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" I'll tell you all about it. SONG DON ALHAMBRA (with DUKE, DUCHESS, CASiLDA, and LUIZ) I stole the Prince, and brought him here, And left him gaily prattling With a highly respectable gondolier, Who promised the Royal babe to rear, And teach him the trade... "
Original Plays: Comedy and tragedy. Gofferty's fairy. Rosencrantz and ... - Page 321
by William Schwenck Gilbert - 1908
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An entirely original comic opera in two acts, entitled The gondoliers, or ...

Arthur Sullivan - Operas - 1889 - 46 pages
...highly respectable gondolier, Who promised the Royal babe to rear, And teach him the trade of a timoneer With his own beloved bratling. Both of the babes were...doubt — No probable, possible shadow of doubt-, No possible doubt whatever. Time sped, and when at the end of a year 15 I dropped a Grand Inquisitor's...
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An entirely original comic opera in two acts, entitled The gondoliers, or ...

Arthur Sullivan - Operas - 1889 - 46 pages
...highly respectable gondolier, Who promised the Royal babe to rear, And teach him the trade of a timoneer With his own beloved bratling. Both of the babes were...manner of doubt — No probable, possible shadow of doubtNo possible doubt whatever. Time sped, and when at the end of a year I sought that infant cherished,...
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Songs of a Savoyard

William Schwenck Gilbert - 1891 - 173 pages
...highly respectable Gondolier, Who promised the Royal babe to rear, And teach him the trade of a timoneer With his own beloved bratling. Both of the babes were...considering all things, clever Of that there is no manner of doubtNo probable, possible shadow of doubt — No possible doubt whatever. Time sped, and when at the...
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Songs of a Savoyard

William Schwenck Gilbert - Songs with piano - 1894 - 130 pages
...highly respectable Gondolier, Who promised the Royal babe to rear, And teach him the trade of a timoneer With his own beloved bratling. Both of the babes were...of doubt — No probable, possible shadow of doubt — No possible doubt whatever. Time sped, and when at the end of a year I sought that infant cherished,...
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The Operas of Gilbert and Sullivan

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald, William Schwenck Gilbert, Sir Arthur Sullivan - 1894 - 248 pages
...highly respectable gondolier, Who promised the royal babe to rear, And teach him the trade of a timoneer With his own beloved bratling. Both of the babes were...of doubt — No probable, possible shadow of doubt — JVo possible doubt whatever. In the ' Gondoliers ' there is a trite familiar process, treated in...
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The Savoy Opera and the Savoyards

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - Operetta - 1894 - 248 pages
...highly respectable gondolier, Who promised the royal babe to rear, And teach him the trade of a timoneer With his own beloved bratling. Both of the babes were...of doubt — No probable, possible shadow of doubt — JVo possible doubt whatever. In the ' Gondoliers ' there is a trite familiar process, treated in...
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The Savoy opera and the Savoyards

Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald - 1894 - 248 pages
...respectable gondolier, Who promised the royal babe to rear, And teach him the trade of a timoneer \Vith his own beloved bratling. Both of the babes were strong...of doubt — No probable, possible shadow of doubt — Л'о possible doubt whatever. 202 their « girls ' by the aid of ' Blindman's Buff,' to this variation...
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The Merry Maker

Joel Chandler Harris - Children's poetry - 1902 - 389 pages
...And which the Royal stripling! Which was which he could never make out, Despite his best endeavor. Of that there is no manner of doubt — No probable, possible shadow of doubt — No possible doubt whatever. The children followed his old career— (This statement can't be parried)...
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The Bab Ballads: With which are Included Songs of a Savoyard

William Schwenck Gilbert - Ballads, English - 1904 - 563 pages
...— That Gondolier had perished ! A taste for drink, combined with gout, Had doubled him up for ever. Of that there is no manner of doubt — • No probable, possible shadow of doubtNo possible doubt whatever. But owing, I'm much disposed to fear, To his terrible taste for tippling,...
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Statistically Speaking: A Dictionary of Quotations

C.C. Gaither, Alma E Cavazos-Gaither - Mathematics - 1996 - 420 pages
...undoubtedly false. Gibbon, Edward The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire Notes: Chapter XXIV, 116 Of that there is no manner of doubt, No probable, possible, shadow of doubt, No possible doubt whatever. Gilbert, WS Sullivan, Arthur The Complete Plays of Gilbert and Sullivan...
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