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" THERE is nothing which more astonishes a foreigner, and frights a country squire, than the Cries of London. My good friend Sir Roger often declares that he cannot get them out of his head or go to sleep for them, the first week that he is in town. On... "
The British Essayists: The Spectator - Strana 251
podľa Alexander Chalmers - 1802
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The Works of Joseph Addison: The Spectator, no. 1-314

Joseph Addison - 1837
...vi. 625. A hundred mouths, a hundred tonjrucs, And throats of brass inspired with iron lungs. Drydtn, THERE is nothing which more astonishes a foreigner,...contrary Will Honeycomb calls them the Ramage de la Ville, and prefers them to the sound of larks and nightingales, with all the music of the fields and...
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The Works of Joseph Addison, Zväzky 1–2

Joseph Addison - 1842
....Kit. vi. 62S - A hundred mouths. a hundred tongues, And throat* of brass inspired with iron lungs. THERE is nothing which more astonishes a foreigner,...contrary Will Honeycomb calls them the Ramage de la Ville, and prefers them to the sound of larks and nightingales, with all the music of the fields and...
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The Spectator: With a Biographical and Critical Preface, and ..., Zväzok 2

1854
...625. A hundred mouths, a hundred tongues, • And throats of brass inspir'd with iron lungs. DKYDEN. THERE is nothing which more astonishes a foreigner,...contrary WILL HONEYCOMB calls them the ramage de la ville, and prefers them to the sounds of larks and nightingales, with all the music of the fields and...
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Social Life in the Reign of Queen Anne: Taken from Original Sources, Zväzok 2

John Ashton - 1882
...exhaustive list ; in fact, they were so numerous and varied that, as Addison says (Spectator, 251), 'There is nothing which more astonishes a Foreigner,...contrary, WILL. HONEYCOMB calls them the Ramage de la Ville, and prefers them to the Sounds of Larks and Nightingales, with all the Musick of the Fields...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Zväzok 3

Joseph Addison - 1882
...pleasures free. No. 251. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. —Linguse centum sunt, oraque centum, Ferrea vox.— VIRG. THERE is nothing which more astonishes a foreigner...contrary, Will. Honeycomb calls them the Ramage de la Ville, and prefers them to the sounds of larks and nightingales, with all the music of the fields and...
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Essays of Joseph Addison

Joseph Addison - 1882
...every one is apt to consider it with a regard to his own particular interest and advantage. Honfoon THERE is nothing which more astonishes a foreigner...contrary, Will. Honeycomb calls them the Ramage de la Ville, and prefers them to the sounds of larks and nightingales, with all the music of the fields and...
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Old London Street Cries and the Cries of To-day: With Heaps of Quaint Cuts ...

Andrew White Tuer - 1885 - Počet stránok 137
...London; and the Spectator is interspersed with occasional sional allusions to them. In No. ccli. we read: "There is nothing which more astonishes a Foreigner,...contrary, WILL HONEYCOMB calls them the Ramage de la Ville, and prefers them to the Sounds of Larks and Nightingales, with all the Musick of the Fields...
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All the Year Round, Zväzok 36

1885
...peculiarities, no matter what annoyances may be connected with them. Addison, in his Spectator, says, "There is nothing which more astonishes a foreigner,...the contrary, Will Honeycomb calls them the Ramage 34 [March 28, 1886.] [Conducted by de la Ville, and prefers them to the sounds of larks and nightingales,...
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Essays of Joseph Addison

Joseph Addison - 1885 - Počet stránok 377
...consider it with a regard to his own particular interest and advantage. \ t v>vi "- 1 -" Uontnon <£rtcs. THERE is nothing which more astonishes a foreigner...town. On the contrary, Will. Honeycomb calls them the Rainage de la Ville, and prefers them to the sounds of larks and nightingales, with all the music of...
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Old London Street Cries and the Cries of To-day: With Heaps of Quaint Cuts ...

Andrew White Tuer - 1887 - Počet stránok 137
...London ; and the Spectator is interspersed with occasional sional allusions to them. In No.ccli.we read: "There is nothing which more astonishes a Foreigner,...contrary, WILL HONEYCOMB calls them the Ramage de la Ville, and prefers them to the Sounds of Larks and Nightingales, with all the Musick of the Fields...
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