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" He was the man, who bore his part in all societies with the most even temper and undisturbed hilarity of all the good companions, whom I ever knew. He came into your house at the very moment you had put upon your card ; he dressed himself to do your party... "
THE BRITISH CRITIC - Sivu 463
tekijä(t) robert finch - 1806
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Nide 27

1806
...had left it, without any diminution of its humour, adding only a few more twills to his fnuff-box, a few more taps upon the lid of it, with a preparatory...the heels of them. He was the man, who bore his part ia all focietics with the mod even temper and undifhirbed hilarity of all the good companions whom...

The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Nide 6

1806
...adding only a tew more twists to his snuffbox, a few more taps upon the lid of it, whh a pieparaiory grunt or two, the invariable forerunners of the amenity,...of them. He was the man, who bore his part in all societies wish the most even temper and undisturbed hilarity of ull the good companions, whom I ever...

The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1806
...had left it, without any diminution of his humour, adding only a few more twists to his snuff-box, a few more taps upon the lid of it, with a preparatory...invariable forerunners of the amenity, that was at die heels of them. He was the man, who bore his part in all societies with the most even temper and...

The Antijacobin Review: And Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly ..., Nide 23

1806
...had left it, without any diminution of its humour, adding only a few more twifls to his fnuff-box, a few more taps upon the lid of it, with a preparatory grunt or two, the invariable forerunners of the ame« rity, that was at the heels of them. He was the man, who bore his part in all locieties with...

The British Critic, Nide 27

1806
...had left it, without any diminution of its humour, adding only a few more tw:{ls to his fnuff-box, a few more taps upon the lid of it, with a preparatory grunt or two, the invariable forerunners ot the amenity that was at the heels of them. He was the man, who bore his part in all focietics with...

The Emerald, Niteet 1–2

1806
...he had left it, without any diminution of its humor, adding only a few more tw^ts to his snuff-box» a few more taps upon the lid of it, with a preparatory grunt or two, the invariable forerunness - of the ajaenity, that was at the beela of them. He was, tbe man, who bore liis.pajit...

The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Nide 8,Numero 15

Sydney Smith - 1808
...had left it, without any diminution of its humour, adding only a few more twifts to his fnufF-box, a few more taps upon the lid of it, with a preparatory...was the man who bore his part in all focieties with the moft even temper and undifturbed hilarity of all the good companions whom I ever knew. He came...

The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper;: J. Beaumont, G. and ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...wire*. C. Cole's MSS. in British Museum. C. humour, adding only a few more twists to his snuff-box, a few more taps upon the lid of it, with a preparatory...heels of them. He was the man who bore his part in all societies with the niost even temper and undisturbed hilarity of all the good companions whom I ever...

The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Nide 18

Alexander Chalmers - 1814
...had left it, without any diminution of its humour, adding only a few more twists to his srtuff-box, a few more taps upon the lid of it, with a preparatory...heels of them. He was the man who bore his part in all societies with the most even temper and undisturbed hilarity of all the good companions whom I ever...

The General Biographical Dictionary, Nide 18

Alexander Chalmers - 1814
...diminution of its humour, adding only a few more twists to his snuff-box, a few more taps upon the lid o& it, with a preparatory grunt or two, the invariable...heels of them. He was the man who bore his part in all societies with the most even temper and undisturbed hilarity of all the good companions whom I ever...




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