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" And, let me tell you,' added the third lady, whose mouth was puckered up to the size of an issue, 'that the Duchess has fine lips, but she wants a mouth.'— At this every lady drew up her mouth as if going to pronounce the letter P. "But how ill, my... "
The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith - Page 34
by Oliver Goldsmith - 1809
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Anthologia Hibernica: Or, Monthly Collections of Science, Belles ..., Volume 1

1793 - 542 pages
...duchefs has fine lips, but (he wants a rriouth." — At this, every lady drew up her mouth as if (he was going to pronounce the letter P. But how ill, my Bob, does it become me, to ridicule women with whom 1 have fcarce any conecorrefpondence ! —There are, 'tis certain, handfome women here ; and, 'tis...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 25

1794 - 548 pages
...Cie wants a mouth,.1' — At this, every lady drew up her mouth as it Ihe was going to pro™ nounce the letter P. But how ill. my Bob, does it become me, to ridicule women with whom I have fcarce any correspondence .'—There are, 'ti» certain, handfome women here ; and 'tis as certain,...
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The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History ..., Volume 56

1794 - 892 pages
...lady, whofs mouth was puckered up to the fize of an ifliie, ' that the Ducheft has fine lips, but Ihe wants a mouth.' At this, every lady drew up her mouth as if (he was going to pronounce th; letter P. But how ill, my Bob, does it f The prefent Lord Kircudbright's...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Volume 25

1794 - 548 pages
...ladv, whole mouth was puckered up to the f:ie of an ilfiif, " that the 'Duchéis has fine lips, but /he wants a mouth." — At this, every lady drew up her mouth as if foe was going to pronounce the letter P But how id, my Bob, does it becfime me, to ridicule women \viih...
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Essays and Criticisms, by Dr. Goldsmith;: With an Account of the ..., Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1798 - 282 pages
...Duchefs has tine lips, but me wants a mouth." — At thjs, every lady drew up liev mouth as if me was going to pronounce the letter P. But how ill, my Bob,...does it become me, to ridicule women with whom I have fcarce any correfpondence ! — There are, 'tis certain, handfome women here ; and 'tis as certain,...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 3

1794 - 512 pages
...lady, whofe mouth wa,s puckered up to the fize of an iffue, " that the Duchefs has tine lips, but flie wants a mouth." — At this, every lady drew up her mouth as if (he was going to pronounce the letter P. But how ill, my Bob, does it become me, to ridicule wo, men...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1801 - 424 pages
...whofe mouth was puckered up fo as fcarcely to admit a pea, " that the Duchefs has fine lips but (lie wants a mouth." At this every lady drew up her mouth,...does it become me to ridicule women, with whom I have fcarcely any correfpondence ? There are, 'tis certain, handfome women here ; and 'tis as as certain...
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ..., Part 2

1794 - 802 pages
...the duchefs has fine lips, but be wants a mouth." At this, every lady drew up her mouth as if (he was going to pronounce the letter P. But how ill, my Bob,...does it become me, to ridicule women with whom I have fcarce any correfpon. dence : — There are, 'tis certain! liandfomc women here ; Aid, 'tis u certain,...
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The Lady's Magazine, Or, Entertaining Companion for the Fair Sex ..., Part 1

1794 - 826 pages
...whole mouth was puckered up to the fize of an iffue, ".that the duchefs has fine lips,, but foe • wants a mouth." At this, every lady drew up her mouth as if ihe was going to pronounce the letter P. -But how ill, my Bob, docs it become me, to ridicule women...
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The miscellaneous works of OLiver Goldsmith [ed. by S. Rose].

Oliver Goldsmith - 1812 - 438 pages
...let me tell you," adds the third lady, whose mouth was puckered up so as scarcely to admit a pea, lt that the Duchess has fine lips, but she wants a mouth."...here; and 'tis as certain they have handsome men to Jveep them company. An ugly and a poor man is society only for himself; and such society the world...
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