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" I'll lay my life they'll wound every hearer. " We have no such character here as a coquet, but alas ! how many envious prudes! Some days ago I walked into my Lord Kilcoubry's (don't be surprised, my lord is but a glover,)* when the... "
Anthologia Hibernica: Or Monthly Collections of Science, Belles-lettres, and ... - Page 93
1793
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Essays and Criticisms, by Dr. Goldsmith;: With an Account of the Author. In ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1798 - 276 pages
...teach one of their young ladies to pronounce — " Whoar vvull I gong"— • with a becoming widenefs of mouth, and I'll lay my life they will wound every...envious prudes! — Some days ago I walked into my Lord Kilkoubry's (dont't be furprized, my Lord is but a glover), when the Duchefs of Hamilton (that fair...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

Literary Criticism - 1794
...inftance, teach one of their young ladies to pronounce—" Whoar wull I gong'1 —with a becoming wider.efs of mouth, and I'll lay my life they will wound every...here as a coquet; but, alas ! how many envious prudes ! — fome days ago I walked into my Ld. Kilcoubry's (don't be furprifed, my Lord is but a glover,)...
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The miscellanoeus works of Oliver Goldsmith [ed. by S. Rose].

Oliver Goldsmith, Thomas Percy (bp. of Dromore.) - 1801
...pronounce the " Whoar wull I gong" with a becoming widening of mouth, and I'll lay my life they'll wound every hearer. We have no fuch character here...envious prudes ! Some days ago, I walked into my Lord Kilcoubry's, (don't be furprifed, my lord is but a glover) when the Duchefs of H. (that fair who facrificed...
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The Lady's magazine: or, Entertaining companion for the fair sex

...inftance, teajh one of their young ladies to pronounce — " Whoar wull I gong," with a becoming widenefs of mouth, and, I'll lay my life, they will wound every hearer. We have no fuch charaftjr here as a coquet; but, alas ! how many envious prudes ! —Some days ago I walked into my...
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The Lady's magazine: or, Entertaining companion for the fair sex

1794
...inftance, teach one of their young ladies to pronounce — « Whoar wull I gong," with a becoming widenefs of mouth, and, I'll lay my life, they will wound every hearer. We have fco fuch char?.cK-r here as a coquet) but, al.-u ! how' ninny cnvifius prudes! —Sonic days ago I...
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The miscellaneous works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.

Oliver Goldsmith, Thomas Percy, Thomas Campbell - 1809
...with a becoming widening of mouth, and I'll lay my life they'll wound every hearer. We have no such character here as a coquet, but, alas ! how many envious prudes ! Some days ago, I walked into my lord Kilcoubry's, (don't be surprised, my lord is but a glover) when the duchess of H. (that fair who sacrificed...
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Tickler, Or, Monthly Compendium of Good Things, in Prose and ..., Volumes 1-3

English wit and humor - 1818
...teach one. of their youjig ladies to pronounce — " Whoar will! I gong" — with a becoming widcness of mouth, and I'll lay my life they will wound every hearer. We have no such character here as a coquet; but, alas! how many envious prudes ! Some days ago I walke'd into...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection ... from the Most Eminent Prose and ...

Richard Alfred Davenport - English literature - 1827
...instance, teach one of their young ladies to pronounce " \Vhorr wull I gang," with a becoming wideness of mouth, and I'll lay my life they will wound every hearer. We have no such character here as a coquet ; but, alas ! how many envious prudes ! Some days ago I walked into...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent prose and epistolary ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...instance, teach one of their young ladies to pronounce " Whorr wull I gang," with a becoming wideness of mouth, and I'll lay my life they will wound every hearer. We have no such character here as a coquet: but, alas ! how many envious prudes ! Some days ago I walked into...
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The Athenaeum

Great Britain - 1832
...instance, teach one of your young ladies to pronounce " Whoar will I gong" — with a becoming wideness of mouth, and I'll lay my life they will wound every hearer. We have no such character here as a coquet ; but alas ! how many envious prudes ! Some days ago, I walked into...
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