I ll Get My ManI ll Get My Man



Peter Graham, TV series hero, seeks refuge at the country rectory with his mild clerical Uncle Humphrey from all the females who continually chase after him, and in particular from Pixie Potter.

Author: Philip King

Publisher: Samuel French

ISBN: UCAL:B2844581

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Peter Graham, TV series hero, seeks refuge at the country rectory with his mild clerical Uncle Humphrey from all the females who continually chase after him, and in particular from Pixie Potter. Humphrey, horrified by the threatened loss of his housekeeper who has been dismissed by his formidable sister, advertises for a wife but absentmindedly omits the important word "marriage". These two occurrences resoundingly shatter the peace of the village.-5 women, 4 men

I ll Take My ChancesI ll Take My Chances



He saw the husband with heavily muscled biceps, was even bigger than him. The
four men sitting in the booth were all in good shape with their hair trimmed
unfashionably short. “Well ma'am, if it's all the same to you, I'll take a pass.

Author: Gary Turner

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781525521256

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Evil had to be defeated and he had a responsibility to help. Now it was too late to do anything but spend the lives of millions of young men to defeat this new Dark Age. The mountains were witness to Sidney's determination to stand tall against the darkness. "Those mountains have always been there. They can be my memorial if I don't come back." This family story spans five generations through the Indian Wars of the Dakotas and Montana, both world wars and Vietnam. It speaks to the heartbreak war often brings when young men roll the dice to answer the call of duty. The story weaves tales of separation, unrequited love, intense romance and devotion to promises and honour. At it's heart, this is an anti war story that illustrates how family can be devastated by conflict while also speaking to the healing of spirit that passes from one generation to the next.

Shreds PatchesShreds Patches



D - n it , man , I never know what to Well , what says the ambassador's porter ?
What think , they puzzle me so . ... you of my man , I promise you . I'll have none of
your are so hasty , as I tell my wife . lords for my son - in - law , that I can tell you .

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The Living Age The Living Age



There ' s Mr. Grace got up , and follyed on , but lost her , and Worrell's — on to the
bog road ; there's his old came to my house , wet and cowld , to thry if she ...
Rawson ' s a good man , an ' I'll get lave from him “ 0 , I'll take you there myself .

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The Works of William Shakspeare Life Glossary c Reprinted from the Original Edition and Compared with All Recent CommentatorsThe Works of William Shakspeare Life Glossary c Reprinted from the Original Edition and Compared with All Recent Commentators



I'd not have sold her for it . lago . Come , hold your peace . Emil . My husband !
Emil , ' Twill out , ' t will out : - 1 hold my peace , sir ? Oth . Ay , ' twas he that told
me first : I'll be in speaking liberal as the air : ( no ; An honest man he is , and
hates ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: BSB:BSB10749571

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The family Shakespeare expurgated by T Bowdler in which those words are omitted which cannot with propriety be read aloud in a family by T BowdlerThe family Shakespeare expurgated by T Bowdler in which those words are omitted which cannot with propriety be read aloud in a family by T Bowdler



When others are more wicked ; not being the worst , Will you get hold ? _ How
came my man i ' the stocks ? Stands in some rank of praise : - I ' ll go with thee ;
Corn . Í set him there , sir : but his own disorders [ To GONERIL . Deserv ' d much
 ...

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: OXFORD:600045110

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The Works of the English Poets from Chaucer to CowperThe Works of the English Poets from Chaucer to Cowper



Although to write be lesser than to doo , Though both be good , the latter yet is
worst , It is the next deed , and a great one too . And ever is ill got without the first .
We need a man that knowes the severall graces Of historie , and how to apt their
 ...

Author: Alexander Chalmers

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ISBN: SRLF:A0011576055

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The British DramaThe British Drama



Escaped three times ; smashed one Can you find me a supper , and a bed ?
warder , and spoiled two turnkeys . Sullen , dan Ren . Oh , yes entertainment for
man and gerous , middle - sized , and muscular . " I'll just beast . Terms , cash .
add a ...

