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" ... in innocency, a far better wearing. She doth not, with lying long abed, spoil both her complexion and conditions. "
The Monthly magazine - Seite 243
1810
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The Living Age ..., Band 52

1857
...knowledge. The lining of her appareil (which is her selfe) is farro better then the out sides of tissew : for though she. be not arrayed in the spoile of the...She doth not, with lying long abed, spoile both her comE lésion and conditions ; nature hath taught er, too immoderate sleepe is rust to the eoule : she...
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A collection of letters and essays on several subjects, lately publish'd in ...

James Arbuckle - 1980 - 431 Seiten
...better than Out' fides of Tiflew : for tho fhee be not arraied 4 in the Spoyle of the Silke-worme, fhee is • deckt in Innocency, a far better Wearing. •She doth not, with lying long a bed, fpoife 4 both her Complexion and Conditions ; Na' ture hath taught her, too immoderate Sleepe...
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Elizabethan Popular Culture

Leonard R. N. Ashley - 1988 - 316 Seiten
...than outsides of tissue: for though she be not arrayed in the spoil of the silkworm, she is decked in innocency, a far better wearing. She doth not, with lying long abed, spoil both her complexion and conditions. Nature hath taught her too immoderate sleep is rust to the...
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The London Quarterly Review, Band 8

John Telford, Benjamin Aquila Barber - 1857
...volume with a doubtful or disputed reading. Thus of the ' Fair and happy Milk-mayd ' it is said, ' She doth not, with lying long abed, spoile both her...conditions ; nature hath taught her, too immoderate sleepe is rust to the soule : she rises therefore with chaunticleare, her dames cock, and at night...
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Life in Shakespeare's England: A Book of Elizabethan Prose

John Dover Wilson - 1926 - 291 Seiten
...than outsides of tissue: for though she be not arrayed in the spoil of the silkworm, she is decked in innocency, a far better wearing. She doth not, with lying long abed, spoil both her complexion and conditions. Nature hath taught her too immoderate sleep is rust to the...
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