English citations of withall

  1. Piercing no skin (the bodies fensive wall)
    And having leave, and free consent withall

1648, Robert Herrick - How the Wall-flower came first

  1. Who a sprightly Springall lov'd,
    And to have it fully prov'd,
    Up she got upon a wall,
    Tempting down to slide withall:

1857, Narcissus Luttrell - A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs, from September 1678 to April 1714 page 103

  1. and withall to give the thanks of the common hall to their late representatives in parliament...