Cloaks and Maidens Gods and Train

A gathering of the ragabonds and survivors of a continuous war against the Individual, the Independent. In self-made refugee camps of strong wills and bent cardboard. Like in his very name, Razor used to laugh “ Corroded but not ...

Author: Christopher Dutton

Publisher: Christopher Dutton Broken Walls Publishing

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A collection of short stories and excerpts from novels A few quotes from the book are as follows: "We make fiction for the same reason we make gods. To awaken aspirations. Or deviations." "Even a billion dollars is only so many pennies...yes, the bulk of it will make most men bow over...but not all...it is coinage yes but it rarely makes change. " "Guilt is the strongest prison; he who is a fugitive from himself is never free" "Childhood ends when we stop believing in monsters and start making them"
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Cobbett s Weekly Register

The church here for the first summer ; they are only a mile from the last ) nearly bronght into the yard to winter on as large ; and nobody to gostos it . rough bay , peashaulm , or barley- What ! will the ragabonds attempt straw ...

Author: William Cobbett

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044106508419

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The Works of Thomas De Quincey Politics and political economy

... attempt to break the force of this fact by urging that as yet the aids of science and mashinery have not been applied to the case ; so that any advantage which is now possessed by the ragabonds must soon be greater .

Author: Thomas De Quincey

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044130129794

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The Slang Dictionary

O , the ragabonds ' hieroglyphic for BONE , or good , chalked by them on houses and street corners as a hint to succeeding beggars . - French , BON . Bone - Grubber , a person who hunts dust - holes , gutters , and all likely spots for ...

Author: John Camden Hotten

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ISBN: UIUC:30112037649040

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A History of England

Thus , in 1595 , under the pretence that the ragabonds in the neighbourhood of London were not to be restrained by the usual punishments , she ordered sir Thomas Wyllford to receive from the magistrates the most notorious and ...

Author: John Lingard

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ISBN: PRNC:32101063570715

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A Commentary on the Holy Scriptures Chronicles Ezra Nehemiah Esther

The ragabonds again . have nothing to do with it , does not interfere with it , leaves The transition very abrupt , but all the more vivid . things to take their own course , though seeing it all the while . 7 Ver . 8.

Author: Johann Peter Lange

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ISBN: UOM:39015073323571

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The Spectator

7 " Unfortunately , none of the ragabonds were killed or hurt , the bulls notare cheap , his income is more than sufficient ; ' his time is occupied : w . having been wild enough ; and for this omission on the part of the owners with ...

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The Living Age

So anxious , indeed , were people to play , “ minstrels wandering abroad ” as rogues , that they had recourse to the music they were ragabonds , and sturdy beggars , ” the itinerant once accustomed to sing , and madrigals were musicians ...

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The Irish Monthly

“ There he is , as a modern poet puts it — ' Smiling at the door with April , saying the ragabonds are come . Whereupon Willie was seized by strong hands and haled along at a double trot until the hall - door was reached , when he was ...

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Annual Register

On the evening of parts of the church the ragabonds the 29th January , the insolence of were fighting among themselves ; the mob rose to mischief . The parties in pews sang indecent or Times can describe their conduct noisy songs ...

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