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" Danbury, for the exprefs purpofe of judging whether every thing was properly managed ; the whole proceedings appeared nothing but a chain of improprieties, and I therefore think it better to omit a defcription which could only excite the painful duty... "
A gossip's story, and a legendary tale, by the author of Advantages of education - Page 37
by Jane West - 1796
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A Gossip's Story: And a Legendary Tale

Mrs. West (Jane) - 1797
...difcufled in a grand committee-meeting of our fociety, convened at Danbury, for theexprefs purpofeof judging whether every thing was properly managed ;...painful duty of unfavourable criticifm. Why fhould I tell the publick that we determined that the iharriage was too private ; that the bride's clothes were...
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Masking and Unmasking the Female Mind: Disguising Romances in Feminine ...

Mary Anne Schofield - Literary Criticism - 1990 - 217 pages
...deflates reader expectation a la romantic description and describes Marianne's wedding by remarking that "the whole proceedings appeared nothing but a chain...improprieties, and I therefore think it better to omit a description which could only excite the painful duty of unfavourable criticism" (2:37). If this comment...
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