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" They will remember that temper which years of pain, of sickness, of lameness, of confinement, seemed only to make sweeter and sweeter ; and that frank politeness, which at once relieved all the embarrassment of the youngest and most timid writer or artist,... "
The Works of Charles Lamb - Page 280
by Charles Lamb - 1850
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by R. Aspland].

Robert Aspland - 1841
...welcome. They will remember that temper which years of pain, of sickness, of lameness, of confinement, seemed only to make sweeter and sweeter ; and that frank politeness which at once relieved all VOL. TIM. 4 в the embarrassment of the youngest and most timid writer or artist, who found himself...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 15

1844
...them welcome ; they will remember that temper which years of sickness, of lameness, of confinement, seemed only to make sweeter and sweeter, and that...which at once relieved all the embarrassment of the most timid writer or artist, who found himself for the first time among ambassadors and earls." CHAPTER...
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The world of London, Volume 1

1845
...them welcome ; they will remember that temper which years of sickness, of lameness, of confinement, seemed only to make sweeter and sweeter, and that...which at once relieved all the embarrassment of the most timid writer or artist, who found himself for the first time among ambassadors and earls." CHAPTER...
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The Patrician, Volume 5

John Burke, Bernard Burke - Genealogy - 1848
...wag dispensed ; they will remember that temper, which years of sickness, of lameness, of confinement, seemed only to make sweeter and sweeter; and that...found himself for the first time among ambassadors and earli. They will remember that, in the last lines which he traced, he expressed his joy that he had...
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Literary Sketches and Letters

Charles Lamb - 1848 - 306 pages
...welcome. They will remember that temper which years of pain, of sickness, of lameness, of confinement, seemed only to make sweeter and sweeter ; and that...will remember that constant flow of conversation, BO natural, so animated, so varioua, so rich with observation and anecdote ; that wit which never gave...
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Literary Sketches and Letters

Charles Lamb - 1848 - 306 pages
...welcome. They will remember that temper which years of pain, of sickness, of lameness, of confinement, seemed only to make sweeter and sweeter ; and that...which at once relieved all the embarrassment of the younges t and most timid writer or artist, who found himself for the first time among Ambassadors and...
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Literary Sketches and Letters: Being the Final Memorials of Charles Lamb ...

Charles Lamb - Authors, English - 1849 - 259 pages
...welcome. They will remember that temper which years of pain, of sickness, of lameness, of confinement, seemed only to make sweeter and sweeter ; and that...which never gave a wound ; that exquisite mimicry whieh ennobled, instead of degrading ; that goodness of heart which appeared in every look and accent,...
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The Historic Lands of England, Volume 2

Sir Bernard Burke - England - 1849
...was dispensed ; they will remember that temper, which years of sickness, of lameness, of confinement, seemed only to make sweeter and sweeter ; and that...among ambassadors and earls. They will remember that, in the last lines which he traced, he expressed his joy that he had done nothing unworthy of the friend...
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A campanha de 1783 contra o Vtigulo

Robert Brook Aspland - Mozambique - 1850 - 626 pages
...him welcome to Holland House; the " frank politeness which at once relieved all his embarrassment ;" that " constant flow of conversation, so natural,...and anecdote ;" that " wit which never gave a wound ;" and above all, that " goodness of heart which appeared in every look and accent, and gave additional...
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by R. Aspland].

Robert Aspland - 1850
...him welcome to Holland House ; the " frank politeness which at once relieved all his embarrassment ;" that " constant flow of conversation, so natural,...and anecdote ;" that " wit which never gave a wound ;" and above all, that " goodness of heart which appeared in every look and accent, and gave additional...
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