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" d the fame game before me ; that when he was clerk at the lottery-office, at billiards all the morning, and at hazard all the evening — therefore, fays... "
Notoriety: And Fifteen Others - Page 39
by Frederick Reynolds - 1793
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The Rage: a Comedy: As it is Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden ...

Frederick Reynolds - 1701-1800 - 1795 - 87 pages
...no never — Did I, Ready ? I recollected my father play 'd the fame game before, mej that when he was clerk at the lottery-office, at billiards all...the policy to conceal his tricks, and I the folly to ihew mine — heh ! I'm right — an't I, Ready ? Flufo. You villain !— is this your reformation?...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 16

1795
...— no, never— Did I, Ready ? I recdlefted my father played the fame game before me ; that when he was clerk at the lottery-office, at billiards all...and at hazard all the evening — therefore, fays 1, where's the difference ?— -none ! but that he had the policy to conceal his tricks, and I the...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1795
...1—no, never—Did I, Ready ? I recollefted my father played the fame game before me; that when he was clerk at the lottery-office, at billiards all the morning, and at hazard all the even* ing—therefore, fays 1, where's the difference?—none! but that he had the policy to conceal...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1795
...1—no, never—Did I, Ready ? I recollefted my father played the fame game before me; that when he was clerk at the lottery-office, at billiards all the morning, and at hazard all the even* ing—therefore, fays 1, where's the difference?—none! but that he had the policy to conceal...
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The Rage: a Comedy: As it is Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden ...

Frederick Reynolds - English drama (Comedy) - 1795 - 79 pages
...!—no never—Did I, Ready ? I recollected my father pi ay'd the fame game before, me; that when he was clerk at the lottery-office, at billiards all the morning, and at hazard all the evening—therefore, fays I, where's the difference ?—none ! but that he had the policy to conceal...
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The Man of Ten Thousand: A Comedy

Thomas Holcroft - 1796 - 88 pages
...no never — Did I, Ready ? I recollected my father play 'd the fame game before me ; that when he was clerk at the lottery-office, at billiards all...to fhew mine — heh ! I'm right — an't I, Ready ? Flufl). You villain ! — is this your reformation ? not even conceal your own faults, much more...
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The modern theatre: a collection of successful modern plays

Elizabeth Inchbald - English drama - 1811 - 346 pages
...!— no, never— did I, Ready ? I recollected my father play'd the same game before me ; that when he was clerk at the lottery-office, at billiards all...morning, and at hazard all the evening — Therefore, says I, where's the difference ? none, but that he had the policy to conceal his tricks, and I the...
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