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" ... monstrous face, under which, notwithstanding it was made to frown and stare in a most extraordinary manner, I could still discover a distant resemblance of my old friend. Sir Roger, upon seeing me laugh, desired me to tell him truly if I thought it... "
The British Essayists - Сторінка 256
редактори - 1808
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The Spectator, Том 2

1729
...him truly if I thought it poffible for People to know him in that Difguife. I at fir ft kept my ufual Silence; but upon the Knight's conjuring me to tell him whether it was not ftiH more like himfelf than a Saracen, I compofed my Countenance in the beft Manner I could, and replied,...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Том 4

1786
...if I thought it poflihle for people to know him in that difguife. I at firft kept my ufual filence; but upon the knight's conjuring me to tell him whether it was not ftifl more like himfelf than a Saracen, I corapolêd my countenance in the bed manner I could, and...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers, Том 7

British essayists - 1802
...Sir Roger, upon seeing me laugh, desired me to tell him truly if I thought it possible for people to know him in that disguise. I at first kept my usual...sides.' These several adventures, with the knight's be-> haviour in them, gave me as pleasant a day as ever I met with in any of my travels. (i. N° 1...
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Selections from the Spectator, Tatler, Guardian, and Freeholder: Selections ...

1804
...Sir Roger, upon seeing me laugh, desired me to tell him truly if I thought it possible for people to know him in that disguise. I at first kept my usual...it was not still more like himself than a Saracen, f composed my countenance in the best manner I could, and* replied, ' that much might be said on both...
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The Spectator [by J. Addison and others]; with notes, and a general index

Spectator The - 1811
...Sir Roger, upon seeing me laugh, desired me to tell him truly if I thought it possible for people to know him in that disguise. I at first kept my usual...countenance in the best manner I could, and replied, that ' innch might be said on both sides.' These several adventures, with the knight's behaviour in them,...
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The British Essayists

1823
...upon seeing me VOL. 11. s laugh, desired me to tell him truly if I thought it possible for people to know him in that disguise. I at first kept my usual...be said on both sides.' These several adventures, wilh the knight's behaviour in them, gave me as pleasant a day as ever I met with in any of my travels....
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Heraldic Anomalies: Or Rank Confusion in Our Orders of Precedence ..., Том 2

Edward Nares - 1823 - 372 стор.
...Sir Roger, upon seeing me laugh, desired me to tell him truly if I thought it possible for people to know him in that disguise. I at first kept my usual...was not still more like himself than a Saracen, I c6mposed my countenance in the best manner I could, and replied, that much might be said on both sides."...
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Heraldic Anomalies, Том 2

Edward Nares - 1824 - 817 стор.
...Sir Roger, upon seeing me laugh, desired me to tell him truly if I thought it possible for people to know him in that disguise. I at first kept my usual...and replied, that much might be said on both sides." I have always been delighted with this story, as so highly creditable to master and man ; for it is...
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The Spectator: With Notes and a General Index, Томи 1 – 2

1836
...Sir Roger, upon seeing me laugh, desired me to tell him truly if I thought it possible for people to know "him in that disguise. I at first kept my usual...Saracen, I composed my countenance in the best manner I couln, and replied, ' that much might be said on both sides.' These several adventures, with the knight's...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

1836
...Sir Roger, upon seeing me laugh, desired me to tell him truly if I thought it possible for people to know him in that disguise. I at first kept my usual...himself than a Saracen, I composed my countenance iu the best manner I could, and replied, ' that much might be said on both sides.' _ These several...
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