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" It is very pleasant dining with a bachelor,' said Miss Matty softly, as we settled ourselves in the counting-house. 'I only hope it is not improper; so many pleasant things are! "
Harper's Magazine - Page 462
edited by - 1852
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Cranford. Illustr. ed

1864
...into the pipe ; and then we withdrew. "It is very pleasant dining with a bachelor," said Miss Matty, softly, as we settled ourselves in the counting-house....like one of the great Dr. Johnson's rooms," said Miss Matty. " What a superior man your cousin must be ! " " Yes ! " said Miss Pole ; " he's a great reader...
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Looking Toward Sunset: From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected

Lydia Maria Child - Old age - 1865 - 455 pages
...to her refinement, it was also a gratification to her feelings, to be thus selected ; so she daintly stuffed the strong tobacco into the pipe ; and then...things are!" " What a number of books he has ! " said Misa Pole, looking round the room. " And how dusty they are!" " I think it must be like one of the...
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Cranford

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1867 - 295 pages
...into the pipe; and then we withdrew. "It is very pleasant dining with a bachelor," said Miss Matty, softly, as we settled ourselves in the counting-house....like one of the great Dr. Johnson's rooms," said Miss Matty. "What a superior man your cousin must be!" "Yes!" said Miss Pole; "he's a great reader; but...
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Novels and tales, Volume 4

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell - 1873
...good peas went away almost untouched. " It is very pleasant dining with a bachelor," said Miss Matty, softly, as we settled ourselves in the counting-house....hope it is not improper ; so many pleasant things are ! " After dinner, a clay pipe was brought in, and a spittoon ; and, asking us to retire to another...
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Looking Toward Sunset: From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected

Lydia Maria Child - Old age - 1884 - 455 pages
...to her refinement, it was also a gratification to her feelings, to be thus selected ; so she daintly stuffed the strong tobacco into the pipe ; and then...great Dr. Johnson's rooms," said Miss Matey. " What a tupcrior man your cousin must be ! " " Yes ! " said Miss Pole ; " he 'sa great reader ; but I am afraid...
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Looking Toward Sunset: From Sources Old and New, Original and Selected

Lydia Maria Francis Child - Old age - 1886 - 455 pages
...to her refinement, it was also a gratification to her feelings, to be thus selected; so she daintly stuffed the strong tobacco into the pipe ; and then...great Dr. Johnson's rooms," said Miss Matey. "What a luperior man your cousin must be I " " Yes ! " said Miss Pole ; " he 'sa great reader; but I am afraid...
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Cranford and Other Tales

English fiction - 1886 - 488 pages
...into the pipe, and then we withdrew. " It is very pleasant dining with a bachelor," said Miss Matty, softly, as we settled ourselves in the counting-house....like one of the great Dr. Johnson's rooms," said Miss Matty " What a superior man your cousin must be ! " " Yes ! " said Miss Pole, " he's a great reader...
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Looking Toward Sunset

Lydia Maria Francis Child - 1887
...to her refinement, it was also a gratification to her feelings, to be thus selected ; so she daintly stuffed the strong tobacco into the pipe ; and then...hope it is not improper ; so many pleasant things are 1 " " What a number of books he has ! " said Miss Pole, looking round the room. " And how dusty they...
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Cranford

Bookbinding - 1891 - 297 pages
...into the pipe; and then we withdrew. " It is very pleasant dining with a bachelor, " said Miss Matty, softly, as we settled ourselves in the counting-house....looking round the room. "And how dusty they are!" CR AN FOR I). "I think it must be like one of the great Dr. Johnson's rooms," said Miss Matty. "What...
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Cranford

Country life - 1892 - 297 pages
...into the pipe, and then we withdrew. ' It is very pleasant dining with a bachelor,' said Miss Matty softly, as we settled ourselves in the counting-house....like one of the great Dr. Johnson's rooms,' said Miss Matty. ' What a superior man your cousin must be ! ' ' Yes ! ' said Miss Pole, ' he's a great reader...
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