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" ... 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. "
The Spectator in miniature: being a collection of the principle essays ... - Страница 102
под редакцията на - 1808
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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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