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" But the lumpy gentleman, unwilling to give it up, again madly said, 'ESKER/ and again spake no more. 'It merely referred/ Mr Podsnap explained, with a sense of meritorious proprietorship, 'to Our Constitution, Sir. We Englishmen are Very Proud of our... "
The Works of Charles Dickens - Page 60
1875
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 29

Henry Mills Alden - 1864
...Question." But the lumpy gentleman, unwilling to give it up, again madly said, "EsKEH," and again spake no more. "It merely referred," Mr. Podsnap explained,...proprietorship, "to Our Constitution, Sir. We Englishmen arc Very Proud of our Constitution, Sir. It Was Bestowed Upon Us By Providence. No Other Country is...
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Our Mutual Friend, Volume 1

Charles Dickens - 1865
...!" But the lumpy gentleman, unwilling to give it up, again madly *aid, " ESEER," and again spake no more. " It merely referred," Mr. Podsnap explained,...of our Constitution, Sir. It Was Bestowed Upon Us y Providence. No Other Country is so Favored as This Country.'' " And ozer countries ? — " the...
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Our Mutual Friend, Issue 1

Charles Dickens - 1865 - 320 pages
...Question." But the lumpy gentleman, unwilling to give it up, again madly said, "EsKER," and again spake no more. " It merely referred," Mr. Podsnap explained,...Proud of our Constitution, Sir. It Was Bestowed Upon UK By Providence. No Other Country is so Favored as This Country." " And ozer countries ? — " the...
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Our Mutual Friend, Volumes 1-2

Charles Dickens - Community and college - 1865 - 342 pages
...explained, with a sense of meritorious proprietorship, "to Our Constitution, Sir. We Englishmen ure Very Proud of our Constitution, Sir. It Was Bestowed...so Favored as This Country." "And ozer countries? — " the foreign gentleman was beginning, when Mr. Podsnap put him right again. "We do not say Ozer;...
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Our Mutual Friend, Volumes 1-2

1865
...Constitution, Sir. Wo Englishmen are Very Prond of our Constitution, Sir. It Was Bestowed Upon li N By Providence. No Other Country is so Favored as This Country." ••And ozer countries? — " the foreign gentleman was 'beginning, when Mr. Podsnap put him right again. '• We do not say...
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Tinsley's magazine, conducted by E. Yates

Edmund Hodgson Yates - 1867
...tears to the eyes of the * ' We Englishmen,' said Mr. Podsnap, ' are very proud of our Constitution. It was bestowed upon us by Providence. No other country is so favoured as this country. And.' added Mr. Podsnap, ' I would say that there is in the Englishman a...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1868
...Question." But the lumpy gentleman, unwilling to give it up, again madly said, " ZsKEE," and again spake no more. " It merely referred," Mr. Podsnap explained,...Bestowed Upon Us By Providence. No Other Country is so Favoured as This Country." "And ozer countries? — " the foreign gentleman was beginning, when Mr....
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Our Mutual Friend

1869
...said, " ESKER," and again spake no more. " It merely referred," Mr. Podsnap explained, with a Bense of meritorious proprietorship, " to Our Constitution,...so Fa-vored as This Country." "And ozer countries?" — the foreign gentleman was beginning, when Mr. Podsnap put him right again. " We do not say Ozer...
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OUR MUTUAL FRIEND

CHARLES DICKENS - 1876
...Question." But the lumpy gentleman, unwilling to give it up, again madly said, "ESKES," and again spaks no more. " It merely referred," Mr. Podsnap explained,...Other Country is so Favored as This Country." "And ozcr countries?—" the foreign gentleman was beginning, when Mr. Fodsuap put him right again. " We...
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Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 24

Charles Dickens - 1877
...give it up, again madly said, " ESKER," and again spake no more. " It merely referred," Mr Podanap explained, with a sense of meritorious proprietorship,...so Favored as This Country." " And ozer countries ? — " the foreign gentleman was beginning, when Mr Podsnap put him right again. " We do not say Ozer...
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