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Inhaltsangabe: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1886 edition. Excerpt: ...Trust mee, you are as welcome to Old-Ford As I my selfe. Wife. Truely, I thanke your Lordship. L. Maior. Would our bad cheere were worth the thanks you giue. 5 Eyre. Good cheere, my Lord Maior, fine cheere! A fine house, fine walles, all fine and neat. L. Maior. Now, by my troth, He tel thee, maister Eyre, It does me good and al my brethren, That such a madcap fellow as thy selfe 10 Is entred into our societie. 149. master Simon Eyr E; Sheriffes C, Sherifes DE.--152. master mistris ABCD; Sheriff.--153. honor C; ye CDE.--154. by to DE.--157. dapar E.--159. honor C; gentlemen gentle AB, gentleman C; Shoomakers C, Shoemakers DE. Scene V. IScene 11. Oldford. A room. Fr.--Stage-dir. Wife, Sibill in a French hood AB.--1. I om. CDE.--3. brethren used as a trisyllable; brethren too, Fr, Wife. I, but, my Lord, hee must learne nowe to putte on granitic Eyre. Peace, Maggy, a fig for grauitie! When I go to Guild Hal in my scarlet gowne, He look as 'demurely as a saint, and speake as grauely as a Iustice of peace; but now I 15 am here at Old-Foord, at my good Lord Maiors house, let it go by, vanish, Maggy, He be merrie; away with flip-flap, these fooleries, these gulleries. What, hunnie? Prince am I inone, yet am I princely borne. What sayes my Lord Maior? 20 L. Maior. Ha, ha, ha! I had rather then a thousand pound, I had an heart but halfe so light as yours. Eyre. Why, what should 1 do, my Lord? A pound of care paies not a dram of debt. Hum, lets be merry, whiles we are yong; old age, sacke and sugar will steale vpon vs, ere 25 we, be aware. £. Maior. Its wel done; mistris Eyre, pray, giue good counsell To my daughter. Wife. I hope, mistris Rose wil haue the grace to take nothing thats bad. 30 L. Maior. Pray God, she do; for ifaith, mistris...

Vom Verlag: Written and first performed in 1599, The Shoemaker’s Holiday was the most popular non-Shakespearean comedy of its day--a hearty comedy of character and overflowing good humor, occasionally ribald, about the gentle craft of shoemaking.

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