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" Indeed, Mr. Caudle, I shall wear 'em. No, sir, I'm not going out a dowdy to please you or anybody else. Gracious knows, it isn't often that I step over the threshold ; indeed, I might as well be a slave at once — better, I should say. But when I do... "
Punch - Page 109
1845
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The Living Age, Volume 5

1845
...should say. But when I do go out, Mr. Caudle, I choose to go as a lady. Oh ! thai rain — if il is n'l enough to break in the windows. " Ugh ! I do look...forward with dread for tomorrow ! How I am to go to moiher's I 'm sure I can't tell. But if I die, I '11 do it. No, sir ; I won't borrow an umbrella. No;...
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The Hemans Reader for Female Schools: Containing Extracts in Prose and Poetry

Timothy Stone Pinneo - Readers (Secondary) - 1847 - 480 pages
...a slave at once: better, I should say; but when I do go out, Mr. Caudle, I choose to go as a ]ady. Oh! that rain! if it isn't enough to break in the windows. Ugh ! I look forward with dread for to-morrow ! How I am to go to mother's, I'm sure I can't tell, but if I...
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Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures

Douglas Jerrold - English wit and humor - 1851 - 142 pages
...this. My gown and bonnet will be spoilt quite* Needn't I wear 'em then 1 Indeed, Mr> Caudle, I shall wear 'em. No, sir, I 'm not going out a dowdy to please...to mother's I 'm sure I can't tell. But if I die, I 'll do it. No, sir ; I won't borrow ah umbrella. No ^ and you shan't buy one. ( With great emphasis.)...
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The Writings of Douglas Jerrold: Mrs. Caudle's curtain lectures. The story ...

Douglas William Jerrold - 1852
...be a slave at once, — better, I should say. But when I do go out, Mr. Caudle, I choose to go like a lady. Oh ! that rain — if it isn't enough to break...with dread for to-morrow ! How I am to go to mother's I'm sure I can't tell. • But if I die, I'll do it. No, sir ; I won't borrow an umbrella. No ; and...
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The writings of Douglas Jerrold. Collected ed, Volume 3

Douglas William Jerrold - 1852
...be a slave at once, — better, I should say. But when I do go out, Mr. Caudle, I choose to go like a lady. Oh ! that rain — if it isn't enough to break...with dread for to-morrow ! How I am to go to mother's I'm sure I can't tell. But if I die, I'll do it. No, sir ; I won't borrow an umbrella. No ; and you...
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Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures: The Story of a Feather, and The Sick Giant ...

Douglas Jerrold - English literature - 1852 - 323 pages
...once,—better, I should say. But when I do go out, Mr. Caudle, I choose to go like a lady. Oh ! that rain—if it isn't enough to break in the windows. " Ugh! I...with dread for to-morrow ! How I am to go to mother's I'm sure I can't tell. But if I die, I'll do it. No, sir; I won't borrow an umbrella. No ; and you...
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The Humorous Speaker: Being a Choice Collection of Amusing Pieces, Both in ...

Humorous recitations - 1853 - 408 pages
...yes, and that 's what you lent the umbrella for. Of course ! 'em then 1 Indeed, Mr. Caudle, I shall wear 'em. No, sir ; I 'm not going out a dowdy to...if it isn't enough to break in the windows. Ugh ! I look forward with dread for to-morrow ! How I am to go to mother's I 'm sure I can't tell, but if I...
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Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lectures

Douglas Jerrold - 1854 - 156 pages
...spoilt quite. Needn't I wear 'em then ? Indeed, Mr. Caudle, I shall wear 'em. No, sir, I'm not going aut a dowdy to please you or anybody else. Gracious knows...windows. Ugh! I do look forward with dread for tomorrow ! But if I die, I'll do it. No, sir ; I won't borrow an umbrella. No ; and you shan't buy one. (With...
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The Science and Art of Elocution and Oratory: Containing Specimens of the ...

Worthy Putnam - Elocution - 1858 - 407 pages
...Caudle, I choose to go as a lady. 9. O, that rain — if it is't enough to break in the windows ! Ugh ! I look forward with dread for to-morrow. How I am to go to mother's, I am sure I can't tell ; but if I die, I'll do it. No, sir ; I won't borrow an umbrella — no, and you...
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The National Fifth Reader: Containing a Treatise on Elocution, Exercises in ...

Richard Green Parker, James Madison Watson - Readers (Elementary) - 1863 - 600 pages
...slave at once : better, I should say ; but when I do go out, Mr. Caudle, I choose to go as a lady. 6. Oh ! that rain — if it isn't enough to break in the windows. Ugh ! I look forward wife dread for to-morrow ! How I am to go to mother's, I'm sure I can't tell ; but if...
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