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" I asked him for it again, he downrighl. refused me; and so I told him to give me another — and he did, very civilly ; he gave me his own ; and they beat in such unison, that I don't think either of us will be sorry for the change as long as we exist.... "
Notoriety: And Fifteen Others - Page 12
by Frederick Reynolds - 1801
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The Anti-Jacobin Review and Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly ..., Volume 23

Literature, Modern - 1806
...fea-▀we ; and who fliould pick it up but a f<weet,rude, delightful . Do you know [that] when I, ajked him for it again, he downright refufed me; and fo...him to give me another — and he did very civilly, for he gave me his own ; and they beat in fuch unii'on, that I don't think either of us will [ib.au]...
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The modern theatre: a collection of successful modern plays

Elizabeth Inchbald - English drama - 1811 - 346 pages
...sweet, rude, delightful — Do you know, when I asked him for it again, he downrighl. refused me; and so I told him to give me another — and he did, very civilly ; he gave me his own ; and they beat in such unison, that I don't think either of us will be sorry for the change as long as we exist. Mrs...
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