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" I have done but half my errand; what is your lute worth if I have not your book? ' ' What book, Master Gainsborough? ' ' Why, the book of airs you have composed for the lute. "
The Four Ages; Together with Essays on Various Subjects - Página 152
por William Jackson - 1798 - 454 páginas
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The Four Ages; Together with Essays on Various Subjects

William Jackson - 1798 - 454 páginas
...— fee, here is the money. " Well — if I muflit — but you 'will not take it aivay yourfhelf ?" Yes, yes — good bye * * * (After he had gone down...book of airs you have compofed for the lute. « Ah, *' Ah, py cot, I can never part ivit my poog!" . Poh ! you can make another at any time — this is...
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Edinburgh Magazine: Or Literary Miscellany, Volumen11

1798
...is— fee, here is the money. <• Well — If I rauflit —but you will not take it away yourfelf ?" Yes, yes, — good bye*** (After he had gone down...but half my errand — What is your lute worth, if 1 have not your book ? " Whad poog, maiihter Cainfporough ?" Why, the book of airs you have compofcd...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volumen33

1798
...yes— good bye « • *." " (After he had gens down he came «p again) " * * * I have done but h?.lf my errand — What is your lute worth, if I have not your book ?" ' Whacl fcog, Ma/JhtcrCahifforougb?' " Why the book of airs you have •ompofed for the lute." '...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volumen11

1798
...it is — fee, here is the money. " Well— If I räumt -but you will not take it away yourfelf ?" Yes, yes, — good bye*** (After he had gone down he came up again) , *** 1 have done but half my errand — What is your lute worth, if 1 have not your book ? •' Whad...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volumen19

1799
...is — fee, here is the ' money.' ' Well, if I mufht— but you will not take it away yourfhelf ?' ' Yes, yes — good bye" * * * (" After he had gone down he came up again.) < * * * j have done but half my 4 errand. What is your lute worth, 1 if I have not your book?' ' VVhad...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1800
...not fu,':j H aaiay i/ourjliff/ ? " Yes, yes— good bye * * *." (After he had gone down he слтпе up again) " * * * I have done but half my errand — What is your lute worth, if I have not your beok r" ' Hr!:ad p:iOf, malfalcr Cainfporuugli ?' " Why, the book of airs' you have fompoled for the...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen40

Edmund Burke - 1800
...fee, here is the money ." ' ¡fan — ¡J l maßt — but you mil not lake it away.yourßielf ?' " Yes, yes — good bye * * *." (After he had gone down he came up again) " * * * I bave done but half my errand — What is yout lute worth, if I Jiave not your book r" ' IVhad fotig,...
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Annual Register, Volumen40

1806
...aii'ity yours/iclf:" " Yes, yes — goodbye ***." ( After he had gone down he came, up again) " * * * 1 have done but half my errand — What is your lute worth, if I luive not your book ?" ' llrhad pong, maiihter Cainsporoiigh ?' "Why, the book of airs you have composed...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1809
...see, here is the • money/ •Well, if I musht — but you will • not take it away yourshelf ?' • Yes, yes — good bye" * * * ("After he had gone down he came up again.) < * « » { have done but half mv • errand. \Vhat is your lu te worth, • if I have not your book...
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The Lives of the Most Eminent British Painters and Sculptors, Volumen1

Allan Cunningham - 1832
...saying, he took up the instrument, laid down the price, went half-way down the stairs , and returned. ' I have done but half my errand ; what is your lute worth if I have not your book?' 'What book, Master Gainsborough V ' Why, the book of airs you have composed for the lute.' ' Ah, sir,...
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