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" Then why should we quarrel for riches, Or any such glittering toys ? A light heart and thin pair of breeches Will go through the world, my brave boys! "
De Vere; Or, The Man of Independence - Seite 53
von Robert Plumer Ward - 1831
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A History of New-York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of ..., Band 1

Washington Irving - 1812
...philofophical ftanza : " Then why mould we quarrel for riches, Or any fuch glittering toys; A light heart and thin pair of breeches, Will go through the world my brave boys !" • .t. Such was the gallant junto chofen to conduct this voyage into unknown realms, and the whole...
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Drinking-songs. Miscellaneous songs. Ancient ballads

1819
...nature, In various nations we try ; No mortals than us can be greater, Who merrily live till we die. Then why should we quarrel for riches, Or any such glittering...toys ? A light heart, and a thin pair of breeches, Go thorough the world, my brave boys. SONG XXVI. BY MR. ROBERT DODSLEY.* How happy a state does the...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Band 85

1859
...the road of life is— take things easy. If I may be allowed to quote .an ancient vernacular poet— "A light heart and a thin pair of breeches Will go through the world, brave boys." To which may be added, by way of corollary, that a grumbling, discontented spirit will...
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A History of New-York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of ..., Band 1

Washington Irving - 1819
...were none of the soundest, and who was the identical author of that truly philosophical stanza: " Then why should we quarrel for riches, Or any such glittering toys; A light heart and thin pair of breeches, Will go through the world, my brave boys!" Such was the gallant junto chosen...
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A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1819 - 296 Seiten
...were none of the soundest, and who was the identical author of that truly philosophical stanza: " Then why should we quarrel for riches, Or any such glittering toys; A light heart and thin pair of breeches, Will go through the world, my brave boys!" Such was the gallant junto chosen...
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Comic songs. Collection the first (-thirteenth).

Thomas Hudson (grocer.) - 1820
...That a tradesman's existence depends on his shop. POVERTY'S PLEASURES. TUNE.—" Captain Wyke." " Then why should we quarrel for riches, " Or any such glittering...toys ; " A light heart and a thin pair of breeches " Goes through the world my brave boys." OLD SONG. O oh ! what a pleasure it is to be poor, Your purse...
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A History of New York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of ..., Band 1

Washington Irving - 1821
...soundest, and who was the identical author of that truly philosophical stanza : " Then why should vye quarrel for riches, Or any such glittering toys ? A light heart and thin pair of breeches Will go through the world, my brave boys !" Such was the gallant junto chosen...
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A History of New-York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1821 - 372 Seiten
...the soundest, and who was the identical author of that truly philosophical stanza : ' . - I i " Then why should we quarrel for riches, . , Or any such glittering toys ; A light heart and thin pair oflircechei, Will go through the world, my brave boys !" Such was the gallant junto chosen...
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The New-England Magazine, Band 7

Joseph Tinker Buckingham, Edwin Buckingham, Samuel Gridley Howe, John Osborne Sargent, Park Benjamin - 1834
...Permit me to extract a verse from the song which it has often been a comfort to me to sing. " Then why should we quarrel for riches, Or any such glittering toys ; A light heart and a thin pair of trowsers, Will go through the world, my brave boys." As far as the garment is concerned, I can uphold...
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Gentleman Jack: A Naval Story, Band 2

William Johnson Neale - 1837
...bill, nor troubled his head how the world went, nor where the wind blew him, but singing the while, " A light heart and a thin pair of breeches Will go through the world, my hrave boys !" CHAPTER X. " Your regular fine-gentleman-merchant-captain is a rare animal, I admit ;...
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