9 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIPSY DRIVER»
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The Sporting review, ed. by 'Craven'.
Second Ties : Masseronl beat Monarch, Oswald beat Lunatic, Ardoch beat Gipsy,
Driver ran a bye. Third Ties: Masseronl beat Oswald, Driver beat Ardoch.
Deciding Course: Dr. Brown's Driver beat Sir W. A. Maxwell's Masseroni, and
won the ...
John William Carleton, 1842
The London Journal: And Weekly Record of Literature, ...
I don't know wot I should ha' done altogether, if you hadn't fort'nately run up agin
me as you did." " Ah !" replied the gipsy driver, in a dissatisfied tone, “ it was lucky
for you, 0' course; but the crib's been onlucky to me ever since I've had it.
The London Journal: and Weekly Record of Literature, ...
I don't know wet I should ha' done altogether, if you hadn't fort'nately run up ngin
me as you did." “ Ah !" replied the gipsy driver, in a dissatisfied tone, " it was lucky
for you, 0' course; but the crib's been unlucky to me ever since I've had it.
The gipsy driver dashed forward to recover the roll, but the policeman, too quick
for him, seized the old canvas and fully unrolled his find. Instantly he recognized
the lost masterpiece. It had been neatly cut from its frame, and so was uninjured.
The Gipsy driver wasn't having this but he got out first and inspected the hill
before charging it and just making the summit. Several more tries and the Land-
Rover did the same and all the while the two Haflingers were making apparently
The Poor Girl; Or, The Marchioness and Her Secret
... held her peace ; and from the prevalence of a strong odor, in which the
perfume of pine apple, the essence of molasses, and pungent laloohol were
commingled — a fragrance shicii made the scowling gipsy driver sniff much, and
dart furtive ...
... pass slowly by them all ; The gipsy driver chews his clay pipe stem— 0 nothing
we can do will hurry them ! \x “ W'ORK IN THE} FIELDS ” (Etching, ti-ius. by. 116
COLOUR December, 1921.
A covered wagon, too, was thought of, with two small horses and a gipsy driver,
but the thing had been done before, and it was not wholly with equanimity that we
contemplated jolting over the many miles of the rough streets for which French ...
Milburg Francisco Mansfield, 1918
Le Robert & Collins super senior: grand dictionnaire ...
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Alain Duval, Dominique Le Fur, Vivian Marr, 1995