The Ball. the Young Admiral. the Gamester. the Example. the Opportunity. the Coronation

The Ball. the Young Admiral. the Gamester. the Example. the Opportunity. the Coronation

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1833 edition. Excerpt: ...hundred pounds And upwards, shotten-herring, thing of noise! Young B. Oh, for my man Dwindle, And his basket-hilt, now! my uncle shall rue this. Haz. Down, presently, and before these gentlemen Desire his pardon. Young B. How! desire his pardon'! Haz. Then let this go round. '.They all kick goun B. Young B. I will ask his pardon. kneels.--be-' seech you, uncle. IIaz. And swear---Young B. And do swear. Haz. To be obedient, never more to quarrel. Young B. Why, look you, gentlemen, I hope you are persuaded By being kick'd so patiently, that I am Not over valiant, Old B. I suspect him still. ' Young B. For more assurance, do you kick me too.. Old B. kicks him. Am not I patient and obedient now'! Will you have any more, gentlemen, before I rise'! Haz. If ever he prove rebellious in act, Or language, let me know it. Young B. Will you not give Me leave to roar abroad a little, for My credit '! Old B. Never, sirrah: now I'll tame you.---I thank you, gentlemen; command me for-This courtesy. Young B. 'Tis possible I may With less noise grow more valiant hereafter, . Till then I am in all your debts. Rz'ses. Old B. Be ruled, And be my nephew again: this was my love, My love, dear nephew. Young B. If your love consist. In kicking, uncle, let me love you again. Old B. Follow me, sirrah. E: vlt, followed by young B. Acre. Then his uncle paid for't'! Haz. Heartily, heartily. Little. I thought there was some trick. Haz. And whither are you going, gentlemen '.1 Sell. We are going, to visit Beaumont in the prison. Haz. 'Tis charity: but that I have deep 'engagements, I'd wail: upon you; but commend my service to im, I'll visit him ere night: you saw not Wilding'! Acre. VVe saw...show more

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  • Paperback | 140 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 263g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236744535
  • 9781236744531