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In the estima . tion of his offences , he reasoned thus : ` Every man knows his own sins , and also what grace he has resisted .
tion and entertainment , I should have been deeply affected . When I now look back to it , I am vexed that a single word should have been forgotten .
In that amusing scrap - book called " Grose's Olio , " there is an imputa- Ed . tion against Dr. Johnson of having obtained an advance of money from the ...
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