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" AM a widower with but one daughter : she was by nature much inclined to be a romp; and I had no way of educating her, but commanding a young woman, whom I entertained to take care of her, to be very watchful in her care and attendance about her. I am... "
The Spectator - Pàgina 266
1739
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The Spectator, Volum 6

1767
...very natural on this fubjed. Mr. SPECTATOR, ~T Am a widower with but one daughter ; (he was, ' ' JL by nature much inclined to be a romp, and I had •...woman, whom I entertained to take care of her, to 4 be very watchful in her care and attendance about ,• her. I am a man of bufinefs, and obliged to...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volum 5

1786
...very natural on this rubjcct. MR. SPECTATOR, T Am 3 widower with but one daugh« •"• ter; (he was by nature much inclined to be a romp, and I had no...commanding a young woman, whom I entertained to take care oí her, to be very watchful in her care and attendance about her. I am a man of bufinefs, and obliged...
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The British Essayists: The Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1802
...something very natural on this subject. ' Mr. SPECTATOR, ' I AM a widower with but one daughter 3 she was by nature much inclined to be a romp; and I had no...in her care and attendance about her. I am a man of business, and obliged to be much abroad. The neighbours have told me, that in my absence our maid has...
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Select British Classics, Volum 16

1803
...something very natural on this subject. ' Mr. Spectator, ' I AM a widower with but one daughter ; she was by nature much inclined to be a romp, and I had no...woman, whom I entertained to take care of her, to be watchful in her care and attendance about her. I am a man of business, and obliged to be much abroad....
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The British Essayists;: Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...SPECTATOR, ' I AM a widower with but one daughter : she was by nature much inclined to be a romp j and I had no way of educating her, but commanding...in her care and attendance about her. I am a man of business, and obliged to be much abroad. The neighbours have told me, that in my absence our maid has...
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The Spectator, Volum 8

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...something; very natural on this subject. ' MR. SPECTATOR, ' I AM a widower with but one daughter : she was by nature much inclined to be a romp ; and I had no...in her care and attendance about her. I am a man of business, and obliged to be much abroad. The neighbours have told me, that in my absence our maid has...
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The British Essayists: Spectator

James Ferguson - 1819
...something very natural on this subject. ' MR. SPECTATOR, ' IAM a widower with but one daughter: she was by nature much inclined to be a romp; and I had no...in her care and attendance about her. I am a man of business, and obliged to be much abroad. The neighbours have told me, that in my absence our maid has...
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The British Essayists: Spectator

1823
...take care of her, to be very watchful in her care and attendance about her. I am a man of business, and obliged to be much abroad. The neighbours have told me, that in iny absence our maid has let in the spruce servants in the neighbourhood to junketings, while my girl...
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The Spectator: Corrected from the Originals, Volum 7

1827
...something very natural on this subject. ' MR. SPECTATOR, ' I AM a widower with but one daughter : she was by nature much inclined to be a romp; and I had no...in her care and attendance about her. I am a man of business, and obliged to be much abroad. The neighbours have told me, that in my absence our maid has...
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The Works of Joseph Addison: The Spectator, no. 315-635

Joseph Addison - 1837
...to bc\old it so much neglected. The following ettcr has in it something very natural on his subject. woman, whom I entertained to take care of her, to...in her care and attendance about her. I am a man of business, and obliged to be much abroad. The neighbours have told me, that in my absence our maid has...
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