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" I take an humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle, I go through: but, for my name, signior, how think you ? will it not serve for a gentleman's name, when the signior is put to it, ha? Car. Let me hear; how is it? "
Young Lochinvar; or, the romance of real life - Page 103
by Lochinvar (fict.name.) - 1882
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory ..., Volume 2

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - 1816
...be a gentleman whatsoever it cost me. Car. A most gentlemanlike resolution. Sog. Tut ! an I take an humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle, I go through : but, for my name, signior, how think you? will it not serve for a gentleman's name, when the signior...
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The Works of Ben Jonson...: With Notes Critical and Explanatory ..., Volume 2

Ben Jonson, William Gifford - Dramatists, English - 1816
...be a gentleman whatsoever it cost me. Car. A most gentlemanlike resolution. Sog. Tut! an I take an humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle, I ťo through : but, for my name, signior, how think you? will it not serve for a gentleman's name, when...
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The Doctor, &c. ...

Robert Southey - Children's stories - 1847
...ABOUT PIGEONPIE, AND THE REASON WHY THE DOCTOR WAS INCLINED TO THINK FAVOURABLY OF THE SAMARITANS. An I take the humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle ; I go through. — BEN JONSON. XXI CHAPTER CLXXVII.— p. 73. SOMETHING ON THE SCIENCE AND MYSTERY OF NUMBERS WHICH IS NOT ACCORDING...
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My brother's keeper, by Amy Lothrop

Anna Bartlett Warner - 1855
...•••.II' 'i.. , / I ',. ... ' -..., MRS. RAYNOB'S LIBRARY. 187 ,:.:•; I -' CHAPTER XX. Nay, an' I take the humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle, I go through. BEN JONSON. WINTER and night reigned together ; but while the night looked down with steady gaze upon the pranks...
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My brother's keeper, by Amy Lothrop. By A.B. Warner

Anna Bartlett Warner - 1855 - 300 pages
...Thornton had no resource but to let him. have it, and Eosalie too, for the time. CHAPTEE XX. Nay, an" I take the humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle, I go through. — BEN Joxsoxand night reigned together ; but while the night looked down with steady gaze upon the pranks...
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My brother's keeper, by Amy Lothrop. By miss Wetherell

Anna Bartlett Warner - 1855
...too, for the time. " I will have that pleasure myself," said Mr. Raynor. CHAPTER XX. jS"ay, an' I tate the humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle, I go through.—BEIT J ovsov. and night reigned together; but while the night looked down with steady gaze...
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The Doctor, Etc

Robert Southey - 1862 - 694 pages
...ABOUT PIGEON-PIE, AND THE REASON WHY THE DOCTOK WAS INCLINED TO THISK FAVOURABLY OF THE SAMARITANS. AD' I take the humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle ; I go through. Ban JUNSON. CHAPTER CLXXVTI.— p. 462. •XVMCTHING ON THE SCIENCE AND MYSTBRY OF NUMBERS WHICH IS...
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From the world to the pulpit [by H.G. Parrish].

Henry Griffin Parrish - 1863
...capable. In this respect Dr. East was a most admirable character. He seemed to say, with Ben Jonson, " when I take the humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle, I go through." " Great works," says Dr. Johnson, " are performed not by strength, but by perseverance." If so, why...
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The Doctor, &c, Volume 1

Robert Southey - 1865 - 694 pages
...PIGEON-PIE, AND THE REASON WHY THE DOCTOR WAS INCLINED TO THINK FAVOURABLY OF THE SAMARITANS. An' 1 take the humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle ; 1 go through. BEN JONSON. CHAPTER CLXXVTI. — p. 4G2. BOMETHING ON THE SCIENCE AND MYSTERY OF NUMBERS...
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The Churchman's shilling magazine and family treasury, conducted ..., Volume 27

Robert Hall Baynes - 1880
...to go yet, and it will be better to be at the hotel at the time I mentioned." CHAPTER XI. " Nay, an I take the humour of a thing once, I am like your tailor's needle, I go through." BEN JONSON, " I dare do all that may become a man, Who dares do more is none." Macbeth, " HOLLO," cried Lovel,...
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