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" I will think for you, my dear. What do you say to John?" " Oh no, Mr. Easy, such a common name. "
Mr. Midshipman Easy - Page 12
by Frederick Marryat, Rafael Sabatini - 1998 - 352 pages
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The Metropolitan, Volume 16

English literature - 1836
...brute creation, by giving him a Christian name which, from its peculiar brevity, has been monopolized by all the dogs in the county. Any other name you...think for you, my dear. What do you say to John?" " О no! Mr. Easy, such a common name." " A proof of its popularity, my dear. It is scriptural —...
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Mr. Midshipman Easy

Frederick Marryat - English fiction - 1860 - 405 pages
...brute creation by giving him a Christian name which, from its peculiar brevity, has been monopolized by all the dogs in the county. Any other name you please, my dear, but in this one instance yon must allow me to lay my positive veto." " Well, then, let me see— but I'll think of it, Mr. Easy...
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Mr. midshipman Easy

Frederick Marryat - 1885
...fields or plantations ; you want and you call him. Instead of your child, what do you find? Why, a dozen curs at least who come running up to you, all answering...instance you must allow me to lay my positive veto.' 1 Well, then, let me see—but I'll think of it, Mr. Easy ; my head aches very much just now.' ' I...
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Mr. Midshipman Easy

Frederick Marryat - 1896
...or plantations ; you want and you call him. Instead of your child, what do you find ? Why, a dozen curs at least, who come running up to you, all answering...you please, my dear, but in this one instance you nust allow me to lay my positive veto." " "Well, then, let me see — but I'll think of it, Mr Easy...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 24

Charles Dudley Warner - Literature - 1897
...brute creation by giving him a Christian name which, from its peculiar brevity, has been monopolized by all the dogs in the county. Any other name you...will think for you, my dear. What do you say to John ? " "Oh no, Mr. Easy, — such a common name!" " A • proof of its popularity, my dear. It is Scriptural...
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Library of the World's Best Literature: A-Z

Charles Dudley Warner - 1902
...brute creation by giving him a Christian name which, from its peculiar brevity, has been monopolized by all the dogs in the county. Any other name you...will think for you, my dear. What do you say to John ? " u Oh no, Mr. Easy, — such a common name!" "A proof of its popularity, my dear. It is Scriptural...
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Library of the world's best literature, ancient and modern, Volume 24

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George Henry Warner - Literature - 1902
...brute creation by giving him a Christian name which, from its peculiar brevity, has been monopolized by all the dogs in the county. Any other name you...my positive veto." "Well, then, let me see — but 111 think of it, Mr. Easy: my head aches very much just now." * I will think for you, my dear. What...
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Mr. Midshipman Easy

Captain Marryat - 1906
...christian name which, from its peculiar brevity, has been monopolised by all the dogs in the country. Any other name you please, my dear, but in this one...will think for you, my dear. What do you say to John ?' 'Oh no, Mr. Easy, such a common name.' 'A proof of its popularity, my dear. It is scriptural—we...
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