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" Well, having thus wooed Miss M'Flimsey, and gained her, With the silks, crinolines, and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder At least in the property, and the best right To appear as its escort by day and by night; And... "
The Quarterly Magazine of the Independent Order of Odd-Fellows, Manchester Unity - Page 299
1858
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NOTHING TO WEAR

William Allan B - 1857
...wooed Miss M'Flimsey and gained her, With the silks, crinolines, and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder At least in the...grand ball — Their cards had been out a fortnight And set all the Avenue on the tiptoe — I considered it only my duty to call, And see if Miss Flora...
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The Poets of the Nineteenth Century

Robert Aris Willmott, Evert Augustus Duyckinck - American poetry - 1858 - 616 pages
...wooed Miss M'Flimsey and gained her, With the silks, crinolines, and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder At least in the...by day and by night ; And it being the week of the STUCKUP'S grand ball — Their cards had been out a fortnight or so, And set all the Avenue on the...
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Titan, Volume 27

English literature - 1858
...Miss M'Flimsey, and gained her, M With the silks, crinolines, and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder At least in the...the best right To appear as its escort by day and by niglit : And it being the week of the STUUKUPS' grand ball— Their cards had been out a fortnight...
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Nothing to Wear: An Episode of City Life : from Harpers Weekly

William Allen Butler - American poetry - 1862 - 68 pages
...wooed Miss M'Flimsey and gained her, With the silks, crinolines, and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder At least in the...grand ball — Their cards had been out a fortnight 01 so, 26 Nothing to Wear. And set all the Avenue on the tiptoe — I considered it only my duty to...
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The comic song book, ed. by J.E. Carpenter

Joseph Edwards Carpenter - Humorous songs - 1863 - 276 pages
...M'Flimsey I gained, With all the fine dresses that to it pertained, So I thought in the property I'd the best right To appear as its escort by day and...And it being the week of the Stuckups' grand ball, I considered it only my duty to call, As the cards had been out for a fortnight or so, To see if Miss...
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The Book of Humorous Poetry

Humorous poetry - 1867 - 464 pages
...woo'd Miss M'Flimsey and gain'd her, With the silks, crinolines, and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder At least in the...or so, And set all the Avenue on the tiptoe — I consider'd it only my duty to call, And see if Miss Flora intended to go. I found her — as ladies...
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Cyclopędia of Wit and Humor, Volume 1

Wayne E. Burton - Wit and humor - 1867
...wooed Miss M'FIimscy and gained her, With the silks, crinolines, and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder At least in the...grand ball — Their cards had been out a fortnight or во, And set all the Avenue on the tiptoe— I considered it only my duty to call, And see if Miss...
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The Garland of Poetry for the Young: A Selection in Four Parts

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - 1868
...crinolines, and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder, At least, of the property, and the best right To appear as its...by day and by night ; And it being the week of the STUCKTJPS' grand ball— Their cards had been out a fortnight or so, And set all the Avenue on the...
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Barton's Comic Recitations and Humorous Dialogues: Designed for School ...

Jerome Barton - Humorous recitations - 1871 - 180 pages
...wooed Miss M'Flimsey and gained her, With the silks, crinolines and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder At least in the...night : And it being the week of the Stuckups' grand hall -т Their cards had been out for a fortnight or so, And set the Avenue on the tiptoe— I considered...
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Poems

William Allen Butler - American poetry - 1871 - 263 pages
...wooed Miss M'Flimsey and gained her, With the silks, crinolines, and hoops that contained her, I had, as I thought, a contingent remainder At least in the...by day and by night ; And it being the week of the STUCKUP'S grand ball, — Their cards had been out a fortnight or so, And set all the Avenue on the...
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