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" In the end, either the dog tears out the piece he has laid hold on, and falls, or else remains fixed to him with an obstinacy, that would never end if they did not pull him off. To call him away would be in vain; to give him a hundred blows would be as... "
M. Misson's Memoirs and Observations in His Travels Over England: With Some ... - Seite 26
von Henri Misson, Maximilien Misson - 1719 - 367 Seiten
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The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in Connection ..., Band 2

Robert Chambers - 1832
...sooner die than leave his hold. Then the bull bellows and bounds and kicks, all to shake off the dog. In the end, either the dog tears out the piece he has laid hold on, and falls, or else remains fixed to him with an obstinacy that would never end, did they not pull him oft To call...
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The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in Connection ..., Band 2

Robert Chambers - 1883
...sooner die than leave his hold. Then the bull bellows and bounds and kicks, all to shake off the dog. In the end, either the dog tears out the piece he has laid hold on, and falle, or else remains fixed to him with an obstinacy that would never end, did they not pull bim off....
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Social Life in the Reign of Queen Anne: Taken from Original Sources, Band 1

John Ashton - 1882
...about to shake off the Dog ; by his Leaping the Dog seems to be no Manner of Weight to him, tho' in all Appearance he puts him to great Pain. In the End,...tears out the Piece he has laid Hold on, and falls, or else remains fix'd to him, with an Obstinacy that would never end, if they did not pull him off. To...
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The Merry Monarch: Or, England Under Charles II. Its Art, Literature ..., Band 1

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1885
...sooner die than leave his hold. Then the bull bellows, and bounds, and kicks, all to shake off the dog. In the end, either the dog tears out the piece he has laid hold on, and falls, or else remains fixed to him with an obstinacy that would never end, did they not pull him off. To call...
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The Fleet: Its River, Prison, and Marriages

John Ashton - 1888 - 391 Seiten
...about to shake off the Dog ; by his Leaping the Dog seems to be no Manner of Weight to him, tho in all Appearance he puts him to great Pain. In the End,...tears out the Piece he has laid Hold on, and falls, or else remains fix'd to him, with an Obstinacy that would never end, if they did not pull him off. To...
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Praise of the Dog: An Anthology

1902 - 232 Seiten
...sooner die than leave his Hold. Then the Bull bellows and bounds and kicks, all to shake off the Dog. In the End, either the Dog tears out the Piece he has laid Hold on, and falls, or else remains fixed to him with an Obstinacy that would never end, did they not pull him ofF. To call...
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Old English Sports

Frederick William Hackwood - 1907 - 361 Seiten
...sooner die than leave his hold. Then the bull bellows and bounds and kicks, all to shake off the dog. " In the end, either the dog tears out the piece he has laid hold of, and falls, or else remains fixed to him with an obstinacy that would never end, did they not pull...
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The Elizabethan People

Henry Thew Stephenson - 1910 - 412 Seiten
...about to shake off the dog; by his leaping the dog seems to be of no manner of weight to him, though in all appearance he puts him to great pain. In the end...tears out the piece he has laid hold on, and falls, or else remains fixed to him, with an obstinacy that would never end, if they did not pull him off. To...
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Popular Recreations in English Society 1700-1850

Robert W. Malcolmson - 1979 - 188 Seiten
...about to shake off the Dog; by his Leaping the Dog seems to be no Manner of Weight to him, tho' in all Appearance he puts him to great Pain. In the End,...tears out the Piece he has laid Hold on, and falls, or else remains fix'd to him, with an Obstinacy that would never end, if they did not pull him off.50...
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Sport and the British: A Modern History

Richard Holt - 1990 - 396 Seiten
...succeeded in getting a hold it clung on to the rearing and kicking bull and 'to all appearance put him to great pain. In the end either the dog tears out the piece he has laid hold on, and falls, or else remains fixed to him, with an obstinacy that would never end, if they did not pull him off. Flour...
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