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" You must know," says sir Roger, ' I never make use of any body to row me, that has not lost either a leg or an arm. I would rather bate him a few strokes of his oar than not employ an honest man that has been wounded in the queen's service. If I was... "
The British Essayists: The Spectator - Strana 8
podľa Alexander Chalmers - 1802
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The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers, from "The Spectator"

Joseph Addison - 1896 - Počet stránok 174
...spied one with a wooden leg, and immediately gave him orders to get his boat ready. As we were walking towards it, "You must know," says Sir Roger, " I never make use of anybody to row me that has not either lost a leg or an arm. I would rather bate him a few strokes of...
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Coverley Papers from the Spectator

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1897 - Počet stránok 197
...one with a wooden leg, and immediately gave him orders to get his boat ready. As 10 we were walking towards it, "You must know," says Sir Roger, " I never...been wounded in the queen's service. If I was a lord or a bishop, and kept a barge, I would not put a fellow in my livery that had not a wooden leg." My...
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The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers from "The Spectator"

Joseph Addison - 1897 - Počet stránok 174
...spied one with a wooden leg, and immediately gave him orders to get his boat ready. As we were walking towards it, "You must know," says Sir Roger, " I never make use of anybody to row me that has not either lost a leg or an arm. I would rather bate him a few strokes of...
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THE SPECTATOR

1898
...Sir ROGER, / never mate use of any Body to row me that has not either lost a Leg or an Arm. I wou'd rather bate him a few Strokes of his Oar, than not...been wounded in the Queen's Service, If I was a Lord or a Bishop, and kept a Barge, I would not put a Fellow in my Livery that had not a Wooden'Leg, ^ After...
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THE DE COVERLEY PAPERS FROM THE SPECTATOR

SAMUEL THRBER - 1898
...spied one with a wooden leg, and immediately gave him. orders to get his boat ready. As we were walking towards it, " You must know," says Sir Roger, " I never make use of anybody to row me, that has not either lost a leg or an arm. I would rather bate him a few strokes...
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Men and Manners of the Eighteenth Century

Susan Hale - 1898 - Počet stránok 318
...i • j _iu. jij • j- i with the gave him orders to get his boat ready. As we were walking toward it, "You must know (says Sir Roger), I never make use of anybody to row me that has not either lost a leg or an arm. I would rather bate him a few strokes of...
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Men and Manners of the Eighteenth Century

Susan Hale - 1898 - Počet stránok 318
...wooden leg, and immediately wooden leg. gave him orders to get his boat ready. As we were walking toward it, "You must know (says Sir Roger), I never make use of anybody to row me that has not either lost a leg or an arm. I would rather bate him a few strokes of...
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Men and Manners of the Eighteenth Century

Susan Hale - 1898 - Počet stránok 318
...wooden leg, and immediately wooden leg. gave him orders to get his boat ready. As we were walking toward it, "You must know (says Sir Roger), I never make use of anybody to row me that has not either lost a leg or an arm. I would rather bate him a few strokes of...
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The Sir Roger de Coverley Papers: From "The Spectator"

Joseph Addison - 1899 - Počet stránok 178
...it, "You must know," says Sir Roger, " 1 never make use of anybody to row me that has not either lost a leg or an arm. I would rather bate him a few strokes of his oar than not employ an honest man that had been wounded in the Queen's service. If I 5 was a lord or a bishop, and kept a barge, I would not...
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Sir Roger de Coverley, Essays from the Spectator

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1899 - Počet stránok 166
..."You must know," says Sir Eoger, "I never make use of anybody to row me, that has not either lost a of his oar than not employ an honest man that has...been wounded in the Queen's service. If I was a lord or a bishop, and kept a barge, I would not put a fellow in my livery that had not a wooden leg." My...
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