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" I love him, too, with a love of partiality, because he was usher of the fifth form at -Westminster, when I passed through it He was so good-natured, and so indolent, that I lost more than I got by him ; for he made me as idle as himself. He was such a... "
The general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers - Pagina 241
door New and general biographical dictionary - 1812
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The Universal magazine

...when I passed through it. He was so goodnatured, and so indolent, that I lost more than 1 got by him ; for he made me as idle as himself. He was such a sloven,...every thing that could disgust you in his person; and fndeed, in his writings he has almost made amends for all. His humour is original — he can speak...
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The Annual review and history of literature, A. Aiken ed

Arthur Aikin - 1805
...good-natured, and so indolent, that I lost more than I got bv him ; for he made me as idle as himself. Йе was such a sloven, as if he had trusted to his genius as a cloak for everv thing that could dijguat you iu his person ; and induct! m his writings, he. has alumni made...
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The Annual Review and History of Literature, Volume 3

1805
...so indolent, that I lost moru tli.m I got by him ; for he made me as idle as himself, He was »urh a sloven, as if he had trusted to his genius as a clnak for every thing th.it could cisenst you in his person ; and indeed in his writings, he has almo=l...
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The Poetical Works of Vincent Bourne

Vincent Bourne - 2012 - 338 pagina’s
...I passed through it. He was so good natured, and so indolent, that I lost more than I got by him ; for he made me as idle as himself. He was such a sloven,...person ; and indeed in his writings, he has almost made amend^ for all. His humour is entirely original — he can speak of a magpie or a cat, in terms so...
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The Poetical Works of Vincent Bourne, M.A.: Consisting of ..., Volumes 1-2

Vincent Bourne - 1808
...passed through it. He was so " good natured, and so indolent, that I lost more " than I got by him ; for he made me as idle as " himself. He was such a...thing " that could disgust you in his person ; and in" deed in his writings, he has almost made amends " for all. His humour is entirely original —...
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The life and letters of William Cowper

William Cowper - 1809
...when I passed through it. He wasso good natured, and so indolent, that I lost more than I got by him ; for he made me as idle as himself. He was such a sloven, a& if he had trusted to his genius as a cloak for every thing that could disgust you in his person...
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The General Biographical Dictionary, Volume 6

Alexander Chalmers - 1812
...I passed through it. He was so good-natured, and so indolent, that I lost more than I got by him ; for he made me as idle as himself. He was such a sloven, as if he bad trusted to his genius as a cloak for every thing that could disgust you in his person ; and indeed...
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 10

1808
...•«•ornan. The cause of this distinction lies in the influence which the wife is supposed to have over lier indeed, in his writings he has almost made amends for all. His humour is original — lie can speak of л magpie or a cat in terms so exquisitely appropriated to the character...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volume 6

Alexander Chalmers - 1812
...I passed through it. He was so good-natured, and so indolent, that I lost more than I got by him ; for he made me as idle as himself. He was such a sloven, as if he bad trusted to his genius as a cloak for every thing that could disgust you in his person ; and indeed...
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The Christian Spectator, Volume 2

1820
...inm-ili. He w»« such a sloven, as if he bad trusted to his genius as a cloak for every 'Aing thai could disgust you in his person : and indeed in his writings, he has almost amends for all. His humour is entirely original — be can speak of a magpie or a cat, in terms so...
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