The History of John Bull by John Arbuthnot
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Part 3 out of 3
- Three Hours after Marriage
- The History of John Bull, Vol. 1 (Classic Reprint)
- The history of John Bull. And Poems on several occasions, by Dr. Jonathan Swift. With several miscellaneous pieces, by Dr. Swift and Mr. Pope.
- The History of England from the Accession of James the II (Volume 5)
- Law is a bottomless pit: or, The history of John Bull. Published from a manuscript found in the cabinet of the famous Sir H. Polesworth, in the year 1712. A new editon.
- Gulliver's Travels (Oxford World's Classics)
- Law is a Bottomless Pit, or the History of John Bull.
- John Bull Still In His Senses: Being The Third Part Of Law Is A Bottomless-pit...
John Bull as a Constable.
CHAP. XIV.--How John rose out of his Bed on a cold Morning to
prevent a Duel between Esq. South and Lord Strutt; how, to his great
surprise, he found the Combatants drinking Geneva in a Brandy Shop,
with Nic.'s favourite Daughter between them; how they both fell upon
John, so that he was forced to fight his way out.
CHAP. XV.--How John came with his Constable's Staff to rescue Nic.'s
Daughter, and break the Esquire's China Ware.
CHAP. XVI.--Commentary upon the Spanish Proverb, "Time and I against
any Two;" or Advice to Dogmatical Politicians exemplified in some
New Affairs between John Bull and Lewis Baboon.
CHAP. XVII.--A Discourse of the delightful Game of Quadrille. How
Lewis Baboon attempted to play a Game Solo in Clubs, and was bested;
how John called Lewis for his King, and was afraid that his own
Partner should have too many tricks; and how the Success and Skill
of Quadrille depends upon calling a right King.