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The Spectator in miniature: being a collection of the principle essays ... - Страница 102
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A Cyclopedia Of Costume Vol. II A General History Of Costume In Europe

James Robinson Planche - 1819
...notwithstanding any anxieties he pretends for his mistress, his country, or his friends, one may see by his action that his greatest care and concern is to...keep the plume of feathers from falling off his head, . , . As these superfluous ornaments upon the head make a great man, a princess gradually receives...

archiv fur das studium der neueren sprachen und literaturen

ludwig herric - 1881
...30 dieser Abhandlung. feet. One would say that we thought a great man and a tall man the same thing. For my own part, when I see a man uttering his complaints...as an unfortunate lunatic than a distressed hero. . . . Can all the trappings or equipage of a king or hero give Brutus half that pomp and majesty which...

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LUDWIG HERRIG - 1881
...dieser Abhandlung. feet. One vvould say that we thought a great man and a fall man the same thing. For my own part, when I see a man uttering his complaints...mountain of feathers I am apt to look upon him rather äs an unfortunate lunatic than a distressed hero. . . . Can all the trappings or equipagc of a king...

Good Queen Anne: Or, Men and Manners, Life and Letters in England's ..., Том 1

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1886
...notwithstanding any anxieties which he pretends for his mistress, his country, or his friends, one may see by his action that his greatest care and concern is to...keep the plume of feathers from falling off his head. ... As these . superfluous ornaments upon the head make a great man, a princess generally receives...

The Spectator in London: Essays by Addison and Steele

Joseph Addison - 1896 - 323 страници
...notwithstanding any Anxieties which he pretends for his Mistress, his Country, or his Friends, one may see by his Action that his greatest Care and Concern is to...I am apt to look upon him rather as an unfortunate Lunatick than a distressed Hero. As these superfluous Ornaments upon the Head make a great Man, a Princess...

The Palmy Days of Nance Oldfield

Edward Robins - 1898 - 272 страници
...notwithstanding any anxieties which he pretends for his mistress, his country, or his friends, one may see by his action, that his greatest care and concern is...these superfluous ornaments upon the head make a great man, a princess generally receives her grandeur from those additional encumbrances that fall into her...

Twelve Great Actresses

Edward Robins - 1900 - 446 страници
...notwithstanding any anxieties which he pretends for his mistress, his country, or his friends, one may see by his action, that his greatest care and concern is...the plume of feathers from falling off his head." The heroines were obliged to have long, sweeping trains, which pages carried as the actresses moved...

Selections from the Works of Joseph Addison

Joseph Addison - 1906 - 360 страници
...for his mistress, his country or his friends, one may see by his action, that his greatest care 15 and concern is to keep the plume of feathers from...as an unfortunate lunatic, than a distressed hero. 20 As these superfluous ornaments upon the head make a great man, a princess generally receives her...

Dramatic History of the World

Rao S. Kolachelam - 1908 - 326 страници
...Notwithstanding any anxiety which he pretends for his mistress, his country or his friends, one may see by his action that his greatest care and concern is to...the plume of feathers from falling off his head." In speaking oi the heroine he says " the broad sweeping train that follows her in all her motions finds...
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Shakespeare from Betterton to Irving, Том 1

George Clinton Densmore Odell - 1920 - 954 страници
...notwithstanding any Anxieties which he pretends for his Mistress, his Country, or his Friends, one may see by his Action, that his greatest Care and Concern is...keep the Plume of Feathers from falling off his Head As these superfluous Ornaments upon the Head make a great Man, a Princess generally receives her Grandeur...




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