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" When I first saw him, I thought, if I had not been let into his character and story, I could have discerned that he had been much separated from company, from his aspect and gesture ; there was a strong but cheerful seriousness in his look, and a certain... "
Naufragia, or, Historical memoirs of shipwrecks and of the providential ... - Seite 11
von James Stanier Clarke - 1805
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Band 12

1801
...first saw him, I thought if I had not beeil let into his character anil story, 1 could have discerned that he had been much separated from company, from...there was a strong, but cheerful seriousness in his looks, and a Tj certain disregard to the ordinary things about him, as rf he had been i-unk in thought....
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The Gleaner: A Series of Periodical Essays, Band 1

Nathan Drake - 1811
...first saw him, I thought, if I had not been let into his character and story, I could have discerned that he had been much separated from company, from...which brought him off the island, came in, he received thern with the greatest indifference with relation to the prospect of going off with them, but with...
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The Eclectic Review, Band 10;Band 28

William Hendry Stowell - 1818
...further particulars of Selkirk. Steele became acquainted with him : he ¿ays, that '' he should discern that he had been much separated from company, from...There was a strong but cheerful seriousness in his looks, and a certain disregard to the ordinary things about him, as if he had been sunk in thought....
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Curiosities of Literature, Band 5

Isaac Disraeli - 1823
...further particulars of Selkirk. Steele became acquainted with him; he says, that " he could discern that he had been much separated from company from...There was a strong but cheerful seriousness in his looks, and a certain disregard to the ordinary things about him, as if he had been sunk in thought....
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Curiosities of literature

Isaac Disraeli - 1823
...further particulars of Selkirk. Steele became acquainted with him ; he says, that " he could discern that he had been much separated from company from...There was a strong but cheerful seriousness in his looks, and a certain disregard to the ordinary things about him, as if he had been sunk in thought....
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The Oriental Herald, and Journal of General Literature, Band 12

James Silk Buckingham - 1827
...first saw him, I thought, If I had not bcen let into his character nod story, I could have discerned that he had been much separated from company, from...things about him, as if he had been sunk in thought.' ' Robinson Crusoe,' first appeared in 1719. Defoe has been very unjustly charged with surreptitiously...
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Curiosities of Literature, Band 3

Isaac Disraeli - 1833
...from company from his aspect and gesture. There was a strong but cheerful seriousness in his looks, and a certain disregard to the ordinary things about him, as if he had been sunk in vOL. III. 21* thought. The man frequently bewailed his return to the world, which could not, he said,...
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Curiosities of Literature: Second series

Isaac Disraeli - 1835 - 446 Seiten
...comEny from bis aspect and gesture. Tnere was a strong I cheerful seriousness in his looks, ала a certain disregard to the ordinary things about him, as if he had been sunk in thought. The man frequently bewailed hi« return to the world, which could not, he said, with all its enjoyments,...
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Exemplary and instructive biography

Exemplary and instructive biography - 1836 - 334 Seiten
...this writer, " I thought, if I had not been let into his character and story, J could have discovered that he had been much separated from company, from...cheerful seriousness in his look, and a certain disregard of the ordinary things about him, as if he had been sunk in thought. When the ship which brought him...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1836
...this writer, " I thought if I had not been let into his character and story, I could have discovered that he had been much separated from company, from...cheerful seriousness in his look, and a certain disregard of the ordinary things about him, as if he hac been sunk in thought. When the ship which brought him...
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