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" He wore no girdle, cuffs, or band, so that his long hair and scanty short cassock made him look like the messenger of death. Each shoe might have served for an ordinary coffin. As for his chamber, there was not so much as a cobweb in it, the spiders being... "
Caxtoniana: A Series of Essays on Life, Literature, and Manners - Стр. 243
авторы: Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1864 - Страниц: 653
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Curious history of the night a of Paul the Spanish sharper. Book I

Francisco de Quevedo - 1798
...fpiders being all ftarved to death. He put fpells upon the mice, for fear they fliould gnaw fome fcraps of bread he kept. His bed was on the floor, and he always lay upon one fide, for fear of wearing out the fliccts ; in fliort, he was - the fuperlative degree of...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, Том 1

1821
...coffin. As for his chamber, there was not so much as a cobweb in it, the spiders being all starred to death. He put spells upon the mice, for fear they...kept. His bed was on the floor, and he always lay upon one side, for fear of wearing out the sheets. In short, he was the superlative degree of avarice,...
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The Literary Journal, Том 1

1821
...served for an ordinary coffin. Is Tor his chamber, there was not so much as a cobweb in it, the piders being all starved to death. He put spells upon the mice, for ear they should gnaw some scraps of bread he kept. His bed was n the floor, ana he always lay upon...
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Don Francisco de Quevedo Villegas. Doctor Don Juan Perez de Montalvan ...

Thomas Roscoe - 1832
...death. Each shoe might have served for an ordinary coffin. As for his chamber, there was not so much as a cobweb in it, the spiders being all starved to death....for fear they should gnaw some scraps of bread he treasured up. His bed was on the floor, and he always lay upon one side, from fear of wearing out the...
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The Spanish Novelists: Don Francisco de Quevedo Villegas. Doctor Don Juan ...

1832
...death. Each shoe might have served for an ordinary coffin. As for his chamber, there was not so much as a cobweb in it, the spiders being all starved to death....for fear they should gnaw some scraps of bread he treasured up. His bed was on the floor, and he always lay upon one side, from fear of wearing out the...
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The Romancist, and novelist's library. Ed. by W. Hazlitt, Том 2

1841
...death. Each shoe might have served for an ordinary coffin. As for his chamber, there was not so much as a cobweb in it, the spiders being all starved to death....kept. His bed was on the floor, and he always lay upon one side, for fear of wearing out the sheets ; in short, he was the superlative degree of avarice,...
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The Romancist and Novelist's Library: New Series, Том 2

William Hazlitt - 1841
...an ordinary coffin. As for his chamher, there was not so much as a cohweh in it, the spiders heing all starved to death. He put spells upon the mice, for fear they should gnaw some scraps of hread he kept. His hed was on the fioor, and he always lay upon one side, for fear of wearing out the...
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Sketches of the Irish Bar: With Essays, Literary and Political, Том 2

William Henry Curran - 1855
...death. Each shoe might have served for an ordinary coffin. As for his chamber, there was not so much as a cobweb in it, the spiders being all starved to death. He put spelis upon the mice, for fear they should gnaw somo scraps of bread he kept. His bed was on the floor,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 94

1863
...anything faster, his bones rattled like a pair of suappers. As for his chamber, there was not a cobweh in it— the spiders being all starved to death. He put spells upon the mice for fear they should guaw some scraps of bread be kept. His bed was o, the floor, and he always lay on one side for fear...
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Caxtoniana: a Series of Essays on Life, Literature, and Manners

Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton - 1864 - Страниц: 441
...necessity to start out for sustenance He walked leisurely, and whenever he happened to move any thing faster, his bones rattled like a pair of snappers....one side for fear of wearing out the sheets." The humor of this passage is extraordinary for riot and redundance. Can any thiug less resemble the unforced...
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