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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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A walk from London to Fulham, revised and ed. by T.F.D. Croker

Thomas Crofton Croker - 1860 - 80 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"—and so on. In return to this description, Lady Bradshaigh on the 16th December, 1749, half...
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Shadows of the Old Booksellers

Charles Knight - Booksellers and bookselling - 1865 - 344 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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Clarissa, ed. by E.S. Dallas, Volume 1; Volume 264

Samuel Richardson - 1868
...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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Clarissa: A Novel, Volume 1

Samuel Richardson - Young women - 1868
...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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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 105

1869
...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 Urge hoops, he looks down and supercilious, as if he would be thought wise, but perhaps...
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The Novels and Novelists of the Eighteenth Century, in Illustration of the ...

William Forsyth - England - 1871 - 339 pages
...seeming to rid it ; a grey eye too often overclouded by mistiness from the head ; by chance lively—very lively it will be if he have hopes of seeing a lady...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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The Novels and Novelists of the Eighteenth Century

William Forsyth - 1871
...seeming to rid it; a gray eye too often overclouded by mistiness from the head; by chance lively—very lively it will be if he have hopes of seeing a lady whom he loves and honors; his eye always on the ladies ; if they have very large hoops he looks down and supercilious,...
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The Works of Samuel Richardson: With a Prefatory Chapter of Biographical ...

Samuel Richardson - 1883 - 508 pages
...at some times looking to be about sixty-five, at other times much younger ' [his true age sixty] ; ' a regular, even pace, stealing away ground rather...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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Works of Samuel Richardson: Pamela; or Virtue rewarded

Samuel Richardson - English literature - 1883
...even pace, stealing away ground rather than seeming to rid it ; a grey eye, too often overI clouded by mistinesses from the head ; by chance lively ;...he loves and honours ; his eye always on the ladies ; if they have very large hoops, he looks down and supercilious, and as if LO would be thought wise,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 268

Early English newspapers - 1890
...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." In a letter to his esteemed correspondent Lady Bradshaigh, this description of his own person, at the...
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