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" YOU formerly observed to me that nothing made a more ridiculous figure in a man's life than the disparity we often find in him sick and well ; thus one of an unfortunate constitution is perpetually exhibiting' a miserable example of the weakness of his... "
The works of Alexander Pope. With a selection of explanatory notes, and the ... - Page 191
by Alexander Pope - 1812
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Four Centuries of English Letters: Selections from the Correspondence of One ...

William Baptiste Scoones - English letters - 1880 - 573 pages
...us, with all their beauty, a little ai Uncial. Ale.xaivle.r Pope to Richard Steele. July 15, 1712. You formerly observed to me that nothing made a more...exhibiting a miserable example of the weakness of bis mind and of his body in their turns. I have had frequent opportunities of late to consider myself...
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Four Centuries of English Letters: Selections from the Correspondence of One ...

William Baptiste Scoones - English letters - 1880 - 573 pages
...to us, with all their beauty, a little artificial. Alexander Pope to Richard Steele. July 15, 1712. You formerly observed to me that nothing made a more...and well: thus one of an unfortunate constitution is perlietually exhibiting a miserable example of the weakness of his mind and of his body in their turns....
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Four Centuries of English Letters

W. Baptiste Scoones - 1880
...to us, with all their beauty, a little artificial. Alexander Pope to Richard Steele. July 15, 1712. You formerly observed to me that nothing made a more...in a man's life than the disparity we often find in bi'm sick and well : thus one of an unfortunate constitution is perpetually exhibiting a miserable...
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A handbook of English dictation

English dictation - 1881
...learning, by committing to the flames the canvas on which his pleasing face and figure had been portrayed. You formerly observed to me, that nothing made a more...than the disparity we often find in him sick and well ; sickness is a sort of early old age ; it teaches us a diffidence in our earthly state, and inspires...
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Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., Volumes 3-4

Robert Carruthers - Authors, American - 1881
...and affecting objects arnoujj mankind. On Sickness and Death. To SIB RICHARD STEELE.-VU^ 15, 1713. You formerly observed to me that nothing made a more...man's life than the disparity we often find in him slek and well ; thus, one of an unfortunate constitution la JK-rpetuully exhibiting a miserable example...
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English Synonymes Explained: In Alphabetical Order ; with Copious ...

George Crabb - English language - 1882 - 856 pages
...inequality in the conditions of men is not attended with a corresponding inequality in their happiness. You formerly observed to me that nothing made a more ridiculous figure in n mau's life than the disparity we often find in him, sick and well. !'•>. i 349 DISPLEASE Inequality...
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English Synonymes Explained in Alphabetical Order with Copious Illustrations ...

George Crabb - English language - 1904 - 856 pages
...inequality in the conditions of men is not attended with i corresponding inequality in their happiVou formerly observed to me that nothing made a more ridiculous figure in a man's Ufa than the disparity we often find in him, skk and reU. Fata 340 DISPLEASE Inequnntii ef behavior,...
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Studies in the History of the English Language II: Unfolding Conversations

Anne Curzan, Kimberly Emmons - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2004 - 500 pages
...prospect for ye future. (George Stepney to Charles Montagu, November 12/22, 1698, Berlin [gslet002]) e. You formerly observed to me, that nothing made a more...exhibiting a miserable Example of the Weakness of his Mind, or of his Body, in their Turns. (Pope, On Sickness, ne Guardian #132, 1714) In each of the utterances...
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