O novo guia da conversação, em portuguez e inglez: ou, Escolha de dialogos familiares sôbre varios assumptos

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Va. J.P. Aillaud, Monlon e Ca., 1855 - Portuguese language - 182 pages
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Page v - We expect then, who the little book (for the care what we wrote him, and for her typographical correction) that may be worth the acceptation of the studious persons, and especialy of the Youth, at which we dedicate him particularly.
Page 160 - At the middle of a night very dark, a blind was walk in the streets with a light on the hand and a full jar upon the back. Some one which ran do meet him, and surprised of that light :
Page 141 - Guttler, a very rich man too many avaricious, commonly he was travel at a horse, and single for to avoid all expenses. In the evening at to arrive at the inn did feign to be indispose, to the end that one bring him the supper. He did ordered to the stable knave to bring in their room some straw, for to put in their boots he made to warm her bed and was go lo sleep.
Page 110 - Your pistols are its loads ? No ; I forgot to buy gun-powder and balls. Let us prick. Go us more fast never I was seen a so much bad beast ; she will not nor to bring forward neither put back.
Page 148 - Not quit, because my house where I was disposed my money, finish to be consumed by the flames.' ' Oh, here is a great misfortune.' 'Not so great nor I either, because my wife and my house are burned together.
Page 148 - Not so much great deal worse ; because her dower was from two thousand lewis.' 'Well, that confort.' 'Not absolutely, why i had emplored this sum for to buy some muttons which are all deads of the rot.
Page v - The Works which we were confering for this labour, fond use us for nothing; but those what were publishing to Portugal, or out, they were almost all composed for some foreign, or for some national little aquainted in the spirit of both languages.
Page 149 - A lady, which was to dine, chid to her servant that she had not used butter enough. This girl, for the excuse him selves, was bring a little cat on her hand, and told that she came to take him in the crime, finishing to eat the two pounds from butter who remain. The lady took immediately the cat, was put into the balances, it had not weighed theat one an half pound. Two friends who from long they not were seen meet one's selves for hazard.
Page 123 - ... shell is green yet. The artichoks grow its ? I have a particular care of its, because I know you like the bottoms. It must to cup the trees. It should pull the bad grasses up. The books and of the reading. Do you like the reading good deal too many which The field. All the fields that you see thither were been neglected; it must I shall grub up and to plough its. The ground seems me a little scour with sand and yet it may one make it bring up ; I want be fumed time by time. The writing. Your...
Page 141 - ... sleep. When the servant was draw again, he come up again, and with the straw of their boots, and the candle what was leave him he made a small fire where he was roast a herring what he did keep of her pocket. He was always the precaution one to provide him self of a small of bread and one bring up a water bofr tie, and thus with a little money.

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