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" I do not like thee, Doctor Fell; The reason why I cannot tell; But this I know and know full well. I do not like thee. Doctor Fell! "
Side Lights on the Bench and Bar of Chester County - Page 237
by Wilmer W. MacElree - 1918 - 433 pages
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The Fame and Glory of England Vindicated: Being an Answer to "The Glory and ...

Peter Brown - Great Britain - 1842 - 301 pages
...grown up workmen, when it never was intended to reach them at all. The author should confess at once " I do not like thee, Doctor Fell, The reason why I cannot tell, But this I'm sure, I know full well, I do not like thee, Doctor Fell." Regulating of wages, punishments for...
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The Animal Kingdom: Considered Anatomically, Physically, and Philosophically

Emanuel Swedenborg - Animal colonies - 1843
...of the reasons which were adduced for the change. The state delineated in the well-known lines — " I do not like thee, Doctor Fell, The reason why, I cannot tell ; But this alone I know full well, I do not like thee, Doctor Fell," — this state was the moving cause of it....
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Diaries and Correspondence of James Harris, First Earl of Malmesbury, Volume 4

James Howard Harris Earl of Malmesbury, James Howard Harris Malmesbury (3d Earl of) - Europe - 1844
...noble Lord's (Temple) dislike to Ministers put him in mind of the parody of two lines in Martial — " I do not like thee, Doctor Fell, The reason why, I cannot tell ; But this I 'm sure I know full well, I do not like thee, Doctor Fell." Addington went hy the nickname of the Doctor....
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The Animal Kingdom: Considered Anatomically, Physically, and Philosophically

Emanuel Swedenborg - Animal colonies - 1844
...of the reasons which were adduced for the change. The state delineated in the well-known lines — " I do not like thee, Doctor Fell, The reason why, I cannot tell ; But this alone I know lull well, I do not like thee, Doctor Fell," — this state was the moving cause of it....
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The Foreign Quarterly Review, Volumes 36-37

Literary Criticism - 1846
...expressed after the formula which condemned the well-known unpopular Dean of Christ-church : — " I do not like thee, Doctor Fell ; The reason why,...know full well, I do not like thee, Doctor Fell." And this is tho way an Italian censor gives his verdict of condemnation. The general tone and spirit...
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The Life of the Rt. Hon. Canning

Robert Bell - Statesmen - 1846 - 368 pages
...exhausted his wit upon Addington, and threw the House into convulsions by his parody on Martial : " I do not like thee, Doctor Fell, The reason why, I cannot tell ; But this I'm sure I know full well, I do not like thee, Doctor Fell." What did Addington care whether Sheridan...
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The Columbian Magazine, Volumes 5-6

John Inman, Robert A. West - Publishers and publishing - 1846
...furnish the best key to character ! A wisdom philosophy cannot equal is vouchsafed to the true : " I do not like thee, Doctor Fell, The reason why I cannot tell." The fraileless are not unarmed. Every shadow is reflected on the white marble of the portico to the...
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New York Dissector: Quarterly Journal of Medicine, Surgery ..., Volume 1

Medical - 1848
...the reasons which were adduced for the change. The state delineated in the well-known lines — 11 I do not like thee. Doctor Fell, The reason why, I cannot tell ; But this ebne I know full well, 1 do not like thee, Doctor Fell/' — this plate was the moving cause of it....
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The King's college literary and scientific magazine [afterw.] King's college ...

London univ, King's coll
...to which several well-known English ones bear a strong family likeness. Every one knows the lines, " I do not like thee, Doctor Fell; The reason why, I cannot tell : But this I know, and that right well, I do not like thee, Doctor Fell." We may ask this epigram, in the words of Byron :...
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Niles' National Register, Volume 33

1828
...the language of melancholy propliccv, may he^ understood by this doggrel— "I do no'l like thee, Dr. Fell, "The reason why I cannot tell; "But this I know, and tliat full well, "I do not like Vhee, Dr. Fell?" The people of our country are not prepared to accept...
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