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" I firft had the honour of being acquainted with you. I know very well, that it is the duty of every lover to fubmit, in all things, to the pleafure of the beautiful object, whofe chains he wears "
The Novelist's Magazine - Page 153
1784
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The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless: In Four Volumes, Volume 3

Eliza Fowler Haywood - English fiction - 1751
...thence, with the fame jeadinefs you have done from moft of the other places where you have been, fince I firft had the honour of being acquainted with you.'...pleafure of the beautiful object, whofe chains he wears ; yet, madam, as you have hitherto made mine eafy, you muft pardon me, when I fay, this fudden...
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The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless ...

Eliza Fowler Haywood - 1768
...fince I firft had the honour of being acquainted with * you. * diftracled for the explanation of. I know very well, that it is the duty of every lover...fubmit, in all things, to the pleafure of the beautiful objeft, whofe chains he wears ; yet, Madam, as you have hitherto made mine eafy, you muft pardon...
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The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless

Eliza Haywood - Fiction - 1998 - 656 pages
...with the same readiness you have done from most of the other places where you have been, since I first had the honour of being acquainted with you. I know very well, that it is the duty of every lover to submit, in all things, to the pleasure of the beautiful object, whose chains he wears; yet, madam,...
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The Passionate Fictions of Eliza Haywood: Essays on Her Life and Work

Kirsten T. Saxton, Rebecca P. Bocchicchio
...language, and each bears traces of distinctive fictional modes. Munden, the man she marries, writes, I know very well, that it is the duty of every lover to submit, in all things to the pleasure of the beautiful object whose chains he wears. . . . Some business...
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