The Devil Upon Two Sticks in England: Being a Continuation of Le Diable Boiteux of Le Sage, Volume 1

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Printed at the Logographic Press and sold by J. Walter, 1790
 

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Page 153 - Jed him fuch a life, that he abfolutely wifhes to publiih the fatisfaftion he feels at being rid of her,— by thus adapting his exterior appearance to the joy of his heart.—He has, however, ordered a large bunch of black crape to be tied round the neck of the dog which follows him,—who was occafionalJy favoured by a kind word from his late miftrefs,—and is, therefore, the only one of the family who has any caufe whatever to regret her.
Page 152 - He has lately loft his wife;— nay, it was but laft week that he configned her with all that philofophy which marks a wife man, to the tomb of her anceftors.
Page 82 - D 5 ever ever uttered by it, for it was taken from the body of a young man who had been dumb from his birth.
Page 256 - Houfes of Parliament; the gaols, and Bedlam ;—the courts of law, and the infernal regions.

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