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" His head was remarkably small*, — so much so as to be rather out of proportion with his face. The forehead, though a little too narrow, was high, and appeared more so from his having his hair (to preserve it, as he said) shaved over the temples; while... "
The Polar star, being a continuation of 'The Extractor', of entertainment ... - Page 273
1831
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 2

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Poets, English - 1831 - 823 pages
...forehead, though a little too narrow, was high, and appeared more so from his having his liair (to preserve it, as he said) shaved over' the temples...complexion colourless, as good an idea perhaps as it is in the power of mere words to convey may be conceived of his features. In height he was, as he himself...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 44

English literature - 1831
...The forehead, though a little too narrow, was high, and appeared more to from his having his hair (to preserve it, as he said) shaved over the temples (!)...complexion colourless, as good an idea perhaps as it is in the power of mere words to convey may be conceived of his features." t The following passage...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 44

English literature - 1831
...The forehead, though a little too narrow, was high, and appeared more so from his having his hair (to preserve it, as he said) shaved over the temples (!)...complexion colourless, as good an idea perhaps as it is in the power of mere words to convey may be conceived of his features.' t ' Before we proceeded...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 44

English literature - 1831
...narrow, was high, and appeared more so from his having his hair (to preserve it, as he said) sliaved over the temples (!) ; while the glossy, dark-brown...complexion colourless, as good an idea perhaps as it is in the power of mere words to convey may be conceived of his features." t The following passage...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 44

1831
...narrow, was high, and appeared more so from his havinghis hair (to preserve it, as he said) shaved aver the temples (!) ; while the glossy, dark-brown curls,...complexion colourless, as good an idea perhaps as it is in ' the power of mere words to convey may be conceived of his features.' t ' The following passage...
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Calcutta Magazine and Monthly Register, Volumes 17-20

1831
...was high, and appeared more so from his having his hair (to perserve it, as he said) shaved over (he temples : while the glossy, dark-brown curls, clustering...complexion colourless, as good an idea perhaps as it is iu the power of mere words to convey may be conceived of his features. In height he was, as he himself...
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Letters and journals of lord Byron: with notices of his life, by T ..., Volume 2

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1831
...The forehead, though a little too narrow, was high, and appeared more so from his having his hair (to preserve it, as he said) shaved over the temples;...that his nose, though handsomely, was rather thickly shajx;d, that his teeth were white and regular, and his complexion colourless, as good an idea perhaps...
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The Ladies' museum. New and improved ser., vol.1-3

1831
...The forehead, though a little too narrow, was high, and appeared more so from his having his hair (to preserve it, as he said,) shaved over the temples...clustering over his head, gave the finish to its beauty. W lu- n lo this is added, that his nose, though handsomely, was rather thickly shaped, that his teeth...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 17

1831
...The forehead, though a little too narrow, wue high, and appeared more so from his having his huir (to preserve it, as he said) shaved over the temples ; while the glossy, darfcbrown curls, clustering over his head, gave the finish to its beauty. When to this is added, that...
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The works of Thomas Moore, Volume 17

Thomas Moore - 1832
...The forehead, though a little too narrow, was high, and appeared more so from his having his hair (to preserve it, as he said) shaved over the temples ;...complexion colourless, as good an idea perhaps as it is in the power of mere words to convey may be conceived of his features. In height he was, as he himself...
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