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" ... he seldom said a foolish thing. So invincible was his gravity that he was never known to laugh or even to smile through the whole course of a long and prosperous life . Nay if a joke were uttered in his presence, that set light-minded hearers in a... "
Washington Irving - Página 194
por Charles Dudley Warner - 1881 - 304 páginas
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A History of New-York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1848 - 452 páginas
...in his presence, that set light-minded hearers in a roar, it was observed to throw him into a state of perplexity. Sometimes he would deign to inquire...laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on a subject. His adherents accounted for this by the astonishing magnitude of his...
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Knickerbocker's New York

Washington Irving - 1849
...in his presence, that set light-minded hearers in a roar, it was observed to throw him into a state of perplexity. Sometimes he would deign to inquire...laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on » subject. His adherents accounted for this by the astonishing magnitude of his...
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Knickerbocker's New York

Washington Irving - 1849
...was observed to throw him into a state of perplexity. Sometimes he would deign to inquire into thu matter, and when, after much explanation, the joke...laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on a subject. His adherents accounted for this by the astonishing magnitude of his...
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Works, Volume 1

Washington Irving - 1851
...in his presence, that set light-minded hearers in a roar, it was observed to throw him into a state of perplexity. Sometimes he would deign to inquire...laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on a subject. His adherents accounted for this by the astonishing magnitude of his...
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The Works of Washington Irving, Volume 1

Washington Irving - 1851
...in his presence, that set light-minded hearers in a roar, it was observed to throw him into a state of perplexity. Sometimes he would deign to inquire...when, after much explanation, the joke was made as as a pike-staff; he would continue to smoke his pipe in i, and at length, knocking out the ashes would...
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The Works of Washington Irving, Volume 1

Washington Irving - 1853
...in his presence, that set light-minded hearers in a roar, it was observed to throw him into a state of perplexity. Sometimes he would deign to inquire...plain as a pike-staff; he would continue to smoke his pip» in silence, and at length, knocking out the ashes would exclaim, * Well ! I see nothing in all...
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A History of New York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1853 - 454 páginas
...he would continue to smoke his pipe silence, and at length, knocking out the ashes would exclain rf Well ! I see nothing in all that to laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on subject. His adherents accounted for this by the astonishing magnitude of his ideas....
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A History of New York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1854 - 441 páginas
...was observed to throw him into a state of perplexity. Sometimes he would deign to inquire into tho matter, and when, after much explanation, the joke...laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never made up his mind on a subject. His adherents accounted for this by the astonishing magnitude of his...
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A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1856 - 454 páginas
...in his presence, that set light-minded hearers in a roar, it was observed to throw him into a state of perplexity. Sometimes he would deign to inquire...silence, and at length, knocking out the ashes would exciaim. " Well ! I see nothing in all that to laugh about." With all his reflective habits, he never...
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A Compendium of American Literature: Chronologically Arranged, with ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1858 - 740 páginas
...as plain as a pikeMalT, he would continne to smoke his pipe in silence, and at length, knocking ont the ashes, would exclaim, "Well! I see nothing in all that to laugh abont." some cuuning Duteh statuary, as a model of majesty and lordly grandeur. He was exactly five...
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