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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 Medico-pharmaceutical Critic and Guide, Volume 12

1909
...some quarters as a cause and not as a result of poverty. My keg is but low, I confess, Gaffer Gray ; What then? While it lasts, man, we'll live. "The poor...moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, Well-a-day!" — Thomas Holcroft. (From "Hugh Trevor.") The Special Editor of the Outlook. One of the reasons why...
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Psychology of the spoken word

Delbert Moyer Staley - Elocution - 1914 - 370 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...Of his morsel a morsel will give, — Well-a-day!" PART III FORMS OF POETRY 7. Didactic Poetry DIDACTIC poetry is that form of poetry which aims chiefly...
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Annual Register, Volume 36

Edmund Burke - History - 1806
...year, And 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...moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give, Well-a-day! IMPROMPTU. y -,' IMPROMPTU. IN systems as much out of sense as of season Tom Pain names this age as...
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Godey's Magazine, Volumes 20-21

Louis Antoine Godey, Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - Costume - 1840
...need, or learned their value, by the labour of acquiring them ? The old song says feelingly, " 'Tis the poor man alone. When he hears the poor moan, Of his morsel, a morsel will give." In such gifts, however humble, there is more true charity than in the costly donations of pride, listening...
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The London Magazine, Volume 19

John Scott, John Taylor - English literature - 1827
...alms from the feeling referred to in the simple touching lines of the Robin Grey of Holcroft :— " The poor man alone, When he hears the poor moan, Of his morsel a morsel will give." Beyond regard for the lives of the poor, as I have before observed, we are as void of sympathy with...
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