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" They sup in our cup. They dip in our dish. They sit by our fire. We find them in the dye-fat, wash-bowl, and powdering tub. They share with the butler in his box. They have marked and sealed us from head to foot. "
The people's blue book, taxation as it is, and as it ought to be [by C ... - Page 525
by Charles Tennant - 1862
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The World's Great Classics

Timothy Dwight - 1899
...fire ; we find them in the dye-fat, the wash bowls, and the powdering tub. They share with the cutler in his box. They have marked and sealed us from head to foot." But in spite of these expedients the Treasury would have remained unfilled had not the King persisted...
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History of England from the Accession of James I. to the Outbreak of the ...

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1899
...the 1 CJ ii. 32. 2 gillie, i. 273. dye-vat, wash-bowl, and powdering-tub ; they share with the butler in his box, they have marked and sealed us from he'ad to foot. . . . They have a vizard to hide the brand made by that good law in the last Parliament of King James...
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The Cambrian, Volume 20

Welsh - 1900
...in the dye-vat and wash-bowl. They have marked and scarred us from head to foot. They will not vote us a pin; we may not buy our own clothes without their brokerage; they are leeches that have sucked the commonwealth so hard that it has almost become hectical....
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The Power-Holding Class Versus The Public.

The Brotherhood of Liberty, Newport, Rhode Island - 1900
...fire. We find them in the dye-fat, washbowl, and powdering-tub. They share with the butler in his box. They will not bate us a pin. We may not buy our clothes without their brokerage. These are the leeches which have sucked the commonwealth so hard that...
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The Power-holding Class Versus the Public: Imaginary Dialogue of McKinley ...

Imaginary conversations - 1900 - 301 pages
...fire. We find them in the dye-fat, washbowl, and powdering-tub. They share with the butler in his box. They will not bate us a pin. We may not buy our clothes without their brokerage. These are the leeches which have sucked the commonwealth so hard that...
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The world's best orations: from the earliest period to the present ..., Volume 4

David Josiah Brewer, Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1901
...sit by our fire, we find them in the dye-vat, washbowl, and powdering tub. They share with the butler in his box; they have marked and sealed us from head...may not buy our own clothes without their brokage; these are the leeches that have sucked the Commonwealth so hard that it is almost become hectical;...
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The cyclopedia of oratory: a handbook of authorities on oratory as an art ...

W. V. Byars - 1901 - 557 pages
...sit by our fire, we find them in the dye-vat, washbowl, and powdering tub. They share with the butler in his box ; they have marked and sealed us from head...may not buy our own clothes without their brokage; these are the leeches that have sucked the commonwealth so hard that it is almost become hectical;...
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The handbook of oratory: a cyclopedia of authorities on oratory as an art ...

William Vincent Byars - Oratory - 1901 - 533 pages
...sit by our fire, we find them in the dye-vat, washbowl, and powdering tub. They share with the butler in his box ; they have marked and sealed us from head...may not buy our own clothes without their brokage; these are the leeches that have sucked the commonwealth so hard that it is almost become hectical;...
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Rariora: Being Notes of Some of the Printed Books, Manuscripts, Historical ...

John Eliot Hodgkin - Collectors and collecting - 1902
...Box (/). They have marked (g) (/) Patent for Cards and jii/\iT-ri-n ^ •- r. , Dice. and sealed (g) us from Head to Foot. Mr. Speaker, they will not bate us a pin (A). We may (f) Beavcrs^Feiis, Bone- nQt jjuy our Qwn C]oaths wjthout their Brokerage," etc. The print...
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Orations from Homer to William McKinley, Volume 4

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1902
...on our fire, we find them in our dye-fat, wash-bowl, and powdering-tub, they share with the butler in his box, they have marked and sealed us from head to foot, we may not buy our cloth without their brokerage; these are the leeches that have sucked the commonwealth,...
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