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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 Literary Reader: For Academies and High Schools: Consisting of ...

Arethusa Hall - Readers - 1851 - 408 pages
...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 morsel, a morsel will give, Well-a-day!" SIR WILLIAM JONES. 1746 — 1794. It is as " an oriental scholar and legislator, an enlightened lawyer...
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Recollections of a Literary Life: Or, Books, Places, and People, Volume 1

Mary Russell Mitford - American literature - 1852 - 558 pages
...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...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...
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Recollections of a Literary Life: Or, Books, Places and People, Volume 1

Mary Russell Mitford - Authors - 1852 - 558 pages
...all for the flush and the lair, Well-a-day !" "My keg is but low, I confess, Gaffer Gray: What then1 While it lasts, man, we'll live." " The poor man alone,...hears the poor moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, TVell-a-day !" This author, so gifted, so various, and so laborious, one of the most remarkable of...
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Recollections of a Literary Life: Or, Books, Places and People

Mary Russell Mitford - American literature - 1852 - 558 pages
...Well-a-day !" " My keg is but low, I confess, Gaffer Gray: What thenl While it lasts, man, we'll livve." " The poor man alone, When he hears the poor 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...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 71

Scotland - 1852
...she said, ' the ribels should attack us in our retrate.' " What says the quaint old song? that — 1' The poor man alone, when he hears the poor moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, Well-a-day ! " It were a libel to adopt the sentiment to its full extent, when we witness the large measure of...
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Recollections of a Literary Life

Mary Russell Mitford - Authors - 1855 - 558 pages
...all for the flash and the fair, Well-a-day !" " My keg is but low, I confess, Gaffer Gray: What thenl While it lasts, man, we'll live." " The poor man alone,...moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, Well-a-day !" This author, BO gifted, so various, and so laborious, one of the most remarkable of self-educated...
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The book of popular songs, ed. by J.E. Carpenter

Joseph Edwards Carpenter - 1858
...year, Are all for the flush and the fair. Well-a-day!" " My keg is but low, I confess, Gaffer Grey. What then ? while it lasts, man, we'll live." " The...moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give. Well-a-day!" HERE'S A HEALTH TO ALL GOOD LASSES. Here's a health to all good lasses, Pledge it merrily, fill your...
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Physiology of education: mental, moral, and social facts

William Moore Wooler - 1860
...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 be hears the poor moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, Well-a-day!" Mr. H., believing that all men...
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Poets' Wit and Humour

English poetry - 1861 - 277 pages
...year, Are all for the flush and the fair, Well-a-day!" My keg is but low, I eonfess, Gaffer Gray ; What then ? While it lasts, man, we'll live. " The...moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, Well-a-day!" CUPID MISTAKEN. WILLIAM THOMPSON. ENUS whipt Cupid t'other day, For having lost his bow and quiver...
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Poets' Wit and Humour

English poetry - 1861 - 277 pages
...new year, Are all for the flush and the fair, Well-a-day!" My keg is but low, I eonfess, Gaffer Gray; What then ? While it lasts, man, we'll live. " The poor man alone, When he hears the poor moau, Of his morsel a morsel will give, Well-a-day!" CUPID MISTAKEN. WILLIAM THOMPSON. ENUS whipt Cupid...
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