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" Then up to his Highness he goes, And with tar he anointed his body, So that when the morning arose He look'd like a sweep in a noddy ; It fitted him just to the skin, Wherever the journeyman stuck it ; And, after committing the sin,  "
Official Account of the Noble Lord's Bite!: And His Dangerous Condition ... - Page 12
by William Hone - 1817 - 15 pages
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A history of the city of Dublin, Volume 3

sir John Thomas Gilbert - 1859
...Then up to his Highness he goes, And with tar he anointed his body, So that when the morning arose He look'd like a sweep in a noddy ; It fitted him just to the skin, Wherever the journeyman stuck it ; And, after committing the sin, ' Have an eye,' said he,...
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The Dublin Review, Volume 47

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1860
...Then up to his Highness he goes, And with tar he anointed his body, So that when the morning arose He look'd like a sweep in a noddy; It fitted him just to the skin, Wherever the journeyman stuck it ; And, after committing the sin, ' Have an eye,' said he,...
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