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Bentley's Miscellany - Page 529
by Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1837
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The Ingoldsby Legends Or Mirth and Marvels

Thomas Ingoldsby, George Cruikshank, John Leech - 1840 - 338 pages
...worse ! • The day was gone, The night came on, The monks and the friars they search' d till dawn ; When the Sacristan 'saw, On crumpled claw, Come limping...your hand ; His eye so dim, So wasted each limb, That 's the scamp that has done this scandalous thing ! That 's the thief that has got my Lord Cardinal's...
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The Ingoldsby Legends; Or, Mirth and Marvels, Volume 1

Thomas Ingoldsby - 1852
...the worse ! The day was gone, The night came on, The Monks and the Friars they search'd till dawn; When the Sacristan saw, On crumpled claw, Come limping...seem'd to be turn'd the wrong way ;— His pinions droop'd—he could hardly stand,— His head was as bald as the palm of your hand ; His eye so dim,...
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The Ingoldsby legends: or, Mirth and marvels

Thomas Ingoldsby - English wit and humor - 1852 - 320 pages
...the worse 1 The day was gone, The night came on, The Monks and the Friars they search'd till dawn ; When the Sacristan saw, On crumpled claw, Come limping a poor little lame Jackdaw 1 No longer gay, As on yesterday ; His feathers all seem'd to be turn'd the wrong way ; — His pinions...
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The Ingoldsby legends; or, Mirth and marvels, by Thomas Ingoldsby. With a ...

Richard Harris Dalton Barham - 1856
...the worse ! The day was gone, The night came on, The Monks and the Friars they eearch'd till dawn; When the Sacristan saw, On crumpled claw, Come limping...stand,— His head was as bald as the palm of your hand; TTia eye so dim, So wasted each limb, That, heedless of grammar, they all cried, "THAT HIM I—- That's...
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The Patriotic Speaker: Consisting of Specimens of Modern Eloquence, Together ...

Robert Raikes Raymond - Recitations - 1864 - 524 pages
...worse ! The day was gone, The night came on, » The monks and the friars they searched till dawn ; When the sacristan saw, On crumpled claw, Come limping...! No longer gay, As on yesterday, His feathers all seemed to be turned the wrong way; His pinions drooped — he could hardly stand — His head was as...
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The Ingoldsby legends; or, Mirth and marvels, Volume 1

Thomas Ingoldsby, Richard Harris Dalton Barham - Poetry - 1866
...the worse I The day was gone, The night came on, The Monks and the Friars they search'd till dawn; When the Sacristan saw, On crumpled claw, Come limping...head was as bald as the palm of your hand ; His eye BO dim, So wasted each limb, That, heedless of grammar, they all cried, " THAT nnt !— That's the...
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The Ingoldsby legends; or, Mirth and marvels, by Thomas Ingoldsby. Carmine ed

Richard Harris Barham - 1867
...the worse I The day was gone, The night came on, The Monks and the Friars they search 'd till dawn ; When the Sacristan saw, On crumpled claw, Come limping a poor little lame Jackdaw I No longer gay, As on yesterday ; His feathers all seem'd to he turn'd the wrong way ; — His pinions...
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The Garland of Poetry for the Young: A Selection in Four Parts, Volumes 1-2

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - English poetry - 1868
...the worse ! The day was gone, The night came on, The monks and the friars they search'd till dawn ; When the Sacristan saw, On crumpled claw, Come limping...No longer gay, As on yesterday ; His feathers all seemed to be turned the wrong way ; His pinions drooped — he could hardly stand — His head was...
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The Garland of Poetry for the Young: A Selection in Four Parts

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - History - 1868
...feathers all seemed to be turned the wrong way ; His pinions drooped — he could hardly stand — Hia head was as bald as the palm of your hand ; His eye so dim, So wasted each limb That, regardless of grammar, they all cried : " THAT'S HIM ! That's the scamp that has done this scandalous...
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The Bentley ballads: comprising The Tipperary hall ballads, now first ...

Ballads, English - 1869 - 312 pages
...the worse ! The day was gone, the night came on, The Monks and the Friars they search'd till dawn ; When the Sacristan saw, on crumpled claw, Come limping...seem'd to be turn'd the wrong way ; — His pinions droop' d — he could hardly stand, — His head was as bald as the palm of your hand ; His eye so...
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