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" to the Bailiff, and volontiers brutal, yet I will make him pay it every fous—And I, faid the foldier, have fifteen livres in my pocket; befides two louis that I lent to a poor farmer to enable him to pay the taxes, and which he will repay me when he... "
A View of Society and Manners in France, Switzerland, and Germany: With ... - Page 120
by John Moore - 1783 - 440 pages
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Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels, and Discoveries ...

William Fordyce Mavor - Discoveries in geography - 1797 - 280 pages
...ajierfon in ppwer, we ihall make him pay ; * eve. 1QO ->IOORE'S VIF.W OF SOCIETY every fous." " And I," faid the foldier, « have fifteen livres in my pocket; befides, two louisd'ors, that I lent to a poor farmer, to enable him to difcharge the taxes, and which he will repay...
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An Historical Account of the Most Celebrated Voyages, Travels ..., Volume 16

William Fordyce Mavor - Discoveries in geography - 1803
...in my pocket: besides two louis d'ors, that I lent to a poor farmer, to enable him to discharge his taxes, and which he will repay me when he is able." " You see, Sir," said Fanchon to me, "that we are not quite objects of compassion. May we not be happy, my...
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A General Collection of Voyages and Travels from the Discovery of ..., Volume 19

William Fordyce Mavor - 1809
...livres in my pocket; besides, two louis-d'ors, that I lent to a poor farmer, to enable him to discharge the taxes, and which he will repay me when he is able." " You see, Sir," said Fanchon to me, " that we are not quite objects of compassion. May we not be happy,...
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The life of John Moore, M. D. A view of society and manners in France ...

John Moore, Robert Anderson - English literature - 1820
...will make him pay it every sous.—And I, said the soldier, have fifteen livres in my poket; besides two louis that I lent to a poor farmer to enable him...taxes, and which he will repay me when he is able. You see, sir, said Fanchon to me, that we are not objects of compassion. May we not be happy, my good friend,...
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Miscellaneous selections and original pieces: in prose and verse ...

Edoardo Garello - 1821 - 228 pages
...in my pocket; besides two Jouis d'ors, that I lent to a poor farmer, to enable him to discharge his taxes, and which he will repay me when he is able." " You see sir," said Fauohon to me, "that we are not quite objects of compassion. May we not be happy my...
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Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain, Volume 3

John Ruskin - Aesthetics - 1873
...fifteen livres in my pocket, besides two louis that I have lent to a poor farmer to enable him to pay taxes, and which he will repay me when he is able.' "' You see, Sir,' said Fanchon to me, ' that we are not objects of compassion. May we not be happy, my good...
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Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain, Volume 3

John Ruskin - Aesthetics - 1873
...fifteen livres in my pocket, besides two louis that I have lent to a poor farmer to enable him to pay taxes, and which he will repay me when he is able.' "' You see, Sir,' said Fanchon to me,' that we are not objects of compassion. May we not be happy, my good...
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Pearls for Young Ladies: By John Ruskin

John Ruskin, Louisa Caroline Tuthill - Conduct of life - 1878 - 287 pages
...fifteen livres in my pocket, besides two louis that I have lent to a poor farmer to enable him to pay taxes, and which he will repay me when he is able.' , "'You see, sir,' said Fanchon to me, 'that we are not objects of compassion. May we not be happy, my good...
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The Complete Works of John Ruskin, Volume 7

John Ruskin - Art - 1891
...fifteen livres in my pocket, besides two louis that I have lent to a poor farmer to enable him to pay taxes, and which he will repay me when he is able.' " ' You see, Sir,' said Fanchon to me, ' that we are not objects of compassion. May we not be happy, my good...
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The Universal Magazine, Volumes 64-65

Literary Criticism - 1779
...dockings. Befides, my uncle has two hundred livres of mine in his hands, and although he is brether-in-law to the Bailiff*, and « volontiers brutal,' yet I...taxes, and which he will repay me when he is able. You lee, Sir, faid Fanchon to me, that we are not objeiU of compafllon.—May we not be happy, my good...
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