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" L. walked with me three or four hours by moonlight, and we met no creature of any quality but the king... "
Mr. Pope's Literary Correspondence for Thirty Years; from 1704 to 1734 ... - Страница 101
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The Life of Alexander Pope: Including Extracts from His Correspondence

Robert Carruthers - 1857 - 490 страници
...forehead from a beaver hat (sic) ; simper an hour and catch cold in the Princess's apartment; thence to dinner with what appetite they may; and after that, till midnight, walk, work, or think, which they please." Such is Pope's catalogue of evils (none of them very formidable), " and I can easily believe,"...

(A) parochial history of Enstone, in the county of Oxford: bring an attempt ...

John Jordan - 1857 - 465 страници
...the forehead from a beaver hat ; simper an hour and catch cold in the Princess's apartment ; thence to dinner with what appetite they may ; and after...that till midnight walk, work, or think, which they please." In raillery against such a mode of life he subjoins, " I can easily believe, that no lone...

The queens of society

Mrs. A. T. Thomson, Philip Wharton - 1860 - 488 страници
...they must simper for an hour, and catch cold in the princess's apartment; from thence (as Shakspeare has it) to dinner, with what appetite they may —....that, till midnight, walk, work, or think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a mountain or a rookery, is more contemplative...

The Four Georges: Sketches of Manners, Morals, Court and Town Life

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1860 - 104 страници
...heat of the day, they must simper and catch cold an hour in the princess's apartment ; from thence to dinner with what appetite they may ; and after that till midnight, work, walk, or think which way they please. No lone house in Wales, with a mountain and rookery, is...

The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - 1860
...heat of the day, they must simper an hour and catch cold in the princess's apartment ; from thence to dinner with what appetite they may ; and after that till midnight, work, walk, or think which way they please. No lone house in Wales, with a mountain and rookery, is...

The Four Georges

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1862 - 226 страници
...heat of the day, they must simper an hour and catch cold in the princess's apartment ; from thence to dinner with what appetite they may ; and after that till midnight, work, walk, or think which way they please. No lone house in Wales, with a mountain and rookery, is...

London Society, Том 6

1864
...day, they must simper an hour and catch cold in the princess's apartment; from thence (as Shakspeare has it) " to dinner, with what appetite they may ;"...that, till midnight, walk, work, or think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a mountain and a rookery, is more contemplative...

The Oxford Thackeray: With Illustrations, Брой 76, Том 13

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1829
...heat of the day, they must simper an hour and catch cold in the princess's apartment ; from thence to dinner with what appetite they may ; and after that till midnight, work, walk, or think which way they please. No lone house in Wales, with a mountain and rookery, is...

Literature in Letters, Or, Manners, Art, Criticism, Biography, History, and ...

James Philemon Holcombe - 1866 - 520 страници
...of the day they must M.-npcr an hour, and catch cold in the Princess's, from thence (.is Shakespeare has it) to dinner, with what appetite they may, and...that till midnight, walk, work, or think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a raountain and a rookery, is more contemplative...

LITERATURE IN LETTERS

JAMES P. HOLCOMBE L.L.D. - 1866
...catch cold in the Princess's, from thence (as Shakespeare has it) to dinner, with what appetite tliey may, and after that till midnight, walk, work, or think, which they please. I can easily believe no lone house in Wales, with a mountain, and a rookery, is more contemplative...




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