Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 41 - 48 of 48 on may I offer you a glass of brandy-and-water? " "Bedad, ye may," says he, "and I'll....
" 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
Full view - About this book

Roundabout Papers: And Denis Duval

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1907 - 431 pages
...met in unknown regions, ' sir,' I said, ' may I ofter you a glass of brandy-aud-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 1 Nothing shall convince...
Full view - About this book

SOME ASPECTS OF THACKERAY

LEWIS MELVILLE - 1911
...water?' 'Bedad, ye may,' says he; 'and I 'tt sing ye a song tu' Of course he spoke with an Irish accent. Of course he had been in the Army. In ten minutes...account, whereon his name was written. A few months after, we read of him in a police court." Pendennis went later to St. Boniface's College, Oxbridge,...
Full view - About this book

Some Aspects of Thackeray

Lewis Saul Benjamin - 1911 - 281 pages
...'Sir,' I said, 'may I offer you a glass of brandy and water?' 'Bedad, ye may,' says he; 'and I 'II 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...
Full view - About this book

A Book of English Essays (1600-1900)

Stanley V. Makower, Basil H. Blackwell - English essays - 1913 - 573 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...
Full view - About this book

Heroes and Heroines of Fiction: Modern Prose and Poetry, Volume 1

William Shepard Walsh - Characters and characteristics in literature - 1914 - 391 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...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...
Full view - About this book

Heroes and Heroines of Fiction: Modern Prose and Poetry, Volume 1

William Shepard Walsh - Characters and characteristics in literature - 1914 - 391 pages
...I offer you a glass of brandy-and-water? " "Dedad, yt may," says he, "and /'// sing ye a song (." 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...
Full view - About this book

The Writer's Art by Those who Have Practiced it

Rollo Walter Brown - Authorship - 1921 - 357 pages
...said, ' may I offer you a glass of brandy-and- water ? ' ' Bedad, ye may,' says he, ' and I'll singye 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...
Full view - About this book

Representative English Essays

American essays - 1923 - 499 pages
...had met in unknown regions, "sir," I said, "may I offer you a glass of brandy-andwater?" "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...
Full view - About this book




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