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" Rents would go down. Parties wouldn't be given any more. All the tradesmen of the town would be bankrupt. Wine, waxlights, comestibles, rouge, crinoline-petticoats, diamonds, wigs, LouisQuatorze gimcracks, and old china, park hacks, and splendid high-stepping... "
The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray - Page 175
by William Makepeace Thackeray - 1868 - 457 pages
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American Review : a Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and ..., Volume 8

1848
...wine, wax-lights, comestibles, crinoline-petticoats, diamonds, Louis-Quatorze gimcracka and old china, and splendid high-stepping carriage horses — all...things are made to go on pleasantly enough : we may abuse1 a man as much as we like, and call him the greatest rascal unhung — but do we wish to hang...
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Vanity Fair: A Novel Without a Hero

William Makepeace Thackeray - British - 1848 - 332 pages
...splendid high-stepping carriage horses — all the delights of life, I say, would go to the dence, if people did but act upon their silly principles,...forbearance, things are made to go on ; pleasantly enoitgh : we may abuse a man as ; much as wo like, and call him the greatest rascal unhung — but...
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Vanity Fair: A Novel Without a Hero

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1853 - 584 pages
...Wine, wax-lights, comestibles, rouge, crinoline-petticoats, diamonds, wigs, Louis-Quatorze-gimcracks, and old china, park hacks and splendid high-stepping...rascal unhung — but do we wish to hang him therefore 1 No. We shake hands when we meet. If his cook is good we forgive him, and go and dine with him ; and...
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Vanity Fair: A Novel Without a Hero

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1869 - 332 pages
...they dislike and abuse. Whereas, by a little charity anc mutual forbearance, things are made to go 01 pleasantly enough : we may abuse a man as much as we like, and call him the greatest rascal unhung—but do we wish to hang hin' therefore 1 No We shake hau ls wh« we meet. If his cook is good...
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The house of Raby; or, Our lady of darkness [by J.M. Hooper]. By mrs. G. Hooper

Jane Margaret Hooper - 1874
...keep some great man thy friend, but trouble him not for trifles." LOUD BCRLEIGH'S Advice to his Son. " All the delights of life, I say, would go to the deuce...forbearance, things are made to go on pleasantly enough." Vanity Fair. THE Fortescues and Mr. Morton were related to the Rabys of Carleton. Mr. Morton was the...
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Great Authors of All Ages: Being Selections from the Prose Works of Eminent ...

Samuel Austin Allibone - Authors - 1879 - 555 pages
...splendid high-stepping carriage horses, — all the delights of life, I sav, would go to the dcuce, wherei z/ Vim the greatest rascal unhung. — but do we wish to hang him therefore? No; we shake hands when we...
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Great Authors of All Ages: Being Selections from the Prose Works of Eminent ...

Samuel Austin Allibone - Authors - 1879 - 555 pages
...deuce, if people did but act upon their silly principles. nn<i avoid those whom they dislike and nbu>e. Whereas, by a little charity and mutual forbearance,...made to go on pleasantly enough : we may abuse a man ns much ns we like, and call him the greatest rascal unhung. — but do we wish to hang him therefore?...
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1881
...tradesmen of the town would be bankrupt. Wine, wax-lights, comestibles, rouge, crinoline petticoats, diamonds, wigs, Louis-Quatorze gimcracks, and old...much as we like, and call him the greatest rascal unhanged — but do we wish to hang him therefore ? No. We shake hands when we meet. If his cook is...
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Extracts from the Writings of W.M. Thackeray: Chiefly Philosophical and ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1881 - 395 pages
...china, park hacks, and splendid high-stepping carriage horses—all the delights of life, I say,—would go to the deuce, if people did but act upon their...much as we like, and call him the greatest rascal unhanged— but do we wish to hang him therefore ? No. We shake hands when we meet. If his cook is...
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Extracts from the Writings of W.M. Thackeray: Chiefly Philosophical and ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1882 - 395 pages
...man's hand would be against his neighbour in this case, my dear sir, .and the benefits of civilization would be done away with. We should be quarrelling,...much as we like, and call him the greatest rascal unhanged — but do we wish to hang him therefore ? No. We shake hands when we meet. If his cook is...
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