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Сторінка 6 - Major made a fine disposition : on we marched, the men all in high spirits, to attack the gibbet where Gardel is hanging ; but turning down a narrow lane to the left, as it might be about there, in order to possess a pigsty, that we might take the gallows in flank, and at all events secure a retreat, who should come by but a drove of fat oxen for Smithfield...
Сторінка 148 - Countess of Crumple's, and the tall man's, this morning My dear Miss Godfrey, what trouble I have had to get you out ! Why, child, you are as tedious as a long morning. — Do you know, now, that of all places of public rendezvous I honour the Park ? — forty thousand million of times preferable to the play-house ! Don't you think so, my dear ? 1H.
Сторінка 145 - Some would have me turn player, and others methodift preacher ; but as I had no money to build me a tabernacle, I did not think it could...
Сторінка 14 - For the matter of that, we can afford it well enough as it is. BRUIN. And how do you know that? Who told you as much, Mrs. Mixen ? I hope I know the world better than to trust my concerns with a wife : no, no, thank you for that, Mrs. Jane. MRS.
Сторінка 24 - Well, I like it so well, that I hope to see one every year. Bruin. Do you ? Why then you will be damnably bit ; you may take your leave, I can tell you ; for this is the last you shall see.
Сторінка 2 - Then let him bring out the turkey and chine, and be sure there is plenty of mustard ; and, d'ye hear, Roger, do you stand yourself at the gate, and be careful who you let in. Rog. I will, Sir Jacob. [Exit ROGE«.
Сторінка 28 - Why, has not he gone and made himself the fool of the fair? Mayor of Garratt indeed ! ecod, I could trample him under my feet. Sneak. Nay, why should you grudge me my purfarment?
Сторінка 26 - I like; and I'll have a bit of the brown. Bruin. Bravo, brother ! Sneak, the day's your own ! Sneak. An't it ! Vhy, I did not think it vas in me : shall I tell her all I know ? Bruin. Every thing; у ли see she is struck dumb.
Сторінка 3 - We must take things rough and smooth as they run. Lint. Indeed, I have a very hard bargain. Sir Jac. No such matter ; we are, neighbour Lint, a little better instructed.
Сторінка 20 - Primmer is a man for my money ; a man of learning, that can lay down the law : why, adzooks, he is wise enough to puzzle the parson ; and then, how you have heard him oration at the Adam and Eve of a Saturday night, about Russia and Prussia. 'Ecod, George Gage, the exciseman, is nothing at all to un.