Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 28 on Botchers left old clothes in the lurch, And fell to turn and patch the church ; Some....
" Botchers left old clothes in the lurch, And fell to turn and patch the church ; Some cried the covenant, instead Of pudding-pies and ginger-bread ; And some for brooms, old boots, and shoes, Bawled out to purge the Commons... "
Cobbett's Weekly Register - Page 779
1831
Full view - About this book

Cobbett's Political Register, Volumes 74-75

Great Britain - 1831
...by-gone events. His right bon. Fricuil had drawn a parallel between the reigns of Charles I. and William IV., but he might have rendered the picture and its...he said, that " Oyster-women locked their fish up, ( a And trudged away to cry ' No Bishop !' ' (Laughter.) In our own time their treatment had been even...
Full view - About this book

English History for Children

John Mason Neale - Great Britain - 1845
...grew worse and worse. Mobs went about the streets: all sorts of rabble cried out against Popery. " The oyster-women locked their fish up, And trudged away to cry " No Bishop !" As a clever poet who lived at the time tells us. And at last twelve Bishops agreed in signing a...
Full view - About this book

A Report of the Case of the Right Rev. R.D. Hampden, D.D., Lord Bishop Elect ...

Renn Dickson Hampden, Richard Jebb - Benefices, Ecclesiastical - 1849 - 518 pages
...lordships would not take a first step of a proceeding, in which the last must be of that description. " The oyster-women locked their fish up, " And trudged away to cry, No bishop. ' I do not know that similar causes may not produce, at all times, similar effects. Nor will your lordships...
Full view - About this book

Satire and Satirists: Six Lectures

James Hannay - Satire - 1854 - 276 pages
...•••••• When tinkers called aloud to settle Church-discipline for patching kettle ; The oyster-women locked their fish up, And trudged away to cry ' No bishop !' Botchers left old clothes in the lurch, And fell to turn and patch the Church. Some cried the Covenant...
Full view - About this book

Satire and satirists, 6 lectures

James Hannay - 1854
...• •••>•• When tinkers called aloud to settle Church-discipline for patching kettle ; The oyster-women locked their fish up, And trudged away to cry ' No bishop !' Botchers left old clothes in the lurch, And fell to turn and patch the Church. Some cried the Covenant...
Full view - About this book

Fraser's Magazine, Volume 53

Thomas Carlyle - Authors - 1856
...well-known passages : — Beside lie was a shrewd philosopher. And had read every text and gloss over. The oyster-women locked their fish up. And trudged away to cry ' No Bishop!' Ay me ! what perils do environ The man that meddles with cold iron. Such church must surely lie a monster...
Full view - About this book

The Quarterly review, Volume 101

1857
...this time ! — ' When tinkers bawled aloud to settle Church-discipline for patching kettle, — The oyster-women locked their fish up, And trudged away to cry no bishop ! Botchers left old clothes in the lurch, And fell to turn and patch the Church. Some cried the Covenant,...
Full view - About this book

New Monthly Magazine, Volume 110

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Thomas Hood, Theodore Edward Hook, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1857
...them some precious load of books which it was death to possess."* For then, as in later years — The oyster-women locked their fish up, And trudged away to cry " No bishop ;" Botchers left old clothes in the lurch, And fell to turn and patch the Church. But this new-born...
Full view - About this book

The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 42

1857
...some precious load of books which it was death to possess."* For then, as in later years — " The oyster-women locked their fish up, And trudged away to cry ' No bishop ;' Butchers left old clothes in the lurch, And fell to turn and patch the Church." But this new-born...
Full view - About this book

Lectures and Essays on Various Subjects: Historical, Topographical, and Artistic

William Sidney Gibson - English essays - 1858 - 308 pages
...them some precious load of books which it was death to possess."* For then, as in later years — The oyster-women locked their fish up, And trudged away to cry "No bishop;" Botchers left old clothes in the lurch, And fell to turn and patch the Church. But this new-born zeal...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download PDF