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" I know you all do, of us : — if you treated us as gentlemen, we must treat you as ladies — but who, do you think, is to treat you as ladies, when one comes up with a slap, and another with some rude speech— and one stares us out of countenance,... "
Heraline; or, Opposite proceedings - Página 255
por Laetitia Matilda Hawkins - 1821
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volumen16

1821
...•5J2 Heraline; or Opposite Proceedings. men, we mint treat you as ladies—but who, do you think, h to treat you as ladies, when one comes up with a slap, and another witli some rude speech—and one stares us out of countenance, and another—does thing.s that make...
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Letters of Lady Louisa Stuart to Miss Louisa Clinton

Lady Louisa Stuart - 1901
...apt comment on this text the words Miss Hawkins makes a man say to a young woman— " If you treat us as gentlemen, we must treat you as ladies ; but...treat you as ladies, when one comes up with a slap, another with some rude speech, and one stares us out of countenance, and another—does things that...
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