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Where's Potpan, that he helpes notWhere's Potpan, that he helps notRJ I.v.1
to take away? He shift a Trencher? he scrape a Trencher?to take away? He shift a trencher? He scrape a trencher!RJ I.v.2
Away with the Ioynstooles, remoueAway with the joint-stools; removeRJ I.v.6
the Court-cubbord, looke to the Plate: good thou, sauethe court-cupboard; look to the plate. Good thou, saveRJ I.v.7
mee a piece of Marchpane, and as thou louest me, let theme a piece of marchpane; and, as thou loves me, let theRJ I.v.8
Porter let in Susan Grindstone, and Nell, porter let in Susan Grindstone and Nell.RJ I.v.9
Anthonie and Potpan.Anthony, and Potpan!RJ I.v.10
You are lookt for, and cal'd for,You are looked for and called for,RJ I.v.12
askt for, & sought for, in the great Chamber.asked for and sought for, in the Great Chamber.RJ I.v.13
I know not sir.I know not, sir.RJ I.v.43.2
You shall haue none ill sir, for Ile trie ifYou shall have none ill, sir. For I'll try ifRJ IV.ii.3
they can licke their fingers.they can lick their fingers.RJ IV.ii.4
Marrie sir, 'tis an ill Cooke that cannot lickeMarry, sir, 'tis an ill cook that cannot lickRJ IV.ii.6
his owne fingers: therefore he that cannot licke his fingershis own fingers. Therefore he that cannot lick his fingersRJ IV.ii.7
goes not with me.goes not with me.RJ IV.ii.8
Things for the Cooke sir, but I know not what.Things for the cook, sir; but I know not what.RJ IV.iv.15

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