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The flowers of literature, or, Encyclopædia of anecdote, a coll. by W. Oxberry - Страница 226
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Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London from the Roman Invasion to ...

James Peller Malcolm - 1811
...doctors tors in those days were but - old boys, when quibbles passed for wit even in their sermons. "The gentry and citizens had little learning of any...the rest. They were as severe to their children as their schoolmasters, and their schoolmasters as severe as masters of the house of correction. The child...

Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London from the Roman ..., Том 1

James Peller Malcolm - 1811
...doctors 420 tors. ia those days were but old boys, when quibbles passed for wit, even in their sermons. " The gentry and citizens had little learning of any kind, and their way of breeding lap their children was suitable tb the rest. They were as severe to their children as. then1 schoolmasters,...

Saturday Night: Comprising a Review of New Publications, Biography ..., Том 1

1824
...were but old boys, when quibbles passed for wit, even in their sermons. The gentry and citizens bad little learning of any kind, and their way of breeding...the rest. They were as severe to their children as their schoolmasters, and their schoolmasters as masters of the houses of correction : the child perfectly...

Saturday night

Saturday night - 1824
...wisdom. The doctors in those days were but old boys, when quibbles paued for wit, even in their sermons. The gentry and citizens had little learning of any kind, and their way of breeding np their children was suitable to the rest. They were as severe to their children as their schoolmasters,...

The picture gallery explored; or, An account of various ancient customs and ...

Picture gallery - 1824
...starched and formal: gravity often passed for wisdom, and quibbles for wit, even in clergymen's sermons. The gentry and citizens had little learning of any kind ; and their way of bringing up their children was suitable to all the rest. They were as severe as schoolmasters to them,...

Arliss's Literary collections

John Arliss - 1825 - 358 страници
...gate, or style, the first evening the new moon appears, say, ' A fine moon, God bless her!' the like I observed in Hertfordshire. " The gentry and citizens...as severe to their children as the school-masters, a9 severe as the masters, of .the houses of Correction. T*he child perfectly loathed the sight of the...

The Table Book, Том 1

William Hone - 1827 - 870 страници
...were but old boys, when quibbles passed for wit, even in their sermons. Gentry and their Children. The gentry and citizens had little learning of any...the rest. They were as severe to their children as their schoolmasters, and their schoolmasters as masters of the house of correction : the child perfectly...

The table book: or, Daily recreation and information concerning remarkable ...

William Hone - 1827 - 870 страници
...their Children. The gentry and citizens ha'1 little learning of any kind, and their wa<' of breed!. ig up their children was suitable to the rest. They were as severe to their children as their schoolmasters, and their schoolmasters as masters of the house of correction : the child perfectly...

The Table Book, Том 1

William Hone - 1827
...to the rest. They were as severe to their children as their schoolmasters, and their schoolmasters as masters of the house of correction : the child perfectly loathed the sight of his parents as the slave his torture. Gentlemen of thirty and forty years old were to stand like mutes...

The year book of daily recreation and information

William Hone - 1832
...and gravity was taken for wisdom. The doctors were old boys. Quibbles passed for wit even in sermoni. The gentry and citizens had little learning of any...the rest. They were as severe to their children as schoolmasters. The child loathed the sight of his parents. Gentlemen of thirty or forty years of age...




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