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" It is, I believe, a fact verified beyond doubt, that some years ago it was impossible to obtain a copy of the Newgate Calendar, as they had all been bought up by the Americans, whether to suppress the blazon of their forefathers or to assist in their... "
The Monthly review. New and improved ser. New and improved ser - Página 100
1836
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Letters, Conversations, and Recollections of S. T. Coleridge

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1836 - 266 páginas
...once provoked me to tell him that ' on that head the least said the better, as the Americans presented the extraordinary anomaly of a people without a language....obtain a copy of the Newgate Calendar, as they had all.been bought up by the Americans ; whether to suppress this blazon of their forefathers, or to assist...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen30

1872
...the name of Boston" The talking dynasty has always been hard upon us Americans. King Samuel II. says: "It is, I believe, a fact verified beyond doubt, that...been bought up by the Americans, whether to suppress the blazon of their forefathers or to assist in their genealogical researches I could never learn satisfactorily."...
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Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art ..., Volumen6

1870
...language, provoked me to tell him that, on that head, the least said the better, as the Americans presented the extraordinary anomaly of a people without a language...called 'plunder' in America), and had stolen it." What a fearful course of boredom " an American " must have inflicted upon good Mr. Coleridge to wring...
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Putnam's Magazine of Literature, Science, Art, and National Interests, Volumen6

1870
...language, provoked me to tell him that, on that head, the least said the better, as the Americans presented the extraordinary anomaly of a people without a language...called 'plunder' in America), and had stolen it." What a fearful course of boredom " an American " must have inflicted upon good Mr. Coleridge to wring...
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AMERICANISMS; THE ENGLISH OF THE NEW WORLD

M.SCHELE DE VERE - 1872
...language, provoked me to tell him, that, on that head, the least said the better, as the Americans present the extraordinary anomaly of a people without a language ; that they had mistaken the English word for baggage (which is called plunder in America), and had stolen it." (Recollections and Conversations.)...
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Americanisms: The English of the New World

Maximilian Schele de Vere - 1872 - 685 páginas
...language, provoked me to tell him, that, on that head, the least said the better, as the Americans present the extraordinary anomaly of a people without a language ; that they had mistaken the English word for baggage (which is called plunder in America), and had stolen it" (Recollections and Conversations.)...
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Americanisms: The English of the New World

Maximilian Schele de Vere - 1872 - 685 páginas
...language, provoked me to tell him, that, on that head, the least said the better, as the Americans present the extraordinary anomaly of a people without a language ; that they had mistaken the English word for baggage (which is called plunder in America), and had stolen it." (Recollections and Conversations.)...
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Americanisms: The English of the New World

Maximilian Schele de Vere - 1872 - 685 páginas
...the extraordinary anomaly of a people without a language ; that they had mistaken the English word for baggage (which is called plunder in America), and had stolen it." (Recollections and Conversations.) The elder D'Israeli, on the contrary, says, in his Curiosities of...
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The "breakfast-table" Series: The Autocrat of the Breakfast-table, The ...

Oliver Wendell Holmes - 1882 - 604 páginas
...name of Boston' The talking dynasty has always been hard upon us American;. King Samuel II. says : ' It is, I believe, a fact verified beyond doubt, that...been bought up by the Americans, whether to suppress the blazon of their forefathers or to assist in their genealogical researches I could never learn satisfactorily.'...
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Selections from the Breakfast-table Series, and Pages from an Old Volume of Life

Oliver Wendell Holmes - 1883 - 332 páginas
...name of Boston." The talking dynasty has always been hard upon us Americans. King Samuel II. says : " It is, I believe, a fact verified beyond doubt, that...been bought up by the Americans, whether to suppress the blazon of their forefathers or to assist in their genealogical researches I could never learn satisfactorily."...
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