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" UPON a trestle, pig was laid, And a sad squealing sure it made. Kill-pig stood by with knife and steel : " Lie quiet, can't you? — Why d'ye squeal? Have I not fed you with my pease, And now, for trifles such as these, Will you rebel? — Brimful of... "
The Poems of George Huddesford, M.A., Late Fellow of New College, Oxford ... - Pagina 121
door George Huddesford - 1801
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Annual Register, Volume 31

Edmund Burke - 1792
...fed you with my peale, And now, for trifles fuch as thefe, Will you rebel ? — Brimful of vidual, Won't you be kill'd and cur'da little ?" To whom thus piggy, in reply : Think'ft thou that I mail quiet lie, " And that for peafe my life I'll barter?" — " Then, piggy,...
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The Poetical Farrago: Being a Miscellaneous Assemblage of ..., Volumes 1-2

1794
...you with my peafe ? " And now for trifles fuch as thefe " Will you rebel ? — Brimful of virtual, " Won't you be kill'd and cur'da little ?" To whom thus piggy in reply : " Think'ft thou that I fhall quiet lie ? " And that for peafe my life I'll barter ? — " " Shew...
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American History Told by Contemporaries..., Volume 3

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1845
...reflects the wide-spread conviction that the war had been a mistake. | TPON a trestle, pig was laid, \^J And a sad squealing sure it made. Kill-pig stood by...— " Then, piggy, you must shew your charter ; Shew you're exempted more than others, Else go to pot like all your brothers. — Help, neighbours ! help?...
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Notes and Queries, Volume 109

1904
...squealing sure it made ; Kill-pig stood by, with knife and steel : ' Die quiet, can't you ? Why d' you squeal ? Have I not fed you with my pease, And now...these Will you rebel? Brimful of victual, Won't you be cut and kill'da little?' To whom thus piggy in reply : — ' How can you think I'll quiet lie, And...
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American History Told by Contemporaries ..., Volume 3

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1901
...been acknowledged. This squib reflects the wide-spread conviction that the war had been a mistake. UPON a trestle, pig was laid, And a sad squealing...— "Then, piggy, you must shew your charter; Shew you're exempted more than others, Else go to pot like all your brothers. — Help, neighbours ! help?...
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