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" will you knock out the French sentry's brains?' 'I don't care,' says I, striving to keep myself awake, ' if I lend a hand.' ' Then follow me,' says he, ' and I hope we shall do business. "
Essays - Page 213
by Oliver Goldsmith - 1765 - 236 pages
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The citizen of the world; or, Letters from a Chinese philosopher ..., Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1810
...but, for my part, it was nothing to me, for I was seasoned. One night, Lew ever, as I was sleeping on the bed of boards, with a warm blanket about me (for 1 always loved to lie well}, I was awaked by the boatswain, who had a dark lantern in hii hand. " Jack...
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Annual Register, Volume 9

Edmund Burke - History - 1767
...but, for my part, it was nothing to me, for I was feafoned. One night, as 1 was fleeping on the b?d of boards, with a warm blanket about me, (for I always...well,) I was awakened by the boatfwain, who had a dark la- -horn in his hand : " Jack," fays he to me, "will you knock out the French centry's brains I" I...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 6

1786
...to me, for I was feafoned. One night, however, as I was fleeping on the bed of boards, with a wann blanket about me, (for I always loved to lie well) I was awaked by the boatfwain, who had a dark, lantborn in his hand. Jack," fays he to me, " will you knock...
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The Prose Epitome: Or, Extracts, Elegant, Instructive, and Entertaining ...

English literature - 1792 - 456 pages
...my part, it " was nothing to me, for I was feafoncd. " One night, as I was afleep on the bed of л boards, with a warm blanket about me, for " I always loved to lie well, 1 was awakened " by the boatfwairvwho had a dark lanthorn " in hie hand : ' Jack,' fays he to me, '...
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The Britannic magazine; or entertaining repository of heroic adventures. Vol ...

...in a jail ; but, for my part, it was nothing to me, for I was feafoned. One night, as I was afleep on the bed of boards, with a warm blanket about me,...well, I was awakened by the boatfwain, who had a dark lantern in his hand : ' Jack,' fays he to me, ' will you knock out the French centry's brains )' '1...
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Satirical,humourous & Familiar Pieces: Prose [No] 1-[2?].

1795
...live in a jail; but, for my part it was KOthing to me, for I was seasoned. One night, as I was asleep on the bed of boards, with a warm blanket about me,...I always loved to lie well, I was awakened by the boatswain, who had a dark lanthorn in his hand: 'Jack,' says he to me, 'will you knock out the French...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose

Vicesimus Knox - English prose literature - 1797
...was nothing to me, for I was " feafoncc!. One night, as I was afleep on " the bed of boards, wi;ha warm blanket " about me, for I always loved to lie...boatfwain, who " had a dark lanthorn in his hand : ' Jack,' " ˇays he to me, ' will you knock out the " Fiench centries brains?' ' I don't care,' " fays J.ftriving...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose ..., Volume 2

1797 - 1120 pages
...part, it was nothing to me, for 1 was " fcafoned. One night, as I was afleep on " tlie bed of beards, with a warm blanket •' about me, for I always loved...to lie well, " I was awakened by the boatfwain, who " lind a dark lanthorn in his hand : ' Jack," " fays he to me, ' will you knock out the " French centries...
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A Mirror for the Female Sex: Historical Beauties for Young Ladies, Intended ...

Mrs. Pilkington (Mary) - Women - 1799 - 240 pages
...but, for my part, it was nothing to me, becaufe I was feafoned. One night, as I was fleeping on my bed of boards with a warm blanket about me (for I...Jack," fays he to me, " will you knock out the French centry's brains ?" I don't care, fays I, ( driving to keep myfelf awake,) if I lend a hand." " Then...
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The Citizen of the World, Or, Letters from a Chinese Philosopher ..., Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1800
...ufed to live in jail ; but for my part it was nothing to me, for I was feafoned. One night however, as I was fleeping on the bed of boards, with a warm...blanket about me, (for I always loved to lie well) I was awaked by the boatfwain, who had a dark lanthorn in his hand. " Jack, fays he to me, will you knock...
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