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" I'll go to bed;" she made no reply, and I went to bed; and .whatever possessed her I know no more than the child unborn, but I hadn't been in bed many minutes before she rushed into the room, and pulled me, bed, bedstead, and all, slap into the middle... "
More Mornings at Bow Street: A New Collection of Humorous and Entertaining ... - Page 37
by John Wight - 1827 - 264 pages
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The Rambler's Magazine: Or, Fashionable Emporium of Polite ..., Volume 2

1823
...with my wife, talking tolerably quiet, and at last, about ten o'clock, ' Mary,' I said, ' I, think I'll go to bed." She made no reply, and I went to...bed many minutes before she rushed into the room and polled me—- bed, bedstead, and all — slap into the middle of the floor ! Lord .bless you, Sir!...
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The Good-fellow's Calendar, and Almanack of Perpetual Jocularity: Containing ...

Almanacs, English - 1826 - 344 pages
...with my wife, talking tolerably quiet, aud, at last, about ten o'clock, Mary, said I, I think 1'll go to bed. She made no reply, and I went to bed ; and whatever possessed her I know not, more than the child unborn; but I hadn't been in bed many minutes before she rushed into the room,...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 55

1885
...fire with my wife, talking tolerably quiet, and at last, about ten o'clock, ' Mary,' said I, ' 1 '11 go to bed.' She made no reply, and I went to bed ;...possessed her I know no more than the child unborn, but I had n't been in bed many minutes before she rushed into the room, and pulled me, bed, bedstead, and...
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