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Page 1 - fore Gad, you must be civil! "Plague on't! 'tis past a jest — nay prithee, pox! "Give her the hair" — he spoke, and rapp'd his box.
Page 5 - Look yonder, that hale, well-looking puppy ! You ungrateful scoundrel, did not I pity you, take you out of a great man's service, and show you the pleasure of receiving wages ? Did not I give you ten, then fifteen, now twenty shillings a week to be sorrowful ? and the more I give you, I think the gladder you are.
Page 33 - He taught us how to live; and, oh! too high The price of knowledge, taught us how to die.
Page 143 - Scripture was written for our admonition, on whom the ends of the world are come.
Page 16 - ... whosoever commands the sea commands the trade; whosoever commands the trade of the world commands the riches of the world, and consequently the world itself.
Page 94 - Matter must end on some Fashion or other : So Jove told the Gods he had made a Decree, That Figg should hit Sutton a stroke on the Knee. Tho' Sutton, disabled as soon as he hit him, Would still have fought on, but Jove would not permit him.
Page 94 - Seem'd to make on the Stage a new kind of Twilight ; And the Gods, without doubt, if one could but have feen 'em, Were peeping there thro
Page 143 - Away with the wicked before the king, And away with the wicked behind him ; His throne it will bless With righteousness, And we shall know where to find him.