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" ... hugely disliked — namely, a mincing Frenchman. At first a single umbrella seems to have been kept at a coffee-house for some extraordinary occasion — lent as a coach or chair in a heavy shower— but not commonly carried by the walkers. "
The London and Paris ladies' magazine of fashion, ed. by mrs. Edward Thomas - Seite 46
herausgegeben von - 1856
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Band 10

1833
...umbrella seems to have been kept in a coffee-house for some extraordinary occasion— lent as a coach or chair in a heavy shower — but not commonly carried...who, in fear of rain, borrowed the -umbrella from Wilts'1 Coffeehouse, shall thenexttimebe welcome to the maid's pattens.''1 An umbrella carried by a...
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The Maids, Wives, and Widows' Penny Magazine, and Gazette ..., Band 1,Ausgabe 2

1832
...umbrella seems to have been kept at a entice house for some extraordinary occasion — lent a« a coach or chair in a heavy shower — but not commonly carried by the walkers. The Female Taller advertises, " the young gentleman belonging to the Custom House, who, in fear of rnln, borrowed...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Band 10

1833
...umbrella seems to have been kept in a coffee-house for eome extraordinary occasion— lent as a coach or chair in a heavy shower — but not commonly carried by the walkers. The Female Taller advertises, "the yonng gentleman belonging to the custom-house who, in fear of rain, horrowed...
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Miscellanies of literature, by the author of 'Curiosities of literature'.

Isaac Disraeli - 1840
...umbrella seems to have been kept at a coffee-house for some extraordinary occasion — lent as a coach or chair in a heavy shower — but not commonly carried...custom-house, who, in fear of rain, borrowed the umbrella from Wilks' Coffee-house, shall the next time be welcome to the maid's pattern." An umbrella carried by...
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Miscellanies of Literature, Bände 1-2

Isaac Disraeli - 1840 - 484 Seiten
...umbrella seems to have been kept at a coffee-house for some extraordinary occasion — lent as a coach or chair in a heavy shower — but not commonly carried...custom-house, who, in fear of rain, borrowed the umbrella fron Wilks' Coffee-house, shall the next time be wel- ! come to the maid's pattens." An umbrella c.irricd...
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Miscellanies of literature

Isaac Disraeli - 1840
...umbrella seems to have been kept at a coffee-house for some extraordinary occasion — lent as a coach or chair in a heavy shower — but not commonly carried by the walkers. The "Female Taller" advertises, " the young gentleman belonging to the custom-house, who, in fear of rain, borrowed...
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Dictionary of dates, and universal reference

Joseph Timothy Haydn - 1841
...extraorfinv. occasions— lent as a coach or chair in a heavy shower, but not commonly carried by the wait The female Tatler advertises " The young gentleman belonging to the Custom-house, who, in кат rain, borrowed the umbrella from Wilks't Coffee-home, shall the next time be welcome tottere...
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Dictionary of dates, and universal reference

Joseph Timothy Haydn - 1845 - 80 Seiten
...as a coach or chair in a heavy shower, but not commonly carried by the wallten*. The Female Taller advertises " The young gentleman belonging to the...Custom-house, who, in fear of rain, borrowed the umbrella from W in. ft Coffet-houte, shall the next time be welcome to the maid's patient." As late as 1778, one...
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Notes and Queries

1877
...umbrella seems to hare been kept at a coffee-house for some extraordinary occasion — lent as a coach or chair in a heavy shower, but not commonly carried...advertises, ' The young gentleman belonging to the Custom-boose, who, in fear of rain, borrowed the umbrella from Wilks' Coffee-house, shall the next...
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The World's Progress: a Dictionary of Dates

George Palmer Putnam - 1851 - 716 Seiten
...umbrella seems 10 have been kepi at a coffee-house for extraordinary occasions — lent as a coach or chair in a heavy shower, but not commonly carried by the walkers. The Female Tattler advertises •• The young gentleman belonging to the Custom-house who, in fear of rain, borrowed...
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