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" I tell him that all the difference between us is that he is nineteen, and I am thirty-seven ; and I dare say it will not be very long before I shall succeed in convincing him that he may be a true philosopher, and do a great deal of good, with 6000?. "
The Living Age ... - Page 149
by Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1851
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The North American Review, Volume 73

1851
...convincing him that he may be a true philosopher, and do a great deal of good with ,6000 a year, the thought of which troubles him a great deal more at present than ever the want of a sixpence (for I have known such a want) did me. . . . God help us ! the world wants mending, though...
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Sharpe's London magazine, a journal of entertainment and instruction ...

Anna Maria Hall
...convincing him that he may be a true philosopher, and do a great deal of good with 6.000/. a-year ; the thought of which troubles him a great deal more at present than ever the want of a sixpence (for I have known such a want) did me. . . . God help us ! the world wants mcuding, though...
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The Life and Correspondence of Robert Southey, Volume 3

Robert Southey - 1850
...convincing him that he may be a true philosopher, and do a great deal of good, with 6000?. a year ; the thought of which troubles him a great deal more.... God help us ! the world wants mending, though he did not set about it exactly in the right way. God bless you, Grosvenor ! RS" To Grosvenor C. Bedford,...
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by R. Aspland].

Robert Aspland - 1850
...convincing him that he may be a true philosopher, and do a great deal of good, with 6000& a-year ; the thought of which troubles him a great deal more...me God help us ! the world wants mending, though he did not set about it exactly in the right way." 111.325,326. We have not yet exhausted the catalogue...
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Memoirs of eminent Etonians: with notices of the early history of Eton College

Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy - Eton College - 1850 - 504 pages
...convincing him that he may be a true philosopher, and do a great deal of good, with 60UO/. a-year ; the thought of which troubles him a great deal more...me God help us ! the world wants mending, though he did not set about it exactly in the right way." Most unfortunately for Shelley, a series of domestic...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 36

History - 1850
...convincing him that he may be a true philosopher, and do a great deal of good, with .0,000 a year : the thought of which troubles him a great deal more at present than ever the want of sixpence (for 1 have known such a want) did me. . . . God help us ! the world wants mending, though he did not set...
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The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1850
...and do a great deal of good, with .0,000 a year ; tbe thought of which troubles him a great ileal more at present than ever the want of sixpence (for I have known such a want) td me, . . . God help us ! the. world wants mending, though he did not set about it exactly...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 23

John Holmes Agnew, Henry T. Steele, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1851
...convincing him that he may be a true philosopher, and do a greatdeal of good, with 6000/. a-year : the thought of which troubles him a great deal more...right way." Between 1796, the date of his first return 1851.] SOUTHEY'3 LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE. from Lisbon, and 1803, when he began to reside at Keswick,...
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The Life and Correspondence of Robert Southey

Robert Southey - Poetry - 1851 - 579 pages
...convincing him that he may be a true philosopher, and do a great deal of good with ^6000 a year, the thought of which troubles him a great deal more at present than ever the want of a sixpence (for I have known such a want) did me. * * * God help us ! the world wants mending, though...
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The life and correspondence of Robert Southey

Robert Southey - Poetry - 1855 - 579 pages
...troubles him a great deal more at present than ever the want of a sixpence (for I have known sach а want) did me. * * * God help us ! the world wants mending, though he did not set about it exactly in the right way. God bless you, Grosvcnor! R. 3." To Grotvenor C. Bedford,...
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