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Afterwards , however , when we were in the chaise , he said , with more
tenderness , “ Since I set out on this jaunt , I have lost an old friend and a young
one ; - Dr . James , and poor Harry , " ( meaning Mr . Thrale ' s son . ) Having lain
at St ...
This sudden turn relieved me for the moment ; but I afterwards perceived it to be
an ingenious fallacyb . I might , to be sure , be satisfied that they had no reason to
be apprehensive about me , because I knew that I myself was well : but we ...
take place , of which he had entertained some doubt , on account of the loss
which they had suffered ; and his doubts afterwards appeared to be well founded
. He observed , indeed very justly , that “ their loss was an additional reason for
We should knock him down first , and pity him afterwards . No , sir ; every man will
dispute with great good humour upon a subject in which he is not interested . I
will dispute very calmly upon the probability of another man ' s son bility that my ...
An arrest of judgement having been moved for , the case was afterwards
solemnly argued . My friend Mr . Const , whom I delight in having an opportunity
to praise , not only for his abilities but his manners ; a gentleman whose ancient
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