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The ensuing year will be the longest of my life, and the last of such hateful labours. The next we will sow our cabbages together.
[I]f a Fine Lady thinks fit to giggle at Church, or a Great Beau come in drunk to a Play, either shall be sure to hear of it in my ...
I will venture to affirm, that the three seasons wherein our corn has miscarried did no more contribute to our present misery, tha ...
In the declining day the thoughts make haste to rest in darkness, and hardly look forward to the ensuing morning. The thoughts of ...
It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees!
No pasar n! (They shall not pass!)
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