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'Lay “by,’ and spent with crying ‘Bring in’— Got with swearing,” 1 HENRY IV., i. 2. 34. “Lay by ” (properly a nautical phrase, meaning “become stationary by slackening sail”) is supposed to be used here for the “Stand!” of highwaymen; “bring in” is, of course,“bring in more wine.”

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