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" Have a care he does not hear you say so,' said the smith. 'I tell thee, bonnet-maker, that there is more danger in yonder slight wasted anatomy than in twenty stout fellows like yourself. "
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by Sir Walter Scott - 1923
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Chronicles of the Canongate: Second series

Walter Scott - Scotland - 1828
...Pottingar. They have brought two town-officers with their partizans, to guard their fair persons, T suppose. — If there is one thing I hate more than...another, it is such a sneaking varlet as that Dwining 1" " Have a care he does not hear you say so," said the Smith. " I tell thee, Bonnet-maker, that there...
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Chronicles of the Canongate: Second series, Volume 1

Walter Scott - Scotland - 1828 - 6 pages
...They have brought two townofficers with their partizans, to guard their fair persons, I suppose.—If there is one thing I hate more than another, it is such a sneaking varlct as that Dwining!" " Have a care* he does not hear you say so," said the Smith. " I tell thec,...
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Waverley Novels, Volume 42

Sir Walter Scott - 1832
...creeping, cowardly creature the Pottingar. They have brought two town-officers with their partisans, to guard their fair persons, I suppose — If there...another, it is such a sneaking varlet as that Dwining 1" " Have a care he does not hear you say so," said the Smith. " I tell thee, Bonnet-maker, that there...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volume 5

Walter Scott - 1849
...creeping, cowardly creature the Pottingnr. They have brought two town-officers with their partisans, other devices carved in stone; the door itself was studded with iron nails, nnd formed of bl Ħs euch a sneaking varlet asthat Dwining!" " Have a care he does not hear you say so." said the Smith....
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The Haileybury observer, Volume 7

East India college - 1852
...are almost too awful to contemplate. My companions were a dirty, hairy Frenchman, who took snuff — if there is one thing I hate more than another it is snuff — and a fat old English woman (I had almost written lady), with, of course, an infinity of...
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A man without a name [by B.C. Grey] ed. by the dowager countess of ..., Volume 1

Barbarina Charlotte Grey (hon. lady.) - 1852
...too late, and hurried myself so, that I had not time to tell John at what o'clock to light me home. If there is one thing I hate more than another, it is to be hurried, and then to find that there was no occasion for it." Aunt Jane sat down and fanned herself...
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Waverley Novels, Volume 22

Walter Scott - 1853
...creeping, cowardly creature the Pottingar. They have brought two townofficers with their partisans, to guard their fair persons, I suppose. — If there...he does not hear you say so," said the Smith. " I ħell thee, Bonnet-maker, that there is more danger in yonder slight, wasted anatomy, than in twenty...
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Lewell Pastures, Volumes 1-2

Rosa Mackenzie Kettle - English fiction - 1854
...faults or perfections, or their own ideas, they are full of themselves, and have no sort of sympathy. If there is one thing I hate more than another, it is selfishness; and I had a good dose of it with our worthy relatives. Marion will be a pleasanter creature,...
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Waverley Novels

1855
...Princess of Castile." " Isabel, I suppose you mean," answered the Smith. " Ay—Isabel, or Jeza.be!, all the same, you know. But here comes Bailie Craigdallie...than another, it is such a sneaking varlet as that D wining !" " Have a care he does not hear you say so," said the Smith. " I tell .thee, Bonnet-maker,...
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Malvern; or, The three marriages, Volume 1; Volume 614

Catherine Anne Hubback - 1855
...at variance with her own frank and de'gagee manner, that Astley could hardly retain his gravity. " If there is one thing I hate more than another, it is mimicry," was his only reply to her observation. " Well, I believe you are right, there," replied she,...
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