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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 correspondence of Samuel Richardson ...: selected from the original ... - Page 291
by Samuel Richardson - 1804
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volume 8

Sir Walter Scott - Crafts & Hobbies - 1847
...rudd\ cheeked : at sometimes looking lo be about sixtyfive, at other times much vounger; a reguläreren pace, stealing away ground, rather than seeming to rid it : a gray eye, too often over clouded by misli- nesses from the head ; by chance lively : very lively it will be, if he have...
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The Town: Its Memorable Characters and Events. ...

London (England) - 1848 - 312 pages
...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 mistiness from the head, by chance lively, very lively if he sees...
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Recollections of a literary life: or Books, places and people

Mary Russell Mitford - Authors - 1851 - 558 pages
...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 gray eye too often overclouded by mis- . tiness from the head ; by chance lively, very lively if he sees any he lo\es ; if he approaches...
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Willis's Current notes

Willis's Current notes - 1853
...yet failing him ; smoothish faced and ruddy cheeked ; at sometimes looking to he about sixty-five, at other times much younger ; a regular even pace, stealing away ground, rather than seeming to get rid of it ; a grey eye, too often overclouded by mistiness from the head ; by chance lively —...
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Willis's Current Notes: A Series of Articles on Antiquities, Biography ...

George Willis - 1853
...yet failing him ; 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 get rid of it ; a grey eye, too often overclouded by mistiness from the head ; by chance lively —...
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Recollections of a Literary Life, Or, Books, Places, and People

Mary Russell Mitford - Authors - 1853 - 376 pages
...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 mistiness from the head ; by chance lively, very lively if he sees...
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Recollections of a Literary Life

Mary Russell Mitford - Authors - 1855 - 558 pages
...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 gray eye too often overclouded by mistiness from the head ; by chance lively, very lively if he sees any he loves ; if he approaches...
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The Works of John Webster: With Some Account of the Author, and Notes

John Webster - 1859 - 383 pages
...surprised to find it used ao recently as in a letter from Richardson, the novelist, to Lady Bradshaigh ; "a regular even pace, stealing away ground, rather than seeming to rid U." Corretpondtna, vol. iv. 291. Green. Is'ta bargain ? Omnei. And hands clapt upon it. licit. Stay,...
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A Walk from London to Fulham

Thomas Crofton Croker - London (England) - 1860 - 256 pages
...yet failing him ; smoothish faced and ruddy cheeked ; 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 get rid of it ; a grey eye, too often overclouded by mistiness from the head ; by chance lively —very...
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