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" But it was better to walk than stay at home, so my companions assured me, for exercise and an appetite. After pursuing them, with hopeless assiduity, for more than a mile, without sight of egress or sign of termination, finding I had already enough of... "
The Listener - Page 151
by Caroline Fry - 1833 - 269 pages
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The Assistant of Education: Religious and Literary, Intended for ..., Volume 9

Education - 1823
...stay on our feet, increased the value of exertion. But it was better to walk than stay at home, so my companions assured me, for exercise and an appetite....After pursuing them with hopeless assiduity for more thau a mile, without sight of egress or sign of termination, finding I had already enough of the one,...
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Assistant of Education, Volume 9

Education - 1827
...stay on our feet, increased the value of exertion. But it was better to walk than stay at home, so my companions assured me, for exercise and an appetite....termination, finding I had already enough of the one, and doubtiug how far the other might be off, I lagged behind, and began to think how I might amuse myself...
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The Listener, Volume 2

Caroline Fry Wilson - 1832
...stay on our feet, increased the value of exertion. But it was better to walk than stay at home, so my companions assured me, for exercise and an appetite....fortunate incidents, which, they tell me, never happen to any body but the Listener, I heard the sound of voices over the hedge. This was delightful. In resuming...
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The Listener, Volume 2

Caroline Fry Wilson - 1832
...stay on our feet, increased the value of exertion. But it was better to walk than stay at home, so my companions assured me, for exercise and an appetite....might be off, I lagged behind, and began to think how 1 might amuse myself till their return. By one of those fortunate incidents, which, they tell me, never...
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The Ladies' Vase, Or, Polite Manual for Young Ladies: Original and Selected

American lady - Etiquette for women - 1849 - 139 pages
...there was a bel'ef among the Udies of that country that it is better to walk in all weather. The lane j was wide enough to pass in file, with chilly droppings...fortunate incidents, which they tell me never happen to any body but a lisiener, I heard the sound of voices over the hedge. This was delightful. In this occupation...
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