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" I don't flatter him," said I, "because nothing I could say would flatter him." Mrs. Thrale then told a story of Hannah Moore, which I think exceeds, in its severity, all the severe things I have yet heard of Dr. Johnson's saying. When she was introduced... "
Diary and Letters - Página 81
de Fanny Burney - 1842
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as ..., Volumen 64

...fool to pay my share for wine, though I never tasted any. But Sir John was a most miclubable manl" When she was introduced to him not long ago, she began...highest encomiums. For some time he heard her with that quietness which a Jong use of praise has given him : she then redoubled her strokes, and, as Mr....
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volumen 39

1842
...Scotland, 86. Dr. Johnson and the celebrated Hannah More. — Mrs. Thrale told a story of Hannah More which, I think, exceeds in its severity all the severe...highest encomiums. For some time he heard her with that quietness which a long use of praise had given him ; she then redoubled her strokes, and, as Mr....
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, Volumen 11

1842
...as the following, however, might probably have sufficed to cure the worst degree of such a habit: " When she was introduced to him, not long ago, she...the highest encomiums. For some time he heard her . . . on with that quietness which a long use of praise has given him : she then redoubled her strokes,...
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Diary and Letters of Madame D'Arblay, Volumen 1

Fanny Burney - 1842
...I, " because nothing I could say would flatter him." Mrs. Thrale then told a story of Hannah More, which I think exceeds, in its severity, all the severe things I have yet heard of Dr. Johnson's saving. When she was introduced to him, not long ago, she began singing his praise in the warmest manner,...
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Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 9

William Tait, Christian Isobel Johnstone - 1842
...to the world, yet they are new from the pen of Miss Burney. Mrs. Thrale told a story of Hannah More, which I think exceeds, in its severity, all the severe things I have jet heard of Dr. Johnson's saying. When she was introduced to him, not long ago, she began singing...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal

1847
...held - i ,< U speare's quill,' Mrs Thralo relates that Hannah More, on being introduced to Dr Johnson, began singing his praise in the warmest manner, and...highest encomiums. For some time he heard her with that quietness which a long use of praise had given him ; she then redoubled her strokes, and, as Mr...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen 10

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1847
...quill." Mrs. Thrale relates that Hannah More, on being introduced to Dr. Johnson, began singing bis praise in the warmest manner, and talking of the pleasure...highest encomiums. For some time he heard her with that quietness which a long use of praise had given him ; she then redouble? her strokes, and, as Mr....
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, Volúmenes 7-8

1847
...still held Shakspeare's quill.' Mrs Thralo relates that Hannah More, on being introduced to Dr Johnson, began singing his praise in the warmest manner, and...pleasure and the instruction she had received from his writing* with the highest encomiums. For some time ho heard her with that quietness which a long use...
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Once Upon a Time, Volumen 2

Charles Knight - 1854
...Waipole could bear flattery better than Dr. Johnson : " Mrs. Thrale then told a story of Hannah More, which, I think, exceeds in its severity all the severe...highest encomiums. For some time he heard her with that quietness which a long use of praise has given him : she then redoubled her strokes, and, as Mr....
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Once Upon a Time, Volumen 1

Charles Knight - 1854
...Waipole could bear flattery better than Dr. Johnson : " Mrs. Thrale then told a story of Hannah More, which, I think, exceeds in its severity all the severe...highest encomiums. For some time he heard her with that quietness which a long use of praise has given him : she then redoubled her strokes, and, as Mr....
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