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" Johnson, who was on a journey, and somewhat fearful from the appearance of the sky, that rain was at no great distance, accosted the Shepherd with asking what sort of weather he thought it would be on the morrow. — " It will be such weather as pleases... "
The Works of Hannah More, in Four Volumes: Including Several Pieces Never ...
por Hannah More - 1803 - 393 páginas
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen4

Hannah More - 2008 - 450 páginas
...appearance of the fky, that rain was at no great diftance, accofted the Shepherd with afking what fort of weather he thought it would be on the morrow. ** It will be fuch weather as . ** pleafes me," anfwered the Shepherd. Though the anfwer was delivered in the mildeft...
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Parental Legacies: Consisting of Advice from a Lady of Quality to Her ...

John Gregory - 1808 - 384 páginas
...countenance, which bore strong marks of health, cheerfulness, and spirit. Mr. Johnson, who was on a journey, and somewhat fearful from the appearance of the sky,...Though the answer was delivered in the mildest and the civilest tone that could be imagined, the Gentleman thought the words themselves rather rude and...
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Cheap Repository Tracts: Entertaining, Moral, and Religious

1810 - 432 páginas
...appearance of the fky, that rain WES at no great diftance, accofled the Shepherd with alkiug what fort of weather he thought it would be on the morrow. — It will be fuch weather as pleafes me, anfwered the Shepherd. Though the anfwer was delivered in the miideft and...
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Tracts produced for the Tract and Book Society of the Evangelical Lutheran ...

Mrs. Hughs (Mary), M.A.P., Henry Ware, Tract and Book Society of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of St. John - 1819
...neatly mended where time had either made a rent, or worn it thin. Mr. Johnson, who was on a journey, and somewhat fearful, from the appearance of the sky,...shepherd. Though the answer was delivered in the mildest tone that could be imagined, the gentleman thought the words themselves rather rude, and asked him...
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The shepherd of Salisbury Plain

Hannah More, American Sunday-School Union. Committee of Publication - 1825 - 72 páginas
...countenance, which bore strong marks of health, cheerfulness and spirit. Mr. Johnson, who was on a journey, and somewhat fearful from the appearance of the sky,...Though the answer was delivered in the mildest and civilest tone that could be imagined, the gentleman thought the words themselves rather rude and surly,...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life

Hannah More - 1827
...that, you sky, that rain was at no great distance, ac- j know sir, and I do not presume to make costcd the shepherd with asking what sort of weather he thought...would be on the morrow. ' It will be such weather as please« me,' answered the shepherd. Though the answer was delivered in the mildest and most civil...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen1

Hannah More - 1835
...countenance, which bore strong marks of health, cheerfulness, and spirit. Mr. Johnson, who was on a journey, and somewhat fearful from the appearance of the sky,...such weather as pleases me,' answered the shepherd. Tliongh the answer was delivered in the mildest and most civil tone that could be imagined, the gentleman...
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The Scottish Christian herald, Volumen3

1838
...clergyman, who afterwards befriended the shepherd on many occaisons. Dr Stonehouse, who was on a journey, and somewhat fearful from the appearance of the sky...Though the answer was delivered in the mildest and civilest tone that could be imagined, Dr S. thought the words themselves rather rude and surly, and...
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The district visitor's manual

General society for promoting district visiting - 1840
...clergyman, who afterwards befriended the shepherd on many occasions. Dr. Stonehouse, who was on a journey, and somewhat fearful from the appearance of the sky...Though the answer was delivered in the mildest and civilest tone that could be imagined, Dr. S. thought the words themselves rather rude and surly, and...
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The Cottage magazine; or, Plain Christian's library, Volumen31

...clergyman, who afterwards befriended the shepherd on many occasions. Dr. Stonehouse, who was on a journey, and somewhat fearful from the appearance of the sky...Though the answer was delivered in the mildest and civilest tone that could be imagined, Dr. S. thought the words themselves rather rude and surly, and...
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