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Page 152 - Not so much great deal worse ; because her dower was from two thousand lewis.' 'Well, that confort.' 'Not absolutely, why i had emplored this sum for to buy some muttons which are all deads of the rot.
Page 155 - A physician eighty years of age had enjoied of a health unalterable. Theirs friends did him of it compliments every days. "" Mister doctor," they said to him, "you are admirable man. What you make then for to bear you as well?" " I shall tell you it, gentlemen/' he was answered them : " and I exhort you in same time at to follow my example. I live of the product of my ordering, without take any remedy who I command to my sicks.
Page 152 - Not quit, because I had married with a bad woman." " So much worse." " Not so much great deal worse ; because her dower was from two thousand lewis.
Page 145 - Guttler, a very rich man too many avaricious, commonly he was travel at a horse, and single for to avoid all expenses. In the evening at to arrive at the inn did feign to be indispose, to the end that one bring him the supper. He did ordered to the stable knave to bring in their room some straw, for to put in their boots he made to warm her bed and was go lo sleep.
Page 111 - For to ride a horse. Here is a horse who have a bad looks. Give me another ; I will not that. He not sail know to march, he is pursy, he is foundered. Don't you are ashamed to give me a jade as like ? he is undshoed, he is with nails up ; it want to lead to the farrier.
Page 111 - He not sail know to inarch, he is pursy, he is foundered. Don't you are ashamed to give me a jade as like? he is undshoed, he is with nails up; it want to lead to the farrier. He go limp, he is disable, he is blind.
Page 142 - I went some a heps ; but I went not that of the fourth part what you send me. I am too much better, but I saw not to keep as a fillet so thin what the attachement at the idle trashes from that world. There it a moment, sir, where all fancy disappear, and to the appiness what one owe to content one's self to work.
Page 121 - I want all that, but can't one to buy all at once. DIALOGUE 28. With a banker. I have the honour to present you a ex-change letter, draw on you and endorsed to my order. I can't to accept it seeng that i have not nor the advice neither funds of the drawer. It is not yet happened it is at usance I know again the signature and the flourish of my correspondent...
Page 130 - ... bookseller. What is there in new's litterature ? Little or almost nothing, it not appears any thing of note. And yet one imprint many deal. But why, you and another book seller, you does not to imprint some good wooks ? There is a reason for that, it is that you cannot to sell its. The actual-liking of the public is depraved they does not read who for to amuse one's self ant but to instruct one's. But the letter's men who cultivate the arts and the sciences they can't to pass without the books....
Page 123 - Never have you not done wreck? That it is arrived me twice. With a gardener, Shall I eat some plums soon ? It is not the season yet; but here is some peaches what does ripen at the eye sight. It delay me to eat some wal nuts-kernels ; take care not leave to pass the season.
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