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" Sir Roger de Coverley walking in the Temple garden and discoursing with Mr. Spectator about the beauties in hoops and patches who are sauntering over the grass, is just as lively a figure to me as old Samuel Johnson rolling through the fog with a Scotch... "
Stray Moments with Thackeray: His Humor, Satire, and Characters: Being ... - 第 52 頁
William Makepeace Thackeray 著 - 1880 - 192 頁
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The Canadian Law Times, 第 30 卷

1911
...creations as real to us this day as the authors whose children they were; and Sir Roger de Coverley, walking in the Temple Garden, and discoursing with...Harry Fielding, with -inked ruffles and a wet towel around his head, dashing off articles at midnight for the Covent Garden Journal while the printer's...
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The Canadian Law Times, 第 30 卷

1911
...whose children they were; and Sir Roger de Coverley. walking in the Temple Garden, and discoxirsing with Mr. Spectator about the beauties in hoops and...Harry Fielding, with inked ruffles and a wet towel around his head, dashing off articles at midnight for tl.e Covert Garden Journal while the printer's...
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The Canadian Law Times, 第 31 卷

1911
...creations as real to us at this day as the authors whose children they were — and Sir Roger de Coverley walking in the Temple garden and discoursing with...as old Samuel Johnson rolling through the fog with a Scotch gentleman at his heels on their way to Dr. Goldsmith's chambers in Brick Court; or Harry Fielding,...
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 第 82 卷

Josiah Gilbert Holland, Richard Watson Gilder - 1911
...Spectator about the beauties in hoops and patches who are sauntering over the grass, is just as real a figure to me as old Samuel Johnson, rolling through...the Scotch gentleman at his heels, on their way to Mr. Goldsmith's chambers in Brick Court; or Harry Fielding, with inked ruffles and a wet towel round...
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 第 82 卷

Josiah Gilbert Holland, Richard Watson Gilder - 1911
...de Coverley walking in Temple Garden, and discoursing with Drawn by 1-reilerick t.ardncr BECKY SHARP Mr. Spectator about the beauties in hoops and patches who are sauntering over the grass, is just as real a figure to me as old Samuel Johnson, rolling through the fog with the Scotch gentleman at his...
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Proceedings of the Iowa State Bar Association: Held at Des Moines, Iowa ...

Iowa State Bar Association - 1912 - 262 頁
...creations as real to us at this day as the authors whose children they were — and Sir Roger de Coverly walking in the Temple Garden, and discoursing with...way to Dr. Goldsmith's chambers in Brick Court; or Henry Fielding, with inked ruffles, and a wet towel round his head, dashing off articles at midnight...
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In Thackeray's London: Pictures and Text

Francis Hopkinson Smith - 1913 - 199 頁
...whose children they were. "Sir Roger de Cover-ley walking in the Temple garden," says Mr. Thackeray "and discoursing with Mr. Spectator about the beauties...the Scotch gentleman at his heels, on their way to Mr. Goldsmith's chambers in Brick court, or Harry Fielding, with inked ruffles and a wet towel round...
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The English Illustrated Magazine, 第 26 卷

1902
...Court ; and occupied chambers at No. 1o, Crown Office Row. Crown Office Row has since been demolished. walking in the Temple Garden and discoursing with...figure to me as old Samuel Johnson rolling through a fog, with the Scotch gentleman at his heels, on their way to Mr. Goldsmith's chambers in Brick Court,...
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In Thackeray's London

Francis Hopkinson Smith - 1914 - 199 頁
...in the Temple garden," says Mr. Thackeray "and discoursing with Mr. Spectator about the beauties hi hoops and patches who are sauntering over the grass,...the Scotch gentleman at his heels, on their way to Mr. Goldsmith's chambers in Brick court, or Harry Fielding, with inked ruffles and a wet towel round...
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The Novels: With Dickens and Thackeray in London

Francis Hopkinson Smith - 1915
...whose children they were. " Sir Roger de Coverley walking in the Temple garden," says Mr. Thackeray "and discoursing with Mr. Spectator about the beauties...the Scotch gentleman at his heels, on their way to Mr. Goldsmith's chambers in Brick Court, or Harry Fielding, with inked ruffles and a wet towel round...
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