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" Never mind our son," cried my wife; " depend upon it he knows what he is about. I'll warrant we'll never see him sell his hen of a rainy day. "
The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale. : In Two Volumes - Page 28
by Oliver Goldsmith - 1780 - 90 pages
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The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale, Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1773 - 234 pages
...wonder what could keep our fon fo long at the fair, as it was now •alinoft nightfall. ' Never xni•nd our fon,' cried my •wife, ' depend upon it he knows...he ' is about. I'll warrant we'll never fee * him fdl his hen of "a rainy day. I have * feen him buy Juch bargains as would *• amaze one. r IM tell...
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The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale

Oliver Goldsmith - 1820 - 212 pages
...son so long at the fair, as it was now almost night-fall.,, Never mind our son," . cried my wife j ,,depend upon it he knows what he is about. I'll warrant we'll never see him sell his hen on a rainy day. I have seen, hitu hny snch bargains as wottld amaze one. I'll...
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The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale, Volumes 1-2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1783 - 272 pages
...feeming to wonder what could keep our fon fo long at the fair, as it was now almoft night-fall. — " Never mind our fon,'* cried my wife, " depend upon it, he knows " what he is about. HI warrant we'll never fee " him fell his hen of a rainy day. I have feen " him buy fuch bargains as...
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The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale

Oliver Goldsmith - 1799 - 214 pages
...could keen our sou so iong at the fair, as it was now almost nightfall. = « Never mind our son », cried my wife, « depend upon it he knows what he is about. I'll warrant we'll never see him sell his hen of a rainy day. f I have seen him buy such bargains as would ama/.e one. I'll...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1801 - 424 pages
...by feeming to wonder what could keep our ion fo long at the fair, as it was now almoft nightfall. " Never mind our fon," cried my wife, " depend •"...we'll never fee him fell his hen of a rainy day. I ,*f have ieen him buy fuch bargains as would amaze " one. I'll tell you a good ftory about that, that...
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Select works of Oliver Goldsmith, Containing i. The vicar of Wakefield, ii ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1803 - 366 pages
...what could keep our fon fo 16ng at tlie fair, as it v/as n6w almoft nightfall. — i,Never mind 6ur fon," cried my wife, depend upon it he knows what he is ab6ut. Til warrant we'll never fee him fell his hen on a rainy day a). 'I have feen him bu^r fnch bargains...
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The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale

Oliver Goldsmith - 1807 - 326 pages
...could keep our son so long at the fair, as it was now almost nightfall. — " Never mind our son," cried my wife : " depend upon it, he knows what he is about. I'll warrant we'll never see him sell his hen of a rainy day. I have seen him buy such bargains as would amaze one. I'll tell...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith

Oliver Goldsmith - 1812 - 428 pages
...what could keep our son so' long at the fair, as it was now almost nightfall. " Never mind our son/' cried my wife, " depend " upon it he knows what he is about. I'll warrant " we'll never see him sell his hen of a rainy day. I " have seen him buy such bargains as would amaze " one. I'll...
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The vicar of Wakefield. Whittingham's ed

Oliver Goldsmith - 1815 - 268 pages
...what could keep our son so long at the fair, as it was now almost night-fall. "Never mind our son," cried my wife ; " depend upon it he knows what he is about. I'll warrant we'll never see him sell his hen on a rainy day. I have seen him buy such bargains as would amaze one. I'll tell...
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The British Novelists: With an Essay, and Prefaces, Biographical ..., Volume 23

1820 - 406 pages
...wonder what could keep our son so long at the fair, as it was now almost night-fall. Never mind our son, cried my wife : depend upon it, he knows what he is about. I 'll warrant we 'II never see him sell his hen on a rainy day. I have seen him buy such bargains as...
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