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" Cypress. Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife ; and a man who has quarrelled with his wife is absolved from all duty to his country. I have written an ode to tell the people as much, and they may take it as they list. "
Evenings with the Old Story Tellers: Select Tales from the Gesta Romanorum, Etc - Side 147
af Thomas Love Peacock - 1845 - 172 sider
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Nightmare Abbey, Oplag 1818

Thomas Love Peacock - 1818 - 218 sider
...those ancients, whose fragmentary memorials you venerate, would have done in similar circumstances. MR. CYPRESS. Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife ; and...people as much, and they may take it as they list. SCYTHROP. Do you suppose, if Brutus had quarrelled with his wife, he would have given it to Cassius...
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The Living Age ..., Bind 91

1866
...ancients, whose fragmentary memorials you venerate, would have done in similar circumstances. ' 3/r. Cypress. — Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife, and a man who bus quarrelled with his wife is absolved from all duty to his country. I have written an ode to tell...
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Headlong Hall: And, Nightmare Abbey

Thomas Love Peacock - 1845 - 172 sider
...those ancients, whose fragmentary memorials you venerate, would have done in similar circumstances. MR. CYPRESS. Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife ; and...his wife is absolved from all duty to his country. 1 have written an ode to tell the people as much, and they may take it as they list. SCYTHROP. Do you...
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Headlong hall, and Nightmare abbey

Thomas Love Peacock - 1856 - 171 sider
...countries that are past all hope of regeneration. There is great hope of our own; and it seems tome that an Englishman, who, either by his station in...people as much, and they may take it as they list. SGYTHROP. Do you suppose, if Brutus had quarrelled with his wife, ;he'<would have given it as a reason...
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The North British Review, Bind 44–45

1866
...ancients, whose fragmentary memorials you venerate, would have done in similar circumstances. 1 " Mr. Cypress. — Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife, and a man who has quarrelled witk his wife is absolved from all duty to his country. I have written an ode to tell the people as...
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The Works of Thomas Love Peacock: Preface. Biographical notice. Headlong ...

Thomas Love Peacock - 1875
...those ancients, whose fragmentary memorials you venerate, would have done in similar circumstances. Mr. Cypress. — Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife ;...people as much, and they may take it as they list. Scythrop. — Do you suppose, if Brutus had quarrelled with his wife, he would have given it as a reason...
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The Contemporary Review, Bind 25

1875
...impossible to deny that there is little caricature or exaggeration in the words put into the mouth of Mr. Cypress : " Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife, and...who has quarrelled with his wife is absolved from his duty to his country ; I have written an ode to tell the people as much, and they may take it as...
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Headlong Hall: And Nightmare Abbey

Thomas Love Peacock - 1887 - 291 sider
...those ancients, whose fragmentary memorials you venerate, would have done in similar circumstances. MR. CYPRESS. Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife ; and...people as much, and they may take it as they list. SCYTHROP. Do you suppose, if Brutus ha;l quarrelled with his wife, he would have given it as a reason...
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Headlong Hall and Nightmare Abbey

Thomas Love Peacock - 1896 - 243 sider
...those ancients, whose fragmentary memorials you venerate, would have done in similar circumstances. Mr. Cypress. Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife ; and...people as much, and they may take it as they list. Scythrop. Do you suppose, if Brutus had quarrelled with his wife, he would have given it as a reason...
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Headlong Hall and Nightmare Abbey

Thomas Love Peacock - 1896 - 243 sider
...those ancients, whose fragmentary memorials you venerate, would have done in similar circumstances. Mr. Cypress. Sir, I have quarrelled with my wife ; and...people as much, and they may take it as they list Scythrop. Do you suppose, if Brutus had quarrelled with his wife, he would have given it as a reason...
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