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" GifFord, of whom, as an old adversary, you may be curious to know something, is a small, shrivelled, deformed man of about sixty, with something of a humped back, eyes that diverge, and a large mouth. He is generally reclining on one of the sofas, and... "
The Life and Letters of Washington Irving - Página 380
editado por - 1862
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The National Quarterly Review, Volumes 5-6

1862
..., <kc. The visitors are men of different politics, though most frequently ministerialists. Gilford, of whom, as an old adversary, you may be curious to...in his manners, without any of the petulance that von would be apt to expect, and is quite simple, unaffected, and unassuming. Murray tells me that Gifford...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1864
...most courteously received by Gilford ; and old Disraeli is a stanch friend of mine also, liiffbrd, of whom, as an old adversary, you may be curious to...know something, is a small, shrivelled, deformed man, about sixty, with something of a humped back, eyes that diverge, and a large mouth. He is generally...
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Washington Irving

David Jayne Hill - 1879 - 230 páginas
...met again his " stanch old friend Isaac Disraeli ; " here he was courteously received by Gifford, " a small, shrivelled, deformed man, of about sixty,...humped back, eyes that diverge, and a large mouth, . . . without any of the petulance that you would be apt to expect " from the lynx-eyed critic ; here...
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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - 1881 - 304 páginas
...Hallam, affable and unpretending, and a copious talker ; Gifford, a small, shriveled, deformed man of sixty, with something of a humped back, eyes that diverge, and a large mouth, reclining on a sofa, propped up by cushions, with none of the petulance that you would expect from...
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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - 1881 - 304 páginas
...Hallam, affable and unpretending, and a copious talker ; Gifford, a small, shriveled, deformed man of sixty, with something of a humped back, eyes that diverge, and a large mouth, reclining on a sofa, propped up by cushions, with none of the petulance that you would expect from...
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Irving's Works: The life and letters of Washington Irving, by his nephew, P ...

1869
...Gifford, of whom, as an old adversary, you may be curious to know something, is a small, shriveled, deformed man of about sixty, with something of a humped...debilitated. He is mild and courteous in his manners, withont any of the petulance that yon would be apt to expect, and is quite simple, unaffected, and...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 173

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray (IV), William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1891
...following characteristic description of Gifford a few years later : — ' Gifford, of whom you may bo curious to know something, is a small, shrivelled,...with something of a humped back, eyes that diverge, arid a largo mouth. He is generally reclining on one of the sofas, and supporting himself by the cushions,...
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The complete writings of Charles Dudley Warner, Volume 9

Charles Dudley Warner - 1904
...Hallam, affable and unpretending, and a copious talker; Giffbrd, a small, shriveled, deformed man of sixty, with something of a humped back, eyes that diverge, and a large mouth, reclining on a sofa, propped up by cushions, with none of the petulance that you would expect from...
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Charles Darwin Slept Here

John Woram - 2005 - 460 páginas
...Porter's Journal prior to its appearance in book form— later described Gifford as "a small shriveled, deformed man of about sixty, with something of a humped back, eyes that diverge, and a large mouth." Irving said nothing about the man's writing style, or lack thereof. The shriveled deformed man's diatribe...
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