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" OUT something, perhaps rather rash, Quite innocent though ; but, to use an expression More striking than classic, it ' settled my hash,' And proved very soon the last act of our session. ' Fiddlesticks is it, Sir ? I wonder the ceiling Doesn't fall down... "
The Quarterly Magazine of the Independent Order of Odd-Fellows, Manchester Unity - Page 300
1858
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NOTHING TO WEAR

William Allan B - 1857
...have worn it three times at the least calculation, And that and the most of my dresses are ripped up!" Quite innocent, though; but, to use an expression...Doesn't fall down and crush you — oh, you men have no feeling, You selfish, unnatural, illiberal creatures, Who set yourselves up as patterns and Your silly...
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Nothing to Wear: An Episode in City Life

William Allen Butler - Clothing and dress - 1857 - 68 pages
...that and the most of my dresses are ripped up !" Here I ripped OUT spmething, perhaps rather rash, » Quite innocent, though; but, to use an expression...Doesn't fall down and crush you — oh, you men have no feeling, You selfish, unnatural, illiberal creatures, Who set yourselves up as patterns and preachers....
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Titan, Volume 27

English literature - 1858
...that and the most of my dresses are ripped up !' Here I RIPPED OUT something, perhaps rather rash, Quite innocent though ; but, to use an expression...Doesn't fall down and crush you ;— oh, you men have no feeling, You selfish, unnatural, illiberal creatures, Who set yourselves up as patterns and preachers...
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The Poets of the Nineteenth Century

Robert Aris Willmott, Evert Augustus Duyckinck - American poetry - 1858 - 616 pages
...that and the most of my dresses are ripped up !" Here / ripped out something, perhaps rather rash, Quite innocent, though ; but, to use an expression...Doesn't fall down and crush you — oh, you men have no feeling, You selfish, unnatural, illiberal creatures, Who set yourselves up as patterns and preachers....
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The Cyclopędia of Wit and Humor: Containing Choice and Characteristic ...

William Evans Burton - Wit and humor - 1859
...Here I ripped ост something, perhaps rather rash. Quite innocent, though; but to use an eipr<v sion More striking than classic, it "settled my hash,"...Doesn't fall down and crush you — oh, you men have no feeling, You selfish, unnatural, illiberal creatures, Who set yourselves up as patterns and preachers....
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Dictionary of Americanisms: A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded ...

John Russell Bartlett - Americanisms - 1859 - 524 pages
...I keep in ! — Mrs. Slowe, Dred, Vol. I. p. 272. Here I ripped out something, perhaps rather rash, Quite innocent, though ; but, to use an expression...it settled my hash, And proved very soon the last of our session. Butler, Nothing to Wear. To RIP-RAP. To make a foundation of stones thrown together...
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Dictionary of Americanisms: A Glossary of Words and Phrases Usually Regarded ...

John Russell Bartlett - Americanisms - 1860 - 524 pages
...Vol. I. p. 272. Here I ripped ont something, perhaps rather rash, Qnite innocent, thongh ; hnt, to nse an expression More striking than classic, it settled my hash, And proved very soon the last of onr session. Bntler, Nothing to Wear. To RIP-RAP. To make a fonndation of stones thrown together...
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Nothing to Wear: An Episode of City Life : from Harpers Weekly

William Allen Butler - American poetry - 1862 - 68 pages
...of my dresses are ripped up!" Here I ripped OUT something, perhaps rather rash, 40 Nothing to Wear. Quite innocent, though; but, to use an expression...Doesn't fall down and crush you — oh, you men have no feeling, You selfish, unnatural, illiberal creatures, Who set yourselves up as patterns and preachers....
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The Book of Humorous Poetry

Humorous poetry - 1867 - 464 pages
...that and the most of my dresses are ripped up !' Here I ripp'd OUT something, perhaps rather rash, Quite innocent, though ; but to use an expression...last act of our session. ' Fiddlesticks, is it, sir 1 I wonder the ceiling Doesn't fall down and crush you. Oh, you men have no feeling ! You selfish,...
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Cyclopędia of Wit and Humor, Volume 1

Wayne E. Burton - Wit and humor - 1867
...More striking than classic, it " settled my bash," And proved very soon the last act of our se-sioa. "Fiddlesticks, is it, Sir? I wonder the ceiling Doesn't fall down and crush you — oh, you men have no feeling, You selfish, unnatural, illiberal creatures. Who set yourselves up as patterns and preachers....
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