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" Bolus arrived, and gave a doubtful tap, Between a single and a double rap. Knocks of this kind Are given by gentlemen who teach to dance; By fiddlers, and by opera.singers; One loud, and then a little one behind. "
The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year - Page 449
redigeeritud poolt - 1801
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The Berkshire chronicle: or, The gentleman's, sportsman's, husbandman's ...

1798
...Between a linglc and a double rap. — Knocks or' this kind Are given by Gentlemen who teach to dance; By Fidlers, and by Opera-fingers : One loud, and then...behind; As if the knocker fell, by chance, Out of their ringers. The Servant let him in, with difmal face, Long as a courtier's out of place — Portending...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, 70. köide,1. osa

1800
...Are giv'nb, gen'.lemen who teach to dance, By fiddlers, and by apei-a-fiigers ; One loud i and tii?n, a little one behind ; As if the knocker fell by chance Out of their fingers. The fervaat lets him in, with difrnal face, Long as a com tier's out of place, Portending fom« dif.ifter....
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Annual Register, 42. köide

Edmund Burke - 1801
...fingle and a doable rap.— 7. .Knock* Knocks of this kinds Are given by gentlemen who teach to dance ; By fidlers, and by opera-fingers : One loud, and then...with difmal face, Long as a courtier's out of place — i ' Portending fome difafter ; John's countenance as rueful look'd, and grim, As if th' apothecary...
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Annual Register, 42. köide

1801
...teach to dance ; By (idlers, and by opera-fingers : One loud, and then a lillle one behind ; As it' the knocker fell, by chance, Out of their fingers....face, Long as a courtier's out of place — Portending Ionic dilafters John's countenance as rueful look'd, and grim, As if th' apothecary had phyfic'd him,...
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Broad grins; comprising, with new additional tales in verse, those formerly ...

George Colman - 1802 - 125 lehte
...Knocks of this kind Are given by Gentlemen who teach to dance ; By Fiddlers, and by Opera-singers : •One loud, and then a little one behind ; As if...knocker fell, by chance, Out of their fingers. The Servant lets him in, with dismal face, Long as a courtier's out of place — Portending some disaster;...
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Broad grins; comprising, with new additional tales in verse, those formerly ...

George Colman - 1807 - 79 lehte
...Knocks of this kind Are given by Gentlemen who teach to dance; By Fiddlers, and by Opera-singers : One loud, and then a little one behind ; ' As if the...knocker fell, by chance, Out of their fingers. The Servant lets him in, with dismal face, Long as a courtier's out of place— Portending some disaster;...
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Poetical selections, consisting of the most approved pieces of our best ...

Poetical selections - 1811 - 300 lehte
...Knocks of this kind A*e given by gentlemen who .teach to dance ; By fiddlers, and by opera-singers : One loud, and then a little one behind ; As if the...knocker fell, by chance, Out of their fingers. The servant lets him in, with dismal face, Long as a courtier's out of place — Portending some disaster;...
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A thousand notable things, embracing a collection of scarce receipts, &c. To ...

Thousand notable things - 1822
...Knocks of this kind Are given by gentlemen who teach to dance, By fiddlers, and by opera singers ; One loud, and then a little one behind, As if the...knocker fell by chance Out of their fingers. .. . The servant lets him in with dismal face, Long as a courtier's out of place — Portending some disaster...
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Mammon in London; Or, The Spy of the Day ...

Mammon - 1823
...such as is given by " Gentlemen who teach to dance, By Fiddlers, and by Opera-singers : One knock, and then a little one behind, As if the knocker fell by chance Out of their fingers." I mean, by the by, when I am at leisure, to favour the world with a regular theory of knocking; but,...
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The Actor's Budget: Consisting of Monologues, Prologues, Epilogues, and ...

William Oxberry - 1824 - 379 lehte
...Knocks of this kind Are given by gentlemen who teach to dance ; By tiddlers, and by opera singers : One loud, and then a little one behind; As if the knocker fell by chance, Out of their fingers. The servant lets him in, with dismal face, Long as a courtier's out of place — Portending some disaster;...
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