Select Works of Henry Fielding; With a Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Author Volume 1-2

Select Works of Henry Fielding; With a Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Author Volume 1-2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1852 edition. Excerpt: ...resent, but the lame man in the chair, W om I suppose to be your friend; and would consequently say nothing but What made for you.'--' How, sir, ' says Adams, 'do you take me for a villain, who would prosecute revenge in cold blood, and use LlX1_UStl.fiH.l)lB means to obtain it? If you knew me, and my order, I should think you alfronted both.' At the word order, the gentleman stared, (for he was too bloodytobe of any modern order of knights;) and turning hastily about, said, ' Eve man knew his own business.' Matters eing now composed, the company retired to their several apartments; the two gentlemen congratulaf each other on the success of their good o ces," in procuring a perfect reconciliation between the contending parties; and the traveller went to his repast, crying, '-As the Italian poet "Y5, . 'Je mi ver we tutu c So send upydinnli: 'r(' ood Dome.' sure no one can refuse another coming into a stave-coach.'--'I don't know, madam, ' says the lady: 'I am not much used to sta coaches; I seldom travel in them.'--' T t may be, madam, ' replied Slipslo; 'very good people do; and some people s betters, or aught I know.' Miss Graveairs said, ' Some folks might sometimes give their tongues a libert, to some people that were their betters, w 'ch did not become them; for her part, she was not used to converse with servants.' Slipslop returned, 'Some people kept no servants to converse with; for her part, she thanked Heaven she lived in a family where there were a great many; and had more under her own command, than any paltry little gentlewoman in the kingdom.' Miss Graveairs cried, more

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  • Paperback | 734 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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