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" There is a man, whose moral character, deep learning, and superior parts, I acknowledge, admire, and respect ; but whom it is so impossible for me to love, that I am almost in a fever whenever I am in his company. His figure (without being deformed) seems... "
The Letters of the Earl of Chesterfield to His Son - Page 120
by Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - 1901
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The life of Dr. Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...company. His figure (without c being deformed) feems made to difgrace or ridicule ' the common ftructure of the human body. His legs ' and arms are never in the pofition which, according ' to the fituation of his body, they ought to be in, but ' conftantly employed...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

John Hawkins - Authors, English - 1787 - 533 pages
...company. His figure (without ' being deformed) feems made to difgrace or ridicule * the common ftrufture of the human body. His legs * and arms are never in the pofition which, according ' to the fituation of his body, they ought to be in, but c conftantly employed...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

John Hawkins - Authors, English - 1787 - 605 pages
...company. His figure (without ' being deformed) feems made to difgrace or ridicule ' the common ftructure of the human body. His legs ' and arms are never in the pofition which, according ' to the fituation of his body, they ought to be in, but * conftantly employed...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 76

1787
...company. His figure (without being deformed) feems made! to difgrace or ridicule the common llrufture of the human body. His legs and arms are never in the pofition which, according to the fituation of his body, they ought to be in, but conftantly employed...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 76

Books - 1787
...company. His figure (without being deformed) feems made to difgrace or ridicule the common 'Iru&ure of the human body. His legs and arms are never in the pofition which, according to the fmiation of his body, they ought to be in, but constantly employed...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - English literature - 1787
...company. His figure (without ' 'being deformed) feems made to difgrace or ridicule c the common ftru&ure of the human body. His legs ' and arms are never in the pofition which, according ' to the fituation of his body, they ought to be in, but ' conftantly employed...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson.LL.D..: Essay on the life and genius of Dr ...

Samuel Johnson - 1792
...company. His " figure (without being deformed) feems made " to difgrace or ridicule the common {tructure " of the human body. His legs and arms " are never in the pofition which, according " to the fituation of his body, they ought to 4* be in, but conftantly employed...
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Letters written by the ... earl of Chesterfield to his son, publ ..., Volume 3

Philip Dormer Stanhope (4th earl of Chesterfield.) - 1800
...company. His figure (without being deformed) feems made to difgrace or ridicule the common ftructure of the human body. His legs and arms are never in the polition which, according to the fituation of hij body, they ought to be in, but conftantly employed...
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Elements of a Polite Education: Carefully Selected from the Letters of the ...

Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - Books and reading - 1801 - 444 pages
...company. His figure (without being deformed) feems made to difgrace or ridicule the common ftructure of the human body. His legs and arms are never in the pofition, which, according to the fituation of his body, they ought to be in ; but conftantly employed...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson - English literature - 1806
...love, that I am almost in a fever whenever I am " in his company. His figure (without being de" formed) seems made to disgrace or ridicule the " common structure...they ' ought to be in, but constantly employed in com' mitting "acts of hostility upon the graces. He ' throws any where but down his throat whatever...
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