Good dame, I prythee give each of these men a bottrine of wine or a jack of ale.
Which is of greater value, prythee, say,The Bride or Bridegroom?
I prythee tarry for a short time, for I have a few words to say to thee.
"I prythee that you will pardon me," said the knight, clutching his way along the bulwark.
I prythee, Tom, beat Cuts saddle, put a few flocks in the point; the poor jade is wrung in the withers out of all cess.
I prythee take the rush-bottomed chair, and do you, Jack, order the wine.
My daughter dwelleth therein,—I prythee tell her I 'm an old man now.
prythee, what have the Horse Guards Blue to do with the laws of chemistry?
I prythee, let him in, there may be some cash rhymed out of him.
How often, prythee, have you been in these playhouses which you are so ready to decry?'