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" Scotch ladies are ten thousand times finer and handsomer than the Irish. To be sure now, I see your sisters Betty and Peggy vastly surprised at my partiality ; — but tell them flatly I don't value them or their fine skins, or eyes, or good sense... "
Anthologia Hibernica: Or Monthly Collections of Science, Belles-lettres, and ... - Page 93
1793
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 25

1794
...handlomcr and finer than the Irilh : — to be fure now I lee your filters Betty and Peggy vaftly furprized at my partiality, but tell them flatly, I don't value them, or their fine (kins, or eyes, or good fen fe, or , a potatoe ; for J fay it, and |Wi!l maintain it, and, as a convincing proof (I'm in a...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 25

1794
...tell them flatly, I don't value them, or their fine (kins, or eyes, or good fenfc, or , a potatoc ; for I fay it, and •will maintain it, and, as a convincing proof (I'm in a very great palfion) of what 1 aflert, the Scotch ladies lay it themfelves. But, to be lefs ferious, •where will...
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The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History ..., Volume 56

Great Britain - 1794
...handfomer and finer th.m the Irifli : — to be fure now I fee yonr futcrs Betty and Peggy vaftlr furprifed at my partiality ; but tell them flatly, I don't value them, or thcit fine (kins, or eyes, or good fenfe, or , a poutoc ; for I fay it, and will maintain it, and,...
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Essays and Criticisms, by Dr. Goldsmith;: With an Account of the ..., Volume 2

1798 - 276 pages
...Peggy vaftly furprized at my partiality, but tell thtm flatly, I don't value them, or their fine fkins, or eyes, or good fenfe, or , a potatoe ; for I fay it, and wfll maintain it, and, as a convincing proof (I'm in a very great paffion) of what I aflert, the Scotch...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1794
...haridfomer and finer than the Irilh : — to be fure now Ifeeyourfifters Betty and Peggy vallly furprized at my partiality, but tell them flatly, I don't value them, or their fine Jkins, or eyes, orgoodfenfe, or , a potatoe ; for I fay it, and will maintain it, and, as a convincing...
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The Lady's magazine: or, Entertaining companion for the fair sex

...handfomc: and finer than the Irilh : — to be fore now I fee your fitters Betty and Peggy vaftly furprifed at my partiality ; but tell them flatly, I don't value...it, and, as a convincing proof, (I'm in a very great paffion) of what I aflcrt, the Scotch ladies fey it themfelves. But, to be lefs fefious, where will...
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The Lady's magazine: or, Entertaining companion for the fair sex

1794
...partiality ; but tell them flatly, I don't vahie them, or their fine fkins, or eyes, or good ft-nfe, or , a potatoe ; for I fay it, and will maintain it, and, as a convincing proof, (I'm in a very great paflion) of wnat 1 afTert, the Scotch ladies fay it tbemfclfcs. But, to be lefs ferious, where will...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent prose and epistolary ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...times handsomer and finer than the Irish :—I see your sisters, Betty and Peggy, vastly surprised at my partiality, but tell them flatly, I don't value them, or their fine skins, or eyes, or good sense, a potatoe, for I say it, and will maintain it, and, as a convincing...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection ... from the Most Eminent Prose and ...

Richard Alfred Davenport - English literature - 1827
...times handsomer and finer than the Irish : — I see your sisters, Betty and Peggy, vastly surprised at my partiality, but tell them flatly, I don't value them, or their fine skins, or eyes, or good sense, a potatoe, for I say it, and will maintain it, and, as a convincing...
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The Athenaeum

Great Britain - 1832
...and finer than the Irish ; — to be sure, now, I see your sisters Betty and Peggy vastly surprised at my partiality; but tell them flatly, I don't value them, or their fine skins, or eyes, or good sense, or , a potato ; for I say it, and will maintain it, and as a convincing...
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