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HUGH EVANS , PRIESTE , Dyed atte matchette , MAY - ANNO DOMI 14AGED 99
6 THERE'S PIPPINS AND CHEESE — TO COME . ” How simply , yet how
beantifully , does this epitaph shadow forth the fruitfulness of the future ! How
delicate ...

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Author: Douglas William Jerrold

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Pick me up

There's pippins and cheese to come , ” inspired the daintiest chapters of Jerrold's
“ Cakes and Ale . ... As for the pippins , if you light not here and there upon the
genuine ribstone , nor find your silver knife making music with the rosy rind of its ...

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The New York Mirror

"There's pippins to come !” The evil and misery gathered with the apple of death
will be destroyed–forgotten—by the ambrosial fruit to be plucked for ever in
immortal orchards! "THERE's PIPPINS AND CHEESE—To coME!” THE NEW-
yoRK ...

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The Works of William Shakspeare

... good . there's pippins and cheese to come . [ Ereunt . Fal . My honest lads , I
will tell you what I am about . SCENE III . - A Room in the Garter Inn . Enter
FalsTAFF , Host , BARDOLPH , NYM , PISTOL , and ROBIN . Fal . Mine host of
the Garter.

The Works of William Shakspeare

Author: William Shakespeare

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The Plays

... there's pippins and cheese to come. [Ereunt. SCENE III.-A Room in the Garter
Inn. Enter FALSTAFF, Host, BARDolph, NYM, Pistol, and Robin. FAL. Mine Host
of the Garter, Host. What says my bully-rook?" speak scholarly, and wisely. FAL.

The Plays

Author: William Shakespeare

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Journal

... of Windsor , Sir Hugh Evans says , “ I will make an end of my dinner - there's
pippins and cheese to come . ” Rhind says pippins were so called because they
were raised from pips or seeds ; another authority says , from pepin's seedlings .

Journal

Author: Columbus Horticultural Society, Columbus, O.

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Journal

... for though she's as like this as a crab is like an apple , and in the Merry Wives
of Windsor , Sir Hugh Evans says , “ I will make an end of my dinner - there's
pippins and cheese to come . ” Rhind says pippins were so called because they
were ...

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Author: Columbus Horticultural Society, Columbus, O.

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Comprising the constitution of the Society, list of members and officers, and proceedings of the meetings, together with papers and discussions.

Journal of the Columbus Horticultural Society

... of Windsor , Sir Hugh Evans says , “ I will make an end of my dinner — there's
pippins and cheese to come . ” Rhind says pippins were so called because they
were raised from pips or seeds ; another authority says , from pepin's seedlings .

Journal of the Columbus Horticultural Society

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The Works of William Shakespeare

Come , gentle master Slender , come ; minute's rest . we stay for you . Pist . ...
There is no remedy ; I must coney . ... I will make an end of rule of her husband's
purse ; he hath a legend my dinner ; there's pippins and cheese to come . of
angels .

The Works of William Shakespeare

Author: William Shakespeare

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Cakes and Ale

HUGH EVANS , PRIESTE , Dyed atte Datchette , MAY -- ANNO DOMI 14-AGED
66 79 " THERE'S PIPPINS AND CHEESE - TO COME . " How simply , yet how
beantifully , does this epitaph shadow forth the fruitfulness of the future !

Cakes and Ale

Author: Douglas Jerrold

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The Writings of Douglas Jerrold

AGED 6 THERE'S PIPPINS AND CHEESE - TO COME . " How simply , yet how
beautifully , does this epitaph shadow forth the fruitfulness of the future ! How
delicate , and yet how sufficing , its note of promise ! - THERE'S PIPPINS AND ...

The Writings of Douglas Jerrold

Author: Douglas Jerrold

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The Complete Concordance to Shakspere

1 there's pippins and cheese to come i . ... 5 lest he transform me to a piece of
cheese 7.5 Beath sis on thy cheek for ever ii . 3 good cheer , Antonio ! what man
? iv . 1 with a piece of toasted cheese V. 5 lef cheek is a cheek of two pile ( rep . )
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The Complete Concordance to Shakspere

Author: Mary Cowden Clarke

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The complete concordance to Shakspere

I and pele of cheer with sighs of love .. iii . 2 CHEESE -- you Banbury cheese ! ....
Merry Wires , i . I and your porridge than in your cheek that liked , that looked ,
with cheer .. v . 1 there's pippins and cheese to come fur , look thy cheeks confess
it ...

The complete concordance to Shakspere

Author: Mary Victoria Cowden Clarke

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