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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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Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - English literature - 1882 - 678 pages
...obliged to ask, " Sir, your name ?" — " Sir, you have the advantage of me." — " Mr. Such-aone." — " 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 50. joinery, the work of a joiner, or cabinet-maker....
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Leaders of the senate: a biographical history of the rise and development of ...

Alexander Charles Ewald - 1884
...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." It was the "Who- who?" ministry of the eighteenth century. Yet...
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American Taxation: A Speech, Delivered April 19, 1774

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1885 - 54 pages
...obliged to ask,M 'Sir, your name?' — ' Sir, you have the advantage of me '— ' Mr. Such-a-one ' — ' I beg a thousand pardons—' I venture to say, it...they found themselves, they knew not how, pigging together,55 heads and points, in the same truckle-bed.56 6O. Sir, in consequence of this arrangement,...
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The library of national information and popular knowledge, Volumes 5-6

Ward, Lock and co, ltd - 1885
...and were obliged to ask, ' Sir, your name 7 ' ' 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 themselv^(they knew not how) pigging together,...
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My Study: And Other Essays

Austin Phelps - Theology - 1886 - 319 pages
...black stone, and there a bit of white, patriots and courtiers, Whigs and Tories, who had never spoken to each other in their lives until they found themselves, they knew not how, pigging together in the same truckle-bed." To a good-natured looker-on, who had strolled in on a May morning, — a...
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Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - American literature - 1886 - 638 pages
...advantage of me." — " Mr. Such-acne.'' — " I beg a thousand pardons." I venture to say, it did scuo happen that persons had a single office divided between them who had never spoken to each other in their lives until they 30. joinery, the work of a joiner, or cabinet-maker....
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Treasury of Irish Eloquence: Being a Compendium of Irish Oratory and Literature

English literature - 1887 - 910 pages
...and were obliged to ask: Sir, your name ? Sir, you have the advantage of me — Mr. Such-a-one - -1 beg a thousand pardons ! I venture to say, it did...single office divided between them, who had never spoken to each other in their lives, until they found themselves, they knew not hoff, pigging together,...
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Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - English literature - 1887 - 638 pages
...obliged to ask, " Sir, your name ?" — " Sir, you have the advantage of me." — " Mr. Such-aone." — " I beg a thousand pardons." I venture to say, it did so no happen that persons had a single office divided between them who had never spoken to each other...
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Speeches on the American War: And Letter to the Sheriffs of Bristol

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1891 - 242 pages
...Sir, you have the advantage of me — Mr. Such-a-one — I beg a thousand pardons — " I venture 30 to say, it did so happen, that persons had a single...how, pigging together, heads and points, in the same trucklebed.1 5 Sir, in consequence of this arrangement, having put so much the larger part of his enemies...
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A Life of Edmund Burke

Sir James Prior - 1891 - 545 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." Upon such a slippery pedestal did this eminent man aim to exalt...
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