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" Of course he spoke with an Irish brogue. Of course he had been in the army. In ten minutes he pulled out an Army Agent's account, whereon his name was written. A few months after we read of him in a police-court. "
London Society - Page 151
1888
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THE CORNHILL MAGAZINE

SMITH - 1862
...ten minutes he pulled out an army agent's account, whereon his name was written. A few months after we read of him in a police court. How had I come to...spirits and water I know I did: but that is a mere qu'bble of words. I was not surprised when he spoke in an Irish brogue. I had had cognizance of him...
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William Makepeace Thackeray - 1873 - 592 pages
...ten minutes he pulled out an Army Agent's account, whereon his name was written. A few months after we read of him in a police court. How had I come to...divine him ? Nothing shall convince me that I have not scen that man in the world of spirits. In the world of spirits and water I know I did : but that is...
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Masterpieces of English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - American literature - 1880 - 638 pages
...ten minutes he pulled out an army agent's account, whereon his name was written. A few months after we read of him in a police court. How had I come to know him, to divine him? 295 Nothing shall convince me that I have not seen that man in the world of spirits. In the world of...
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Complete Works

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1881
...ten minutes he pulled out an Army Agent's account, whereon his name was written. A tVir months after we read of him in a police court. How had I come to...have not seen that man in the world of spirits. In tinworld of spirits and water I know I did: but that is a mere quibble of words. I was not surprised...
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Roundabout Papers: (from the Cornhill Magazine) To which is Added The Second ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1883 - 642 pages
...ten minutes he pulled out an Army Agent's account, whereon his name was written. A few months after we read of him in a police court. How had I come to...that man in the world of spirits. In the world of spirits-and-water I know I did : but that is a mere quibble of words. I was not surprised when he spoke...
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Roundabout Papers: (From the Cornhill Magazine) To which is Added, The ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1884 - 642 pages
...convince me that I have not seen that man in the world of spirits. •In the world of spirits-and-water I know I did: but that is a mere quibble of words....an Irish brogue. I had had cognizance of him before somebow. Who has not felt that little shock which arises when a person, a place, some words in a book...
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, Volume 22

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1885
...Agent's account, whereon his name was written. A few months after we read of him in a police-court. How had I come to know him, to divine him ? Nothing...surprised when he spoke in an Irish brogue. I had had cognisance of him before somehow. Who has not felt that little shock which arises when a person, a...
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Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - American literature - 1886 - 638 pages
...ten minutes he pulled out an army agent's account, whereon his name was written. A few months after we read of him in a police court. How had I come to know him, to divine him? 195 Nothing shall convince me that I have not seen that man in the world of .spirits. In the world...
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Roundabout Papers: And Little Travels and Road-side Sketches

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1887 - 367 pages
...Agent's account, whereon his name was written. A few months after we read of him in a police-court. How had I come to know him, to divine him? Nothing...surprised when he spoke in an Irish brogue. I had had cognisance of him before somehow. Who has not felt that little shock which arises when a person, a...
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Studies in English Literature: Being Typical Selections of British and ...

William Swinton - English literature - 1887 - 638 pages
...ten minutes he pulled out an army agent's account, whereon his name was written. A few months after we read of him in a police court. How had I come to know him, to divine him?:yt Nothing shall convince me that I have not seen that man in the world of spirits. In the world...
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