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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and Critical ... - Page 287
by Alexander Chalmers - 1816
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1789
...oration, enumerating all the virtues and perfections of Mrs A. Robinfon, and the reuitu.de of he/ conduit during his long acquaintance with her, for which he acknowledged his great obligations and iincere attachment, declaring he was determined to do her thatjuitice which he ou;;ht to have done...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 70; Volume 1790

Tobias George Smollett - 1790
...oration, enumerating all the virtues and perfection! of Mrs. A. Robinfon, and the reftitude of her conduft during his long acquaintance with her, for which he acknowledged his great obligations and fincere attachment, declaring he was determined to do her that juftice which he ought to have done...
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The works of Alexander Pope. Containing the principal notes of drs ...

Alexander Pope - 1806
...and labourer, as he who never had Titles, or from whom they are taken. I have an eye in the laft of long acquaintance with her, for which he acknowledged his great obligations and fincere attachment, declaring he was determined to do her that juttice which he ought to have done...
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Anecdotes of music, historical and biographical: in a series of letters from ...

Allatson Burgh - 1814
...began a most eloquent oration, enumerating all the virtues and perfections of Mrs. Anastasia Robinson, and the rectitude of her conduct during his long acquaintance...that justice which he ought to have done long ago, by presenting her to all his family as his wife. He spoke this harangue with so much energy, and in...
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The Harmonicon, Volume 1

1823
...conduct during his long acquaintance with her ; stated the sincerity of his attachment, and declared he was determined to do her that justice which he ought to have done long before, by presenting her to all as his wife. He spoke this harangue with so much energy and feeling,...
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The Georgian Era: Political and rural economists. Painters, sculptors ...

1834 - 588 pages
...began a most eloquent oration, enumerating all the virtues and perfections ol Mrs. Anastasia Robinson, and the rectitude of her conduct during his long acquaintance...that justice which he ought to have done long ago, by presenting her to all his family as his wife. He spoke this harangue with so much energy, and, in...
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The Music of Nature

William Gadiner - 1841
...oration, enumerating all the virtues and perfections of Mrs. A. Robinson, declaring his determination to do her that justice which he ought to have done long ago, which was, to present her to his family as his wife. Lady Peterborough, not being apprized of his intention, was...
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Men, Women, and Books: A Selection of Sketches, Essays, and ..., Volume 2

Leigh Hunt - 1847
...he began a most eloquent oration, enumerating all the virtues and perfections of Mrs. A. Robinson, and the rectitude of her conduct during his long acquaintance...wife. He spoke this harangue with so much energy, and hi parts so pathetically, that Lady P not being apprised of his intentions, was so affected that she...
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Memoirs of the opera in Italy, France, Germany, and England, Volume 1

George Hogarth - 1851
...assembled, he began a most eloquent oration, enumerating all the virtues and perfections of Mrs A. Robinson, and the rectitude of her conduct during his long acquaintance with her, for which he acknowledged his great obligation and sincere attachment, declaring he was determined to do her that justice which he ought...
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The autobiography and correspondence of Mary Granville, mrs ..., Volume 1

Augusta Hall (baroness Llanover) - 1861
...he began a most eloquent oration, enumerating all the virtues and perfections of Mrs. A. Robinson, and the rectitude of her conduct during his long acquaintance with her, for which he acknowledged his great obligation and sincere attachment, declaring he was determined to do her that justice which he ought...
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