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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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Knickerbocker's History of New York, 1. köide

Washington Irving - 1893 - 743 lehte
...kitchen. To have seen a numerous household assembled round the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval...and white, nay, even the very cat and dog, enjoyed a com' V. \ munity of privilege, and had each a right to a corner. Here the old burgher would sit in...
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Hazen's Fourth Reader

Marshman William Hazen - 1895 - 420 lehte
...seen a numerous household assembled around the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported to those happy days of primeval simplicity which float before our imaginations like golden visions. 7. The fireplaces were of truly patriarchal magnitude, where the whole family, old and young, master...
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Hazen's Primer and First-[fifth] Reader, 4. raamat

Marshman William Hazen - 1895
...seen a numerous household assembled around the tire, one would have imagined that he was transported to those happy days of primeval simplicity which float before our imaginations like golden visions. 7. The fireplaces were of truly patriarchal magnitude, where the whole family, old and young, master...
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School Reading by Grades, 7. köide

James Baldwin - 1897
...seen a numerous 15 household assembled round the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported to those happy days of primeval simplicity which float...fireplaces were of a truly patriarchal magnitude, 20 where the whole family, old and young, master and servant, black and white, — nay, even the very...
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Teachers' Manual for Second Reader

Isaac Kaufman Funk, Montrose Jonas Moses - 1904 - 307 lehte
...As to the family, they always entered in at the gate and most generally lived in the kitchen. . . . "The fireplaces were of a truly patriarchal magnitude...white — nay, even the very cat and dog — enjoyed community of privilege, and had each a right to a corner. Here the old burgher would sit in perfect...
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Teachers' Manual for Second Reader

Isaac Kaufman Funk, Montrose Jonas Moses - 1904 - 307 lehte
...to the family, they always entered in at the gate and most generally lived in the kitchen. . . . " The fireplaces were of a truly patriarchal magnitude...family, old and young, master and servant, black and white—nay, even the very cat and dog—enjoyed community of privilege, and had each a right to a...
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Journeys Through Bookland

Charles H.Sylevester - 1909
...kitchen. To have seen a numerous household assembled round the fire one would have imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval...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 right to...
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Knickerbocker's History of New York: (books III-VII)

Washington Irving - 1909 - 288 lehte
...kitchen. To have seen a numer- 3° ous household assembled round the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval...magnitude, where the whole family, old and young, master 35 and servant, black and white, nay, even the very cat and dog, enjoyed a community of privilege,...
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The Literary Reader for Higher Grades, 6. raamat

Kate Forrest Oswell, Charles Benajah Gilbert - 1912 - 591 lehte
...round the fire, one would have imagined that he was transported back to those happy days of primeval 2 simplicity, which float before our imaginations like golden visions. The fireplaces were of a truly 95 patriarchal magnitude, where the whole family, old and young, master and servant, black and white,...
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The Exceptional Child

Maximilian Paul Eugen Groszmann - 1917 - 764 lehte
...happy days / of primeval simplicity / which fleet before our imaginations / like golden visions. / The whole family, / old and young, / master and servant,...and dog / enjoyed a community of privilege, / and each had a right / to a corner. / Here the old burgher / would sit in perfect silence, / puffing his...
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