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“Blue-books and Lady Dumbello were all the same to her.”
“I read Blue-books, criticisms, sober, solid reviews, Royal Academicians 'confessions and defence.”
“But then everybody does not understand Blue-books.”
“Blue-books in their dry recital arouse in the reader painful and indignant emotions.”
“The Blue-books preserve a disingenuous discretion.”
“It contains a vast number of quotations from Blue-books, political economists, and statisticians; and a certain show of learning, of thoroughness, and of conscientiousness gives it at first sight the appearance of being a reliable and honest production.”
“In bed, he was still busy reading and marking Blue-books which bore upon the case of the unorganized workers.”
“However busy, he would find time to correct the proofs of articles brought to him, to dissect Blue-books and suggest new points; each quarter he read the review which was issued of the League's work.”
“Confined to bed as he was, work still went on; he received and answered letters, read and annotated Blue-books.”
“Blue-books are not ordinarily light reading; but the Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the alleged corrupt practices at Bridgewater is not only a model of terse and vigorous composition, but to persons with a sense of humour, inclined to view human irregularities and inconsistencies in a sportive rather than an indignant light, it is a sustained and diverting comedy.”
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