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" Such was the outside of Sophia ; nor was this beautiful frame disgraced by an inhabitant unworthy of it. Her mind was every way equal to her person ; nay, the latter borrowed some charms from the former ; for when she smiled, the sweetness of her temper... "
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling - Página 152
por Henry Fielding - 1820 - 299 páginas
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The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq;: The history of Tom Jones

Henry Fielding - 1766
...borrowed fome charms from the former : for when flie fmiled, the fweetnefs of her temper dif-^ fufed that glory over her countenance, which no regularity of features can give. But as there are n» perfections of the mind which do not difcover themfelves, in that perfedl intimacy, to which we...
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The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: With the Life of the Author, Volumen7

Henry Fielding - 1771
...latter borrowed fome charms from the former : for when flie fmiled, the fweetnefs of her temper diffufed that glory over her countenance, which no regularity...there are no perfections of the mind which do not difcover themfelves, in that perfect intimacy, to which we intend to introduce our reader, with this...
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The novelist's magazine

1781
...borrowed iome charms from the former : for when ilie (in i led, the iweetnefs of her temper diffuled.that glory over her countenance, which no regularity of...there are no perfections of the mind which do not diicover thtmlelves, in that perfect intimacy, to which we intend to introduce our reader, with this...
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The History of Tom Jones: A Foundling. By Henry Fielding, Esq; In Four ...

Henry Fielding - 1791
...latter borrowed fome charms from the former: for when fhe fmiled, the fweetnefs of her temper diffufed that glory over her countenance, which no regularity...there are no perfections of the mind which do not difcover themfelves, in that perfect intimacy, to which we intend to introduce our Reader, with this...
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The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, Volumen1

Henry Fielding - 1809
...latter horrowed some charms from the former ; for when she smiled, the sweetness of her temper diffnsed that glory over her countenance which no regularity of features can give. Bnt as there are' no perfections of the mind which do not discoverthemselvesin that perfect intimacy...
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The novels of Henry Fielding ... complete in one volume. To which is ...

Henry Fielding - 1821
...mind was every way equal to her person ; nay, the latter borrowed some charms from the former ; for when she smiled, the sweetness of her temper diffused...intend to introduce our reader with this charming Tonng creature, so it is needless to mention them nere ; nay, it is a kind of tacit affront to our...
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The novels of Henry Fielding ... complete in one volume. To which is ...

Henry Fielding - 1821
...mind was every way equal to her person ; nay, the latter borrowed some charms from the former ; for when she smiled, the sweetness of her temper diffused...are no perfections of the mind which do not discover thetn«elves, in that perfect intimacy to which we intend to introduce our reader with this charming...
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Memoir of Henry Fielding, [by Thomas Roscoe]. Tom Jones

Henry Fielding - 1857
...mind was every way equal to her person ; nay, the latter borrowed some charms from the former ; for when she smiled, the sweetness of her temper diffused...intend to introduce our reader with this charming joung creature, so it is needless to mention them here : nay, it is a kind of tacit affront to our...
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Memoir of Henry Fielding, [by Thomas Roscoe]. Tom Jones

Henry Fielding - 1857
...mind was every way equal to her person ; nay, the latter borrowed some charms from the former ; for when she smiled, the sweetness of her temper diffused...over her countenance which no regularity of features pan give. But as there are no perfections of the mind which do not discover themselves in that perfect...
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The writings of Henry Fielding, comprising his celebrated works of fiction ...

Henry Fielding - 1872
...Her mind was every way equal to her person; nay, the latter borrowed some charms from the former; for when she smiled, the sweetness of her temper diffused...discover themselves in that perfect intimacy to which wo intend to introduce our reader with this charming young creature, so it is needless to mention them...
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