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FRAGMENT (FROM THE ELIZABETHANS), by                    
First Line: Paracelsus (entering hurriedly)
Last Line: [exit, pursued by a cow.]
Subject(s): Oxford University


PARACELSUS (entering hurriedly):
I am become a frightful bloody murtherer:
Meeting my grandam in the buttery hatch,
I hackt, forsooth, and hewed her jauntilie,
And cast her reaking fragments on the air.
[Exit, pursued by a Cow.]





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