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" Fortunatus's purse of good sentiments in his inside. In this particular he was like the girl in the fairy tale, except that if they were not actual diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the very brightest paste, and shone prodigiously. "
The New Mirror - Page 184
1843
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Jugel's universal magazine, ed. by F.A. Catty

1843
...conversion and correspondence. It was o'nce said of him by a homely admirer, thai he had a Fortunatus' purse of good sentiments in his inside. In this particular...diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the very brightest paste, and shone prodigiously. He was a most exemplary man : fuller of virtuous precept than...
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The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit: His Relatives, Friends and ...

Charles Dickens - 1844 - 905 pages
...man than Mr. Pecksniff: especially in his conversation and correspondence. It was once said of him by a homely admirer, that he had a Fortunatus's purse...diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the very brightest paste, and shone prodigiously. He was a most exemplary man : fuller of virtuous precept than...
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The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, Volumes 1-20

Charles Dickens - Adventure stories - 1844 - 624 pages
...than Mr. Pecksniff : especially in his conversation and correspondence. It was once said vf him by a homely admirer, that he had a Fortunatus's purse...diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the very brightest paste, and shone prodigiously. He was a most exemplary man : fuller of virtuous precept than...
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Works, Volume 6

Charles Dickens - 1844
...man than Mr. Pecksniff: especially in his conversation and correspondence. It was once said of him by a homely admirer, that he had a Fortunatus's purse...the girl in the fairy tale, except that if they were hot actual diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the very brightest paste , and shone prodigiously....
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The North British review, Volume 3

1845
...man than Mr. Pecksniff; especially in his conversation and correspondence. It was once said of him by a homely admirer, that he had a Fortunatus's purse...diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the very brightest paste, and shone prodigiously. He was a most exemplary man : fuller of virtuous precepts...
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The Novels and Tales of Charles Dickens, (Boz.).

Charles Dickens - 1846
...man than Mr. Pecksniff; especially in his conversation and correspondence. It was once said of him by a homely admirer, that he had a Fortunatus's purse...the girl in the fairy tale, except that if they were nęt actual diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the very brightest paste, and shone prodigiously....
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The Lancashire beacon. Ed., C. Southwell

...conversation and correspondence. It was once said of him by a homely admirer that he had a Fortnnatus's purse of good sentiments in his inside. In this particular,...actual diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the brightest paste, and shone prodigiously. He was a most exemplary man, fuller of virtuous precepts than...
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The Novels and Tales of Charles Dickens, (Boz.).

Charles Dickens - 1849
...man than Mr. Pecksniff; especially in his conversation and correspondence. It was once said of him by a homely admirer, that he had a Fortunatus's purse...good sentiments in his inside. In this particular Tie was like the girl in the fairy tale, except that if they were not actual diamonds which fell from...
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A class-book of English prose, with biogr. notices, explanatory notes and ...

Robert Demaus - 1859
...man than Mr Pecksniff, especially in his conversation and correspondence. It was once said of him by a homely admirer, that he had a Fortunatus's purse...diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the very brightest paste, and shone prodigiously. He was a most exemplary man ; CHARACTER AND APPEARANCE OF...
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The Prose and Prose Writers of Britain from Chaucer to Ruskin: With ...

Robert Demaus - English literature - 1860 - 552 pages
...man than Mr Pecksniff, especially in his conversation and correspondence. It was once said of him by a homely admirer, that he had a Fortunatus's purse...diamonds which fell from his lips, they were the very brightest p:u,te, and shone prodigiously. He %\as a most exemplary man : CHARACTER AND APPEARANCE OF...
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