'Sdeath

interj.1.An exclamation expressive of impatience or anger.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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'Sdeath! I would die willingly for the king, but supposing I happened to be killed on account of Mazarin, as your nephew came near being to-day, there could be nothing in Paradise, however well placed I might be there, that could console me for it."
I am not to be caught, to be plain with you, I've had them valued, they are worth 12,000 [pounds sterling], I'll sell them tho' for 11,000 [pounds sterling] 'Sdeath, there is the black boy again, make up your mind or I try another Lapidary (puts them in his pocket)
In the beginning of the last act, which opens with Friendly and Hazard's discovery of the cowardly retreat of the colonial dunces, Hazard commands that they be made to fight: "'Sdeath, but you shall go--put them in the front, and prick them on--if they offer to turn back run them through" (5.1.68-69).