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“ THE GOLDEN AGE" OF MERRY ENGLAND.
His life was gentle, and the elements
He was not of an age, but for all time.
IN 'THREE VOLUMES.
GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET. ZE
SHAKSPEARE AND HIS FRIENDS.
I cannot hold; good rascal, let me kiss thee :
A part to tear a cat in—to make all split.
Fabian. Nay, I'll come. If I lose a scruple of this sport let me be boiled to death with melancholy.-IBID.
We hope to make the circle of your eyes
Now must I transport the courteous reader, who hath followed me along hitherto with admirable patience, and I hope with some pleasure, into the shop of a noted barber chirurgeon, alluded to in the preceding pages, as living over against the jolly mercer's in Eastcheap. He was called Martin Lather, and sometimes Master Lather by those who would seem to hold him in some respect; and he had for an apprentice one Harry Daring-a