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" Miss Crawley was, in consequence, an object of great respect when she came to Queen's Crawley, for she had a balance at her banker's which would have made her beloved anywhere. 'What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance at the banker's! "
The Writer - 40. lappuse
1919
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Development of English Literature and Language

Alfred Hix Welsh - 1882
...naturally, psychologically, in the literary form, or exhibit itself alone, in dissertations, as here: 'What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance...if she is a relative (and may every reader have a ecore of such), what & kind, good-natured old creature we find her! How the junior partner of Hobbs...
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A History of English Prose Fiction

Bayard Tuckerman - 1882 - 332 lapas
...praise is the severest cut of all. " Dear Rebecca," " the dear creature," and we wince for Becky. " What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance...banker's ! How tenderly we look at her faults, if she be a relative." "These money transactions, these speculations in life and death— these silent battles...
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Development of English Literature and Language, 2. sējums

Alfred Hix Welsh - 1883
...naturally, psychologically, in the literary form, or exhibit itself alone, in dissertations, as here: ' What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance at the banker's ! How tenderly we look nt her faults, if she is a relative (and may every reader have a score of such), what a kind, good-natured...
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Vanity Fair: A Novel Without a Hero

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1884
...Queen's Crawley, for she had a balance at her banker's which would have made her beloved anywhere. What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance...faults if she is a relative (and may every reader have aj score of such), what a kind good-natured old creature we find her ! How the junior partner of Hobbs...
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History of English Literature: By H.A. Taine, Translated by H ..., 1. sējums

Hippolyte Taine - 1885
...over a few pages, we shall fiid one on the comedies of legacies, and of too attentive relatives : ' What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance...if she is a relative (and may every reader have a (core of snch), what a kind, good-natnred old creature we find her! How the junior partner of Hobbs...
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Treasury of Thought: Forming an Encyclopædia of Quotations from Ancient and ...

Maturin Murray Ballou - 1894 - 579 lapas
...again. — Douglas Jerrold. A wise man should have money in his head, but not in his heart. — Swift. What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance at the bankers ! How tenderly we look at her faults if she is a relative ; what a kind, goodnatured old creature...
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Many Thoughts of Many Minds: A Treasury of Quotations from the Literature of ...

Louis Klopsch - 1896 - 304 lapas
...breeds worms. — GEORGE MACDONAIJX Make all you can, save all you can, give all you can. — WESLEY. What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance at the bankers ! How tenderly we look at her faults if she is a relative; what a kind, goodnatured old creature...
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Vanity fair

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1905
...Queen's Crawley, for she had a balance at her banker's which would have made her beloved anywhere. What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance...faults if she is a relative (and may every reader have1 a score of such), what a kind good-natured old creature we find her ! How the junior partner...
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Wisdom for the Foolish

Celia Louise Crittenton - 1908 - 87 lapas
...of others." — La Rochefoucauld. But few of us have sufficient humor to see the necessity. 120. " What a dignity it gives an old lady, that balance...tenderly we look at her faults, if she is a relative; what a kind, good-natured old creature we find her!" — Thackeray. " Mais, non! " Not in this century....
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English Fiction from the Fifth to the Twentieth Century

Carl Holliday - 1912 - 445 lapas
...to consider some portions bitterly cynical which are merely truthful. "What a dignity," he remarks, "it gives an old lady, that balance at the banker's! How tenderly we look at her faults, if she is a relation!" The narrow minded, the petty, the mean are found in life, and should therefore be found...
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