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" Without uttering a syllable, they drove on : but they could not, nor could I, refrain from looking back to see how those fellows would manage. We saw the fore-horses make towards the right, then to the left, and every way but... "
Tales of Fashionable Life - Страница 69
по Maria Edgeworth - 1809 - 400 страници
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines, Том 2

Enos Bronson - 1809
...his country, with invincible, comick dexterityt till at last both his adversaries, dumb-foundered, clambered into the vehicle, where they were instantly shut up in straw and darkness. Paddy, in :i triumphant tone, called to my postillions, bidding them ' get on, and not be stopping the way any...

The Weekly Visitor, Томове 2–3

1810
...and his country, with invincible comic dextcri^- ; till at last both his adversaries, clumbfeundered, clambered into the vehicle, where they were instantly..." get on, and not be stopping the way any longer." By and by, the whe«i horse stopped short, and began to kick furiously. " Never fear," reiterated Paddy,...

A Critical Examination of the Writings of Richard Cumberland: With an ..., Том 1

William Mudford - 1812
...country, with invincible comic dexterity, till at last, both his adversaries, dumbfounded,clambered into the vehicle, where they were instantly shut up...on ; but they could not, nor could I refrain from look^ ing back to see how those fellows would manage, We saw the four horses make towards the right,...

Works, Том 1

Maria Edgeworth - 1822
...reached it, and well satisfied with himself, looked round at Paddy, who looked back to the chaise door, at my angry servants, " secure in the last event of...not, nor could I refrain from looking back to see how these fellows would manage. We saw the fore-horses make towards the right, then to the left, and every...

Tales, and Miscellaneous Pieces, Том 7

Maria Edgeworth - 1825
...rowling a wisp of straw on my leg," replied Hosey. " Throw me up," added this paragon of postilions, turning to one of the crowd of idle bystanders. "...darkness. Paddy, in a triumphant tone, called to my postilions, bidding them " get on, and not be stopping the way any longer." Without uttering a syllable,...

Tales and miscellaneous piecces, Том 7

Maria [collections] Edgeworth - 1825
...the mane of his horse, he scrambled for the bridle, which was under the other horse's feet—reached it, and, well satisfied with himself, looked round...darkness. Paddy, in a triumphant tone, called to my postilions, bidding them " get on, and not be stopping the way any longer," Without uttering a syllable,...

Tales and Novels: Ennui. The dun

Maria Edgeworth - 1832
...and his country, with invincible comic dexterity, till at last, both his adversaries, dumb-foundered, clambered into the vehicle, where they were instantly...darkness. Paddy, in a triumphant tone, called to my postilions, bidding them " get on, and not be stopping the way any longer." Without uttering a. syllable,...

Tales and Novels, Томове 5–6

Maria Edgeworth - 1888
...and his country, •with invincible comic dexterity, till at last both his adversaries, dumfounded, clambered into the vehicle, where they were instantly...on ; but they could not, nor could I, refrain from Booking back to see how those fellows would manage. ' We saw the forehorses make towards the right,...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review by Francis Jeffrey, Том 3

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...rowling a wisp of straw on my leg,' replied Hosey. ' Throw me up,' Mded this paragon of postilions, turning to one of the crowd of idle by-standers. '...darkness. Paddy, in a triumphant tone, called to my postilions, bidding them ' get on, and not be stopping the way any longer.' " — i. 64, 65. By and...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, Том 3

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...rowling a wisp of straw on my leg,' replied Hosey. ' Throw me up,' added this paragon of postilions, turning to one of the crowd of idle by-standers. '...darkness. Paddy, in a triumphant tone, called to my postilions, bidding them ' get on, and not be stopping the way any longer.' " — i. 64, 65. By and...




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