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" Nor dream'd of harm as he lay warm, In bed with Mrs. L g. Now in a fright, he ftarts upright, Awak'd by fuch a clatter ; He rubs both eyes, and boldly cries, For God's fake, what's the matter "
Judgments in the Admiralty of Pennsylvania. Poems - Page 168
by Francis Hopkinson - 1792
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The Columbian songster: Being a large collection of fashionable songs, for ...

American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress) - 1799 - 246 pages
...dreamt of harm, as he lay warm F Sir William he, fnug as a flea, In bed with Mrs. L g. Now in affright, he ftarts upright, Awak'd by fuch a clatter : He rubs...boldly cries,. " For God's fake what's the matter ?" 'At his bed fide, he then efpy'd Sir Erfkine at command, Sir, Upon one foot he had one boot, And...
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M'Fingal: A Modern Epic Poem, in Four Cantos

John Trumbull - United States - 1813 - 138 pages
...said the earth had quaked : Sir William he, snug as a flea, Lay all this time a snoring, Nor dreamt of harm, as he lay warm In bed with Mrs. L g. Now in a fright, he starts upright, Awak'd by such a clatter : He rubs both eyes, and boldly cries, " For God's sake what's...
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M'Fingal: A Modern Epic Poem, in Four Cantos

John Trumbull - United States - 1826 - 184 pages
...through the town half naked, Sir William he, snug as a flea, Lay all this time a snoricg, Nor dreamt of harm, as he lay -warm In bed with Mrs. L g. Now in a fright, he starts upright, Awak'd by such a clatter : He rubs both eyes, and boldly cries, " For God's sake what's...
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Kettell, Samuel: Specimens of American Poetry...

1829
...noise, Ran through the streets half naked. Sir William he, snug as a flea, Lay all this time a snoring, Nor dream'd of harm, as he lay warm, In bed with Mrs L g. Now in a fright he starts upright, Awaked by such a clatter ; He rubs both eyes, and boldly cries, Sir Erskine at command,...
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Specimens of American Poetry: With Critical and Biographical ..., Volume 1

Samuel Kettell - American poetry - 1829
...noise, Ran through the streets half naked. Sir William he, snug as a flea, Lay all this time a snoring, Nor dream'd of harm, as he lay warm, In bed with Mrs L g. Now in a fright he starts upright, Awaked by such a clatter ; He rubs both eyes, and boldly cries, " For God's sake, what's...
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Songs, Odes, and Other Poems, on National Subjects: Patriotic

William McCarty - National songs - 1842
...And girls and boys, with hideous noise, Sir William* he, snug as a flea, Lay all this time a snoring, Nor dream'd of harm, as he lay warm, In bed with Mrs. Loring. Now, in a fright, he starts upright, Awaked by such a clatter: He rubs both eyes, and boldly...
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Patriotic.-v.2. Naval.-v.3. Military

William McCarty - 1842
...And girls and boys, with hideous noise, Sir William* he, snug as a flea, Lay all this time a snoring, Nor dream'd of harm, as he lay warm, In bed with Mrs. Loring. Now, in a fright, he starts upright, Awaked by such a clatter: He rubs both eyes, and boldly...
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England Under the House of Hanover: Its History and Condition ..., Volume 2

Thomas Wright - Caricature - 1848
...through the town half naked. " Sir William," he, snug as a flea, Lay all this time a-snoring; Nor dreamt of harm, as he lay warm In bed with Mrs. L g. " Now, in a fright, he starts upright, Awak'd by such a clatter; He rubs both eyes, and boldly cries, 'For God's sake, what's...
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England under the house of Hanover; its history and condition ..., Volume 2

Thomas Wright - 1848
...through the town half naked. " Sir William,* he, snug as a flea, Lay all this time a-snoring; Nor dreamt of harm, as he lay warm In bed with Mrs. L g. " Now, in a fright, he starts upright, Awak'd by such a clatter; He rubs both eyes, and boldly cries, 'For God's sake, what's...
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The Cyclopędia of Wit and Humor: Containing Choice and Characteristic ...

William Evans Burton - Wit and humor - 1859
...noise. Ran through the streets half naked. Sir William he, snug as a flea, Lay all this time a snoring. Nor dream'd of harm, as he lay warm, In bed with Mrs. L g. Now in a fright he starts upright, Awaked by such a clatter; He rubs both eyes, and boldly cries, " For God's sake, what's...
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