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" You don't mean," cried Peregrine, boiling over with indignation, " that I am to wear second-hand clothes ! I would not put my footman into them," and Peregrine Pultuney felt very much inclined to ram them down the sergeant's throat with a sponge staff... "
Peregrine Pultuney; or, Life in India [by sir J.W. Kaye]. - Page 77
by sir John William Kaye - 1844
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The Living Age, Volume 198

1893
...indignation, "that I am to wear second-hand clothes !" . . . " I've got nothing to do with it ; ... it's the rule of the institution, Mr. Pultuney." "D—...institution!" cried Peregrine Pultuney. . . . " I wonder what Colonel Houseintoun would say if he heard you talk so of the institution ;" and the grim sergeant...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 2

India - 1846
...clothes ! I would not put my footman into them," and Peregrine Pultuney felt very much inclined to rain them down the sergeant's throat with a sponge staff...means to blame, " it's the rule of the institution, Air. Fultuney." We can vouch for the fidelity of this. It may seem a trivial matter; but as part of...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 198

1893
...indignation, " that I am to wear second-hand clothes !" . . . " I've got nothing to do with it ; ... it's the rule of the institution, Mr. Pultuney." "D...institution!" cried Peregrine Pultuney. . . . " I wonder what Colonel Ilouseintoun would say if he heard you talk so of the institution ;" and the grim sergeant...
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