What Next?

What Next?

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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. 1816 edition. Excerpt: ...travel, get thee gone, get thee gone, get thee but flu' enough, to the Saracens, or the Tartara, or the Turks---for thou art not fit to live in a Christian commonwealth, thou beastly pa n. 'ir W. Turks! no 5 no Turks, aunt; yourTurka are infidels, and believe not in the grape. Your Mabometan, your Musselman is a dry stinkard--No offence, aunt. My map says that your Turk is not so honest a man as your Christian--l eannot find by the map that your Mufti is orthodox--whereby it is a plain case, that orthodox is a hard word, aunt, and (hiccup) Greek for claret. Sings. 'I'o drink is a Christian diversion, Unknown to the Turk or the Persian: Let Mabometau fools Live by heathenish rules, And be damn'd over tea-cups and coffee, But let British lads sing, Grown a health to the king, And a fig for your sultan and Sophi. Enter Forum, and whispers LADY Wisnrom'. Eh, Tony! Lady W. Sir Rowland impatient? good lack! what shall I do with this beastly tumbrill?--go lie down and sleep, you sot--or, as l'm a person, l'll have you hastinodoed with broomsticks. Call up the wenches with broomsticks. Sir W. Ahey? wenches, where are the wenehes? Lady W. Dear cousin Witwould, get him awa, and you will bind me to you inviolably. I have an a air of moment that invades me with some preoipitation--you will oblige me to all futurity. Wit. Come, kuight--plague on him, I don't know what to sa to him--will you go to a cook-match? Sir W. hVith a wench, Tony? Wit. Horrible! he has a breath like a bagpipe--Ay, ay, come will you march, my Salopian? Sir W. Lead on, little Tony--I'll follow thee, my Anthony, my Tanthony; sirrab, thou shalt be my Tantouy, and VII be thy pig.----And a fig for your sultan and So hi....show more

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  • Paperback | 132 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 249g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236927125
  • 9781236927125