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" The immoderate breadth of the features made me very much out of humour with my own countenance, upon which I threw it from me like a mask. It happened very luckily that one who stood by me had just before thrown down his visage, which it seems was too... "
Select British Classics - Page 20
1803
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The Spectator, Volume 8

1717
...now appeared to me in its utmoft Aggravation. The Immoderate Breath of the Feaiures made me B i very very much out of Humour with my own Countenance, upon...like a Mask. It happened very luckily, that one who flood by me had juft before thrown down his Vifage, which, it items, was too long for him. It was indeed...
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The Spectator, Volume 8

1729
...faw my Face in it, but was ftartled at the Shortnefs of it, which now appeared to me in its utmoft Aggravation. The immoderate Breadth of the Features...like a Mask. It happened very luckily, that one who flood by me had a' juft jurt before thrown down his Vifage, which, it feems, was too long for him....
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The Spectator, Volume 8

1739
...faw my Face in it, but was Itartled at the Shortnefs of it, which now appeared to me in its utmoft Aggravation. The immoderate Breadth of the Features...Countenance, upon which I threw it from me like a Mask. It hap pened very luckily, that one who flood by me had juit iuft before thrown down his Vifage, which,...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 5

1786
...Taw mj face in it, but was ftártled at the Ihortnefs of it, which now appeared to me in it's uttmoft aggravation. The immoderate breadth of the features made me very much out of humour with own countenance, upon which I thrt it from me like a malk. It happerti very luckily, that...
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The Spectator. ...

1789
...faw my face in it, but was ftartled at the (hortnefs of it, which now appeared to me in its utmoft aggravation. The immoderate breadth of the features...countenance, upon which I threw it from me like a malk. It happened very luckily that one who flood by me had j'uft before thrown down his vifage, which...
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Beispielsammlung zur Theorie und Literatur der Schönen ..., Volume 8, Part 1

Johann Joachim Eschenaburg - 1794
...faw my face in it , but was ftartled at the ibortnefs of it , which now appeared to me in its utmoft aggravation. The immoderate breadth of the features...countenance ; upon which I threw it from me like a .-iík. It happened very 396 TibljûtibeÎnbe djrtfffMer. fery luckely , that one who ftood by...
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The English instructor; or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose ...

English instructor - 1801
...held her magnify! ng-glass lull before my eyes. I no sooner saw my face in it , but I was startled at the shortness of it , which now appeared to me in...utmost aggravation. The immoderate breadth of the leatures made me very much out of humour with my own countenance , upon which I threw it from me like...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1802
...she held her magnifying glass full before my eyes. I no sooner saw my face in it, but was startled at the shortness of it, which now appeared to me in its...which I threw it from me like a mask. It happened very luokily that one who stood by me had just before thrown down his visage, which it seems was too long...
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Selections from the Spectator, Tatler, Guardian, and Freeholder: Selections ...

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1804
...hekl her magnifying glass full before my eyes. I no sooner saw my face in it but I was startled at the shortness of it, which now appeared to me in its...stood by me had just before thrown down his visage, \vhich, it seems, was too long for him. It was indeed extended to a most shameful length ; I believe...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Volume 3

Joseph Addison - 1804
...she held her magnifying glass full before my eyes. I no sooner saw my face in it, but was startled at the shortness of it, .which now appeared to me in...features made me very much out of humour with my own 001111* tenance, upon which I threw it from me like a mask. ' It happened very luckily, that one who...
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