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" The infolence of office, and the fpurns, " Which patient merit of th' unworthy takes. " Bad as the world is, I believe this happens lefs frequently than the unhappy fuppofe ; and... "
A gossip's story, and a legendary tale, by the author of Advantages of education - Page 13
by Jane West - 1796
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A Gossip's Story: And a Legendary Tale

Mrs. West (Jane) - 1797
...fortitude, than the fuppoCtion of our being infulted by " The promi man's contumely, " The inference of office, and the fpurns, " Which patient merit of...happens lefs frequently than the unhappy fuppofe; and doubtlefs it is their duty to avoid indulging thefe painful fenfibilities ; but they are fo congenial...
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