Englishman in Paris

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C. Talbot, 1778
 

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第 289 頁 - I have such a dismal story to tell you ' Bruin. What's the matter ? Sneak. Why, you know I went into the garden to look for my vife and the major, and there I hunted and hunted as sharp as if it had been for one of my own...
第 197 頁 - Pray, ladies and gentlemen, look at this piece, quite flefh and blood, and only wants a touch from the torch of Prometheus to ftart from the canvas, and fall a bidding.
第 273 頁 - You furprise me ; why, when he frequented our town of a market-day, he has taken out a guinea in oaths — and quite chang'd ? Sir Jac.
第 285 頁 - ... a man of learning, that can lay down the law : why, adzooks, he is wise enough to puzzle the parson ; and then, how you have heard him oration at the Adam and Eve of a Saturday night, about Russia and Prussia.
第 271 頁 - At fixteen he trail'da pike in the Artillery-ground ; at eighteen got a company in the Smithfield pioneers ; and by the time he was twenty, was made aid-decamp to Sir Jeffery Grub, Knight, Alderman, and Colonel of the Yellow.
第 35 頁 - OF all the passions that possess mankind, The love of novelty rules most the mind ; In search of this, from realm to realm we roam, Our fleets come fraught with every folly home...
第 284 頁 - ... wise enough to puzzle the parson, and then, how you have heard him oration at the Adam and Eve of a Saturday night, about Russia and Prussia ; ecod, George Gage, the exciseman, is nothing at all to 'un.
第 280 頁 - Gad's my life, sure as a gun that's her roice ! Look ye, brother, I don't choose to breed a disturbance in another body's house ; but as soon as ever I get home— Bruin. Now is your time. Sneak. No, no ; it would not be decent, Mrs Sneak, (within.) Jerry ! Jerry!
第 285 頁 - Bruin, can you tell what is become of my vife ? Bruin. She is gone off with the major. Sneak. Mayhap to take a walk in the garden ; I will go and take a peep at what they are doing.
第 288 頁 - Bruin. Why, I was never over-fond of your Maygames ; besides, corporations are too serious things ; they are edge-tools, Sir Jacob. Sir Jac.

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