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" ... no jumping over heads, no underhand work among us ; all men of honour ; and I must do the regiment the justice to say, there never was a set of more amiable officers. SIR J. "
A Collection of the Most Esteemed Farces and Entertainments Performed on the ... - Сторінка 7
1786
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Englishman in Paris

Samuel Foote - 1778
...and peaceable. Major. As lambs, Sir Jacob, (excepting one boxing bout at the Three Compares in Acton, between Captain Sheers and the Colonel, concerning a game at All-fours) I don't remember a Tmgle difpute. Sir Jac. Why, that was mere mutiny ; the Captain ought to have been broke. Major. He...
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The Minor Theatre: Being a Collection of the Most Approved Farces ..., Том 5

1794
...and peaceable. Maj. As lambs, Sir Jacob. Excepting one boxing-bout at the Three Compasses in Acton, between Captain Sheers and the Colonel, concerning a game at all-fours, I don't remember a single dispute. Sir Jac. Why, that was mere mutiny; the Captain ought to have boen broke. , Maj. He...
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The British Drama: Operas and farces

1804
...and peaceable ? Maj. As lambs, sir Jacob. Excepting on* boxing bout at the Three Compasses in Acton, between captain Sheers and the colonel, concerning a game at all-fours, I don't remember a single dispute. Sir Jac: Why, that was mere mutiny; the captain ought to have been broke. Maj. He was...
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The British drama, Том 2

British drama - 1804
...and peaceable ? Maj. As lambs, sir Jacob. Excepting ra* boxing bout at the Three Compasses in Acton, between captain Sheers and the colonel, concerning a game at all-fours, I don't remember »socle H i spute. Sir Jac. Why, that was mere mutiny; theeaf" tain ought to have been broke. Maj....
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The Dramatic Works of Samuel Foote, Esq: To which is Prefixed A Life ..., Том 1

Samuel Foote - 1809
...peaceable. Majof. As lambs, Sir Jacob. Excepting one boxing-bout at the Three Com paiies in Adlon, between Captain Sheers and the Colonel, concerning...Sir 'Jac . Why, that was mere mutiny; the Captain ougnt to have been broke. Major. He was ; for the Colonel not only took away his eockade, but his cuftom;...
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A Collection of Farces and Other Afterpieces: Which are Acted at the ..., Том 5

Mrs. Inchbald - 1809
...Captain Sheers and the Colonel, concerning a game at all. fours, I don't remember a single dispute. Sir Jac. Why, that was mere mutiny ; the Captain ought to have been broke. his cockade, but his custom ; and I don't think poor Captain Sheers has done a stitch for him since....
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The Dramatic Works of Samuel Foote, Esq: To which is Prefixed A Life ..., Том 1

Samuel Foote - 1809
...peaceable. Major. As lambs, Sir Jacob. Excepting pne boxing-bout at the Three Comp'affes in Aclon, between Captain Sheers and the Colonel, concerning a game at All-fours, I don't rernember a fingle difpute. Sir JtOc. Why, that was mere mutinyj; the Captain ought to have been broke....
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The modern British drama, Том 5

British drama - 1811
...concerning a game at all-fours, 1 don't remember I single dispute. Sir Jac. Why, that was mere mutiny; thi captain ought to have been broke. Maj. He was : for the colonel not only toot away his cockade, but his custom ; and I do't think poor Captain Sheers has done a stitch lot...
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The Modern British Drama: In Five Volumes, Том 5

Sir Walter Scott - 1811
...concerning a game at all-fours, 1 don't reniembfri single dispute. Sir Jac. Why, that was mere mutiny; ibe captain ought to have been broke. Maj. He was: for the colonel not only toot аи ay his cockade, but his custom ; and I don't think poor Captain Sheers has done a blitch...
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A Collection of Farces and Other Afterpieces: Which are Acted at the ..., Том 4

Mrs. Inchbald - 1815
...amiable officers. Maj. As lambs, Sir Jacob. Excepting one boxingbout at the Three Compasses in Acton, between Captain Sheers and the colonel, concerning a game at allfours, I don't remember a single dispute. Sir Jac. Quiet and peaceable. Sir Jac. Why, that was mere mutiny; the captain ought...
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