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" I did not suffer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in this posture ; but I immediately forgave him. "
The history of Henry Fielding - Page 44
by Wilbur Lucius Cross - 1918
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The four Georges: The English humorists of the eighteenth century

William Makepeace Thackeray - English wit and humor - 1869 - 362 pages
...in his hearty, manly way, his eyes lighting up as it were with their old fire — " I did not suffer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in that posture, but immediately forgave liim." Indeed, I think, with his noble spirit and unconquerable...
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, Volume 10

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1872
...in his hearty, manly way, his eyes lighting up as it were with their old fire — " I did not suffer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in that posture, but immediately forgave him." Indeed, I think, with his noble spirit and unconquerable...
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Miscellanies...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1873 - 592 pages
...in his hearty, manly way, his eyes lighting up as it were with their old fire — "I did not suifer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in that posture, but immediately forgave him." Indced, I think, these murders and robberies, which were...
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Somersetshire Worthies

Edward Talbot D. Foxcroft - Somerset (England) - 1876 - 80 pages
...suffering from the discomfort of the vessel, could not resist the appeal. " I did not " suffer," he said, " a brave man, and an old man, to " remain a moment in this posture, but I immediately " forgave him." A monument was raised to Fielding by the English at Lisbon, which was replaced by a more suitable one...
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The works of Henry Fielding, ed. with a biogr. essay by L. Stephen

Henry Fielding, sir Leslie Stephen (. ed.) - 1882
...perfectly subsided, he tumbled on his knees, and a little too abjectly implored for mercy. I did not suffer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in this posture ; but I immediately forgave him. And here, that I may not be thought the sly trumpeter of my own praises, I do utterly disclaim all...
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The Works of Henry Fielding, Esq: Henry Fielding, by Leslie Stephen. The ...

Henry Fielding - 1882
...quicksand." He falls on his knees and " a little too abjectly implored for mercy." " I did not suffer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in this posture, but I immediately forgave him," says Fielding and adds characteristically that this forgiveness was not due to greatness of mind or...
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Roundabout Papers: To which is Added The Second Funeral of Napoleon ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - England - 1882 - 819 pages
...in his hearty, manly way, his eyes lighting up as it were with their old fire — " I did not suffer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in that posture, but immediately, forgave him." Indeed, I think, with his noble spirit and unconquerable...
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Roundabout Papers: (from the Cornhill Magazine) To which is Added The Second ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1883 - 642 pages
...remained with my clerk." g d S21 eyes lighting up as it were with their old fire—" I did not suffer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in that pos ture, but immediately forgave him." Indeed, I think, with his noble spirit and unconquerable...
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Lectures on the English humourists of the eighteenth century: Mit ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - English wit and humor - 1885
...in his hearty, manly way, his eyes lighting up as it were with their old fire — "I did not suffer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in that posture, but immediately forgave him." Indeed, I think, with his noble spirit and unconquerable...
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The works of William Makepeace Thackeray, Volume 23

William Makepeace Thackeray - English literature - 1885
...in his hearty, manly way, his eyes lighting up as it were with their old fire — " I did not suffer a brave man and an old man to remain a moment in that posture, but immediately forgave him." Indeed, I think, wi^h his noble spirit and unconquerable...
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