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" ... for me!— in most cases — and that easy style of originality, which shows the true gentleman.— As to morals Lidhurst, walk on my boy as to morals, I confess I couldn't bear to see any thing of the Joseph Surface about him. A youth of spirit,... "
Manoeuvring ; Almeria ; and, Vivian (Tales of fashionable life) - Page 256
by Maria Edgeworth - 1848
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 20

Sydney Smith, Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey, Macvey Napier, William Empson, Sir George Cornewall Lewis, Henry Reeve, Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (Hon.), Harold Cox - Literary Criticism - 1812
...House, have the air of having opened a book in his life — mother wit for me! — in most cases— hnd that easy style of originality, which shows the true...prudence, and temperance, and all the cardinal virtues. " IV. p. 41 — 4. This is enough for Lord Glistonbury ; — though we must say for him that he is...
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English 18th Century Dances, Volume 1

Akeroyde's padd (Dance) - 1812
...Joseph Surface about him. A youth of spirit must, you know, Mr. Vivian excuse me, lady Mary, this is en aside— be something of a latitudinarian to keep...at the chaplain, who bowed assent before he knew to \vhal—' it is our cue, as well as this reverend gentleman's, to preach prudence, and temperance,...
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Tales of Fashionable Life: Vivian

Maria Edgeworth - 1812
...latitudinarian to keep in the fashion — not that I mean to say so exactly to Lidhurst — No, no ! — on th& contrary, Mr. Russell, it is our cue, as well as this...looking back at the chaplain, who bowed assent before be knew to what — " it is our cue, as well as this reverend gentleman's, to preach prudence, and...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1812
...know, Mr. Vivian — ^excuse me, Lady Mary, this is an aside- — be something ot a Idtitudiuarian to keep in the fashion — not that I mean to say...to Lidhurst— 'no, no !— »-on the contrary, Mr. Russel, it is our cue, as well as this reverend gentleman's," looking back at the chaplain, who bowed...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 8; Volume 16, Part 2

William Hendry Stowell - Literary Criticism - 1812
...excuse me, Lady Mary, this is an aside — be something oi a Ltitudirarian to keep in the la hion — not that I mean to say so exactly to Lidhurst — no, no ! — on the contrary, Mr. Russel, it is our cue, as well as this reverend gentleman's," looking back at the chaplain, who bowed...
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The Analectic Magazine, to which is Added, an Appendix of Official ..., Volume 1

Washington Irving - 1813
...except in a set speech in the house, have the air of having opened a book in his life — mother wit for me!— in most cases — and that easy style of...prudence, and temperance, and all the cardinal virtues." IV. p. 41 — 4. This is enough for Lord Glistonbury; — though we must say for him that he is equally...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ...

Washington Irving - Literary Criticism - 1813
...the Joseph Surface about him. A youth of spirit, must, you know, Mr. Vivian — —excuse me, ladjr Mary, this is an aside be something of a latitudinarian...prudence, and temperance, and all the cardinal virtues." IV. p. 41— 4. This is enough for Lord Glistonbury; — though we must say for him that he is equally...
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The Analectic Magazine, Volume 1

1813
...him. A youth of spirit, must, you know, Mr. Vivian— •*- excuse me, lady Mary, this is an asidt be something of a latitudinarian to keep in the fashion...prudence, and temperance, and all the cardinal virtues." IV. p. 41 — 4. This is enough for Lord Glistonbury; — though we must say for him that he is equally...
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(405 p.)

Maria Edgeworth - 1825
...simply this : — that he should know every thing that is in all the best books in the library, but yet that he should be the farthest possible from a...is our cue, as well as this reverend gentleman's," lookVOL. Ix. D ing back at the chaplain, who bowed assent before he knew to what, " it is our cue,...
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Tales and miscellaneous piecces

Maria [collections] Edgeworth - 1825
...simply this : — that he should know every thing that is in all the best books in the library, but yet that he should be the farthest possible from a...is our cue, as well as this reverend gentleman's," lookVOL. IX. D ing back at the chaplain, who bowed assent before he knew to what, " it is our cue,...
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