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  • Sergeant Atkinson, Tow-wouse and Mrs Miller, to name but a few of

    Henry Fielding: a Memoir

  • Partridge and Mrs Slipslop, Fanny and Sergeant Atkinson, Tow-wouse and Mrs Miller, to name but a few of Fielding's immortal portraits, drawn from the 'vast authentic book of Nature.'

    Henry Fielding A Memoir

  • -- At which, with half her garments on, the other half under her arm, she sallied out in quest of the unfortunate Betty, whilst Tow-wouse and the surgeon went to pay a visit to poor Joseph, and inquire into the circumstances of this melancholy affair.

    Joseph Andrews Vol 1

  • _A pleasant discourse between the two parsons and the bookseller, 'which was broke off by an unlucky accident happening in the inn, which produced a dialogue between Mrs Tow-wouse and her maid of no gentle kind.

    Joseph Andrews Vol 1

  • Tow-wouse, and the envy (for such he thought it) of Mr Barnabas, had great expectations from his sermons: seeing therefore Joseph in so good

    Joseph Andrews Vol 1

  • Tow-wouse's when Joseph was detained for his horse's meat, and whom we have before mentioned to have stopt at the alehouse with Adams.

    Joseph Andrews Vol 1

  • Tow-wouse, Barnabas, and the bookseller had not been able to do.

    Joseph Andrews Vol 1

  • Tow-wouse (who, notwithstanding his charity, would have given his vote as freely as ever he did at an election, that any other house in the kingdom should have quiet possession of his guest) answered, "My dear, I am not to blame; he was brought hither by the stage-coach, and Betty had put him to bed before I was stirring."

    Joseph Andrews Vol 1

  • Mr Tow-wouse began to rub his hands with pleasure at seeing so large an assembly; who would, he hoped, shortly adjourn into several apartments, in order to discourse over the robbery, and drink a health to all honest men.

    Joseph Andrews Vol 1

  • Tow-wouse, who expected a watch, or ring, or something of double the value, answered, "He believed he could furnish him."

    Joseph Andrews Vol 1


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