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" Her husband's eyes sparkled with pleasure at the cheerfulness of her. countenance ; and I saw all his fears vanish in an instant. The lady observing something in our looks which showed we had been more serious than ordinary, and seeing her husband receive... "
The British Essayists: Tatler - Страница 62
под редакцията на - 1819
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English Prose (1137-1890)

John Matthews Manly - 1909 - 544 страници
...her countenance; and I saw all his fears vanish in an instant. The lady observing something in our looks which showed we had been more serious than ordinary,...what we had been talking of; and applying herself to md, said, with a smile, "Mr. Bickerstaff, do not believe a word of what he tells you, I shall still...

Readings in English Prose of the Eighteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1911 - 724 страници
...her countenance, and I saw all his fears vanish in an instant. The lady, observing something in our looks which showed we had been more serious than ordinary,...herself to me, said, with a smile, "Mr. Bickerstaff, don't believe a word of what he tells you. I shall still live to have you for my second, as I have...

Readings in English Prose of the Eighteenth Century

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1911 - 724 страници
...her countenance, and I saw all his fears vanish in an instant. The lady, observing something in our looks which showed we had been more serious than ordinary,...herself to me, said, with a smile, "Mr. Bickerstaff, don't believe a word of what he tells you. I shall still live to have you for my second, as I have...

The English Familiar Essay: Representative Texts

William Frank Bryan, Ronald Salmon Crane - 1916 - 471 страници
...her countenance ; and I saw all his fears vanish in an instant. The lady observing something in our looks which showed we had been more serious than ordinary,...herself to me, said, with a smile, " Mr. Bickerstaff, don't believe a word of what he tells you. I shall still live to have you for my second, as I have...

English Prose: Selections, Том 3

Sir Henry Craik - 1917
...her countenance ; and I saw all his fears vanish in an instant. The lady, observing something in our looks which showed we had been more serious than ordinary,...herself to me, said with a smile, " Mr. Bickerstaff, don't believe a word of what he tells you ; I shall still live to have you for my second, as I have...

Readings in English Literature

Roy Bennett Pace - 1917 - 512 страници
...countenance; and I saw all his fears vanish 105 in an instant. The lady observing something in our looks which showed we had been more serious than ordinary,...talking of; and applying herself to me, said, with a 110 smile, "Mr. Bickerstaff, do not believe a word of what he tells you, I shall still live to have...

Essays, English and American

Raymond Macdonald Alden - 1920 - 464 страници
...her countenance; and I saw all his fears vanish in an instant. The lady, observing something in our looks which showed we had been more serious than ordinary,...my second, as I have often promised you, unless he tak£s more care of himself than he has done since his coming to town. You must know, he tells me that...




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