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" Oldham's economy in several of his letters. He had a right to do what he would with his own fortune. It was not ours till now. Whatever he has left us, he might have still lessened it. That economy is all that concerns us in interest ; and that is in... "
The History of Sir Charles Grandison: In a Series of Letters - Sivu 216
tekijä(t) Samuel Richardson - 1776
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...house. Wherever he was, he lived in the same taste. He praises to me Mrs. Oldham's economy in several of his letters. He had a right to do what he would...ours till now. Whatever he has left us, he might have still lessened it. That economy is all that concerns us in interest ; and that is in her favour. If...

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