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I would rather have a young fellow too much than too little dressed: the excess on that side will wear off, with a little age and ...
Women of fashion and character--I do not mean absolutely unblemished--are a necessary ingredient in the composition of good compan ...
It breedeth no small offence and scandal to see and consider upon the one part the curiosity and cost bestowed by all sorts of men ...
Society gains nothing whilst a man, not himself renovated, attempts to renovate things around him; he has become tediously good in ...
Celerity is never more admired
Than by the negligent.
[T]here is no Part of the World where Servants have those Privileges and Advantages as in England: They have no where else such pl ...
quiet, negligent riding,
my toes standing the stirrups,
my thighs hugging his ribs.
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