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" Now, who doeth so much vacare a rebus, who rests so much ? Who hath so little to do as the beggar ? Who can sing so merry a note as he that cannot change a groat? Cui nil est, nil deest : he that hath nothing, wants nothing. "
Sprüchwörterbuch in sechs Sprachen, Deutsch, Englisch, Latein, Italienisch ... - Seite 142
von Georg von Gaal - 1830 - 324 Seiten
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A Compleat Collection of English Proverbs: Also the Most Celebrated Proverbs ...

1768 - 150 Seiten
...and are as famous in our days for mercenary foldiers, as were the Cariani of old. "Who doth fmg fo merry a note, as he that cannot change a groat ? Cantabit 'vacuus coram latrone "viator. The brother had rather fee thejifter rich than make her fo. ' As goody?/ ftill as rife up and fall....
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A compleat collection of English proverbs. To which is added, A collection ...

John Ray - 1818
...their wan, and are a« famous in our days for mercenary soldiers, as were the Carians of old. Who doth sing so merry a note, as he that cannot change a groat ? C'antahit vacuvs coram latrone viator» The brother had rather see the sister rich than make her...
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The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1828
...doeth so much vacare a rebus, who rests so much ? Who hath so little to do as the beggar ? Who can sing so merry a note as he that cannot change a groat ? Cui nil est, nil deest : he that hath nothing, wants nothing. On the other side it is said of the...
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The Works of Beaumont & Fletcher: The Text Formed from a New ..., Band 2

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1843 - 11 Seiten
...our parses be empty, hey ho. Let them take care That list to spare, For I will not doe soe : Who can sing so merry a note As he that cannot change a groat ? Hey hoe, trolly, lolly loe, trolly lolly lo." as old as I am, that any man will follow a trade, or...
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A Select Collection of Old English Plays, Band 8

Robert Dodsley - 1874
...who doth so much vacare d, rebus, who rests so much, who hath so little to do as the beggar ? who can sing so merry a note, as he that cannot change a groat 1 - Cui nil est, nil deest; he that hath nothing wants nothing. On the other side, it is said of the...
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A Hand-book of Proverbs: Comprising an Entire Republication of Ray's ...

Henry George Bohn - 1899 - 583 Seiten
...their wars, and are as famous in our days for mercenary soldiers as were the Carians of old. Who doth sing so merry a note as he that cannot change a groat ? Canlatit vacmu cordm latrone viator. The brother had rather see the sister rich than make her so....
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The Beggars of England in Prose and Poetry: From the Earliest Times ..., Teil 1

Albert Tschopp - 1903 - 90 Seiten
...who doth so much ,vacare a rebus', who rests so much, who hath so little to do as a beggar? Who can sing so merry a note, as he that cannot change a groat? He that hath nothing wants nothing«. In the same play Christmas says to Will Summer (P. 83. line 21.)...
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The Knight of Our Burning Pestle

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1908 - 309 Seiten
...our purses be empty, hey ho. Let them take care That list to spare, For I wiD not doe soe; Who can sing so merry a note As he that cannot change a groat? Hey hoe, trolly, DoDy Doe, trolly lolly lo.'" Dyce. The lines occur, with slight variations, at a much...
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Yale Studies in English, Band 33

1908
...our purses be empty, hey ho. Let them take care That list to spare, For I will not doe soe; Who can sing so merry a note As he that cannot change a groat? Hey hoe, trolly, Dolly Doe, trolly lolly lo." ' Dyce. The lines occur, with slight variations, at a...
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The Knight of the Burning Pestle and A King and No King

Francis Beaumont - 1910 - 361 Seiten
...purses be empty, hey ho, hey ho ; Let them take care That list to spare, For I will not doe so : Who can sing so merry a note As he that cannot change a groat ? Hey hoe, trolly lolly lo, tro lolly lo." 15. " Ho, ho, no body at home." (1v, v, 42.) This catch...
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