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" Great Duke, I'll know how this did chance, Without inviting me ; sure this You did not learn in France... "
The Life and Writings of Philip, Duke of Wharton - Página 37
por Lewis Saul Benjamin, Lewis Melville - 1913 - 336 páginas
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The Hive: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Songs, Volumen4

1732
...So fome years hence fhall I. But truft me, Wharton, pity 'twere So much good wine to fpill, As thefe companions here may drink, Ere they have had their fill. Let thou and I, in bumpers full, This grand affair decide : Accurft be he, duke Philip iaid, By whom it is deny'd....
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Drinking songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

1783
...fome years hence fhall I. But, truft me, Wharton, pity it were, So much good wine to fpill, As thefe companions here may drink, Ere they have had their fill. Let thou and I, in bumpers full, This grand affair decide ; Accurs'd be he, duke Wharton faid, By whom it is...
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Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative,: With Some of Modern Date ..., Volumen2

Thomas Evans - 1784 - 335 páginas
...So fome years hence mall I. But truft me, Wharton, pity 'twere So much good wine to fpill, As thefe companions here may drink, Ere they have had their fill. Let thou and I, in bumpers full, This grand affair decide. Accurs'd be he, duke Wharton faid, By whom it is...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen61,Parte2

1791
...tbe prefetit Barunet.) As Tin Luck of Edenhall. — Jnfulated Di/infls, whence ? [Auguft, As tbefe companions here may drink Ere they have had their fill. " Let thou and I, in bumpers full, This grand atlair decide." — " Accurs'd he he," Duke Whaiton faid, " By whom...
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Drinking-songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

1819
...duke, ' I'D know how this did chance, ' Without inviting me, sure this ' You did not learn in France. ' One of us two, for this offence, ' Under the board...years hence, shall I. ' But, trust me, Wharton, pity 't were, ' So much good wine to spill, ' Let thou and I, in bumpers full, ' This grand affair decide...
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Memoirs of the Court of England: From the Revolution in 1688 to ..., Volumen3

John Heneage Jesse - 1843
...inviting me ; sure this You did not learn in France. x. " One of us two under the board For this affront shall lie. I know thee well, a Duke thou art, So some years hence may I. XI. " And trust me, Wharton, pity 't were, So much good wine to spill, As these companions all...
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The Patrician, Volumen4

John Burke, Bernard Burke - 1847
...I'll know how this did chance ; Without inviting me : — Sure, this You did not learn in France. 10. One of us two, for this offence, Under the board shall...— a duke thou art, So some years hence shall I. 11. But trust me, Wharton, pity 'twere So much good wine to spill As those companions here may drink...
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The Historic Lands of England, Volumen1

Bernard Burke - 1848
...Sure, this You did not learn in France. 10 One of us two, for this offence, Under the board shall He ; I know thee well, — a duke thou art, So some years hence shall I. 1 1 . But tnist me, Wliarton, pity 'twere So much good wine to spill As those companions here may drink...
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Tales and Legends of the English Lakes and Mountains

Wilson Armistead - 1852 - 312 páginas
...Duke, I'll know how this did chance, Without inviting me : — sure this You did not learn in France. One of us two, for this offence, Under the board shall...Wharton, pity 'twere So much good wine to spill, As those companions here may drink, Ere they have had their fill. Let thou and I, in bumpers full, This...
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The Reliquary, Volumen19

1879
...Duke, I'll know how this did chance ; Without inviting me — sure this You did not learn in France. One of us two, for this offence, Under the board shall...may drink, Ere they have had their fill. Let thou and I, in bumpers fall, This grand affair decide." " Accurs'd be he," Duke Wharton said, " By whom...
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