Probably the author of it has read "Liza of Lambeth," and said faugh!
faugh, theres an ugly name, my girl, for such mothers as yours!
O, these that have no sap of retort and obtuse wit in them: faugh!
I shall suffer, to yield so pretty and pure a gem to the coronet of—faugh!
On the moor with the wind blowing about one 'twas a pleasure to be, but faugh!
You can obey if you like, but it's the last run I make with this—faugh!
In brief, he is afraid of responsibilities which unfortunately I cannot shoulder in the better world to come—faugh, faugh, faugh!
I will awake you when we get to Reading, where the biscuits are made you used to sell, faugh!
faugh, he don't know no more why he's a Republican than a yeller dog'd know!
Still, smells are brought over in samples by missionaries and men like you, and people say ‘faugh!’