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" The Tinklarian Doctor (for such was his popular appellation) appears to have been fully acquainted with an ingenious expedient, which we observe practised by many publishers of juvenile toy-books in our own day, — namely, that of self-recommendation.... "
Traditions of Edinburgh - Page 128
by Robert Chambers - 1825
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 20

Liberalism (Religion) - 1825
...they have no fardiugales. The greatest wonder I saw in France, was to see the braw people fall down on their knees on the clarty ground, when the priest...self-recommendation. As in certain sage little histories of Tommy and Harry, King Pepin, &c., we are sure to find that " the good boy who loved his lessons" always bought...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 20

Liberalism (Religion) - 1825
...greatest wonder 1 saw in France, was to see the braw people fall down on their knees on the clartv ground, when the priest comes by carrying the cross to give a sick person the sacrament." The Tinglarķan Doctor ((от such was his popular appellation) appears to bave been fully acquainted with...
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The Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information

William Hone - Days - 1832 - 1643 pages
...debased by coarseness. The " Tinklarian Doctor" (for such was his popular appellation,) appears to hare been fully acquainted with an ingenious expedient,...we observe practised by many publishers of juvenile toy books in our own day, — namely, that of self-recommendation. As in certain sage little histories...
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Traditions of Edinburgh

Robert Chambers - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1847 - 348 pages
...they have no fardingales. The greatest wonder I saw in France, was to see the braw people fall down on their knees on the clarty ground when the priest...been fully acquainted with an ingenious expedient, long afterwards held in view by publishers of juvenile toy-books. As in certain sage little histories...
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The year book of daily recreation and information

William Hone - Almanacs, English - 1859 - 2 pages
...possess humour equal to that of some of (his contemporary) Allan Ramsay's, but are debased by coarseness. The " Tinklarian Doctor" (for such was his popular...we observe practised by many publishers of juvenile toy books in our own day, — namely, that of self- recommendation. As in certain sage little histories...
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A Historical Account of the Belief in Witchcraft in Scotland

Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe - Witchcraft - 1884 - 268 pages
...farding-gales. The greatest wonder I saw in France was to see the bra' people sit down on their knees in the clarty ground, when the priest comes by carrying the cross, to give a sick person the sacrament. I have," continues this eminent divine and historian, " a good pennyworth of peuther spoons, fine like...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volume 96

English literature - 1825
...they have no far. dingaleg. The greatest wonder I saw in France, was to see the braw people fall down on their knees on the clarty ground, when the priest...was his popular appellation,) appears to have been folly acquainted with an ingenious expedient, which we observe practised by many publishers of juvenile...
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