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" ... would imagine, but observing all that stirs on either hand of him without moving his short neck ; hardly ever turning back ; of a light-brown complexion ; teeth not yet failing him... "
The works of John Webster: now first collected with some account of the ... - Page 221
by John Webster - 1830
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The Correspondence of Samuel Richardson, Author of Pamela ..., Volume 1

Samuel Richardson, Sir Richard Phillips - Literary Criticism - 1804
...would imagine^ " but observing all that stirs on either " hand of him, without moving his short " neck; a regular even pace, stealing away " ground rather than seeming to rid it; a " grey eye, too often overclouded by mis" tiness from the head, by chance lively, " very lively if...
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The correspondence of Samuel Richardson ...: selected from the original ...

Samuel Richardson - Novelists, English - 1804
...would imagine, " but observing all that stirs on either " hand of him, without moving his short " neck; a regular even pace, stealing away ** ground rather than seeming to rid it ; a " grey eye, too often overclouded by mis" tiness from the head, by chance lively, " very lively...
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Flowers of Literature: For 1804: Or, Characteristic Sketches of Human Nature ...

English literature - 1805 - 518 pages
...back; ui a light-brown complexion; iceth not yet failing him; smoothish tace, am! riu;dy cheeked:— a regular, even pace, stealing away ground, rather than seeming to rid it : a grey eye, by chance lively j his eye always on tb« ladies." said pretty things — for she was...
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St. Tammany's Magazine, Issues 1-5

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1821
...passengers would imagine, hut ohserving all that stirs on either hand of him without moving his short neck ; a regular even pace, stealing away ground rather than seeming to rid it ; a grey eye, too often overclouded hy mistiness from the head, hy chance lively, very lively if he...
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The Novels of Samuel Richardson, Esq. Viz. Pamela, Clarissa ..., Volume 1

Samuel Richardson - Literary Criticism - 1824
...smoothish-faced, and ruddy-cheeked : at sometimes looking to be about sixty-five, at other times much younger ; a regular even pace, stealing away ground, rather than seeming to rid it : a grey eye, too often overclouded by mistinesses from the head ; by chance lively ; very lively it...
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The Works of John Webster, Volume 3

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - English drama - 1830
...BELL. For mirth on the highway will make us rid groundt faster than if thieves were at our tails. * ha'] The old copy " ho." f rid ground.] ie get over...it." Correspondence, vol. iv. p. 29l. What say ye to this ? let 's all practise jests one against another, and he that has the best jest thrown upon him,...
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The works of John Webster, Volume 3

John Webster, Alexander Dyce - Drama - 1830
...highway will make us rid groundt faster than if thieves were at our tails. * Aa*] The old copy " ho." t rid ground.] ie get over ground : the expression is...it." Correspondence, vol. iv. p. 29l. What say ye to this ? let 's all practise jests one against another, and he that has the best jest thrown upon him,...
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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Biographical memoirs of eminent ...

Sir Walter Scott - France - 1834
...smoothish-faced, and ruddy-cheeked : at sometimes looking to be about sixty-five, at other times much younger ; a regular even pace, stealing away ground, rather than seeming to rid it : a grey eye, too often over-clouded by mistiness from the head ; by chance lively ; very lively it...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 7

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1825
...smoothish-faced, and ruddycheeked: at some times looking to be about sixty-five, at other times much younger; a regular even pace, stealing away ground, rather than seeming to rid it: a grey eye, too often overclouded by mistinesses from the head; by chance lively; very lively it will...
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