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עמוד 269 - s conduct in regard to my letters to his brother ; and, rather than they should have been so unnecessarily destroyed, would have given more money than it is allowable for me to mention with decency. I look upon my letters as some of my...
עמוד 56 - ... wrings my very soul to think on. For a man of high spirit, conscious of having (at least in one production) generally pleased the world, to be plagued and threatened by wretches that are low in every sense ; to be forced to drink himself into pains of the body, in order to get rid of the pains of the mind, is a misery.
עמוד 65 - I would wim no other, would fome one, by an addition of two hundred pounds a year, put it in my power to exhibit my own defigns. It is what I can now do in no other method than on paper.
עמוד 44 - I am angry, and envious, and dejected, and frantic, and disregard all present things, just as becomes a madman to do. I am infinitely pleased (though it is a gloomy joy) with the application of Dr. Swift's complaint, "that he is forced to die in a rage, like a poisoned rat in a hole.
עמוד 6 - Aye, that you would, thought I. ' Well, but now when Mr. Jago comes, have you got e'er a chicken that's fit to kill? ' ' No, says she, I doubt there is ne'er-a-one.' ' Well, says I, Mrs. Arnold, you and your chicken may go down ; I am going to write a letter.
עמוד 83 - London is really dangerous at this time ; the pickpockets, formerly content with mere filching, make no scruple to knock people down with bludgeons in Fleet Street and the Strand, and that at no later hour than eight o'clock at night ; but in the Piazzas, Covent Garden, they come in large bodies, armed with couteaus...
עמוד 162 - The French have what they call a parque ornee; I suppose, approaching about as near to a garden as the park at Hagley. I give my place the title of a ferme ornee; though, if I had money, I should hardly confine myself to such decorations as that name requires.
עמוד 45 - I believe soon I shall bear to see nobody. I do hate all hereabouts already, except one or two. I will have my dinner brought upon my table in my absence, and the plates fetched away in my absence ; and nobody shall see me ; for I can never bear to appear in the same stupid mediocrity for years together, and gain no ground.
עמוד vii - I look upon my letters as some of my chef-d'oeuvres; and, could I be supposed to have the least pretensions to propriety of style or sentiment, I should imagine it must appear, principally, in my letters to his brother, and one or two more friends.
עמוד 5 - Ay, I thought you weren't without one about you, says I. — I don't think, says I, Mrs. Arnold, but your soul was design'd for a hen originally.' 'Why, and if I had been a hen, says she, I believe I should have done as much for my chickens as yonder great black-and-white hen does, tho' I say't that shou'd not say't, said she.