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" This was the coup de grace to all decorum ; every Frenchman abandoned himself to his laughter, till the room fairly shook with their shouts ; and even the astonished commandant himself could not help joining them. " ' Allow me, Sir,' said a gentleman,... "
The Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c - Σελίδα 50
1826
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