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" that he did not know how it was, but that he loved it of all things ; that he was very uneasy in the business he was in, and should be the happiest creature in the world, if he could live with him, who had always so many books about him. "
The Wonders of the Little World; Or, A General History of Man:: Displaying ... - Página 158
de Nathaniel Wanley, William Johnston - 1806
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A Parallel; in the Manner of Plutarch: Between a Most Celebrated Man of ...

Joseph Spence - 1758 - 104 páginas
...meaned " by ftaring fo much on printed « paper ?" He faid, " That he tl did not know how it was, " but that he loved it of all " things ; that he was very un" eafy in the bufinefs he was in, " and fhould be the happieft " creature in the world, if he " could...
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Fugitive pieces, on various subjects, Volumen 2

Robert Dodsley - 1761
...What he meaned " by flaring fo much oh printed Paper ?" He faid, " That he did not know how it was, but that he " loved it of all Things ; that he was very uneaff " in the Bufmefs he was in, and Ihould be the " hapnieft Creature in the World, if he could...
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A vindication of natural society, by Edm. Burke. The history and antiquities ...

Robert Dodsley, Joseph Spence, Jean Denis Attiret, William Hay, Nathaniel Lancaster, Charles Whitworth Baron Whitworth, Paul Hentzner - 1761
...What he mcaned " by flaring fo much on printed Paper ?" He faid, " That he did not know how it was, but that he " loved it of all Things ; that he was very uneafjr " in the Bufinefs he was in, and fhould be the ** happieft Creature in the World, if he could...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - 1807
...day, ' What he meant by flaring fo much on printed'paper?' He faid, ' That he did not know how it was, but that he loved it of all things ; that he was very uneafy in the bufinefs he was in, and mould be the happieft creature in the world, if he could live...
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The Emerald, Volúmenes 1-2

1806
...day what he meant by staring so much on printed paper ? He replied that he did not know how it c.-me, but that he loved it of all things; that he was very...astonished, yet pleased with the answer, and at last told liitn that he should take him into his shop if his master would part with him. Young Magliabechi thanked...
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The Director: A Weekly Literary Journal: Containing I. Essays, on ..., Volumen 2

Thomas Frognall Dibdin, Frognall - 1807
...day, "What he meant by staring so much on printed paper?" He said, "that he did not know how it was, but that he loved it of all things — that he was...the business he was in, and should be the happiest creature in the world, if he could live with him, who had always so many books about him. '" See the...
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The Eccentric Mirror:: Reflecting a Faithful and Interesting Delineation of ...

G. H. Wilson - 1807
..." What he meant by staring so much on printed papers?" He said, " That he did not know how it was, but that he loved it of all things; that he was very uneasy in the business he was in, dnd should be the happiest creature in the world, if he could live with him, who had always so many...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical ..., Volumen 21

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...staring so much on printed paper?" He said, " that he did not know how it was, but that he loved it ; that he was very uneasy in the business he was in, and should be the happiest creature in the worid, if be could live with him, who had always so many books about him." The bookseller,...
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The General biographical dictionary, Volumen 21

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...staring so much on printed paper ?" He said, " that he did not know how it was, but that he loved it ; that he was very uneasy in the business he was in, and should be the happiest creature 1 Niceron, vol. XXVI.— Button's Dict.— Martin's Bfog. Philos.— Gen. Dict. in the world,...
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The general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers

New and general biographical dictionary - 1815
...staring so much on printed paper ?" He said, " that he did not know howit was, but that he loved it; that he was very uneasy in the business he was in, and should be the happiest creature in the world, if he could live with him, who had always so jnany books about him." The bookseller,...
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