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" ... following pages neither a romance of chivalry, nor a tale of modern manners ; that my hero will neither have iron on his shoulders, as of yore, nor on the heels of his boots, as is the present fashion of Bond Street ; and that my damsels will neither... "
Waverley - Page 2
by Sir Walter Scott - 1885
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Waverley; Or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since ...

Walter Scott - 1821
...of Bond-street; and that my damsels will neither be clothed " in purple and in pall," like the Lady Alice of an old ballad, nor reduced to the primitive nakedness of a modern fashionable at a route. From this my choice of an era the understanding critic may farther presage, that the object...
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The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His ..., Volume 2

Walter Scott - English literature - 1833
...of Bond Street ; and that my damsels will neither be clothed " in purple and in pall," like the Lady 743 D #< I l ! F -G e. c) Y b | T hd ,%7 Q p d W modem fashionable at a rout. From this my choice of an era the understanding critic may farther presage,...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volume 1

Walter Scott - 1841
...of Bond Street ; and that my damsels will neither be clothed " in purple and in pall," like the Lady Alice of an old ballad, nor reduced to the primitive nakedness of a modem fashionable at a rout. Krom this my choice of an era the understanding critic may farther presage,...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volume 1

Walter Scott - 1844
...will neither be clothed "in purple and in pall," like the I, ady Alice of an old ballad, nor {educed to the primitive nakedness of a modern fashionable at a rout. From this lé "I an era ih' understanding critic may fanhel presage, that the object of my tale is description...
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The Novels of Walter Scott: With All His Introd. and Notes, Volume 1

Sir Walter Scott - 1846
...of Bond Street; and tliat my damsels will neither be clothed " in purple and in pall," like the Lady Alice of an old ballad, nor reduced to the primitive...the understanding critic may farther presage, that tile object of my tale is more a description of men than manners. A tale of manners, to be interesting,...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volume 2

Sir Walter Scott - 1846
...of Bond Street ; and that my damsels will neither be clothed " in purple and in pall," like the Lady Alice of an old ballad, nor reduced to the primitive nakedness of a modem fashionable at a rout. From this my choice of an era the understanding critic may farther presage,...
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Waverley Novels: From the Last Rev. Ed., Containing the Author's ..., Volume 1

Walter Scott - 1852
...of Bond Street ; and that my damsels will neither be clothed " in purple and in pall," like the Lady Alice of an old ballad, nor reduced to the primitive...modern fashionable at a rout. From this my choice of an aera the understanding critic may farther presage, that the object of my tale is more a description...
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Englische grammatik ...: -3. Th. Die lehre von der wort-und satzfügung. 1.-2 ...

English language - 1864
...from that which seems (Field of Waterl. 5.). If I may judge from what I have heard (BYR., Cain 1, 1.). From this my choice of an era the understanding critic...my tale is more a description of men than manners (8сотт, Waverley 1.). <3o toirb oud) benennen nad) ettoaę, -ober jentanb, mit from fonftrilirt:...
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An English Grammar: Methodical, Analytical, and Historical. With a ..., Volume 2

English language - 1874
...that which seems (Field of Waterl. 5.). If I may judge from what I have heard (Bvrt., Cain 1, 1.). From this my choice of an era the understanding critic...my tale is more a description of men than manners (ScuTT, Waverley 1.). So too to name after anything or anybody is construed with from: The country...
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An English Grammar: Methodical, Analytical, and Historical. With a ..., Volume 2

English language - 1874
...that which seems (Field of Water!, ft.). If I may judge from what I have heard (BvK., Cain 1, 1.). From this my choice of an era the understanding critic may farther presai/e. that the object of my tale is more a description of men than manners (ScoTT, Waverley 1.)....
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