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" ... two such men, after having known each ' other so intimately, and mutually looked to each other for fellowship in amusement and relief in adversity during so long a period, should afterward come to view each other with eyes of estrangement, indifference... "
Life of Geoffrey Chaucer: The Early English Poet: Including Memoirs of His ... - Page 33
by William Godwin - 1804 - 516 pages
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Life of Geoffrey Chaucer: The Early English Poet: Including ..., Volume 2

William Godwin - England - 1804 - 516 pages
...known each ' other so intimately, and mutually looked to each other for fellowship in amusement and relief in adversity during so long a period, should...nothing, as if faculties were nothing, as if virtue was VOL. II. » CHAP, nothing : as if all that was sweetest, and all XVII. , ° . , . , ithat was highest...
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The Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine, Volume 18

English literature - 1804
...with a lort of defpondence, with a feeling (not merely hoilile to the empty and frivolous delufions of ambition; but) as if refinement was nothing, as if faculties were nothing, as if virtue was nothing, as if all that was fweetell, and all that was higheft in human nature, was an idle ihow, was...
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The Antijacobin Review: And Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly ..., Volume 18

Literary Criticism - 1804
...defpondence, with a leeling (not mere!) holtue to the empty and frivolous dt-Iuiions of ambition ; but) as it refinement was nothing, as if faculties were nothing, as if virtue was nothing, as if ail that was Iweeteiî, and all that was higheit in human nature, wa< an idle Ihow,...
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Etymology and Syntax of the English Language

Alexander Crombie - English language - 1830 - 430 pages
...truths, require the present tense; it should be, " that there is a God." " impresses us with a feeling, as if refinement was nothing, as if faculties were nothing, as if virtue was nothing, as if all that was sweetest, and all that was highest in human nature, was an idle show."...
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The etymology and syntax of the English language explained

Alexander Crombie - 1853
...truths, require the present tense ; it should be, "that there is a God." " impresses us with a feeling, as if refinement was nothing, as if faculties were nothing, as if virtue was nothing, as if all that was sweetest, and all that was highest in human nature was an idle show." —...
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Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of ...

Cheshire (England) - 1877
...known each other so intimately, and mutually looked to each other for fellowship in amusement, and relief in adversity during so long a period, should...eyes of estrangement, indifference, and distaste." Gower had the misfortune, along with other infirmities of old age, to lose his sight in the first year...
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