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" Admiral Haddock was dying, he called his son, and thus addressed him : " Considering my rank in life, and public services for so many years, I shall leave you but a small fortune ; but, my boy, it is honestly got, and will wear well ; there are no seamen's... "
The History of Rochford Hundred ...: From Former Authors, Ancient ... - Page 353
by Philip Benton - 1867
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The Union Magazine, and Imperial Register ..., Volume 2

1801
...esteem. ADMIRAL HADDOCK. WHEN the great Admiral Haddock was dying, he called his »on, and told him, " considering my rank in life, and public services,...is honestly got, and will wear well ; there are no seamens' wages or provisions, nor one single penny of dirty money in it." How happy would be the nation,...
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Gleanings of wit, interspersed with many original pieces, from the works of ...

Gleanings - 1805
...services. ANECDOTE. When the great Admiral Haddock was dying, he called his son, and said to him, " Considering my rank in life, and public services for...fortune ; but, my boy, it is honestly got, and will wearwell ; there are no seaman's wages, or provisions — not one single penny of dirty money in it."...
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The Naval Chronicle, Volume 14

James Stanier Clarke, Stephen Jones, John Jones - Naval art and science - 1805
...rank in life, and public service* for so many years, I leave you only a small fortune; but, my dear boy, it is honestly got, and will wear well : there are no Seamen's wages or provisions in it ; nor is there one single penny of dirty money. LORD NELSON. LORD NELSON, shortly after the memorable...
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The Lady's Miscellany, Or, Weekly Visitor, for the Use and ..., Volume 13

1811
...yourself, can walk fast.' When the great admiral Haddock was dying, he called his son, and told him, 'considering my rank in life, and public services,...provisions, nor one single penny of dirty money in it.' How happy would be the nation, could all modern officers say the ваше with equal justice! IDLENESS....
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The Sunday school repository; or, teachers' magazine

1813
...Haddock was dying, he begged to see his son, to whom he thus delivered himself. — " Notwithstanding my rank in life, and public services for so many years, I shall leave you only a small fortune; but, my dear boy, it is honestly got, and will wear well : there are no seamen's...
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Magazine of Wit and American Harmonist: Containing a Collection of the Most ...

American wit and humor - 1821 - 144 pages
...action against the Dutch. Whi'n Admiral Sir Richard Haddock W he called his son, and said to him, " Considering my rank in life, and public services for...years, I shall leave you but a small fortune ; but, my dear boy, it was honestly got, and will wear well; there are no seamen's wages or provisions ; not...
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The Mirror of literature, amusement, and instruction [ed. by T. Byerley ...

Thomas Byerley - 1823
...ADMIRAL'S ESTAT«. — When Admiral Haddock was dying, he called his son, and thus addressed him : " Considering my rank in life, and public services for...provisions, nor one single penny of dirty money, in it." WILLIAM PENN, AND THE INDIANS. Voltaire says, that the treaty which William Penu made with the Indians...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 1

Reuben Percy, John Timbs - 1823
...ADMI HAL'S ESTATE.— When Admiral Haddock was dying, he called his son, and thus addressed him : " Considering my rank in life, and public services for...is honestly got, and will wear well ; there are no seaman's wages or provisions, nor one single penny of dirty money, iu it." WILLIAM PENN, AND THE INDIANS....
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Mirth in Miniature, Or Bursts of Merriment: Being a Collection of the Very ...

English wit & humor - 1825
...Admiral Haddock was dying, he begged to see his son, to whom he thus delivered Hmseu: Notwithstanding my rank in life, and public services for so many years, I shall leave you only a small fortune ; but, my dear boy, it is honestly got, and will wear well : there are no seamen's...
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The flowers of wit, Volumes 1-2

Henry Kett - 1825
...against the Dutch. 278. When admiral sir Richard Haddoek was dying, he called his son, and said to him, ' Considering my rank in life, and public services for so many years, 1 shall leave you but a small fortune ; but, my dear boy, it was honestly got, and will wear well ;...
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