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Jack and Three Jills: A Novel - Page 93
by Francis Charles Philips - 1888 - 279 pages
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A Tale of Warning; Or, The Victims of Indolence: Intended for the Use of ...

Miss Woodland (M.) - English fiction - 1814 - 125 pages
...resolute perseverance to make herself well acquainted with them. I see my niece with a novel in her hand, the last thing at night and the first thing in the morning! Excuse me, niece, but you might employ your time better. The mistress of a family should only read...
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The Tract magazine; or, Christian miscellany. [Continued as] The Tract ...

Tract magazine - 1838
...thoroughfare, I have lately adopted a mode, when the weather is dry, of throwing a tract out of window the last thing at night, and the first thing in the morning ; and if I cannot sleep at midnight, as is sometimes the case, I send a tract out of window. I have...
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The library of medicine, arranged and ed. by A. Tweedie

Library - History - 1841
...child should be suckled at regular intervals of about three hours during the day ; and if this be done the last thing at night, and the first thing in the morning, there will be no need of giving it the breast during the night. With a little perseverance on the part...
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popular education : for the use of parents and teachers, and young persons ...

ira mayhew - 1850
...the common goose-quill, are unobjectionable. The brush should be used, not only after each meal, but the last thing at night and the first thing in the morning. This will prevent the accumulation of tartar, which so commonly incrusts neglected teeth. If suffered...
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Cabramatta, and Woodleigh farm

Mary Theresa Vidal - 1850
...was eager to go back to her book. This went on : the books which Foster lent her were in her thoughts the last thing at night and the first thing in the morning. Mademoiselle had now often to ring her bell for coals ; when she heard it, Mary would start and colour...
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The Personal History of David Copperfield

Charles Dickens - Boys - 1850 - 624 pages
...improved by these experiments, or that it was exactly the compound one would have chosen for a stomachic, the last thing at night and the first thing in the morning, I drank it gratefully and was very sensible of his attention. We seem, to me, to have been months over...
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Popular Education; for the Use of Parents and Teachers, and for Young ...

Education - 1850 - 475 pages
...the common goose-quill, are unobjectionable. The brush should be used, not only after each meal, but the last thing at night and the first thing in the morning. This will prevent the accumulation of tartar, which so commonly incrusts neglected teeth. If suffered...
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A System of midwifery

Edward Rigby - 1851 - 422 pages
...child should be suckled at regular intervals of about three hours during the day; and if this be done the last thing at night, and the first thing in the morning, there will be no need of giving it the breast during the night. With a little perseverance on the part...
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The illustrated London cookery book

Frederick Bishop - 1852
...upper cork-hole for the beer to work through, and attend to it three or four times a day, particularly the last thing at night and the first thing in the morning, and when the fermentation is done working, which is usually in three or four days, clean the casks...
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The Clifton tales and narratives

Brotherhood of st. Vincent of Paul - 1854
...Agnes. There is the bell for breakfast, and I have not gathered my flowers, though I thought c: them the last thing at night and the first thing in the morning. Well, well; patience was my virtue for yesterday's practice, and it certainly was not much tried: I...
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