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" House had long settled the question, I thought it but decent, between me and you, That the two other Houses should settle it too. I need not remind you how cursedly bad Our affairs were all looking, when father went mad ; A strait waistcoat on him, and... "
Intercepted letters; or, The twopenny post-bag. To which are added, Trifles ... - 49. oldal
szerző: Thomas Moore - 1813 - 111 oldal
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The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection ..., 16. kötet

Stephen Jones - 1813
...remind you how cursedly bad Onr affairs were all looking, when Father went md j A strait-waistcoat on him, and restrictions on me, > A more LIMITED Monarchy could not well be. T was call'd upon then, in that moment of puzzle, To choose my own Minister—just as they muzzle A...

The Works of Thomas Moore, Esq, 5. kötet

Thomas Moore - 1825 - 6 oldal
...remind you how cursedly bad Our affairs were all looking, when Father went mad; A strait waistcoast on him, and restrictions on me, A more limited Monarchy...well be. I was call'd upon then, in that moment of puz« zle, To choose my own minister — just as they muzzle A playful young bear, and then mock his...

The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore Including His Melodies, Ballads, Etc ...

Thomas Moore - 1829 - 408 oldal
...remind you bow cursedly bad Our affaire were all looking when Father went mad ; A strait-waistcoat on him, and restrictions on me, — A more limited...was call'd upon then, in that moment of puzzle, To chuse my own minister — just as they muzzle A playful young bear, and then mock hi» disaster By...

The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, Including Melodies, Ballads, Etc

Thomas Moore - 1835 - 419 oldal
...not remind you how cursedly bad Our affairs were all looking when Father went mad; A strait-waistcoat on him, and restrictions on me, — A more limited...was call'd upon then, in that moment of puzzle, To chuse my own minister— just as they muzzle A playful young bear, and then mock his disaster By bidding...

The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore: Including His Melodies, Ballads, Etc ...

Thomas Moore - 1838 - 419 oldal
...remind you how cursedly bad Our affairs were all looking when Father went mad ; A strait-waistcoat on him, and restrictions on me, — A more limited...well be. I was call'd upon then, in that moment of puzile, To cmue my own minister— ju»t as they muzzle A playful young bear, and then mock his disaster...

The Poetical Works of Thomas Moore, 3. kötet

Thomas Moore - 1841
...me the following description of the state of both King and Regent, at that moment, — " A straight waistcoat on him, and restrictions on me, A more limited monarchy could not well be," grew rather provoked with me for not enjoying the fun of the parody as much as himself. While thus...

Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, 5. kötet

Henry Grattan - 1846
...Houses had prosed and divided, With all due appearance of thought and digestion, For though Hertford House had long settled the question, I thought it...me, A more limited monarchy could not well be. I was called upon then, in that moment of puzzle, To choose my own minister — just as they muzzle A playful...

Memoirs of the Life and Times of the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, 5. kötet

Henry Grattan - 1846
...Houses had prosed and divided, With all due appearance of thought and digestion, For though Hertford House had long settled the question, I thought it...on me, A more limited monarchy could not well be. 1 was called upon then, in that moment of puzzle, To choose my own minister — just as they muzzle...

The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by ..., 4. kötet

Robert Aspland - 1848
...remember how shockingly bad Our affairs were all looking, when father went mad. A strait-waistcoat on him and restrictions on me, A more limited monarchy could not well be." Among the charges against democratical governments, none would, at the present moment, be more strongly...

The Irish Quarterly Review, 2. kötet,1. rész

1852
...provoked a friend of his seemed, because he did not enjoy the fun of the satire, particularly the lines, " A strait waistcoat on him, and restrictions on me, A more limited monarchy could not well be," as fully as the other listeners. These were happy times, bright and glorious triumphs, won even amidst...




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