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" for I dreamt that they made me pack up one of the quarters, like spring-lamb, and carry it to your old muffin shop, and hang it jest over the door atween the two windows, as a warning to all traitors. And I hung it up. And then I dreamt I sat down on... "
Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine - Página 313
1846
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Forest Scenes and Incidents, in the Wilds of North America: Being a Diary of ...

Sir George Head - 1829 - 362 páginas
...ice and found the travelling much worse than on the river ; for the wind blew violently against us, and it was as much as ever I could do to keep within any reasonable distance of the guides. We all followed one after another, while the foremost...
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Forest Scenes and Incidents, in the Wilds of North America: Being a Diary of ...

Sir George Head - 1838 - 418 páginas
...ice, we found the travelling much worse than on the river; for the wind blew violently against us, and it was as much as ever I could do to keep within any reasonable distance of the guides. All following one after another, the foremost men almost...
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SHILLING MAGAZINE. VOL. III

DOUGLES JERROLD'S - 1846
...and I heard it fall from the block with a hump. And after that they cut you into four quarters to he hung up for an example." "Ha! ha! and that's the worst...the birds from pecking at you, for all I did nothing hut pelt 'em with dollars." " Very extravagant," said Capstick, who added gravely, laying his hand...
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Douglas Jerrold's Shilling Magazine, Volumen3

1846
...quarters, like spring-lamb, and carry it to your old muffin shop, and hang it jest over the door atweon the two windows, as a warning to all traitors. And...I sat down on the door-step, and it was as much as over I could do to keep the birds from peeking at you, for all I did nothing but pelt 'em with dollars....
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The Mothers' friend, ed. by Ann Jane, Volúmenes4-7

Ann Jane - 1851
...good master, though a little hasty; yet no sooner did it touch me, than I fell into the same snare, and it was as much as ever I could do to keep my tongue within my teeth, and I came home here like a bear robbed of her whelps, ready to quarrel...
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Amy Grant, or The one motive [by A.M. Hopton].

Amy Grant (fict. name.), Anna Maria Hopton - 1854
...very hard one, they were so many in family ; she only staid a minute or two and then went away, but it was as much as ever I could do to keep the sobs down whilst she spoke, and as I left the house I cried like a child ; it was my last hope, and...
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