible yet?...
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