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" It made me a very poor man for many years, but I never repented it. I turned schoolmaster, to educate my son, as I could not afford to send him to school. Mrs. Sydney turned schoolmistress, to educate my girls, as I could not afford a governess. I turned... "
The Eclectic Review - 183. oldal
1855
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The Protestant Episcopal Quarterly Review, and Church Register, 3. kötet

1856
...turned schoolmaster, to educate my sons, aa I could not afford to send them to school. Mrs. Sidney turned schoolmistress, to educate my girls, as I could...governess. I turned farmer, as I could not let my land." " I had little furniture, so I bought a cart-load of deals, took a carpenter, (who came to me for parish...

The Irish Quarterly Review, 5. kötet

1855
...you, no small degree of energy. It made me a very poor man for many years, but I never repented it. I turned schoolmaster, to educate my son, as I could...man-servant was too expensive ; so I caught up a little garden-girl, made like a milestone, christened her Bunch, put a napkin in her hand, and made her my...

Christian Examiner, 59. kötet

1855
...you, no small degree of energy. " It made me a very poor man for many years, but I never repented it. I turned schoolmaster, to educate my son, as I could...manservant was too expensive ; so I caught up a little garden-girl, made like a milestone, christened her Bunch, put a napkin in her hand, and made her my...

A memoir of ... Sydney Smith. With a selection from his letters, ed. by mrs ...

Saba Holland (lady.) - 1855
...you, no small degree of energy. " It made me a very poor man for many years, but I never repented it. I turned schoolmaster, to educate my son, as I could...manservant was too expensive ; so I caught up a little garden-girl, made like a milestone, christened her Bunch, put a napkin in her hand, and made her my...

Memoir

Sydney Smith, Lady Saba Holland Holland - 1855
...you, no small degree of energy. " It made me a very poor man for many years, but I never repented it. I turned schoolmaster, to educate my son, as I could...manservant was too expensive ; so I caught up a little garden-girl, made like a milestone, christened her Bunch, put a napkin in her hand, and made her my...

The National Review, 1. kötet

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1855
...who came from London a fool, " but you I do zee, Mr. Smith, be no fool." This was the sort of life. " I turned schoolmaster, to educate my son, as I could...man-servant was too expensive ; so I caught up a little garden-girl, made like a milestone, christened her Bunch, put a napkin in her hand, and made her my...

The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, 36. kötet

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1855
...very poor man for many years, but I never repented it. I turned schoolmaster, to educate my son, as 1 could not afford to send him to school. Mrs. Sydney...could not let my land. A man-servant was too expensive ; eo 1 caught up a little garden-girl, made like a milestone, christened her Bunch, put a napkin in...

The National Review, 1. kötet

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1855
...Mr. Smith, be no fool."' This was the sort of life. " I turned schoolmaster, to educate my son, a? I could not afford to send him to school. Mrs. Sydney...could not afford a governess. I turned farmer, as 1 could not let my land. A man-servant was too expensive ; so I caught up a little garden-girl, made...

The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by R. Aspland].

Robert Aspland - 1855
...you, no small degree of energy. " It made me a very poor man for many years, but I never repented it. I turned schoolmaster, to educate my son, as I could...Sydney turned schoolmistress, to educate my girls, aa I could not afford a governess. I tnrned farmer, as I could not let my land. A man-servant was too...

The Gentleman's Magazine

1855
...made me a very poor man for many years, but I never repented it. I turned schoolmaster, to educate ray son, as I could not afford to send him to school. Mrs. Sidney turned schoolmistress, to educate my girls, as I could not afford a governess. I turned farmer,...




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