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" ... they are indeed neat, and so are their sempstresses ; they are pretty, and so are their handmaids. But that graceful motion, that awful mien, and that winning attraction, which grew upon them from the thoughts and conversations they met with in my... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 72
1878
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1803
...conversation*. they met with in my time, are now no more seen. * The dutchets of Cleveland. VOL. ii. a They tell me I am old : I am glad I am so ; for I do not like your present young ladies. Those among us who set up for any thing of decorum, do so mistake the matter, that they orrend on the...
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The British Essayists;: Tatler

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1808
...conversations they met with in my time, are now no more seen. * The duchos of Cleveland. VOL. II. Q They tell me I am old : I am glad I am so ; for I do not like your present young ladies. Those among us who set up for any thing of decorum, do so mistake the matter, that they offend on the...
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The Tatler; corrected from the originals, with a preface, historical and ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1817
...present, for some matters which press for publication : as you will observe in the following letter: They tell me I am old: I am glad I am so ; for I do not like your present young ladies. ' London, August 26, Artillery Ground. ' DEAR SIB, ' It is natural for distant relations to claim kindred...
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The Tatler

1822
...grew upon them from the thoughts and conversations they met with in my time, are now no more seen. They tell me I am old : I am glad I am so : for I do not like your present young ladies. Those among us who set up for any thing of decorum, do so mistake the matter, that they offend on the...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by L.T. Berguer

British essayists - 1823
...grew upon them from the thoughts and conversations they met with in my time, are now no more seen. They tell me I am old : I am glad I am so: for I do not like your present young ladies. Those among us who set up for any thing of decorum, do so mistake the matter, that they offend on the...
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Tatler & Guardian

1831 - 244 pages
...grew upon them from the thoughts and conversations they met with in my time, are now no more seen. ng these men, honour and credit arc not valuable possessions- in themselves, or pursued Those among us who set up for any thing of decorum, do so mistake the matter, that they ofijnd on the...
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The Living Age, Volume 199

1893
...which grew upon 'em from the thoughts and conversations they met with in my time, are now no more seen. They tell me I am old ; I am glad I am so ; for I don't like your present young ladies.9 It was indeed as "Sacharissa" that Dorothy Sidney achieved most...
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The British Essayists: Tatler.-v. 5-12. Spectator.-v. 13-15. Guardian.-v. 16 ...

Alexander Chalmers - English essays - 1856
...grew upon them from the thoughts and conversations they met with in my time, are now no more seen. They tell me I am old : I am glad I am so ; for T do not like your present young ladies. Those among us who set up for any thing of decorum, do so...
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The Church Quarterly Review, Volume 36

Arthur Cayley Headlam (Bishop of Gloucester) - English periodicals - 1893
...which grew upon 'em from the thoughts and conversations they met with in my time, are now no more seen. They tell me I am old : I am glad I am so ; for I don't like your present young ladies.' 2 It was indeed as Sacharissa that Dorothy Sidney achieved most...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 123

1878
...girls to me, who have seen Sacharissa, when all the world repeated the poems she inspired. They tell mo I am old : I am glad I am so, for I do not like your...laziness which makes life pass away with less relish than in the hardest labour, and forms the idea of a female library, for the cultivation of their minds,...
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