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" ... being in general readers of plays, were obliged to attend the more, and did attend, to what was going on, on the stage— because a word lost would have been a chasm, which it was impossible for them to fill up. With such reflections we consoled our... "
Elia: Essays which Have Appeared Under that Signature in the London Magazine ... - Sivu 91
tekijä(t) Charles Lamb - 1828 - 230 sivua
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The Manchester iris, Nide 2

1823
...since in more expensire situations in the house ? Tbe getting in indeed, snd the crowding up these inconvenient staircases, was bad enough, — but there...great an extent as we have ever found it in the other passages — and bow a little difficulty overcome heightened the snug seat, and the play, afterwards...

The London Magazine, Nide 7

1823
...which it was impossible for them to fill up. With such reflections we consoled our pride then — and I appeal to you, whether, as a woman, I met generally...great an extent as we have ever found it in the other passages — and how a little difficulty overcome heightened the snug seat, and the play, afterwards...

The London Magazine, Nide 7

1823
...which it was impossible for them to fill up. With such reflections we consoled our pride then — and I appeal to you, whether, as a woman, I met generally...than I have done since in more expensive situations hi the house ? The getting in indeed, and the crowding up those inconvenient staircases, was bad enough,...

The Last Essays of Elia: Being a Sequel to Essays Published Under ..., Osa 2

Charles Lamb - 1833 - 283 sivua
...which it was impossible for them to fill up. With such reflections we consoled our pride then — and I appeal to you, whether, as a woman, I met generally...enough, — but there was still a law of civility to woman recognised to quite* as great an extent as we ever found in the other passages — and how a...

Essays of Elia

Charles Lamb - 1835 - 412 sivua
...up. With such reflections we consoled our pride then — and I appeal to you, whether, as a woman, f met generally with less attention and accommodation,...inconvenient staircases, was bad enough, — but there was stiH a law of civility to woman recognised to quite as great an extent as we ever found in the other...

The Republic of Letters: A Weekly Republication of Standard Literature, Nide 3

1835
...which it was impossible for them to fill up. With such reflections we consoled our pride then, and I appeal to you, whether, as a woman, I met generally...house ? The getting in, indeed, and the crowding up the inconvenient staircases, was bad enough, but there was still a law of civility to women recognized...

The Republic of Letters: A Weekly Republication of Standard Literature, Nide 3

1835
...which it was impossible for them to fill up. With such reflections we consoled our pride then, and 1 appeal to you, whether, as a woman, I met generally...house ? The getting in, indeed, and the crowding up the inconvenient staircases, was bad enough, but there was still a law of civility to women recognized...

The prose works of Charles Lamb, Nide 3

Charles Lamb - 1836
...which it was impossible for them to fill up. With such reflections we consoled our pride then — and I appeal to you, whether, as a woman, I met generally...enough, — but there was still a law of civility to woman recognised to quite as great an extent as we ever found in the other passages — and how a little...

Elia, Nide 1

Charles Lamb - 1836
...which it was impossible for them to fill up. With such reflections we consoled our pride then — and I appeal to you, whether, as a woman, I met generally...enough, — but there was still a law of civility to woman recognised to quite as great an extent as we ever found in the other passages — and how a little...

The Works of Charles Lamb: To which are Prefixed, His Letters, and a ..., Nide 2

Charles Lamb, Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - 1838 - 476 sivua
...which it was impossible for them to fill up. With such reflections we consoled our pride then — and I appeal to you whether, as a woman, I met generally...enough — but there was still a law of civility to woman recognised to quite as great an extent as we ever found in the other passages — and how a little...




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