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" ... long, but walked down to the Thames, took a boat, and rowed to Billingsgate. Beauclerk and Johnson were so well pleased with their amusement, that they resolved to persevere in dissipation for the rest of the day: but Langton deserted them, being... "
Willis's Current Notes: A Series of Articles on Antiquities, Biography ... - Page 65
by George Willis - 1856
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A Century of Anecdote from 1760-1860, Volume 2

John Timbs - Anecdotes - 1864
...of the day ; but Langton deserted them, being engaged to breakfast with some young ladies. Johnson scolded him for leaving his social friends, to go and sit with a set of wretched " oneidead girls." Garrick, being told of this ramble, said to him smartly, " I heard of your frolic...
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A century of anecdote from 1760 to 1860, Volume 1

John Timbs - Anecdotes - 1864
...Johnson scolded him for leaving his social friends, to go and sit with a set of wretched " oneidead girls." Garrick, being told of this ramble, said to him smartly, " I heard of your frolic t'other night. You'll be in the ' Chronicle.' " Upon which Johnson afterwards observed, " He...
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Irving's Works: Oliver Goldsmith

Washington Irving - 1864
...engagement to breakfast with some young ladies ; whereupon the great moralist reproached him with " leaving his social friends to go and sit with a set of wretched un-idea'd girls." This madcap freak of the great lexicographer made a sensation, as may well be supposed, among his intimates....
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London: Its Celebrated Characters and Remarkable Places, Volume 3

John Heneage Jesse - London (England) - 1871
...rest of the day; but Langton deserted them, being engaged to breakfast with some young ladies. Johnson scolded him for ' leaving his social friends, to go...this ramble, said to him smartly—' I heard of your frolic t'other night You'll be in the Chronicle.' Upon which Johnson afterwards observed—' He durst...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

James Boswell, William Wallace - 1873 - 560 pages
...of tho day ; but Langten deserted them, being engaged to breakfast with some young ladies. Johnson scolded him for 'leaving his social friends, to go and sit with a set of wretehed un-idca'd girls.' Garrick being told of this ramble, said to him smartly, ' I heard of your...
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The life of Samuel Johnson ... together with A journal of a tour to the ...

James Boswell - 1874
...rest of the day: but Langton deserted them, being engaged to breakfast with some young ladies. Johnson scolded him for "leaving his social friends, to go...night. You'll be in the Chronicle." Upon which Johnson afterwards observedv "He durst not do such a thing. His wife would not let him !" He entered upon the...
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LIFE AND CONSERVATIONS OF DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON (FOUNDED CHIEFLY UPON BOSWELL).

ALEXANDER MAIN - 1874
...rest of the day: but Langton deserted them, being engaged to breakfast with some young ladies. Johnson scolded him for ' leaving his social friends, to go and sit with a set of wretched un-ic/ca'd girls.' Garrick being told of this ramble, said to him smartly, ' I heard of your frolic...
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Life and Conversations of Dr. Samuel Johnson: (founded Chiefly Upon Boswell).

Alexander Main - Authors, English - 1874 - 441 pages
...rest of the day: but Langton deserted them, being engaged to breakfast with some young ladies. Johnson scolded him for ' leaving his social friends, to go and sit with a set of wretched un-idedd girls.' Garrick being told of this ramble, said to him smartly, ' I heard of your frolic t'other...
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - England - 1874
...be remembered, deserted the other two, "being engaged to breakfast with some young ladies." Johnson scolded him for " leaving his social friends to go and sit with a eel of wretched unidea'd girls." He was an admirable reader aloud, bat though his readings surpassed,...
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Leipsic Edition of the Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay

George Otto Trevelyan - 1876
...present coolness between them • Boswell relates in his tenth chapter how Johnson scolded Langton for leaving "his social friends, to go and sit with a set of wretched unidea'd girls." t The personage was Lord Brougham, who at this time was too formidable for the poor girl to venture...
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