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" Broojtes's, and having stated the particulars, begged his assistance to get out of the scrape, " which," said he, "may end in bloodshed. — I acknowledge," he continued, " that I was the first aggressor ; but it was too bad to threaten to pull my nose.... "
The clubs of London [by C. Marsh]. - Página 97
por Charles Marsh - 1828
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The Only Approved Guide Through All the Stages of a Quarrel

Joseph Hamilton (of Dublin.) - 1829 - 266 páginas
...to his brother George at Broojtes's, and having stated the particulars, begged his assistance to get out of the scrape, " which," said he, "may end in...countrymen. This method of avoiding a hearty tweak of the proboscis, appears to have been a favourite of Colonel Hanger's, for he recommends it even in the Memoirs...
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The Casket of Literary Gems: Containing Tales and Sketches. Choice ...

1879 - 304 páginas
...to ask his advice and assistance. Having told the story, " I acknowledge," said he, " that I was the aggressor; but it was too bad to threaten to pull my nose. What should I do? " ." Soap it well," was the cool fraternal advice, " then it will slip easily through...
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The Beaux of the Regency, Volumen1

Lewis Saul Benjamin - 1908
...assistance. " I acknowledge I was the first aggressor," he said in anything but a humble frame of mind ; " but it was too bad to threaten to pull my nose. What had I better do ? " To which the unfeeling Colonel made reply, " Soap it well, and then it will easily slip through...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volumen19

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1827
...the box now interfered, an exchange of cards took place, and both parties left the Theatre. ßliie went immediately to his brother George at Brookes's,...customs of his countrymen. * This method of avoiding « hearty tweak of the proboscis appears to bave been n favourite of Colonel Hanger's ; for he recommends...
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Harper's Magazine

1859
...to ask his advice and assistance. Having told the story, "I acknowledge," said he, " that I was the aggressor; but it was too bad to threaten to pull my nose. What should I do?" "Soap it well," was the cool fraternal advice, " then it will slip easily through his...
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