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" They appear to be a set of merry, thoughtless beings, who laugh in the midst of poverty, and who never want a quotation or a story to recruit their spirits. When they get any money, they seem in haste to spend it, lest some tyrant, in the shape of a dun,... "
Memoirs of the Late Thomas Holcroft - Page 228
by Thomas Holcroft - 1816 - 320 pages
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Belgravia, Volume 36

1878
...chained to his galley ; a circumstance he does not fail to remind them of whenever they are refractory. They appear to be a set of merry, thoughtless beings,...towns, to which they resort when the time comes round. I observe that the town's-people are continually railing at them, yet are exceedingly unhappy if they...
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Belgravia, Volume 36

London (England) - 1878
...chained to his galley ; a circumstance he does not fail to remind them of whenever they are refractory. They appear to be a set of merry, thoughtless beings,...towns, to which they resort when the time comes round. I observe that the town's-people are continually railing at them, yet are exceedingly unhappy if they...
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Our Old Actors, Volume 2

Henry Barton Baker - Actors - 1878
...chained to his galley ; a circumstance he does not fail to remind them of whenever they are refractory. They appear to be a set of merry, thoughtless beings,...towns, to which they resort when the time comes round. I observe that the town's people are continually railing at them; yet are exceedingly unhappy, if they...
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Belgravia, Volume 36

London (England) - 1878
...them of whenever they are refractory. They appear to be a set of merry, thoughtless beings, who In ugh in the midst of poverty, and who never want a quotation...towns, to which they resort when the time comes round. I observe that the town's-people are continually railing at them, yet are exceedingly unhappy if they...
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Belgravia: A London Magazine, Volume 36

1878
...thoughtless beings, who laugh in the midst of poverty, and who never want a quotation or a story 'j to recruit their spirits. When they get any money...towns, to which they resort when the time comes round. I observe that the town's-people are continually railing at them, yet are exceedingly unhappy if they...
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The Collected Works of William Hazlitt: Memoirs of Thomas Holcroft. Liber ...

William Hazlitt - Malthusianism - 1902
...his galley ; a circumstance which he does not fail to remind them of, whenever they are refractory. ' They appear to be a set of merry, thoughtless beings,...who are not well known in *****. I observe that the town's-people are continually railing at them : yet are exceedingly unhappy, if they fail to return...
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