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" ... enemies ; that it was indeed a very curious show ; but utterly unsafe to touch, and unsure to stand on. The colleagues whom he had assorted at the same boards, stared at each other, and were obliged to ask, " Sir, your name? Sir, you have the advantage... "
The Republican Campaign Text Book for 1882 - Page 136
by Republican Congressional Committee - 1882 - 240 pages
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John Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Volume 5

William Howitt, John Cassell - Great Britain - 1861
...to say, it did so happen that persons had a single office divided between them, who had never spoken to each other in their lives, until they found themselves,...together, heads and points, in the same truckle bed.'.' But where, all this time, was the great commoner ? Bargaining to be no longer the great commoner, but...
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John Cassell's Illustrated history of England, Volume 5

William Howitt, John Cassell - History - 1861
...have the advantage of me.' ' Mr. Such-a-one, I beg a thousand pardons.' I venture," he continued, " to say, it did so happen that persons had a single office divided between them, who had never spoken to each, other in their lives, until they found themselves, they knew not how, pigging together,...
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Speeches: With Memoir and Historical Introductions

1862 - 456 pages
...your name ? — Sir, you have the advantage of me — Mr. Such-a-one — I beg a thoasand purdons — I venture to say, it did so happen that persons had...single office divided between them, who had never spoken to each other in their lives ; until they found themselves, they knew not how, pigging together,...
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Choice specimens of English literature, selected and arranged by T.B. Shaw ...

Thomas Budd Shaw, sir William Smith - 1864
...the same boards, stared at each other, and were obliged to ask, " Sir, your name ? — Sir, you have the advantage of me — Mr. Such a one— I beg a...how, pigging together, heads and points, in the same truckle-bed.1 Sir, in consequence of this arrangement, having put so much the larger part of his enemies...
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Works, Volume 2

1865
...to ask, — " Sir, your name?" — " Sir, you have the advantage of me." — " Mr. Such-a-one." — "I beg a thousand pardons." — I venture to say,...how, pigging together, heads and points, in the same truckle-bed.* Sir, in consequence of this arrangement, having put so much the larger part of his enemies...
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the ..., Volume 5

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...have the advantage of me.' 'Mr. Such-a-one, I beg a thousand pardons.' I venture," he continued, " to say, it did so happen that persons had a single office divided between them, who had never spoken to eich other in their lives, until they found themselves, they knew not how, pigging together,...
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En Avant, Messieurs!: Being a Tutor's Counsel to His Pupils

George Henry Duncan Mathias - Self-culture - 1867 - 271 pages
...and were obliged to ask, ' Sir, your name ?' ' Sir, you have the advantage of me.' ' Mr. Such-a-one, I beg a thousand pardons.' I venture to say it did...a single office divided between them who had never spoken to each other in their lives until they found themselves, they knew not how, pigging together,...
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Choice Specimens of English Literature: Selected from the Chief English ...

Thomas Budd Shaw, Sir William Smith - English literature - 1869 - 477 pages
...I beg a thousand pardons — " J^enture to say, it did so happen, that persons had a sing.e offica divided between them, who had never spoke to each...how, pigging together, heads and points, in the same truckle-bed. 1 Sir. in consequence of this arrangement, having put GO much the larger part of his enemies...
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CHOICE SPECIMENS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE

THOMAS B. SHAW - 1870
...the same boards, stared at each other, and were obliged to ask, " Sir, your name? — Sir, you have the advantage of me — Mr. Such a one — I beg a...how, pigging together, heads and points, in the same truckle-bed.1 Sir, in consequence of this arrangement, having put so much the larger part of his enemies...
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Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 31

Bible - 1874
...and greater power, Burke is clearly possessor. Thus, at the close of his speech Btructed, he says : " Persons had a single office divided between them,...together, heads and points, in the same truckle bed." Take now another sort, — a sentence from the celebrated passage on the Queen of France. " And surely,...
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