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" I never experienced any where else. But, as Xerxes wept when he viewed his immense army, and considered that not one of that great multitude would be alive a hundred years afterwards, so it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in all that... "
The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Comprehending an Account of His Studies ... - Page 38
by James Boswell - 1821
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George Selwyn and His Contemporaries: With Memoirs and Notes, Volume 4

John Heneage Jesse - Politicians - 1844
...that not one of that great multitude would be alive a hundred years afterwards, so it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in all that brilliant...individual there would be distressing when alone." The last entertainment given at Ranelagh was at the installation of the Knights of the Bath in 1802.]...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Including a Journal of His Tour ..., Volume 7

James Boswell - Authors, English - 1848
...that not one of that great multitude would be alive a hundred years afterwards, so it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in all that brilliant...reflection was experimentally just. The feeling of languor ('), which succeeds the animation of gaiety, is itself a very severe pain ; and when the mind...
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Works, Volume 7

Washington Irving - 1849
...not one of that great multitude •would be alive a hundred years afterwards, so it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in all that brilliant...circle that was not afraid to go home and think." ANONYMOUS VERSES. 355 laughter by quoting his own line about " the loud laugh that speaks the vacant...
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Doctor Johnson: His Religious Life and His Death

Robert Armitage - Authors, English - 1850 - 539 pages
...that not one of that great multitude would be alive a hundred years afterwards, so it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in all that brilliant...individual there would be distressing when alone." Alas ! how many would die without thinking—and the more thought, the more fear of death. " You know,"...
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Doctor Johnson: His Religious Life and His Death

Robert Armitage - Authors, English - 1850 - 539 pages
...that not one of that great multitude would be alive a hundred years afterward, so it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in all that brilliant...individual there would be distressing when alone." Alas ! how many would die without thinking — and the more thought, the more fear of death. " Yon...
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The Works of Washington Irving: Oliver Goldsmith

Washington Irving - American literature - 1851
...that not one of that great multitude would be alive a hundred years afterwards, so it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in all that brilliant...circle that was not afraid to go home and think." MASQUERADING. 301 their incognito, as a capital subject to be played upon. Some, pretending not to...
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Works, Volume 11

Washington Irving - 1851
...alive a hundred years afterwards, so it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in al) that brilliant circle that was not afraid to go home and think." MASQUERADING. 301 their incognito, as a capital subject to be played upon. Some, pretending not to...
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The Illustrated Magazine, Volumes 23-24

Literature - 1867
...that not one of that great multitude would be alive a hundred years afterwards, to it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in all that brilliant circle that was cot afraid to go home and think, but that the thought* of each individual there would be distressing...
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A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature

Oliver Goldsmith - Animals - 1854 - 998 pages
...not one of that great multitude would' be alive a hundred years afterwards, so it went to my heart to consider that there was not one in all that brilliant...circle that was not afraid to go home and think." The scurrilous satire of Kenrick, however unmerited, may have checked Goldsmith's taste for masquerades....
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Gleanings from Pious Authors: Comprising the Wheatsheaf, Fruits and Flowers ...

Devotional literature, English - 1855 - 466 pages
...that not one of that great multitude would be alive a hundred years afterwards, so it went to my heart to consider, that there was not one in all that brilliant...individual there would be distressing when alone." Oh, the dark days of vanity! while here How tasteless, and how terrible when gone! Not happiness herself...
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