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" ... twitch her train thrice before she could get it from beneath his leaden feet. When confident that he could repeat a speech fluently, he was apt to turn his back upon his mistress, or when he felt himself called upon to listen to his mistress, he would... "
Patronage - Page 97
de Maria Edgeworth - 1814
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Patronage, Volume 3

Maria Edgeworth - 1814 - 416 pages
...twitch her train;thrice before she could get it from beuuath. Iris leaden-, feet. — When coniident that he could repeat a speech -flu-ently, he was apt...beginning with, " The Sultans, my great ancestors, bcqueath'd Their empire to me, but their tastes they gave not." *» .. » fc • t, . • •, •...
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Patronage, Volume 3

Maria Edgeworth - 1814 - 412 pages
...called upon to listen to his mistress, he would regularly turn his back upon the audience. — But all these are defects permitted by the license of...expected. — Osman had not his part by heart, but still Zai'a covered all deficiencies. And Osman did no worse than other Osmans had done before him, till...
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Patronage, Volume 3

Maria Edgeworth - 1814 - 418 pages
...called upon to listen to his mistress, lie would regularly turn his back upon the audience. — But all these are defects permitted by the license of...allowable by courtesy to gentlemen actors; and things wetit on as well as could be expected. — Osman had not his part by heart, but still Zara covered...
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Works, Volume 7

Maria Edgeworth - 1825 - 560 pages
...himself called upon to listen to his mistress, he would regularly turn his back upon the audience. But all these are defects permitted by the license of a private theatre, allowable by courtesy to gentlemen-actors ; and things went on as well as could be expected. Osman had not his part by heart,...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 1

1814 - 684 pages
...felt himself called upon to listen to his mistress, he would turn his back upon the audience. — But all these are defects permitted by the license of...expected — Osman had not his part by heart, but Zara covered all deficiencies. And Osman did no worse than other Osmans had done before him." . . We...
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Amateur Theatricals

Walter Herries Pollock, lady Juliet (Creed) Pollock - 1879 - 98 pages
...audience. But all these are defects permitted by the license of a private 1.] OSMAN AT FAULT. . II theatre, allowable by courtesy to gentlemen actors...deficiencies. And Osman did no worse than other Osmans have done before him, till he came to the long speech beginning with, " ' The Sultans, my great ancestors,...
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The glass of fashion

Lounger in society the pseud - 1881 - 374 pages
...himself called upon to listen to his mistress, he would regularly turn his back upon the audience. But all these are defects permitted by the license of...deficiencies. And Osman did no worse than other Osmans have done before him, till he came to the long speech beginning with — • " The Sultans, my great...
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Jane Austen, Her Contemporaries and Herself: An Essay in Criticism

Walter Herries Pollock - 1899 - 146 pages
...himself called upon to listen to his mistress, he would regularly turn his back upon the audience. But all these are defects permitted by the license of...before him, till he came to the long speech beginning: The Sultans, my great ancestors, bequeath'd Their empire to me, but their tastes they gave not. Powerful...
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Jane Austen, Her Contemporaries and Herself: An Essay in Criticism

Walter Herries Pollock - 1899 - 144 pages
...himself called upon to listen to his mistress, he would regularly turn his back upon the audience. But all these are defects permitted by the license of...before him, till he came to the long speech beginning : The Sultans, my great ancestors, bequeath'd Their empire to me, but their tastes they gave not. Powerful...
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Jane Austen, Her Contemporaries and Herself: An Essay in Criticism

Walter Herries Pollock - 1899 - 144 pages
...himself called upon to listen to his mistress, he would regularly turn his back upon the audience. But all these are defects permitted by the license of...before him, till he came to the long speech beginning: The Sultans, my great ancestors, bequeath'd Their empire to me, but their tastes they gave not. Powerful...
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