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Knihy Knihy 110 z 35 na dotaz Spread, table, spread, Meat, drink, and bread. Ever may I have What I ever crave.....
" Spread, table, spread, Meat, drink, and bread. Ever may I have What I ever crave. When I am spread, Meat for my black cock, And meat for my red. "
Journal of American Folklore - Strana 457
1920
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The Works of George Peele, Svazek 1

George Peele - 1829
...the veriest knave in all Spain. SAC. Delia, I am glad to see you so pleasant : Well, sit thee down : Spread, table, spread, meat, drink, and bread, Ever may I have, what I ever crave, When I am spread, for meat for my black cock, And meat for my red. Enter a FRIAR, with a chine of beef , and a pot of...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Svazek 103,Díl 1,Svazek 153

1833
...last line but one of the page, the word "for" being introduced twice by mistake. This should be, " When I am spread, meat for my black cock, And meat for my red." Not " for meat." Vol. II. p. 19, the text ran thus, " There will I live with my windy sighs, Night-ravens...
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The Works of George Peele, Svazek 3

George Peele - 1839
...Tale. " P. 223. ' When I am spread, for meat for my black cock, And meat for my red.' This should be ' When I am spread, meat for my black cock, And meat for my red.' " M. ibid. VOL. II. David and Bethsabe. " P. 76. ' O, help, my David, help thy Bethsabe, Whose heart...
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The dramatic and poetical works of Robert Greene & George Peele: with ...

Robert Greene, George Peele - 1861 - 624 str.
...veriest knave in all Spain. Sac. Delia, I am glad to see you во pleasant : Well, eit thee down. — Spread, table, spread, Meat, drink, and bread, Ever...spread, Meat for * my black cock, And meat for my red. Enter a Friar viih a chine of beef and a pet of vine. ere, Delia, will ye fall to ? JJel. Is this the...
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The Dramatic and Poetical Works of Robert Greene & George Peele

Robert Greene, George Peele, Alexander Dyce - 1861 - 624 str.
...Delia, I am glad to see you so pleasant : Well, sit thee down. — Spriad, table, spread, Meat, driuk, and bread, Ever may I have What I ever crave, When I am spread, Meat for * my black cook, And meat for my red. Delia, away 1 for beset are we. — But heaven or hell shall rescue her...
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The Dramatic and Poetical Works of Robert Greene & George Peele

Robert Greene - 1883 - 624 str.
...Sac, Delia, I am glad to see you so pleasant: Well, sit thee down.— Spread, table, spread, Heat, drink, and bread, Ever may I have What I ever crave....spread, Meat for * my black cock, And meat for my red. Enter a Friar wttA a. chine of bee/and a pot ofvint. ere, Delia, will ye fall to < Del. Is this the...
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The Works of George Peele, Svazek 1

George Peele - 1888 - 412 str.
...familiar to me from earliest childhood; they have all the charm of old-world nursery rhymes : — " Spread, table, spread, Meat, drink, and bread, Ever...spread, Meat for my black cock, And meat for my red." The Ghost of Jack ought to be an object of interest to folklorists. Karl Simrock1 in his essay Der...
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The Works of George Peele, Svazek 1

George Peele - 1888 - 412 str.
...knave in all Spain. Sac. Delia, I am glad to see you so pleasant: 381 Well, sit thee down.— Spread, 1 table, spread, Meat, drink, and bread, Ever may I have What I ever crave, When I am spread, Meat 2 for my black cock, And meat for my red. Enter a Friar with a chine of beef and a pot of wine. Here,...
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Lyrics from the Dramatists of the Elizabethan Age

Arthur Henry Bullen - 1889 - 243 str.
...our harvest-fruit ! And thus we pass the year so long, And never be we mute. SPREAD, TABLE, SPREAD. SPREAD, table, spread, Meat, drink, and bread, Ever...spread, Meat for my black cock, And meat for my red. CELANTA AT THE WELL OF LIFE. A Head comes up -with ears of corn, and she combs them in her lap. Voice....
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Lyrics from the Dramatists of the Elizabethan Age

Arthur Henry Bullen - 1889 - 243 str.
...our harvest-fruit! And thus we pass the year so long, And never be we mute. SPREAD, TABLE, SPREAD. "" SPREAD, table, spread, Meat, drink, and bread, Ever...spread, Meat for my black cock, And meat for my red. CELANTA AT THE WELL OF LIFE. A Head comes up with ears of corn, and she combs them in her lap. Voice....
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