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" A great deal," replied Evelyn ; " for, in the place I allude to, he was the quizzer, and Oliver the quizzee. ' We courtiers,' he says, ' valued ourselves much upon our good clothes; and when I first saw Oliver, he seemed a gentleman very ordinarily clad,... "
Tremaine: Or, The Man of Refinement - Page 47
by Robert Plumer Ward - 1825
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Blackwood's Magazine

1825
...the quizzee. ' We courtiers,' he says, ' valued ourselves much upon our good clotlies ; and when ^ first saw Oliver, he seemed a gentleman very ordinarily...his linen not very clean, his hat without a hatband, anil his sword stuck on awkwardly.' Sir Philip says of himself, that he then vainly thought himself...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 17

Scotland - 1825
...and Oliver the quizzee. ' We courtiers,' he says, ' valued ourselves much upon our good dot lies ; and when I first saw Oliver, he seemed a gentleman...evidently quizzing the man who afterwards became his muster ; for I remember be goes on to say, ' And yet I lived to see this very person, (having had a...
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Tremaine: Or, The Man of Refinement, Volume 1

Robert Plumer Ward - 1825
...allude to, he was the quizzer, and Oliver the quizzee. ' We courtiers,' he says, ' valued our-. selves much upon our good clothes; and when I first saw Oliver,...seem, by an ill country tailor ; his linen not very dean, his hat without a hatband, and his sword stuck on awkwardly.' Sir Philip says of himself, that...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 17

England - 1825
...and when I first saw Oliver, he seemed a gentleman very ordinarily clad, in a plain suit, made, аз it should seem, by an ill country tailor ; his linen not very clean, his hat without a batband, and his sword stuck on awkwardly.' Sir Philip says of himself, that he then vainly thought...
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The Graphic History of the British Empire

William Francis Collier, Walter Scott Dalgleish - Great Britain - 1891 - 803 pages
...As to dress, his plain cloth suit bore evident marks of country scissors ; his linen was plain, and not very clean ; his hat without a hat-band, and his sword stuck close by his side. So much for the externals of the man; but there was empire in the steadfast eye,...
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