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" I am even as unconcerned as was that honest Hibernian, who, being in bed in the great storm some years ago, and told the house would tumble over his head, made answer, " What care I for the house ? I am only a lodger. "
The works of Alexander Pope. With a selection of explanatory notes, and the ... - Page 192
by Alexander Pope - 1812
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Parallel Extracts Arranged for Translation Into English and Latin ..., Part 1

John Edwin Nixon - English language - 1874 - 80 pages
...unconcerned as was that honest Hibernian, who being25 in bed in the great storm some years ago, and47 told the house would tumble over his head, made answer, What care I for the house44 ! I am only a lodger. 20 I fancy4 it is the best time to die when one is in the best humour;...
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Typical selections from the best English authors, with introductory notices ...

English authors - 1876
...time, I am e'en as unconcerned as was that honest Hibernian, who being in bed in the great storm some years ago, and told the house would tumble over his...care I for the house ? I am only a lodger. I fancy 'tis the best time to die when one is in the best humour ; and so excessively weak as I now am, I may...
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Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ..., Volume 3

Robert Carruthers - English literature - 1879
...i,nd told the hou,e would tumble over his head, made nnswer: 'What care I for the nouss' ? I am onlv a lodger.' I fancy it is the best time to die when one is in the best hnraour ; and so excessively weak as I now am, I may say with conscience, that I am not ft all uneasy...
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Four Centuries of English Letters: Selections from the Correspondence of One ...

William Baptiste Scoones - English letters - 1880 - 573 pages
...time, I am e'en as unconscious as was that honest Hibernian, who, being in bed in the great storm some years ago, and told the house would tumble over his...time to die when one is in the best humour ; and so excessive weak as I now am, I may say with conscience that I am not at all uneasy at the thought that...
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Four Centuries of English Letters: Selections from the Correspondence of One ...

William Baptiste Scoones - English letters - 1880 - 573 pages
...time, I am e'en as unconscious as was that honest Hibernian, who, being in bed in the great storm some years ago, and told the house would tumble over his...time to die when one is in the best humour ; and so excessive weak as I now am, I may say with conscience that I am not at all uneasy at the thought that...
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Four Centuries of English Letters: Selections from the Correspondence of One ...

William Baptiste Scoones - English letters - 1880 - 573 pages
...time, I am e'en as unconscious as was that honest Hibernian, who, being in bed in the great storm some years ago, and told the house would tumble over his...the house. I am only a lodger.' I fancy it is the bast time to die when one is in the best humour; and so excessive weak as I now am, I may say with...
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Parallel Extracts Arranged for Translation Into English and Latin: With ...

John Edwin Nixon - Latin language - 1892 - 87 pages
...I am even as unconcerned as was that honest Hibernian47, who being25 in bed in the great storm some years ago, and told the house would tumble over his head, made answer, What care I for the house44 ! I am only a lodger. 20 I fancy4 it is the best time to die when one is in the best humour...
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Irish Wit & Humor: Containing the Best Sayings of All Irish Speakers and the ...

Irish wit and humor - 1908 - 151 pages
...that's the rayson." "ONLY A LODGER" An honest Hibernian, being in bed in a great storm, and told that the house would tumble over his head, made answer...' "What care I for the house ? I am only a lodger. ' ' PADDY AND THE HOTEL LIFT The Irishman who went up in the hotel-lift without knowing what it was,...
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Gems of Irish Wit and Humor

Bulls, Colloquial - 1906 - 160 pages
...you were ever at sea in your life." An honest Hibernian, being in bed in a great storm, and told that the house would tumble over his head, made answer : "What care I for the house? I am only a lodger." Polite Conductor — "Shall I help you to alight, madame ?" Miss Murphy — "Much obleeged, young man,...
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The Guardian

John Calhoun Stephens
...as unconcern'd as was that honest Hibernian, who (being in Bed in the great Storm some Years ago,2 and told the House would tumble over his Head) made Answer, What care 1 for the House? I am only a Lodger. 'I fancy 'tis the best time to die when one is in the best Humour,...
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