Thirty Days Among the Mollie Maguires; An Awe-Inspiring Serio-Comic Knights, Bandit and Phantom Tragedy in Five Acts, with the Prologue the Bandit-Knight Rag Van Ironbone, and the Epilogue the Vehmecourt

Thirty Days Among the Mollie Maguires; An Awe-Inspiring Serio-Comic Knights, Bandit and Phantom Tragedy in Five Acts, with the Prologue the Bandit-Knight Rag Van Ironbone, and the Epilogue the Vehmecourt

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1877 edition. Excerpt: ...and good to eat and drink, That is your life's experience. Slattero: But if we will be free to-day, That is, iu fact, the question yet:: My ear is ringing, you can't tell What that does mean, I bet. The Bearded: I am not posted in that way To tell your fortune by such signs, . As ringing ears, and other things, Of all such nonsense, all such kinds. A dream-book, that is what yon need, Your braius you may with such stuff' feed. the Bearded is now making preparation for the expected possibility of being released. He puts on some' parts of his suit of armor, and tying up some foul linen in a bundle, he takes great pain to hide therein some medicine bottle, iu order to be not noticed by profane eyes. After this is done, he sits down to eat his breakfast, consisting of a piece of sausage and a parcel of some kind of cheese, which was sent, some days ago, in a large basket, between his clean linen, by his lady at home. Instead the brown substance in the cup, he drinks a good portion of a cold, but genuine hussar-coffee, kept by him. for such purpose. It seems to have a better taste than the lukewarm kind. At ouce the door is opened, and Knight RODERICH, OF THE RODENRURU, in company of castellan, steps into the cell shaking hands with his friends. Roderich: I came direct from home to see, If you, my friend, are not yet free. The Bearded: I see, dear friend, you keep your promise, And tend, indeed, to my affair; Nine days it is now over my time, The cause must be, in fact, somewhere. My friends are only fooling me, They do not care, I plainly see. Roderich: "My bearded sufferer, keep yet cool, For your old friend, Rosslenkio, Has told me, and assured me too, This day will end your prison woe To-day the sum will be made up, The next night you will...show more

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  • Paperback | 62 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 127g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236615972
  • 9781236615978