Hints on the nature and management of duns. By the Honourable-a younger son. With illustrations, by R. J. Hamerton

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T. C. Newby, 1845 - 158 էջ

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Էջ 71 - Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves is as true of personal habits as of money.
Էջ 153 - The Desolator desolate! The Victor overthrown The arbiter of others' fate A suppliant for his own! Is it some yet imperial hope, That with such change can calmly cope? Or dread of death alone? To die a prince — or live a slave — Thy choice is most ignobly brave!
Էջ 74 - ... pouting and looking daggers, grievously offended by the absence of her lover, a parcel was brought in by a servant and delivered to the master of the house. He opened it, and to the astonishment of all, out fell a shirt ! Snatching up a little dirty scrap of paper which fell from the garment, the host read out the following exquisite morceau for the edification of the company. " Muster Wilkinson, " Sir. — Has Muster Howard,* owes me eighteen-pence, and has only got this one shirt, -which I...
Էջ iv - Put his thumb unto his nose, and spread his fingers out.
Էջ 36 - ... boat, further on than his own, where he is disposed of. They are much more numerous than we are. I have not heard of more than about thirty families of Mooteeas, and the Lodahas are not much above two hundred men, but the Bongoos are very numerous, I have heard.
Էջ 74 - ... and, of course, dinnerless. In the middle of dinner at Mr. Wilkinson's that evening, while the guests were discussing the mysterious non-appearance of my hero, and the pretty Charlotte...
Էջ 116 - Because you do not believe that all is for the best in this best of all possible worlds.

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