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" may I offer you a glass of brandy-and-water? " "Bedad, ye may," says he, "and I'll sing ye a song tu. "
London Society - Page 151
1888
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1899
...I said, "may I offer you a glass of brandy-and-water ? " " Bedad, ye may," says he, "and I'll ting ye a song tu." Of course he spoke with an Irish brogue....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 1 Nothing shall convince...
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English Composition: A Manual of Theory and Practice

Leslie Cope Cornford - English language - 1900 - 225 pages
...unknown regions, 'Sir,' I said, 'may I offer you a glass of brandy-and- water ?' — 0 ' Bedad, ye may,' says he, ' and I'll sing ye a song tu.' Of course...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 shall convince...
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English Essays

Charles Lamb, Joseph Addison, Oliver Goldsmith, William Makepeace Thackeray - English essays - 1902 - 240 pages
...met in unknown regions, " sir," I said, " may I offer you a glass of brandy and water ? " " Bedad ye may" says he, " and I'll sing ye a song tu." Of course...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 shall convince...
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Selections from The Book of Snobs, Roundabout Papers, and Ballads

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1902 - 169 pages
...in unknown regions, " sir," I said, " may I offer you a glass of brandy-and- water ? " " Bedad, ye may," says he, " and I'll sing ye a song tu." Of course...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 shall convince...
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English Essays

Charles Lamb, Joseph Addison, Oliver Goldsmith, William Makepeace Thackeray - English essays - 1902 - 240 pages
...sir," I said, " may I offer you a glass of brandy and water ? " " Bedad ye may" says he, " and Til sing ye a song tu." Of course he spoke with an Irish...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 shall...
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, Volume 12

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1903
...I said, " may I offer you a glass of braudy-and-water ? " " Bedad, ye may," says he, "and I'll ting ye a song tu." Of course he spoke with an Irish brogue....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 shall convince...
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William Makepeace Thackeray

Charles Whibley - BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY - 1903 - 262 pages
...had met in unknown regions—'Sir,' I said, 'may I offer you a glass of brandy-and-water?' 'Bedad, ye may,' says he, 'and I'll sing ye a song tu.' Of course...an Irish brogue. Of course he had been in the army. . . . How had I come to know him, to divine him ? Nothing shall convince me that I have not seen that...
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Roundabout papers

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1905
...I offer you a glass of brandy-andwater? " " Bedad, ye may" says he, " and I 'II sing ye a song tn." Of course he spoke with an Irish brogue. Of course...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 shall convince...
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The Thackeray Country

Lewis Saul Benjamin, Lewis Melville - Literary landmarks - 1905 - 223 pages
...met in unknown regions; 'Sir,' I said, 'may I offer you a glass of brandy and water ? ' ' Bedad, ye may,' says he, 'and I'll sing ye a song, tu ! ' Of course, he spoke with an Irish accent. Of course, he had been in the army. In ten minutes he pulled out an Army Agent's account, whereon...
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The Thackeray country

Lewis Saul Benjamin, Lewis Melville - Literary landmarks - 1905 - 223 pages
...'Sir,' I said, 'may I offer you a glass of brandy and water ? ' ' Bedad, ye may,' says he, ' and Г11 sing ye a song, tu!' Of course, he spoke with an Irish accent. Of course, he had been in the army. In ten minutes he pulled out an Army Agent's account, whereon...
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