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" ... listeners, might not only be always ready in fine weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovelboard, but might also save the expense of a gardener, or of a groom. "
The History of England from the Accession of James II. - Sivu 314
tekijä(t) Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1849 - 526 sivua
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The New monthly belle assemblée, Nide 30

1849
...minht not only be the most patient of butts and of listeners, might not only always be ready in fine weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovelboard, but might also save the expense of a gardener or a groom. Sometimes the reverend man nailed up the apricots, and sometimes he curried the coach-horses....

The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Niteet 16–17

1849
...functions, might not only be the most patient of butts and listeners, might not only be always ready in fine weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovelboard,...nailed up the apricots, and sometimes he curried the coach-horses. lie cast up the farrier's bills. He walked ten miles with a message or a parcel. If he...

The History of England: From the Accession of James the Second, Nide 1

Thomas Babington Macaulay - 1849
...might not only be the most patient of butts and of listeners, might not only be always ready in fine weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovel-board,...the coach horses. He cast up the farrier's bills. Ue walked ten miles with a message or a parcel. He was permitted to dine with the family; but he was...

Political and Social Economy: Its Practical Applications

John Hill Burton - 1849 - 345 sivua
...might not only be the most patk-nt of butts and of listeners — might not only be always ready in tine weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovelboard,...curried the coach horses. He cast up the farrier's bUls: he walked ten miles with a message or a parcel. If he was permitted to (line wito Poor Fielding...

The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Nide 17

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1849
...functions, might not only be tho most patient of butts and listeners, might not only be always ready in fine weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovelboard,...nailed up the apricots, and sometimes he curried the coach-horses. lie cast up the farrier's bills. He walked ten miles with a message or a parcel. If he...

The Living Age ..., Nide 21

1849
...might not only be the most patient of butts and of listeners, might not only be always ready in fine weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovelboard,...nailed up the apricots, and sometimes he curried the coach-horses. He cast up the farrier's bills. He walked ten miles with a message or a parcel. If he...

Political and Social Economy: Its Practical Application

John Hill Burton - 1849 - 345 sivua
...might not only be the most patient of buits and of listeners — might not only be always ready in line weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovelboard,...reverend man nailed up the apricots, and sometimes ho curried the coach horses. He east up the farrier's bills : ho walked ten miles with a message or...

The North British Review, Nide 10

Allan Freer - 1849
...listeners, might not only be always ready in fine weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovolboard, but might also save the expense of a gardener, or...reverend man nailed up the apricots, and sometimes ho curried the coach-horses. lie cast up the farrier's bills. He walked ten miles with a message or...

Notes and Queries

1872
...particularly spiritual character. Sometimes the reverend man nailed up the apricots, and sometimes curried the coach horses. " He cast up the farrier's...bills ; he walked ten miles with a message or a parcel ; he was permitted to dine with the family, but was expected to content himself with the plainest fare...

Norfolk Archaeology: Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to the County ..., Nide 2

1849
...might not only be the most patient of butts and of listeners, might not only always be ready in fine weather for bowls, and in rainy weather for shovelboard, but might also save the expense of a gardener or a groom. Sometimes the reverend man nailed up the apricots, and sometimes he curried the coach-horses....




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