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BelgraviaBelgravia



No , ' said she , “ I will never go begging to any man . I'll not let Ephraim Slade
think I divorced my husband just to get him . I'll part with Jonathan , since he has
parted with me , and after that I will take my chance . Ephraim Slade ? he is not
the ...

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The Works of Beaumont and Fletcher With an Introduction by George Darley A New EditionThe Works of Beaumont and Fletcher With an Introduction by George Darley A New Edition



I am a shoemaker by my trade . And let it be my happiness to give you ! Enter
AMINTA . [ Gives her to OTRANTE . Amin . Oh , my husband ! I have given a
virtuolis maid now , I dare say it ; ' Tis more than blood . I'll pay her portion , sir ;
Why ...

Author: Francis Beaumont

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The Complete Works of William ShakespeareThe Complete Works of William Shakespeare



And twenty of these puny lies I'll tell , That men shall swear I have discontinued
school Above a twelvemonth.— I have within my mind A thousand raw tricks of
these bragging Jacks , Which I will practise . Ner . Why , shall we turn to men ?
Por .

Author: William Shakespeare

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ISBN: BL:A0018019747

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The Household Narrative of Current EventsThe Household Narrative of Current Events



They have been brought up from Balaklava wholly by the exertions of individual
regiments. In some instances the ... Many of the regiments have not yet been able
to get up a hut, the men having been employed in bringing up clothing, blankets,
or rations; and from ... I'll shoot you, as sure as you are a living man.' The fellow ...

Author: Charles Dickens

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ISBN: UOM:39015068360828

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Diprose s Standard Song Book and Reciter Comic and sentimental Diprose s Standard Song Book and Reciter Comic and sentimental



Why you've made a shift to alter it into something else ; what have you done with
the tail of it ? I'll ask my husband when I go home . Now my man , what for you ?
Please sir , mother wants you to lend her eighteen - pence on this tea - pot.

Author: John Diprose

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ISBN: BL:A0017814361

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The BohemianThe Bohemian



I've got about fifty dollars now " I won't do it . I need the money — been and I'll
need that to fee the servants counting on it . Get it from Dick . " when I leave here .
Next week , how“ I'm sorry , but my husband can't ever , I'll get my quarterly ...

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Arthur s Home MagazineArthur s Home Magazine



The old - clothes man has it , as sure as I live p tended to make . “ We must do
better next burst ... Tell does get it ! I'll have her I'm here , and ask her if she
wouldn't like to to stop a little while , I take a little ride with me . " guess , and see
how the ...

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The Dramatic Works of the Celebrated Mrs Centlivre The wonder The man bewitch d Gotham election Wife well managed Bickerstaff s burial Bold stroke for a wife ArtificeThe Dramatic Works of the Celebrated Mrs Centlivre The wonder The man bewitch d Gotham election Wife well managed Bickerstaff s burial Bold stroke for a wife Artifice



Run fome one Way , some another ; make Enquiry thro ' he whole Town for Mrs.
Laura , she is carry'd away by wo ... Oh , that I shou'd believe these Conjuring ,
soldierng Rascals ; but I'll find ' em , if they are above Ground ; and if they are
mortal , I'll hang'em , that's my Comfort . [ Exit . } ... turn -my Cart into a Coach ,
and my Man Plod into a Coachman -I cou'd hurry into the Tradesmen's Books —
Wear fine ...

Author: Susanna Centlivre

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Harper s WeeklyHarper s Weekly



The plate-layers, he told me, were the men who used them oftenest; and I found
that a party of them were laying fresh rails about a mile off. ... This had its effect,
coupled with the appearance of the pistols: and I got my men off and marched
them in front of me to ... lot that leaves him peace, a good home, and her. I really
think, my boy, that such a woman as Miss Sweet might be the making of rou.” “
Well, I'll ...

Author: John Bonner

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ISBN: UOM:39015018147655

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