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" There isn't another creature living Would do it, and prove, through every disaster, So fond, so faithful, and so forgiving, To such a miserable, thankless master ! No, Sir ! see him wag his tail, and grin ! By George ! it makes my old eyes water... "
The Atlantic Monthly - Page 293
1863
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The Cambridge Book of Poetry and Song: Selected from English and American ...

Charlotte Fiske Bates Rogé - American poetry - 1832 - 882 pages
...is, sir, now I reflect, I've been so sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect (Here's to you, sir!) even of my dog. But he sticks by, through...empty pockets, And rags that smell of tobacco and gin. He'll follow while he has eyes in his sockets. There Isn't another creature living Would do it, and...
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The Ladies' Cabinet of Fashion, Music & Romance

Fashion
...is, sir, now I reflect, I've been so sadly given to grog, I wonder 1' vc not lost the respect (Here's to you, sir), even of my dog. But he sticks by, through...empty pockets, And rags that smell of tobacco and gin, He'll follow while ho has eyes in his sockets. There isn't another creature living Would do it, and...
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The Illustrated Magazine, Volumes 19-20

Literature - 1865
...is, sir, now I reflect, I've been so sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect (Here's to you, sir), even of my dog. But he sticks by, through...empty pockets, And rags that smell of tobacco and gin, He'll follow while ho has eyes in his socketsThere isn't another creature lit ing Would <io it, and...
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The Vagabonds

John Townsend Trowbridge - American poetry - 1863 - 15 pages
...sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect (Here's to you, Sir !) even of my doy. But lie sticks by, through thick and thin ; And this old coat,...empty pockets, And rags that smell of tobacco and gin, He'll follow while he has eyes in his sockets. There isn't another creature living "Would do it, and...
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The Patriotic Speaker: Consisting of Specimens of Modern Eloquence, Together ...

Robert Raikes Raymond - Recitations - 1864 - 524 pages
...is, sir, now I reflect, I've been so sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect, (Here's to you, sir !) even of my dog. But he sticks by, through...empty pockets, And rags that smell of tobacco and gin, He'll follow while he has eyes in his sockets. There isn't another creature living Would do it, and...
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LESSONS IN ELOCUTION

ALLEN A. GRIFFITH - 1865
...vvater-and-chalk. t The truth is, sir, now I reflect, I've been so sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect (Here 's to you, sir ! ) even...pockets, And rags that smell of tobacco and gin, He ?11 follow while he has eyes in his sockets. There is n't another creature living Would do it, and...
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Home Ballads

American poetry - 1865 - 96 pages
...is, sir, now I reflect, I've been so sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect (Here's to you, sir !) . even of my dog. But he sticks by,...empty pockets, And rags that smell of tobacco and gin, He'll follow while he has eyes in his sockets. There isn't another creature living So fond, so faithful,...
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One Hundred Choice Selections in Poetry and Prose: Both New and Old ...

Nathaniel Kirk Richardson - Readers - 1866 - 192 pages
...that's said,— And he knows good milk from, water-and-chalk. The truth is, Sir, now I reflect, (Here's to you, Sir !) even of my dog. But he sticks by, through thick and thin ; I've been so sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect And this old coat, with its...
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Principles of Elocution and Vocal Culture: In which the Rules for Correct ...

Benjamin W. Atwell - Elocution - 1867 - 98 pages
...is, sir, now I reflect, I've been so sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect (Here's to you, sir!) even of my dog. But he sticks by through...empty pockets, And rags that smell of tobacco and gin, He'll follow while he has eyes in his sockets. We'll have some music, if you're willing, And Roger...
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The Book of Humorous Poetry

Humorous poetry - 1867 - 464 pages
...is, Sir, now I reflect, I've been so sadly given to grog, I wonder I've not lost the respect (Here's to you, Sir) even of my dog. But he sticks by, through...empty pockets, And rags that smell of tobacco and gin, He'll follow while he has eyes in his sockets. There isn't another creature living Would do it, and...
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