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" ... together. If you have abandoned your children and your religion, God forgive your wickedness ; if you have forfeited your fame and your country, may your folly do no further mischief ! If the last act is yet to do, I who have loved you, esteemed you,... "
Autobiography Letters and Literary Remains of Mrs. Piozzi (T - Page 234
by Hester L. S. Thrale Piozzi - 1861 - 506 pages
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Autobiography, letters and literary remains of Mrs. Piozzi (Thrale), Volume 1

Hester Lynch Piozzi - Literary Criticism - 1861 - 531 pages
...mischief. If the last act is yet to do, I who have loved you, esteemed you, reverenced you, and terved you,* I who long thought you the first of womankind,...come down if you permit it." No. 4. "July 4, 1784. " SIR, — I have this morning received from you so rough a letter in reply to one which was both tenderly...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 121

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, William Harrison Ainsworth, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood - 1861
...mischief. If the last act is yet to do, I who have loved you, esteemed you, reverenced you, and served you, I who long thought you the first of womankind,...July 2, 1784. I will come down if you permit it." Mr. Hayward gives this letter as now first printed ; but it must have been seen, at the time, by Dr....
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Fraser's Magazine, Volume 63

1861
...mischief. If the last act is yet to do, I who have loved yon, esteemed you, reverenced you, and teretd you,,'" I who long thought you the first of womankind,...see you. I was, I once was, Madam, most truly yours, July z, 1784. SAX. JOBKSOK. I will come down if you permit it. No, 4. July 4, 1784. SIR,—I-have this...
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The National Review, Volume 12

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1861
...mischief. If the last act is yet to do, I, who have loved you, esteemed you, reverenced you, and served you, — I, who long thought you the first of womankind,...your fate is irrevocable, I may once more see you." Mrs. Thrale (for she was still Mrs. Thrale) replied temperately and sensibly. She would not allow that...
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The St. James's Magazine

Mrs. S. C. Hall - English literature - 1861
...esteemed you, reverenced you, and served you — I who long thought you the first of womankind, intreat that, before your fate is irrevocable, I may once...see you. I was, I once was, Madam, most truly yours, " July 2, 1784. " SAM. Jomfsow. " I will come down, if you permit it." To this communication, which...
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Literature in Letters, Or, Manners, Art, Criticism, Biography, History, and ...

James Philemon Holcombe - English letters - 1866 - 520 pages
...mischief. If the last act is yet to do, I who have loved you, esteemed you, reverenced you and served you, I who long thought you the first of womankind,...once was, madam, most truly yours, SAM JOHNSON. July 2d, 1784. I will come down if you permit it. 11 ', 146 LETTERS OF PLEASANTRY, itn. Piaai to Dr. Johnson—...
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The life of Samuel Johnson ... together with A journal of a tour to the ...

James Boswell - 1874
...who have loved you, esteemed you, reverenced you, and served rou.^ I who long thought you the tirst of womankind, entreat that, before your fate is irrevocable,...once was, Madam, most truly yours, " ' SAM. JOHNSON. "•Julys, 1784. " • I will corr.e down, if you permit it.' "No. 4. " 'July 4, 1/84. " ' SIR, —...
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The Christian Ambassador, Volume 12

Theology - 1874
...no further mischief. If the last act is yet to do, I, who have loved you, reverenced you, and served you, — I, who long thought you the first of womankind,...your fate is irrevocable, I may once more see you." Mrs. Thrale (for she was still Mrs. Thrale) replied temperately and sensibly. She would not allow that...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 34

1876
...mischief. If the last act is yet to do, I who have loved you, esteemed you, reverenced you, and served you, I who long thought you the first of womankind,...see you. I was, I once was, madam, most truly yours, "July 2, 1784. SAM. JOHNSON. " I wfll come down if you permit it." Mrs. Thrale lost no time, but despatched...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 24; Volume 87

1876
...mischief. If the last act is yet to do, I who have loved you, esteemed you, reverenced you, and served you, I who long thought you the first of womankind, entreat that, before your fafe is irrevocable, I may once more see you. I was, I once was, madam, most truly yours, " July 2,...
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