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" Jif teen pence in the world. It is you that treat " me ill, not they. I am not duped, sir; and " I desire I may at least have the honour of " doing what I do with my eyes open. Go back " and look after them; give yourself no concern " about me: I shall... "
The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum - Page 167
1771
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The Controversial Letters of John Wilkes, Esq., the Rev. John Horne, and ...

John Wilkes - 1771 - 320 pages
...offer me a draft on " your banker for fifteen hundred pounds, when I know " you have nMff teen-pence in the world. It is you " that treat me ill, not they....honour of doing " what I do with my eyes open. Go buck and look " after them ; give yourfelf no concern about me: I " fhall aft in the fame manner as...
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The Political Register, and Impartial Review of New Books, Volume 8

1771
...me '." a draught on your Banker for fftttn bynAred pounds, when I ** know you have not fftetn-^ence in the world. It is you that treat me ill, not they. I am not duped, Sir, and I defire I may at leaft have the honour of doing what I do with my eyes open. Go back and look after them ; give yourfelf...
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Memoirs of John Horne Tooke: Interspersed with Original Documents, Volume 1

Alexander Stephens - 1813
...world. It is you that treat " me ill, not they. I am not duped, sir; and " I desire I may at least have the honour of " doing what I do with my eyes open. Go back " and look after them; give yourself no concern " about me: I shall act in the same manner as " if they had engaged with me. The...
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The Posthumous Works of Junius: To which is Prefixed, an Inquiry Respecting ...

Junius - 1829 - 450 pages
...offer me a draft on your banker for fifteen hundred pounds, when I know you have not fifteen pence in the world. It is you that treat me ill, not they. I am not duped, sir ; and I desire I may at least have the honor of doing what I do with my eyes open. Go back and look after them...
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