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" But he, poor fellow, is worn out with age, and promises to die before you can see him. On the right hand, stands a cupboard, the work of the same author; it was once a dove-cage, but I transformed it. Opposite to you stands a table, which I also made.... "
The Marlburian - 114 ページ
Marlborough coll 著 - 1885
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, 第 1 巻

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846 - 733 ページ
...stands a table, which I also made ; but a merciless servant having scrubbed until it became paralytie, it serves no purpose now but of ornament; and all...clean shoes stand under it. On the left hand, at the farther end of this superb vestibule, you will find the door of the parlour into which I shall conduct...

Short memoirs of eminent men

Short memoirs - 1847 - 143 ページ
...cage, but I transformed it. Opposite to you stands a table which I also made. On the left hand, on the further end of this superb vestibule, you will find the door of the parlour, into which I shall conduct you, and where I will introduce you to Mrs. Unwin, unless we should meet her before,...

The Works of Cowper and Thomson: Including Many Letters and Poems Never ...

William Cowper - 1851 - 537 ページ
...stands a table, which I also made. But a mereiless servant having serubbed it until it became paralytie, it serves no purpose now but of ornament; and all...clean shoes stand under it. On the left hand, at the farther end of this superb vestibule, you will find the door of the parlour, into which I will conduct...

The Works of William Cowper: His Life, Letters, and Poems. Now First ...

William Cowper - 1851 - 749 ページ
...dove-cage, but 1 transformed it. Opposite to you stands a table, which 1 also made. But, a merciless servant having scrubbed it until it became paralytic,...purpose now but of ornament ; and all my clean shoes slnnd under it. On the left hand, at thr further end of this superb vestibule, you will tind the door...

The Works of Cowper and Thomson: Including Many Letters and Poems Never ...

William Cowper - 1851 - 537 ページ
...purpose now but of ornament; and all my clean shoes stand under it. On the left hand, at the farther troops begin, In gallant thought, to plume the painted...wing; And try again the long-forgotten strain, At firs 1 will introduce you to Mrs. Unwin, unless we should meet her before, and where we will be as happy...

The Modern British Essayists: Jeffrey, Francis. Contributions to the ...

1852
...dove-cage, but I transform-ed it. Opposite to you stands a table, which I also made; but a merciless servant having scrubbed it until it became paralytic,...clean shoes stand under it. On the left hand, at the farther end of this superb vestibule, you will find the door of the " My denr, I have told Homer what...

The Home friend, a weekly miscellany of amusement and instruction, 第 1 巻

Society for promoting Christian knowledge - 1852
...cage, but I transformed it. Opposite to you stands a table which I also made. On the left hand, on the further end of this superb vestibule, you will find the door of the parlour, into which I shall conduct you, and where I will introduce you to Mrs. Unwin, unless we should meet her before,...

The Modern British Essayists: Jeffrey, Francis. Contributions to the ...

1852
...transformed it. Opposite lo you stands a table, which I also made; but a merciless servant having scrubbed i O Iz \, s x5 Yc4/5ݾ A y AP Z `C hP ̭d KH] i Ai 1ws[ f ls _Pa m b ۚ slant under il. On the left hand, at the farther end ol this superb vestibule, you will find the door...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, 第 6 巻

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1854 - 750 ページ
...but of ornament; and all my clean shoes stand under it. On the left hand, at the farther end of thie superb vestibule, you will find the door of the parlour into which I shall conduct you, and where I will introduce you to Mrs. Unwin (unless we should meet her before),...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1856 - 762 ページ
...dove-cage, but I transformed it. Opposite to you stands a table, which I also made; but a merciless servant having scrubbed it until it became paralytic,...now but of ornament ; and all my clean shoes stand undor it. On the left hand, at the farther end of this superb vestibule, you will find the door of...




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