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" His fat beeves and his beer And his merry new year Are all for the flush and the fair, Well-a-day !" " My keg is but low, I confess, Gaffer Gray : What then ? While it lasts, man, we'll live." " The poor man alone, When he hears the poor moan, Of his... "
The adventures of Hugh Trevor - Page 140
by Thomas Holcroft - 1794
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The Musical Banquet of Choice Songs

Songs, English - 1790 - 144 pages
...and the fair, " Well-a-day!" My keg is. but low I confefs, Gaffer Gray; What then, while it lafts, man, well live; The poor man alone; When he hears the poor moan, Of his morfel, a morfel will give,. Well-a-day! SALLY IN OUR ALLEY. OF all the girls that are fo fmart, There's...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1799
...and the fair, Well-a-day !" My keg is but low, I confefs, Gaffer Gray ; What, then, while it lafts, man, we'll live. The poor man alone, When he hears the poor moan. Of his morfel a morfel will give, Well-a-day ! 3 IMPROMPTU. IMPROMPTU. IN fyflems as much out of fenfe as...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 36

History - 1799
...and the fair, Well-a-day !" My keg is but low, I confefs, Gaffer Gray ; What, then, while it lafts, man, we'll live. The poor man alone, When he hears the poor moan, Of his morfel a morfel will give, Well-a-day ! • IMPROMPTU. IN fyftems as much out of fenfe as of feafon...
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Annual Register, Volume 36

History - 1806
...year, And all for the flush and the iair, Well-a-dayl" My keg is but low, 'I confess, Gaffer Gray ; , What, then, while it lasts, man, we'll live. The poor man alone, ,* When he hears the poor moan, Of lus ftorstl a morsel will glTc, Wcll-a-day ! IMPROMPTU. IMPROMPTU. IN systems as much out of sense...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volume 4

David Phineas Adams, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1807
...fair.' My keg is but low, I confess, Gaffer Gray ; What then — while it lasts, we will live. 'Tis the poor man alone, when he hears the poor moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, • Well-a-day ! THE BOSTON REVIEW FOR Л PHIL, 1807. ibrum tuum leg! £5" quam diligentlssime potui annotavi, сих...
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Memoirs of the Late Thomas Holcroft, Volume 2

Thomas Holcroft - 1816 - 320 pages
...' Are all for the flush and the fair, • Well-a-day !' My keg is but low, 1 confess, Gaffar-Gray ; What then ? While it lasts, man, we'll live. ' The...man alone, ' When he hears the poor moan, ' Of his morse] a morsel will give, ' Well-a-day !' CHAP. III. WE have hitherto beheld Mr. Holcroft only in...
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Memoirs of the Late Thomas Holcroft, Volume 2

Thomas Holcroft - 1816 - 320 pages
...Well-a-day !' My keg is but low, 1 confess, Gaffar-Gray ; What then ? . While it lasts, man, we'll lire. 'The poor man alone, ' When he hears the poor moan,...' Of his morsel a morsel will give, 'Well-a-day!' CHAP. III. WE have hitherto beheld Mr. Holcroft only in the light of an author, or as a private man...
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The Laughing Philosopher: Being the Entire Works of Momus, Jester of Olympus ...

English wit and humor - 1825 - 767 pages
...low, I confess, Gaffer Gray, What then? While it last», man, we'll live. " The ponr man alone, Wheu he hears the poor moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, Wcll-a-day." HoLCROFf. POVERTY DESIRABLE. Happy art thou, O man, who wast not born amidst the luxuries...
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The Churchman's companion, Volumes 13-14

1853
...modicum of honey. I trust the rich are grossly maligned, when Gaffer Gray is made to declare that — ' The poor man alone, when he hears the poor moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give ;' but it is beyond dispute that the poor man gives a great deal more than the rich, imparting as he...
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Recollections of a Literary Life: Or Books, Places and People

Mary Russell Mitford - Authors - 1851 - 558 pages
...for the flush and the fair, Well-a-day!" " My keg is but low, I confess, Gafl'er Gray: What then 7 While it lasts, man, we'll live." " The poor man alone,...moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, Well-a-day!" This author, so gifted, so various, and so laborious, one of the most remarkable of self-educated men,...
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