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" You promised to have half an eye to him, you know you did, you dirty deceitful young drab. The last time as ever I see him, poor thing, was with my own blessed Motherly eyes, Sitting as good as gold in the gutter, a playing at making little dirt pies. "
The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction - Page 390
1833
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The Comic Annual

Thomas Hood - English wit and humor - 1834
...bottle of bay. I am all in a quiver—get out of my sight, do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know...I wonder he left the court where he was better off than all the other young boys, With two bricks, an old shoe, nine oyster-shells, and a dead kitten...
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The Comic annual. By T. Hood

1834
...bottle of hay. I am all in a quiver—get out of my sight, do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know...dirty deceitful young drab. The last time as ever J see him, poor thing, was with my own blessed Motherly eyes, Sitting as good as gold in the gutter,...
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Hood's own; or, Laughter from year to year

Thomas Hood - 1839 - 64 pages
...bottle of hay. I am all in a quiver — get out of my sight, do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab ! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know...I wonder he left the court where he was better off than all the other young boys, With two bricks, an old shoe, nine oyster-shells, and a dead kitten...
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Prose and Verse, Part 1

1845
...bottle of hay. I am all in a quiver — get out of my sight, do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab ! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know...I wonder he left the court where he was better off than all the other young boys, With two bricks, an old shoe, nine oyster-shells, and a dead kitten...
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Prose and Verse, Part 1

1845
...do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know you'did, you dirty deceitful young drab. The last time as ever...I wonder he left the court where he was better off than all the other young boys, With two bricks, an old shoe, nine oyster-shells, and a dead kitten...
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Poems

Thomas Hood - 1846 - 229 pages
...bottle of hay. I am all in a quiver—get out of ray sight, do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know...I wonder he left the court where he was better off than all the \ other young boys, With two bricks, an old shoe, nine oyster-shells, and a dead kitten...
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Hood's Own: Or, Laughter from Year to Year. Being Former Runnings of His ...

Thomas Hood - English wit and humor - 1846 - 568 pages
...bottle of hay. I am all in a quiver — get out of my sight, do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know...I wonder he left the court where he was better off than all the other young boys, With two bricks, an old shoe, nine oyster-shells, and a dead kitten...
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Prose and Verse

Thomas Hood - 1849 - 401 pages
...bottle of hay. I am all in a quiver — get out of my sight, do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know...I wonder he left the court where he was better off than all the other young boys, With two bricks, an old shoe, nine oyster-shells, and a dead kitten...
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Prose and verse

Thomas Hood - 1849
...bottle of hay. I am all in a quiver—get out of my sight, do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know...I wonder he left the court where he was better off than all the other young boys, With two bricks, an old shoe, nine oyster-shells, and a dead kitten...
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Hood's Own: Or, Laughter from Year to Year: Being Former Runnings of His ...

Thomas Hood - English wit and humor - 1855 - 568 pages
...bottle of hay. I am all in a quiver—get out of my sight, do, you wretch, you little Kitty M'Nab! You promised to have half an eye to him, you know...I wonder he left the court where he was better off than all the other young boys, With two bricks, an old shoe, nine oyster-shells, and a dead kitten...
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