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" I went to one of the windows which opened to the area below, where all the several voices lost their distinction, and rose up in a confused humming; which created in me a reflection that could not come into the mind of any but of one a little too studious;... "
Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge - Page 124
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Selections from the Tatler, Spectator and Guardian

Sir Richard Steele - 1885 - 504 pages
...in me a reflection that could not come into the mind of any but of one a little too studious ; for I said to myself with a kind of pun in thought, '...the hurry of this world to those who are above it ? ' In these, or not much wiser thoughts, I had like to have lost my place at the chop - house, where...
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Eighteenth Century Essays

Austin Dobson - English essays - 1888 - 252 pages
...reflection that could not come into the mind of any but of one a little too studious ; for I said t'> myself, with a kind of pun in thought, " What nonsense...the hurry of this world to those who are above it?" In these, or not much wiser thoughts, I had like to have lost my place at the chop-house, where every...
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Selections from the Tatler, Spectator and Guardian

Sir Richard Steele - English essays - 1896 - 504 pages
...in me a reflection that could not come into the mind of any but of one a little too studious ; for I said to myself with a kind of pun in thought, '...the hurry of this world to those who are above it ? ' In these, or not much wiser thoughts, I had like to have lost my place at the chop - house, where...
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Selections from the Works of Sir Richard Steele

Sir Richard Steele - Readers - 1897 - 203 pages
...not come into the mind of any but of one a little too studious ; for I said to myself with a kind 30 of pun in thought, " What nonsense is all the hurry of this world to those who are above it? " In these, or not much wiser thoughts, I had like to have lost my place at the chop-house, where every...
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The SPECTATOR No.395, Tuesday, June 3, 1712 to No.473, Tuesday, Sept 2, 1712 ...

AUSTIN DOBSON - 1898
...into the Mind of any but of one a little too studious \ for I said to my self, with a kind of Punn in Thought, What Nonsense is all the Hurry of this World to those who are above it ? In these, or not much wiser Thoughts, I had like to have lost lost my Place at the ChojvHouse; where...
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The Spectator, Volume 6

George Gregory Smith - 1898
...into the Mind of any but of one a little too studious ; for I said to my self, with a kind of Punn in Thought, What Nonsense is all the Hurry of this World to those who are above it ? In these, or not much wiser Thoughts, I had like to have lost lost my Place at the Chop/House ; where...
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Nelson's literature readers, selected and annotated by R. Garnett

Richard Garnett - 1902
...in me a reflection that could not come into the mind of any but of one a little too studious : for I said to myself, with a kind of pun in thought, "...the hurry of this world to those who are above it ! " In these, or not much wiser thoughts, I had like to have lost my place at the chop-house, where...
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Essays of Richard Steele

Sir Richard Steele - English essays - 1902 - 358 pages
...in me a reflection that could not come into the mind of any but of one a little too studious ; for I said to myself with a kind of pun in thought, '...the hurry of this world to those who are above it?' In these, or not much wiser thoughts, I had like to have lost my place at the chop-house, where every...
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Essays

Sir Richard Steele - English essays - 1907 - 358 pages
...in me a reflection that could not come into the mind of any but of one a little too studious ; for I said to myself with a kind of pun in thought, 'What...the hurry of this world to those who are above it ? ' In these, or not much wiser thoughts, I had like to have lost my place at the chop-house, where...
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English Essays: Materials & Models for Composition from the Great Essayists

John Henry Fowler - 1908 - 106 pages
...in me a reflexion that could not come into the mind of any but of one a little too 20 studious ; for I said to myself with a kind of pun in thought, '...the hurry of this world to those who are above it ? ' In these, or not much wiser thoughts, I had like to have lost my place at the chop-house, where...
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