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" ... out of curiosity, have often looked in at the window to see how he behaved when alone ; which whenever they did, they Were sure to find him laughing, and in the utmost delight. This made them judge that he was not without company more pleasing to... "
Waverley Novels: Vol. 7 - Página 450
por Walter Scott - 1845 - 727 páginas
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The Works of Walter Scott, Esq, Volumen2

Walter Scott - 1806
...pleasing to him than any mortals could be ; " and what made this conjecture seem the more reason" able, was, that if he were left ever so dirty, the woman,...hair " combed with the utmost exactness and nicety." P. 128. Waldron gives another account of a poor woman, to whose oHspring, it would seem, the Fairies...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish border: consisting of historical and romantic ...

Scottish border - 1812
...any mortals could be ; and what made this " conjecture seem the more reasonable, was, that if he 11 were left ever so dirty, the woman, at her return,...hair combed with the " utmost exactness and nicety." — P. 128. Waldron gives another account of a poor woman, to •whose offspring, it would seem, the...
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Minstrelsy of the Scottish border: consisting of historical and ..., Volumen2

Scottish border - 1821
...that he was not without company, " more pleasing to him than any mortals could be ; and " what made this conjecture seem the more reasonable, " was, that..." combed with the utmost exactness and nicety."— P. 128. Waldron gives another account of a poor woman, to whose offspring, it would seem, the Fairies...
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The Dublin Inquisitor, ..., Volúmenes1-2

1821
...without company more pleasing to him than any mortals could be ; and what made this conjecture seem more reasonable was, that if he were left ever so...hair combed with the utmost exactness and nicety." I shall conclude with an account taken from a woman to whose offspring the fairies seemed to have taken...
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The Nic-Nac; or, oracle of knowledge, Volumen4

1826
...could be; and what made this conjecture seem the more reasonable, was, that' if he was left ever 8O dirty, the woman, at her return, saw him with a clean...exactness and nicety. A second account of this nature I received from a creditable woman, whose offspring seems to have been devoted to the power of spirits....
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Bride of Lammermoor - Peveril of the peak

Walter Scott - 1833
...judge that he was not without company more pleasing to him than any mortals could be ; and what made this conjecture seem the more reasonable, waS, that...woman' to whose offspring the fairies seemed to have tftken a particular fancy. The fourth or fifth night after she was delivered of her first child, the...
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The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His ..., Volumen1

Walter Scott - 1833
...but extends to tboie of Sclavic origin. Tooke (Hittory of Rwsiu, vol. L p. F ]< be ; and what made this conjecture seem the more reasonable, was, that...hair combed with the utmost exactness and nicety."— P. 128. Waldron gives another account of a poor woman. to whose offspring, it would seem, the Fairies...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. ...

Walter Scott - 1833
...was not without company, more pleasing to, VOL. II. X him than any mortals could be ; and what made this conjecture seem the more reasonable, was, that...hair combed with the utmost exactness and nicety." — P. 128. Waldron gives another account of a poor woman, to whose offspring, it would seem, the Fairies...
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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart.., Volumen2

Walter Scott - 1833
...judgethat he was not without company, more pleasing to, him than any mortals could be; and what made this conjecture seem the more reasonable, was, that...and his hair combed with the utmost exactness and nicety."—P. 128. Waldron gives another account of a poor woman, to whose offspring, it would seem,...
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Sketches of Imposture: Deception and Credulity

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1837 - 368 páginas
...more pleasing to him than any mortal ; and what made this seem more reasonable was, that if he was left ever so dirty, the woman, at her return, saw him with a clean face, and hair combed with the utmost exactness." Instances have been often recorded of extraordinary sleepers,...
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