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He shall take the tyth of your corne and wine, and give it to the men of his chamber, and to his other servants.
It is no ambitious design of gaining a name in print (a thing as rare for a Woman to endeavour, as obtain) that put me on this bold undertaking; but the meer pity I have entertain'd for such Ladies, Gentlewomen, and others, as have not received the benefits of the tyth of the ensuing accomplishments.
Aug. 30th, Cromsall corne-tyth obteyned by consent, but afterwards dowted and half denyed; then utterly denyed.
George Birch sute was stayd at Chester uppon his promise to compownd with me for all tyth, haye, and other matter.
Good, good, now have I a parfon% nofe, and fmell tyth coming in then.
And give the law out ther I in my fathers lif to take prerogative and tyth of knees from elder kinsmen and him bynd by my place to give the smooth and dexte way to me that owe it him by nature, sure thes things not phisickt by respecte might turne or bloud to much Coruption. but moore. the more thou hast ether of honor office wealth and calling wch might accite thee to embrace and hugg them the more doe thou in serpents natures thinke them feare ther gay skinns wth thought of ther sharpe state
He shall take the tyth of your flocks; and you shall be his servants. "
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