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" His grace always gave them a dinner at the conclusion of the season, and his parting toast was, May as many of us as remain unhanged next spring, meet here again. "
Willis's Current Notes: A Series of Articles on Antiquities, Biography ... - Page 41
by George Willis - 1854
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Some Account of London, Volume 1

Thomas Pennant - London (England) - 1813 - 660 pages
...time. His grace always gave them a dinner at the conclusion of the season, and his parting toast was, May as many of us as remain unhanged next spring, meet here again. I remember the facetious Quin telling this story at Bath, within the hearing of the late lord Chesterfield,...
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Illustrations, Critical, Historical, Biographical, and ..., Volume 3

Richard Warner - 1824
...His Grace always gave them a dinner at the conclusion of the season ; and his parting toast was, ' May as many of us as remain unhanged next spring, meet here again.' I remember," adds Mr. Pennant, " the facetious Quin telling this story at Bath, within the hearing...
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Random Records, Volume 1

George Colman - Actors - 1830
...and combustion were superadded, to checquer the old lion of the season, and his parting toast was " May as many of us as remain unhanged next spring meet here again." I remember the facetious QUIN telling this story at Bath. Lady Mary Wortley Montague alludes to the...
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London, Volumes 1-2

Charles Knight - London (England) - 1841
...visits, and gave here the annual feast to his pendables, at which his standing parting toast was—" May as many of us as remain unhanged next spring meet here again." Previous to 1737 Marybone Gardens were open to the public; after that year, ^cording to Malcolm, "...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 11

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1847
...time. His Grace always gave them a dinner at the conclusion of the season, and his parting toast was, " May as many of us as remain unhanged next spring, meet here again.' I remember the facetious Quin telling this story at Bath, within the hearing of the late Lord Chesterfield,...
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Literary and Historical Memorials of London, Volume 1

John Heneage Jesse - Historic buildings - 1847
..." His Grace always gave them a dinner at the conclusion of the season, and his parting toast was, ' May as many of us, as remain unhanged next spring, meet here again."'" Mary-le-bone gardens are perhaps now principally remembered as being the scene of one of Macheath's...
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and ..., Volumes 3-4

Anna Maria Hall - 1847
...His Grace always gave them a dinner at the conclusion of the season, and his parting toast was,' Slay as many of us as remain unhanged next spring, meet here again.' I remember the facetious Quin telling this story at Bath, within the hearing of the late Lord Chesterfield,...
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Sharpe's London Magazine of Entertainment and Instruction, for ..., Volume 3

1847
...(írace always gave them a dini.cr at the conclusion of the season, and his parting toast was, ' Hay as many of us as remain unhanged next spring, meet here again.' I remember the facetious (Juin telling this story at Bath, within the hearing of the late Lord Chesterfield,...
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The British Metropolis in 1851: A Classified Guide to London : So Arranged ...

Great Exhibition - 1851 - 299 pages
...and where John Sheffield, Duke of Buckingham, gave an annual feast, his parting toast at which was, * May as many of us as remain unhanged, next spring, meet here again." The leases expired in 1811 ; and then an Act was obtained to form a park, and let out the adjoining...
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London, Volumes 5-6

Charles Knight - London (England) - 1851
...time. His grace always gave them a dinner at the conclusion of the season, and his parting toast was,' May as many of us as remain unhanged next spring, meet here again.'"f Among the many sins laid to the authors of the Palace, it is curious to find the choice of...
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