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" My dear Mr. Mouse, Pray what may you please for to want in my House?' Says the Mouse, 'Mr. Miser, pray keep yourself quiet, You are safe in your Person, your Purse, and your Diet: A Lodging I want, which ev'n you may afford, But none wou'd come here to... "
Life's painter of variegated characters in public and private life - Page 79
by George Parker - 1800
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The Student: Or, The Oxford and Cambridge Monthly Miscellany, Volume 2

Education - 1751
...you pleafe for to want in my houfe ? Says the Moufe " Mr. Mifer, pray keep yourfelf quiet, " You are fafe in your perfon, your purfe, and your diet: "...lodging I want, which ev'n you may afford, '.' But none wou'd come here to beg, borrow, or board." HORACE, Ode 7. Book i. IMITATED. MO ST of thofe rambling...
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The midwife: or, The old woman's magazine

Midwife, Christopher Smart - 1751
...pleafe for to want in my Houfe ? Says the Moufe, " Mr. Mifer, pray keep yourfelf quiet, ** You are fafe in your Perfon, your Purfe and your Diet, " A...Lodging I want, which ev'n you may afford, «* But none wou'd come here to beg, borrow, or board. *Tbe MIDWIFE'S POLITICKS : Or, Gofftp's Chrenlcle efthe Affair...
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The Jester's Magazine: Or, The Monthly Merrymaker

Humor - 1767
...** You are fafe in your Perfon, your " Purie, and your Diet : 11 A Lodging I want, which cv'n you 14 may afford ; " But none would come here to beg, « borrow or board " A *****. ÂGAЛ Colkftion of Favourife New Songs. с гл xi /a -VT rv Ye Virgins that hear, learn...
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The Oxford Magazine: Or, Universal Museum, Volumes 6-7

1771
...pleafe for to xvant in my houfc?" Says the Moufe, " Mr. Mifer, pray keep yourfelf quiet, You are fate in your perfon, your purfe, and your diet: A lodging I want, which you cv'n may afford, But none would come here to beg, borrow, or board." To FRIENDSHIP. On feeing Timon...
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Annual Register, Volume 15

Edmund Burke - History - 1773
...you pleafe for to want in my houfe ?" Says the Moufe, " Mr* Mifer, pray keep1 yourfelf quiet, You aie fafe in your perfon, your purfe, and your diet : A...But none would come here to beg, borrow, or board." IMPROMPTU, by Mr. HORACE WALPOLE, an feeing the Dutchefi of Queenflury 'walk at the Princeft Dtrwager...
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The Festival of Wit; Or, Small Talker: Being a Collection of Bon Mots ...

G*** K*** (summer resident at Windsor.) - Wit and humor - 1793 - 416 pages
...what may you pleafe for to want in my Says the Moufe, " Mr. Mifer, pray keep yourfelf quiet. You are fafe in your perfon, your purfe, and your diet; A lodging I want, which e'en you may afford, But none would come here to beg, borrow, or board." fke folloi'.'ing excellent...
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Select epigrams

Select epigrams - 1797
...for to want in my " houfe ? " Says the Moufe, " Mr. Mifer, pray keep yourfelf " quiet ; f' You are fafe in your perfon, your purfe, and your " diet: " A lodging I want, which e'en you may afford ; " But none would come here to beg, borrow, or " board." VOL, i. C '34 ] EPIGRAM,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1800
...yourfel'f quiet, You are fafe in your.perfoi>, your purfe, and your diet : A lodging I want, which even you may afford, But none would come here to beg, borrow, or board.1' . IMPROMTU, by Mr. HORACE WALPOLE, eh feeing the Ducbcfs <f %ueenßury walk at the Princefs...
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The bagman's bioscope

William Bayley (of Yorkshire.) - 1824 - 365 pages
...yourself quiet, You are safe in your person, your purse, and your dirt ; A lodging I want, which e'en you may afford, But none would come here to beg, borrow, or board." 29l for clr\ tiuic, m . pounds, i compliou ness of i than maki •• had many • ties for « always...
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The Poetical Note-book and Epigrammatic Museum: Containing More Than One ...

English poetry - 1824 - 383 pages
...yourself quiet, You are safe in your person, your purse, and your diet ; A lodging 1 want, which e'en you may afford, But none would come here to beg, borrow, or board." THE ENGLISH UNIVERSITIES. 'Tis no wonder that Oxford and Cambridge abound In such excellent stores...
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