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I doubt [ H ] seeing this place . JOHNSON . ' But , Sir , there is half a guinea's worth of inferiority to other people in not having seen it . ' Boswell . ' I doubt , Sir , whether there are many happy people here . ' JOHNSON .
... Italy with Mr. and Mrs. Thrale should take place , * very rationally sure . of which he had entertained some doubt , on account of [ H & 1 ] the loss which they had suffered ; and his doubts afterwards appeared to be well founded .
To Mr. Ranby's ' Doubts , ' I will apply Lord Chancellor Hardwicke's expression in praise of a Scotch Law Book , called ' Dirleton's Doubts ; ' ' His Doubts , ( said his Lordship , ) are better than most people's Certainties .
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