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" Indeed he did not confine this humanity to his own people. Any steady servant of a friend of his was soon considered as a sort of friend too, and was sure to have a kind little colloquy to himself at coming and going. "
Memoirs of the life of sir Walter Scott [by J.G. Lockhart]. - 194. oldal
szerző: John Gibson Lockhart - 1839
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Foster's Cabinet Miscellany: A Series of Publications on Various ..., 3. kötet

1837
...gentleman. vOL. iv. 22 A He conversed with his coachman if he sat by him, as he often did, on the box—with his footman, if he happened to be in the rumble; and...With all this, Scott was a very rigid enforcer of discipline—contrived to make it thoroughly understood by all about him, that they must do their part...

Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart..

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837
...were so arranged as to leave time for advancing his education, made him bring his copybook once a-week to the library, and examined him as to all that he...With all this, Scott was a very rigid enforcer of discipline—contrived to make it thoroughly understood by all about him, that they must do their part...

Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart. ...

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837 - 486 oldal
...were so arranged as to leave time for advancing his education, made him bring his copybook once a-week to the library, and examined him as to all that he...humanity to his own people. Any steady servant of afriend of his was soon considered as a sort of friend too, and was sure to have a kind little colloquy...

Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, 2. kötet

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837
...so arranged as to leave time for advancing his education, made him bring his copy-book once a-week to the library, and examined him as to all that he was doing. Indeed he did not confme this humanity to his own people. Any steady servant of a friend of his was soon considered as...

The Christian Examiner and General Review

Francis Jenks, James Walker, Francis William Pitt Greenwood, William Ware - 1839
...he sat by him, as he often did, on the box; with his footman, if he happened to be in the ramble ; and when there was any very young lad in the household,...library, and examined him as to all that he was doing." ; . Scott's treatment of contemporary authors, whose friendship he preserved to the last, was another...

Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart

John Gibson Lockhart - 1853 - 837 oldal
...so arranged as to leave time for advancing his education, made him bring his copy-book once a-week to the library, and examined him as to all that he...servant of a friend of his was soon considered as a sort of-friend too, and was sure to have a kind little colloquy to himself at coming and going. With all...

The Prospective Review: A Quarterly Journal of Theology and Literature, 9. kötet

1853
...the rumble. Indeed, he did not confine his humanity to his own people; any steady- going servant of n friend of his was soon considered as a sort of friend...to have a kind little colloquy to himself at coming or going." " Sir Walter speaks to every man as if he was his blood relation," was the expressive comment...

Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, 2. kötet

John Gibson Lockhart - 1873
...so arranged as to leave time for advancing his education, made him bring his copy-book once a-week to the library, and examined him as to all that he was doing. Indeed lie did not confine this humanity to his own people. Any steady servant of a friend of his was soon...

Wordsworth. Coleridge. Lamb. Hazlitt. Leigh Hunt. Proctor

Edward Tuckerman Mason - 1884
...other gentleman. He conversed with his coachman, if he sat by him, as he often did, on the box—with his footman, if he happened to be in the rumble ;...library, and examined him as to all that he was doing. . . . With all this, Scott was a very rigid enforcer of discipline—contrived to make it thoroughly...

Scott. Hogg. Campbell. Chalmers. Wilson. De Quincey. Jeffrey

Edward Tuckerman Mason - 1885
...intercourse may still be indulged between a master and an out-of-door's servant ; but in truth he kept up the old fashion even with domestic servants, to an...library, and examined him as to all that he was doing. . . . With all this, Scott was a very rigid enforcer of discipline — contrived to make it thoroughly...




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