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" I firft had the honour of being acquainted with you. I know very well, that it is the duty of every lover to fubmit, in all things, to the pleafure of the beautiful object, whofe chains he wears "
The Novelist's Magazine - Page 156
1784
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The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless: In Four Volumes, Volume 3

Eliza Fowler Haywood - English fiction - 1751
...thence, with the fame jeadinefs you have done from moft of the other places where you have been, fince I firft had the honour of being acquainted with you.'...pleafure of the beautiful object, whofe chains he wears ; — yet, madam, as you have hitherto made mine eafy, you muft pardon me, when I fay, this fudden...
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The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless ...

Eliza Fowler Haywood - 1768
...fince I firft had the honour of being acquainted with * you. * diftracled for the explanation of. I know very well, that it is the duty of every lover...fubmit, in all things, to the pleafure of the beautiful objeft, whofe chains he wears ; — yet, Madam, as you have hitherto made mine eafy, you muft pardon...
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The History of Miss Betsy Thoughtless

Eliza Haywood - Fiction - 1998 - 656 pages
...with the same readiness you have done from most of the other places where you have been, since I first had the honour of being acquainted with you. I know very well, that it is the duty of every lover to submit, in all things, to the pleasure of the beautiful object, whose chains he wears; — yet, madam,...
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The Passionate Fictions of Eliza Haywood: Essays on Her Life and Work

Kirsten T. Saxton, Rebecca P. Bocchicchio - History
...language, and each bears traces of distinctive fictional modes. Munden, the man she marries, writes, “I know very well, that it is the duty of every lover to submit, in all things to the pleasure of the beautiful object whose chains he wears. . . . Some business...
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