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" The fireplaces were of a truly patriarchal magnitude, where the whole family, old and young, master and servant, black and white, nay, even the very cat and dog enjoyed a community of privilege, and had each a prescriptive right to a corner. "
Historical Collections of the State of New York: Containing a General ... - Page 291
by John Warner Barber, Henry Howe - 1842 - 608 lehte
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A History of New-York: From the Beginning of the World to the End ..., 1. köide

Washington Irving - 1812
...thofe happy days, of primeval fimplicity, which float before our imaginations like golden .vifions. The fire-places were of a truly patriarchal magnitude, where the whole family, old and young* mafter and fervant, black and white, nay, even th« very cat and dog enjoyed a community of privilege,...
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Blackwood's Magazine, 7. köide

1820
...kitchen. To have seen a numerous household assembled iround the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval...dog enjoyed a community of privilege, and had each a prescriptive right to a corner. Here the old burgher would sit in perfect silence, puffing his pipe,...
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A History of New-York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1819
...kitdit'Tu To have seen a numerous household assembled around the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval...float before our imaginations like golden visions. yThe fire-places Vere of a truly patriarchal magnitude, where the whole family, old and young, master...
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A History of New York: From the Beginning of the World to the End ..., 1. köide

Washington Irving - 1821
...kitchen. To have seen a numerous household assembled around the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval...old and young, master and servant, black and white, riay, even the very cat and dog, enjoyed a community of privilege, and had each a right to a corner....
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 7. köide

1820
...days of primeval simplicity, which Boat before our imaginations like golden visions. The fire-place were of a truly patriarchal magnitude, where the whole...dog enjoyed a community of privilege, and had each a prescriptive ru! to a comer. Here the old burgher woulJ sit in perfect silence, puffing his pipe, lucking...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, 7. köide

1820
...kitchen. To have seen a numerous household assembled around the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval...simplicity, which float before our imaginations like golden »isions. The fire-placea were of a truly patriarchal magnitude, where the whole family, old and young,...
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A History of New-York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1821 - 372 lehte
...household assembled around the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported back to those har>py days of primeval simplicity, which float before our...enjoyed a community of privilege, .and had each a prescriptive right to a corner. Here the old burgher would sit in perfect silence, puffing his pipe,...
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A History of New-York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1821 - 372 lehte
...transported hack to those hap* py days of primeval simplicity, which float before our ima* giriations like golden visions. The fire-places were of a truly...dog enjoyed a' •community of privilege, and had eadh a prescriptive right to a corner. Here the old burgher would sit m perfect silence, puffing his...
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Memoirs Concerning the Affairs of Scotland from Queen Anne's Accession to ...

George Lockhart - 1824 - 404 lehte
...kitchen. To have seen a numerous household assembled around the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval...dog enjoyed a community of privilege, and had each a prescriptive right to a corner. Here the old burgher would sit in perfect silence, puffing his pipe,...
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A History of New York: From the Beginnimg of the World to the End ..., 1. köide

Washington Irving - 1824
...imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval simplicity, whichfloatbeforeour imaginations like golden visions. The fire-places...truly patriarchal magnitude, where the whole family, eld and young, master and servant, black and white, nay, even the very cat and dog, enjoyed a community...
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