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" I'm too cute for him yet. See there, now, he's come to; and I'll be his bail he'll go asy enough wid me. Ogh! he has a fine spirit of his own, but it's I that can match him: 'twould be a poor case if a man like me cou'dn't match a horse any way, let alone... "
Tales of Fashionable Life - Страница 73
по Maria Edgeworth - 1809 - 400 страници
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, Том 2

Enos Bronson - 1809
...he's come to ; and I'll be his bail he'll go asi/ enough wid me. Ogh ! he has a fine spirit of liis own; but it's I that can match him. 'Twould be a poor...alone a mare, which this is, or it never would be so vitious." 1. 68, 69. The most delectable personage, however, in the whole tale, is the ancient Irish...

The Weekly Visitor, Томове 2–3

1810
...his own i but its I can match him. Twoujd b« a poor case if a man, like one, couldn't match a horse, let alone a mare, which this is, or it never would be so vicious," The most delectable persohage, however, in the whole tale, is the ancient Irish nurse, Elinor. The...

A Critical Examination of the Writings of Richard Cumberland: With an ..., Том 1

William Mudford - 1812
...cute for him yet. See there now, he's come to; and I'll be his bail he'll go asy enough wid me. Oh ! he has a fine spirit of his own, but it's I that can...is, or it never would be so vicious." " After this hard fought battle, and suitable rejoicing for the victory, Paddy walked his subdued adversary on a...

Tales and miscellaneous piecces, Том 7

Maria [collections] Edgeworth - 1825
...spirit of his own, but it's I that can match him : 'twould be a poor case if a man like me cou'dn't match a horse any way, let alone a mare, which this...yards to allow us to pass him; but to the dismay of my postilions, a hay-rope was at this instant thrown across the road, before our horses, by the road-makers,...

Tales, and Miscellaneous Pieces, Том 7

Maria Edgeworth - 1825
...spirit of his own, but it's I that can match him : 'twould be a poor case if a man like me cou'dn't match a horse any way, let alone a mare, which this...to allow us to pass him ; but to the dismay of my postilions, a hay-rope was at this instant thrown across the road, before our horses, by the road-makers,...

Tales and Novels: Ennui. The dun

Maria Edgeworth - 1832
...spirit of his own, but it's I that can match him : 'twould be a poor case if a man like me cou'dn't match a horse any way, let alone a mare, which this...suitable rejoicing for the victory, Paddy walked his sulnlued adversary on a few yards to allow us to pass him ; but, to the dismay of my postilions, a...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review by Francis Jeffrey, Том 3

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...longer.' " — i. 64, 65. By and by the wheel horse stopped short, and began to kick furiously. " ' Never fear,' reiterated Paddy. 'I'll engage I'll be...mare, which this is, or it never would be so vicious.' " — i. 68, 69. The most delectable personage, however, in the whole tale, is the ancient Irish nurse...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, Том 3

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...longer.' " — i. 64, 65. By and by the wheel horse stopped short, and began to kick furiously. " ' Never fear,' reiterated Paddy. ' I'll engage I'll...mare, which this is, or it never would be so vicious.' " — i. 68, 69. The most delectable personage, however, in the whole tale, is the ancient Irish nurse...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, Том 3

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...Knockecroghery! Oh the rogue, he thinks he has me at a nonplush; but Til show him the differ.' " ' Ah! didn't I compass him cleverly then ? Oh the villain,...mare, which this is, or it never would be so vicious." " — i. 68, 69. The most delectable personage, however, in the whole tale, is the ancient Irish nurse...

Tales and Novels, Том 4

Maria Edgeworth - 1848
...spirit of his own, but it's I that can match him : 'twould be a poor case if a man like me cou'dn't match a horse any way, let alone a mare, which this...to allow us to pass him ; but, to the dismay of my postilions, a hayrope was at this instant thrown across the road, before our horses, by the road-makers,...




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