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" Is any thing more common than to see our ladies of qua'lity wear such high shoes as they cannot walk in without one to lead them ; and a gown as long again as their body, so that they cannot stir to the next room without a page or two to hold it up... "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Página 307
1769
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London: Being an Accurate History and Description of the British ..., Volumen4

David Hughson - 1807
...walk in without one to lead them? .And a gown as long again as their body; sd that they cannot stir to the next room without a page or two to hold it up?" Many ladies, at this period, are painted with their arms and their bosoms bare ; and there is no doubt...
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A manual of essays, selected from various authors

Manual - 1809
...walk in without one to lead them ; t and a gown as long again as their body, so that they cannot pass to the next room without a page or two to hold it up 1 I may safely say that all the ostentation of our grandees,- is just like a train, of no use, * Was...
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The Works of Mr. A. Cowley: In Prose and Verse, Volumen3

Abraham Cowley - 1809
...walk in without one to lead them ; and a gown as long again as their body, so that they cannot stir to the next room without a page or two to hold it up ? I may safely say, that all the ostentation of our grandees is, just like a train, of no use in the...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen132

1882
...walk in without one to lead them ; and a gown as long again as their body, so that they cannot stir to the next room without a page or two to hold it up1?" This, however, is not the only instance in which baselessly a "Thought hangs like a cold and...
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The British Prose Writers: Cowley's essays. Shenstone's essays

1821
...walk in, without one to lead them ; and a gown as long again as their body, so that they cannot stir to the next room without a page or two to hold it up ? 1 may safely say, that all the ostentation of our grandees is, just like a train, of no use in the...
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The British poets: including translations ...

1822
...walk in without one to lead them; and a gown as long again as their body, so that they cannot stir to the next room without a page or two to hold it up 1 I may safely say, that all the ostentation of our grandees is, just like a train, of no use in the...
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - 1822
...walk in without one to lead them ; and a gown as long again as their body, so that they cannot stir to the next room without a page or two to hold it up ? I may safely say, that all the ostentation of our grandees is, just like a train, of no use in the...
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Saturday Night: Comprising a Review of New Publications, Biography ..., Volumen1

1824
...walk in without one to lead them ! And a gown as long again as their body; so that they cannot stir to the next room without a page or two to hold it up?" The citizens' wives, in this reign, seem to have had their domestic sumptuary laws, and to have adopted the frugal maxims of their husbands....
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Saturday night

Saturday night - 1824
...walk in without one to lead them ? And a gown as long again as their body ; so that they cannot stir to the next room without a page or two to hold it up f The citizens' wives, in this reign, seem to have had their domestic sumptuary laws, and to have adopted...
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Prose Works of Abraham Cowley ; Including His Essays in Prose and Verse

Abraham Cowley - 1826 - 238 páginas
...walk in, without one to lead them ; and a gown as long again as their body, so that they cannot stir to the next room, without a page or two to hold it up ? I may safely say, that all the ostentation of our grandees is, just like a train, of no use in the...
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