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" while to make him repeat. naming, I take to be " Upon which, though We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where were three or four very odd fellows sitting together upon the bench. These I found were all of them politicians, who used to sun themselves... "
The British essayists; to which are prefixed prefaces by J. Ferguson - Page 57
by British essayists - 1819
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THE WORKS OF JOSEPH ADDISON

GEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE - 1870
...he whispered something in my ear, which I did not hear, or think worth my while to make him repeat, We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where...used to sun themselves in that place every day about dinner-time. Observing them to be curiosities in their kind, and my friend's acquaintance, I sat down...
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CHOICE SPECIMENS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE

THOMAS B. SHAW - 1870
...than in any other part of the body! Because, said, I, the bullet chanced to light there. * * * , * We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where...used to sun themselves in that place every day about dinner-time. Observing them to be curiosities in their kind, and my friend's acquaintance, I sat down...
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The Book of Elegant Extracts ...

1875 - 148 pages
...he whispered something in my ear, which I did not hear or think worthy my while to make him repeat. We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where...used to sun themselves in that place every day about dinner-time. Observing them to be curiosities in their kind, and my friend's acquaintance, I sat down...
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Thackerayana

William Makepeace Thackeray - Literature - 1875 - 492 pages
..."more than in any other part of the body?" " Because," said I, " the bullet chanced to light there." These I found were all of them politicians, who used to sun themselves in that place every day about dinner-time. Observing them to be curiosities in their kind, and my friend's acquaintance, I sat down...
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The Tatler and the Guardian

Sir Richard Steele - 1880 - 482 pages
...he whispered something in my ear, which I did not hear, or think worth my while to make him repeat. We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where were three or four very odd feJlows sitting together upon the bench. These I found were all of them politicians, who used to sun...
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Cyclopędia of English Literature: A History, Critical and ..., Volume 3

Robert Chambers - English literature - 1879
...something in my ear, which I did not hear, or think worthy my while to make him repeat* upon . ... We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where...fellows sitting together upon the bench. These I found worn all of them politicians, who used to sun themselves in that place every day about dinner-time....
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The Works of Joseph Addison: Including the Whole Contents of Bp. Hurd's ...

Joseph Addison - 1880
...he whispered something iu my ear, which I did not hear, or think worth my while to make him repeat We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where...used to sun themselves in that place every day about dinner-time. Observing them to be curiosities in their kind, and my friend's acquaint ance, I sat down...
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The handbook of specimens of English literature, selected by J. Angus

Joseph Angus - 1880
...he whispered something in my ear, which I did not hear or think worthy my while to make him repeat. We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where...together upon the bench. These, I found, were all of them ]K>liticiaus, who used to sun themselves in that place every day about dinner-time. Observing them...
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Essays of Joseph Addison

Joseph Addison - English essays - 1882 - 377 pages
...he whispered something in my ear, which I did not hear, or think worth my while to make him repeat. We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where...used to sun themselves in that place every day about dinner-time. Observing them to be curiosities in their kind, and my friend's acquaintance, I sat down...
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Eighteenth Century Essays

Austin Dobson - English essays - 1882 - 284 pages
...he whispered something in my ear, which I did not hear, or think worth my while to make him repeat. We were now got to the upper end of the Mall, where...used to sun themselves in that place every day about dinner-time. Observing them to be curiosities in their kind, and my friend's acquaintance, I sat down...
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