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" He had a strong common sense, like that which Rose Flammock, the weaver's daughter, in Scott's romance, commends in her father, as resembling a yardstick, which, whilst it measures dowlas and diaper, can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. "
Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society - Página 23
1905
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volumen10

1862
...of his writing. If shut up in the house, he did not write at all. He had a strong common sense, like that which Rose Flammock, the weaver's daughter, in...can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. When I was planting forest-trees, and had procured half a peck of acorns,...
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Complete Works, Volumen10

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...of his writing. If shut up in the house he did not write at all. He had a strong common-sense, like that which Rose Flammock the weaver's daughter in...can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. When I was planting forest trees, and had procured half a peck of acorns,...
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Lectures and Biographical Sketches

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883 - 463 páginas
...of his writing. If shut up in the house he did not write at all. He had a strong common-sense, like that which Rose Flammock, the weaver's daughter in...can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. When I was planting forest trees, and had procured half a peck of acorns,...
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Excursions

Henry David Thoreau - 1883 - 319 páginas
...of his writing. If shut up in the house, he did not write at all. He had a strong common sense, like that which Rose Flammock, the weaver's daughter, in...equally well measure tapestry and. cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. When I was planting forest-trees, and had procured half a peck of acorns,...
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Emerson's Complete Works: Lectures and biographical sketches

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...If shut up in the house he did not write at all. He had a strong common-sense, like that which Iiose Flammock the weaver's daughter in Scott's romance...can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. When I was planting forest trees, and had procured half a peck of acorns,...
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Works, Volumen10

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...up in the house he did not write at all. He had a strong common-sense, like that which Rose Mammock the weaver's daughter in Scott's romance commends...can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. When I was planting forest trees, and had procured half a peck of acorns,...
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Complete Works, Volumen10

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883
...in the house he did not write at all. He had a strong common-sense, like that which Rose Flarnmock the weaver's daughter in Scott's romance commends...can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. When I was planting forest trees, and had procured half a peck of acorns,...
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Excursions

Henry David Thoreau - 1883 - 319 páginas
...in the house, he did not write at all. He had a strong common sense, like that which Rose Flommock, the weaver's daughter, in Scott's romance, commends...can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. AVhen I was planting forest-trees, and had procured half a pvck of acorns,...
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Lectures and Biographical Sketches

Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1883 - 463 páginas
...strong common-sense, like that which Rose Mammock, the weaver's daughter in Scott's romance, commands in her father, as resembling a yardstick, which, whilst...can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. When I was planting forest trees, and had procured half a peck of acorns,...
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The Succession of Forest Trees: And Wild Apples

Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1887 - 103 páginas
...of his writing. If shut up in the house, he did not write at all. He had a strong common sense, like that which Rose Flammock, the weaver's daughter, in...can equally well measure tapestry and cloth of gold. He had always a new resource. When I was planting forest-trees, and had procured half a peck of acorns,...
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