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" SomeSometimes, indeed, there is a fort of whim or affectation of fingularity, in the manner of conferring her favours, that looks as if the defire of being fpoken of, fully as much as the defire of doing good, was the fountain from which they flow. For... "
The Weekly entertainer; or agreeable and instructive repository. [Continued ... - 250 ページ
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, 第 57 巻

1783
...inftanccs, the praife of humanity. Sometimes, indeed, there is a fort of whim or affectation of fingularity, in the manner of conferring her favours, that looks...natural, a'ppeared not infenfiblc to his worth, nor difoleafed with his afliduit'y. But want of fortune on both fides, was an obftacle to their union....

The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, 第 57 巻

Tobias Smollett - 1783
...inflances, the praife of humanity. Sometimes, indeed, there is a fort of whim or affedtation of fingularity, in the manner of conferring her favours, that looks...fountain from which they flow. For example — A young cfficer, who attended the court, fell in love, as was natural, with a young lady. The lady, as was...

Anecdotes of the Russian Empire: In a Series of Letters, Written, a Few ...

William Richardson - 1784 - 478 ページ
...humanity. Four (hillings. SomeSometimes, indeed, there is a fort of whim or affectation of fingularity, in the manner of conferring her favours, that looks...lady. The lady, as was alfo natural, appeared not infenfible to his worth, nor difpleafed with his affiduity. But want of fortune on both fides, was...

The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature, 第 3 巻

1784
...conferring her ta.vours, that looks as if the delire of being fpoken.of, fully as much as the delire of doing good, was the fountain from which they flow....lady. The lady, as was alfo natural, appeared not infenfible to his worth, nor difpleafed with his afliduity. But want of fortune on both lides, was...

The Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge

1784
...conferring her favours, that looks as ii the delire of being fpoken of, fully as much as the dehre of doing good» was the fountain from which they flow. For example — Л young officer, who at-, tended the court, fell in love, as wat natural, with a young lady. The...

Anecdotes of the Russian Empire in a Series of Letters Written a Few Years ...

William Richardson - 1968 - 479 ページ
...• Four fhillings. c omeSometimes, indeed, there is a fort of whim or affectation of fingularity, in the manner of conferring her favours, that looks...lady. The lady, as was alfo natural, appeared not inlenfible to his worth, nor difpleafed with his affiduity. But want of fortune on both fides, was...




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