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1) Of Fairs and Markets. Chapter IV. [1577, Book II., Chapter 2; 1587, Book II., Chapter 18.]. 1909-14. A Description of Elizabethan England. The Harvard Classics
...either that it will be dearer, or that he shall have some privy vein by bodgers, who do accustomably so deal that the sea doth load away no small part thereof into...

2) Paras. 5-7. 1909-14. The Life of Sir Thomas More. The Harvard Classics
...said, which whensoever she came to him, ere he fell in talk of any worldly matters, he used accustomably to say with her) among other communication he said unto her,...

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