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" I fell upon my knees, begged his worship's pardon, and began to give a full account of all that I knew of my breed, seed, and generation; but, though I gave a very... "
Satirical,humourous & Familiar Pieces: Prose [No] 1-[2?]. - Page 9
1795
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The citizen of the world; or, Letters from a Chinese philosopher ..., Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1810
...killed the hare, and was bringing it away in triumph, when the justice himself met me : he called me a villain ; and collaring me, desired I would give an account of myself. I began immediately to give a full account of all that I knew of my breed, seed, and generation ; but,...
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Essays

Oliver Goldsmith - 1765 - 236 pages
...you have on't? " I killed the hare, and was bringing it away " in triumph, when the juftice himfelf met " me : he called me a poacher and a villain ; " and collaring me, defired I would give an " account of myfelf: I fell upon my knees, " begged his worfhip's pardon, and...
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Annual Register, Volume 9

Edmund Burke - 1767
...will you have on't? I killed the hare, and was bringing it away in triumph, when the juftice himfelf met me : he called me a poacher and a villain ; and collaring me, defired I would give an account of myfelf: I fell upon my knees, begged his Worfhip's pardon, and began...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Dr. Goldsmith: Containing All His Essays and Poems

Oliver Goldsmith - 1792 - 286 pages
...you have on't ? I kill'd the hare, and " was bringing it away in triumph, when the juf" tice himfelf met me : he called me a poacher and " a villain; and, collaring me, defired I would " give an account of myfelf. 1 fell upon my knees, " begged his WorihipXpardon, and...
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The Prose epitome; or, Extracts, elegant, instructive, and entertaining ...

1792 - 456 pages
...well, what will you have on't ? I killed the hare, and was bringing it away, when the juftice himfelf met me ; he called me a poacher and a villain ; and, collaring me, defired 1 would EÍVC an account of myfclf. I fell upon my knees, begged his worlhip's pardon, anil...
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The Britannic magazine; or entertaining repository of heroic ..., Volume 1

...called me a poacher and a villain; and, collaring me, defired I would give an account of myfelf. myfelf. I fell upon my knees, begged his worship's pardon, and began to give a full account of all that I knew of my breed, feed, and generation ; but, though I gave a very true account, the jnflice...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1793
...you have on't ? I. -killed the hare, and was bringing it away in triumph, when the juillet himfelf met me : he called me a poacher and a villain ; and collaring me, defired I would give an account of myfelf : I fell upon my knees, begged his wor. {hip's pardon, and...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose, Volume 2

Vicesimus Knox - 1797
...well, what will you have o'nt ? I killed the hare, and was bringing it away, when the juftice himklf met me ; he called me a poacher and a villain ; and, collaring me, delired I would give an account of myfelf. I fell upon my knees, begged his worihip's pardon, and began...
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The English instructor; or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose ...

English instructor - 1801 - 258 pages
...believe the devil put it in my head to fling my stick at it : ' well , what will you have on't ? I killed the hare , and was bringing it away, when...worship's pardon , and began to give a full account of all that I knew of my breed, seed, and generation ; but , though I gave a very true account , the justice...
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A Mirror for the Female Sex: Historical Beauties for Young Ladies, Intended ...

Mrs. Pilkington (Mary) - 1804 - 238 pages
...as I had tucked it under my coat, who should I have the misfortune to meet, but the justice himself! He called me a poacher and a villain ; and collaring me, desired I would give an account of my breed, seed, and generation : and though I gave a true account of myself, the justice doubted it...
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