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" ... with faded crimson curtains; there were Mr. Perkins in his office-coat, brown in parts with coffee, white in others with bean-flour, Mrs. Perkins, in a dark stuff dress, and five children, arrayed according to their age and sex in garments curiously... "
The race for wealth - Page 41
by Charlotte Eliza L. Riddell - 1866
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Once a Week, Volume 1; Volume 14

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1866
...in parts with coffee, white in others with beanflour, Mrs. Perkins, in a dark stuff dress, and fire children, arrayed according to their age and sex in...manager," who had in a cheap sempstress, who affected charwomen, who washed at home, who liked grubbing in the kitchen, who locked up even the mustard-pot,...
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The Race for Wealth: A Novel, Volume 1

Mrs. J. H. Riddell - 1866
...according to their age and sex in garments curiously fashioned, and evidently home-made — evidently, by reason of the bagginess of the nether habiliments...manager," who had in a cheap sempstress, who affected char- woman, who washed at home, who liked grubbing in the kitchen, who locked up even the mustard-pot,...
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Once a Week, Volume 1; Volume 14

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1866
...according to their age and sex in garments curiously fashioned, and evidently home-made — evidently, by reason of the bagginess of the nether habiliments...even for the first time at the delft tea-service, at tho children, and at Mrs. Perkins, could doubt the fact of tho mistress of that household being a '...
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Once a Week, Volume 1; Volume 14

Eneas Sweetland Dallas - 1866
...according to their age and sex in garments curiously fashioned, and evidently home-made — evidently, by reason of the bagginess of the nether habiliments...one, looking even for the first time at the delft tca-eervice, at the children, and at Mrs. Perkins, could doubt the fact of the mistress of that household...
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