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" Ogden, of whom the following is the only memorial : he had left one of their meetings ' with a brain half bewildered by the number of bumpers he had been compelled to drink. He told Irving the next day that in going home he had fallen through a grating... "
The Life and Letters of Washington Irving - Página 133
editado por - 1862
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 113-114

1863
...he had been compelled to drink. He told Irving the next day that in going home he had fallen through a grating which had been carelessly left open, into...they had on the whole quite a pleasant night of it.' We cannot but conceive the gaiety of those primitive days as rather of a drab-coloured ordet, and doubt...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 78

1863
...he had been compelled to drink. He told Irving the next day that in going home he had fallen through a grating which had been carelessly left open, into...they had on the whole quite a pleasant night of it." We cannot but conceive the gayety of those primitive days as rather of a drab-colored order, and doubt...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 114

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray IV, William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1863
...he had been compelled to drink. He told Irving the next day that in going home he had fallen through a grating which had been carelessly left open, into...they had on the whole quite a pleasant night of it.' We cannot but conceive the gaiety of those primitive days as rather of a drab-coloured order, and doubt...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 114

1863
...he had been compelled to drink. He told Irving the next day that in going home he had fallen through a grating which had been carelessly left open, into...they had on the whole quite a pleasant night of it.' We cannot but conceive the gaiety of those primitive days as rather of a drab-coloured order, and doubt...
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Works of Washington Irving: Life and letters

1870
...grating, which had been careles>ly left open, into a vault beneath. The solitude, he said, was ratlier dismal at first, but several other of the guests fell...Henry Brevoort, Henry Ogden, just named, and James K. Faulding, who, with himself, his brother Peter, and a few others, made up a small circle of intimates...
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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - 1881 - 304 páginas
...one of these festive meetings. He told Irving the next day that in going home he had fallen through a grating which had been carelessly left open, into...the course of the evening, and they had on the whole a pleasant night of it. These young gentlemen liked to be thought " sad dogs." That they were less...
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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - 1881 - 304 páginas
...one of these festive meetings. He told Irving the next day that in going home he had fallen through a grating which had been carelessly left open, into...the course of the evening, and they had on the whole a pleasant night of it. These young gentlemen liked to be thought " sad dogs." That they were less...
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Characteristics

Addison Peale Russell - 1883 - 362 páginas
...told Irving the next day that in going home he had fallen through a grating, which had carelessly been left open, into a vault beneath. The solitude, he...they had on the whole quite a pleasant night of it. The implicit faith the Scotch have in their clergy, in all things, is sometimes a great protection...
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The Cape Quarterly Review, Volume 1,Edição 1

1881
...been compelled to • drink. He told Irving the next day that. in going home he had: fallen through a grating which had been carelessly left open, into...said, was rather dismal at first, but several other of tne guests fell in in the course of the evening, and they had on the whole quite a pleasant night of...
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The beauties of Washington Irving, illustr. by G. Cruikshank

Washington Irving - 1884 - 373 páginas
...on going home he had fallen through a hole (which should have been covered with a grating, but was carelessly left open) into a vault beneath. " The solitude," he said, "was rather dismal ut first, but several others of the guests dropped in in the course of the evening, and they had, on...
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