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" Saunders succeeded in the room of Pemberton. His character and his beginning were equally strange. He was at first no better than a poor beggar boy, if not a parish foundling, without known parents or relations. He had found a way to live by obsequiousness... "
The Monthly Magazine, Or, British Register - Page 366
1798
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

John Hawkins - Authors, English - 1787 - 605 pages
...October, 1728, and determined in ' He was firft no better than a poor beggar boy, if not a parifh ' foundling, without k'nown parents or relations. He had found * a way to live by oblcquioufnefs, (in Clemsnt't-Inn, at I re' member,) and courting the attornies clerks for fcraps....
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The life of Dr. Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...commenced on the 3 1 ft day of October, 1728, and determined in Decem' a way to live by obfequioufnefs, (in Clement's- Inn, as I remember,) ' and courting the attornies clerks for fcraps. The extraordinary ' obfervance and diligence of the boy, made the fociety willing to ' do him...
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 5, Volume 5

Art - 1708 - 552 pages
...and his beginning, were equally ftrange. He was at firft no better than a beggar boy, if not a parifh foundling, without known parents or relations. He...(in Clement's Inn, as I remember) and courting the attormes clerks for fcraps. _ The extraordinary obfervance and diligence of the boy made the fociety...
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The American Law Journal and Miscellaneous Repertory, Volume 3

John Elihu Hall - Law - 1810
...beginning, were equally strange. He was at first no better than a poor beggar boy, if not a parish foundling, without known parents or relations. He had found a way to live by obsequiousness, (in • Clemen? s- Inn, as I remember,) and courting the attorneys' clerks for scraps....
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The Life of William, Lord Russell: With Some Account of the Times ..., Volume 1

Earl John Russell Russell - Great Britain - 1819 - 329 pages
...beginning, were equally strange. He was at first no better than a poor beggar boy, if not a parish foundling, without known parents, or relations. He had found a way to live by obsequiousness, (in Clement's Inn, as I remember,) and courting the attornies* clerk for scraps. The...
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The Literary chronicle and weekly review, Volume 2, Issues 33-83

1820
...and his beginning were equally strange. He was at fir>i no better than a beggar bovy if not anarish foundling, 'without known parents or relations. He had found a way to Ijvc by obsequiousness, (in Clement's Inn, as 1 remember,) and courting the attorney's clerks for scraps....
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The Retrospective Review.., Volume 2

Henry Southern - 1820
...beginning, were equally strange. He was at first no better than a poor beggar boy, if not a parish foundling, without known parents or relations. He had found a way to live by obsequiousness (in Clement's-Inn, as I remember) and courting the attornies' clerks for scraps. The...
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The Retrospective Review, Volume 2

Books - 1820
...beginning, were equally strange. He was at first no better than a poor beggar boy, if not a parish foundling, without known parents or relations. He had found a way to live by obsequiousness (in Clcment's-Inn, as I remember) and courting the attomies' clerks for scraps. The...
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Westminster Hall: Or, Professional Relics and Anecdotes of the Bar ..., Volume 1

Law - 1825
...his beginning were equally strange. He was at first no better than a poor beggar-boy, if not a parish foundling, without known parents or relations. He had found a way to live by obsequiousness, (in Clement's Inn, as I remember,) and courting the attornies' clerks for scraps. The...
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The Retrospective Review, Volume 2

Books - 1820
...beginning, were equally strange. He was at first no better than a poor beggar boy, if not ft parish foundling, without known parents or relations. He had found a way to live by obsequiousness (in Clement's-Inn, as I remember) and courting the attornies' clerks for scraps. The...
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