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" ... strong guard of the farmer and his dairy-maid, to the master's house. Upon his absolute refusal to discover his associates, the pedagogue undertook to lash him out of his fidelity, but finding it impossible to scourge the secret out of him, he at... "
The Connoisseur - Page 115
1767 - 255 pages
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The Connoisseur. By Mr. Town, Critic and Censor-general. ...

Mr. Town - 1767
...engaged in robbing an orchard, who was unfortunately taken prifoner in an apple-tree, and condufted, under the ftrong guard of the farmer and his dairy...to his father who told him he was ruined, and was goinoto difmherit him for not betraying his fchoolfellows. I muft own I am not fond of thus drubbing...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1802
...impossible to scourge the secret out of him, he at last gave him up for an obstinate villain, and sent him to his father, who told him he was ruined, and was going to disinherit him for not betraying his school. fellows. I must own I am not fond of thus drubbing our...
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The British Essayists: The Connoisseur

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1802
...impossible to scourge the secret out of him, he at last gave him up for an obstinate villain, and sent him to his father, who told him he was ruined, and was going to disinherit him for not betraying his schoolfellows. I must own I am not fond of thus drubbing our youth...
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The Life and Posthumous Writings of William Cowper: With an ..., Volume 2

William Hayley - 1803
...apple-tree, and conducted, under the ftrong guard of the farmer and his dairy-maid, to the mafter's houfe. Upon his abfolute refufal to difcover his aflbciates,...father, who told him he was ruined, and was going to difinherit him for not betraying his fchool-fellows. I muft own I am not fond of thus drubbing our...
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Select British Classics, Volume 30

English literature - 1803
...out.df-.ijs£tJe>jtJR;, ble to scourge the secret out of him, he at last gave him up for an obstinate villain, and sent him to his father, who told him he was ruined, and was going to disinherit him for not betraying his school-fellows. I must own I am not fond of this drubbing our...
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The Life, and Posthumous Writings, of William Cowper, Esqr: With ..., Volume 2

William Hayley - 1803
...impossible to scourge the secret out of him, he at last gave him up for an obstinate villain, and sent him to his father, who told him he was ruined, and was going to disinherit him for not betraying his school-fellows. I must own I am not fond of thus drubbing our...
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The life and posthumous writings of William Cowper, by W. Hayley ...

William Cowper - 1806
...impossible to scourge the secret out of him, he at last gave him up for1 an obstinate villain, and sent him to his father, who told him he •was ruined, and was going to disinherit him for not betraying his school-fellows. I must own I am not fond of thus drubbing our...
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The British Essayists: Connoisseur

Lionel Thomas Berguer - English essays - 1823
...impossible to scourge the secret out of him, he at last gave him up for an obstinate villain, and sent him to his father, who told him he was ruined, and was going to disinherit him for not betraying his schoolfellows. I must own I am not fond of thus drubbing our youth...
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The British Essayists: Connoisseur

James Ferguson (advocate.) - English essays - 1823
...impossible to scourge the secret out of him, he at last gave him up for an obstinate villain, and sent him to his father, who told him he was ruined, and was going to disinherit him for not betraying his school-fellows. I must own I am not fond of thus drubbing our...
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The works of William Cowper; his life and letters by W. Hayley, ed. by T.S ...

William Cowper - 1835
...impossible to scourge the secret out of him, he at last gave him up for an obstinate villain, and sent him to his father, who told him he was ruined, and was going to disinherit him for not betraying his schoolfellows. I must own I am not fond of thus drubbing our youths...
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