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" ... of aspect — a modest cadence of body, and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mon, — which expresses an officious promptitude for his service — and indicates, that they... "
The barouche driver and his wife - Page 24
by Charles Sedley (novelist.) - 1807
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Bell's British Theatre: Consisting of the Most Esteemed English Plays, Volume 27

English drama - 1797
...catch a look or a smile fra the great mon, which they meet, wi' an amicable reesibility of aspeft— a modest cadence of body, and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mon; which expresses an officious promptitude for his service, ami indicates, that they luock upon themselves...
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The barouche driver and his wife, Volume 2

Charles Sedley (novelist.) - 1807
...instruc-tions of a charity-school tended to develope, his father was advised to send him to India. - v , With " a modest cadence of body, *' and a conciliating co-operation of the w whole mon," our young adventurer soon contrived to get his foot on the first step of ambition's ladder;...
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The British Theatre; Or, A Collection of Plays: Which are Acted at the ...

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1808
...catch a luock, or a smile fra the great mon ; which they meet with an amicable risibility of aspect — a •modest cadence of body — and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mon ; — which — expresses an officious promptitude for his service, and indicates — that they luock...
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The Man of the World: A Comedy, in Five Acts

Charles Macklin - 1808 - 77 pages
...catch aluock, or a smile fra the great mon; which they meet with an amicable risibility of aspect — a modest cadence of body — and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mon ; — which — expresses an officious promptitude for his service, and indicates — that they luock...
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English comedy: a collection of the most celebrated dramas, since ..., Volume 6

English comedy - 1810
...catch a luock, or a smile fra the great mon; which they meet with an amicable risibility of aspect — a modest cadence of body — and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mon ; — which — expresses an officious promptitude for his service, and indicates— that they luock...
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English Comedy, Volumes 5-6

English drama - 1810
...catch a luock, or a smile fra the great mon ; which they meet with an amicable visibility of aspect — a modest cadence of body — and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mon ; — which — expresses an officious promptitude for his service, and indicates — that they Juock...
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The London Theatre: A Collection of the Most Celebrated Dramatic ..., Volume 7

Thomas Dibdin - English drama - 1815
...Inock or a smile IV. i the great moft ; which they meet wi III an amicable risibility of aspect — a modest cadence of body — and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mou ;— which — expresses an officious promptitude for bis service, and indicates — that they...
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The Man of the World: A Comedy in Five Acts

Charles Macklin - 1816 - 77 pages
...catch a look or a smile fra the great mon, which they meet wi'an amicable reeeibility of aspect — a modest cadence of body, and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mon ; which expresses an officious promptitude for his service, and indicates that they luick upon themselves...
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The British Theatre: Or, A Collection of Plays, which are Acted ..., Volume 10

Mrs. Inchbald - English drama - 1824
...a luock, or a smile, fra the great mon ; which they meet with an amicable risibility of aspect — a modest cadence of body — and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mon ; — which— expresses an officious promptitude *br his service, and indicates — that they luock...
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The British drama; a collection of the most esteemed tragedies ..., Volume 1

British drama - 1824
...catch a luock or a smile fra the great mon ; which they meet with an amicable risibility of aspect — a modest cadence of body — and a conciliating co-operation of the whole mon; — which expresses an officious promptitude for his service, and indicates — that they luock upon...
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