[8 By the mass! in the woods]
[10 in fetters]
[12 addle-pate may swill strong drink]
[13 Let us be off on the road.]
"BING OUT, BIEN MORTS" [Notes]
[From O per se O, by THOMAS DEKKER].
Bing out, bien Morts, and toure, and toure,
bing out, bien Morts, and toure;
For all your Duds are bingd awaste,
the bien coue hath the loure.
I met a Dell, I viewde her well,
she was benship to my watch; 
So she and I, did stall and cloy,
whateuer we could catch. 
This Doxie dell, can cut bien whids, 
and wap well for a win; 
And prig and cloy so benshiply, 
all the dewsea-vile within. 
The boyle was vp, wee had good lucke,
in frost, for and in snow;
When they did seeke, then we did creepe,
and plant in ruffe-mans low.
To Stawling Kenne the