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" He might have made his Sir Charles's amour with Clementina begin in a convent, where the pensioners sometimes take great liberties; but that such familiarity should be permitted in her father's house, is as repugnant to custom, as it would be in London... "
The Literary journal - Page 85
1803
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The Works: I. Letters, during her residence abroad, 1746-1756

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1817
...Richardson — he sinks horribly in his third volume (he does so in his story of Clarissa). When he talks of Italy, it is plain he is no better acquainted...till he made a direct attempt, and then they were so surprised I warrant you ! nor do I approve Sir Charles's offered compromise (as he calls it). There...
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The British Prose Writers: Lady M.W. Montagu's Letters from France and Italy

1821
...father's house, is as repugnant to custom, as it would be in London for a young lady of quality to (lance on the ropes at Bartholomew fair: neither does his...till he made a direct attempt, and then they were so surprised I warrant you ! Nor do I approve sir Charles's offered compromise (as he calls it). There...
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The Letters and Works of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Volume 3

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1837
...Richardson — he sinks horribly in his third volume (he does so in his story of Clarissa). When he talks of Italy, it is plain he is no better acquainted...till he made a direct attempt, and then they were so surprised, I warrant you! Nor do I approve Sir Charles's offered compromise (as he calls it). There...
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The Letters and Works of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Volume 2

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1837
...Richardson — he sinks horribly in his third volume (he does so in his story of Clarissa.) When he talks of Italy, it is plain he is no better acquainted...he had really designed it, His conduct puts me in mindt'f some ladies I have known, who could never find out a man to be in love with them, let him do...
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The Letters of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1876 - 407 pages
...great liberties ; but that such familiarity should be permitted in her father's house, is as lepugnant to custom as it would be in London for a young lady...me in mind of some ladies I have known, who could neverfiad out a man to be in love with them let him do or say what he would, till he made a direct...
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The Letters and Works of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Volume 2

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1887
...permitted in her father's house, is as repugnant 1 Alluding to the novel of " Sir Charles Grandison."— T. to custom, as it would be in London for a young lady...till he made a direct attempt, and then they were so surprised, I warrant you ! Nor do I approve Sir Charles's offered compromise (as he calls it). There...
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Lady Mary Wortley Montagu: Select Passages from Her Letters

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1892 - 308 pages
...of Italy, it is plain he is no better acquainted with it than he is with the kingdom of Mancomugi. He might have made his Sir Charles's amour with Clementina...till he made a direct attempt, and then they were so surprised, I warrant you ! Nor do I approve Sir Charles's offered compromise (as he calls it). There...
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The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors: 1730-1784

Charles Wells Moulton - 1902
...the ropes at Bartholomew fair : ' Neither does his hero behave to her in a manner SAMUEL RICHARDSON suitable to his nice notions. It was impossible a...designed it. His conduct puts me in mind of some ladies I hav> known, who could never find out a mau to be in love with them, let him do or say what he would,...
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Letters from the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu 1709 to 1762

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1906 - 551 pages
...of Italy, it is plain he is no better acquainted with it than he is with the kingdom of Mancomugi. He might have made his Sir Charles's amour with Clementina...till he made a direct attempt, and then they were so surprised, I warrant you! Nor do I approve Sir Charles's offered compromise (as he calls it). There...
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Letters from the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu 1709 to 1762

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1906 - 551 pages
...should be permitted in her father's house, is as repugnant to custom, as it would be in London for P. young lady of quality to dance on the ropes at Bartholomew...till he made a direct attempt, and then they were so surprised, I warrant you ! Nor do I approve Sir Charles's offered compromise (as he calls it). There...
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