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" A lazy Dog! When I took him the time before, I told him what he would come to if he did not mend his Hand. This is Death without Reprieve. I may venture to Book him. [writes] For Tom Gagg, forty Pounds. "
Bell's British Theatre,: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays ... - Page 6
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The Beggar's Opera: Its Predecessors and Successors

Frank Kidson - Ballad opera - 1922 - 109 pages
...active and industrious you may satisfy her that I'll soften the evidence.' Tom Gagg is denounced as a 'lazy dog' — 'when I took him the time before,...to book him (writes) "For Tom Gagg forty pounds."' The message sent to Betty Sly is that he will save her from transportation 'for I can get more by her...
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Our Dramatic Heritage: The eighteenth century

Philip George Hill - Drama - 1987 - 308 pages
...you may satisfy her that I'll soften the Evidence. FILCH. Tom Gagg, Sir, is found guilty. PEACHUM. A lazy Dog! When I took him the time before, I told...Death without Reprieve. I may venture to Book him. [Wn'to;.] For Tom Gagg, forty Pounds. Let Betty Sly know that I'll save her from Transportation, for...
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The Beggar's Opera: An Opera in Three Acts

John Gay, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Dion Boucicault - 18?? - 45 pages
...guilty. Peach. A lazy dog ! When I took him, the tim╗ before, I told him what he would come to, if ho did not mend his hand. This is death without reprieve. I may venture to book him (writrs); fur Tom Gag, forty pounds. Let Betty íSly know, that I'll save her from transportation,...
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