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Moral and Political Dialogues: With Letters on Chivalry and Romance - Page 145
by Richard Hurd - 1776
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Dialogues on the Uses of Foreign Travel: Considered as a Part of an English ...

Richard Hurd - Education - 1764 - 201 pages
...drefled, nay quite naked in North" America, and at the Cape of Good « Hope. He may then examine how " me appears crampt; contracted, and " buttoned up clofe...Cuftom, as in China " and Japan: Or, fpread out, and en«« larged above her common fize, in *« the loofe and flowing robe of en" thufiafm, among the Arabs...
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Dialogues on the Uses of Foreign Travel: Considered as a Part of an English ...

Richard Hurd - Education - 1764 - 201 pages
...bounds of Eu~ *« rope. He muft go, and catch Her un?« drefled, nay quite naked in North" America, and at the Cape of Good *« Hope. He may then examine how «« me appears crampt, contracted, and '" buttoned up clofe in the ft rait tunic '" of Law and Cuftom,...
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Moral and political dialogues: being the substance of several ..., Volume 3

Richard Hurd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1765
...traveller " muft enlarge his circuit beyond the " bounds of Europe. He muft go, and " catch her undreffed, nay quite naked, " in North-America, and at the Cape...Hope. He may then examine how " fhe appears crampt, contrafted, and " buttoned up clofe in the ftrait tunic of " law and cuftom, as in China and Ja"^pan:...
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Moral and Political Dialogues: With Letters on Chivalry and Romance: by the ...

Richard Hurd - Ethics - 1776
...traveller " muft enlarge his circurt beyond the " bounds of Europe. He muft go, and <e catch her undrefledj nay quite naked, " in North-America, and "at- -the...fhe appears crampt, contracted, and ** buttoned up clofc in the ftrait tunic of " law and cuftom, as in China and J&"pan: or, fpread out and enlarged...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 13

1809
...than that of Europe. He must first go and catch her undressed, nay, quite naked, in North America, and at the Cape of Good Hope. He may then examine how she appears crampt, contracted, and buttoned close up in the strait tunic of law and custom, as in...
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Letters from a Late Eminent Prelate to One of His Friends

William Warburton - 1809 - 510 pages
...than that of Europe. He must go first and catch her uridressed, nay qaiterfcalkedy w North America/ and at the Cape of Good Hope. He may then examine how she appears crampt, contracted, and buttoned dose up in the strait tunic of law and custom, as in China...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

English literature - 1810
...tour than that of Europe. He must go first and catch her undressed, nay quite naked, in North America and at the Cape of Good Hope. He may then examine how she appears crampt, contracted, and buttoned close up in the straight tunic of law and custom, «sin...
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The Works of Richard Hurd, Lord Bishop of Worcester: Moral and political ...

Richard Hurd - Theology, Doctrinal - 1811
...traveller must enlarge " his circuit beyond the bounds of Europe. " He must go, and catch her undressed, nay " quite naked, in North-America, and at the " Cape of Good Hope. He may then examine " how she appears ' crampt, contracted, and " buttoned up close in the strait tunic of law •' and custom,...
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The works of Richard Hurd, Volume 4

Richard Hurd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1811
...traveller must enlarge " his circuit beyond the bounds of Europe. " He must go, and catch her undressed, nay " quite naked, in North-America, and at the " Cape of Good Hope. He may then examine " how she appears crampt, contracted, tnd " buttoned up close in the strait tunic of law " and custom, as...
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Annual Register, Volume 50

Edmund Burke - History - 1820
...tour than that of Europe. He must go first and catch her undressed, nay quite naked, in North America and at the Cape of Good Hope. He may then examine how she appears cratnpt, contracted, and buttoned close up in the strait tunic of law and custom, as in...
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