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" ... from the head: by chance lively; very lively it will be, if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours: his eye always on the ladies... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 148
1926
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The English Novel: Being a Short Sketch of Its History from the Earliest ...

Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh - English fiction - 1894 - 298 pages
...overclouded by mistinesses from the head : by chance lively, very lively it will be, if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours ; his eye always on the ladies ; if they have very large hoops he looks down and supercilious, and as if he would be thought wise,...
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Cosmopolitan Spirit in Literature: A Study of ...

Joseph Texte - Civilization, Modern - 1899 - 393 pages
...Lady Bradshaigh he described himself as " by chance lively ; very lively it will be if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours ; his eye always on the ladies." l Like Jean- Jacques he was nervous, impressionable and feeble in health. In him too, as in Rousseau,...
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Cosmopolitan Spirit in Literature: A Study of ...

Joseph Texte - Comparative literature - 1899 - 393 pages
...Lady Bradshaigh he described himself as " by chance lively ; very lively it will be if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours ; his eye always on the ladies."1 Like Jean-Jacques he was nervous, impressionable and feeble in health. In him too, as in...
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The Novels of Samuel Richardson, Volume 4

Samuel Richardson - 1902
...overclouded by mistinesses from the head: by chance lively; very lively it will be, if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours : his eye always on the ladies". II CHAEACTBR It was by no accident that the genius of Richardson is most evident in his portrayal of...
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The Complete Novels, Volume 1

Samuel Richardson - 1902
...overclouded by mistinesses from the head: by chance lively; very lively it will be, if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours: his eye always on the ladies". n CHARACTER It was by no accident that the genius of Richardson is most evident in his portrayal of...
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Samuel Richardson

Austin Dobson - 1902 - 214 pages
...overclouded by mistinesses from the head : by chance lively ; very lively it will be, if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours : his eye always on the ladies ; if they have very large hoops, he looks down and supercilious, and as if he would be thought wise,...
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Literary London

Elsie M. Lang - English literature - 1906 - 349 pages
...overclouded with mistiness from the head; by chance lively — very lively it will be if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours ; his eye always on the ladies." Lady Bradshaigh, in return, describes herself as " middle-aged, middle-sized, a degree above plump,...
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AN ENGLISH PROSE MISCELLANY

JOHN MASEFIELD - 1907
...overclouded by mistinesses from the head : by chance lively, very lively it will be, if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours ; his eye always on the ladies ; if they have very large hoops he looks down and supercilious, and as if he would be thought wise,...
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1730-1784

Charles Wells Moulton - American literature - 1910
...overclouded by mistinesses from the head ; by chance lively ; very lively it will be, if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours ; his eye always on the ladies.— RICHARDSON, SAMUEL, 1749, Letter to Mrs. Belfour. Poor Mr. Richardson was seized on Sunday evening...
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The Pageant of English Prose: Being Five Hundred Passages by Three Hundred ...

Robert Maynard Leonard - English literature - 1912 - 743 pages
...overclouded by mistiness from the head ; by chance lively ; very lively it will be if he have hope of seeing a lady whom he loves and honours ; his eye always on the ladies ; if they have very large hoops, he looks down and supercilious, and as if he would be thought wise,...
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