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" I am got into quotations, give me leave to add the saying of an old philosopher, who, after having invited some of his friends to dine with him, was ruffled by his wife that came into the room in a passion, and threw down the table that stood before them;... "
The Spectator. ... - Page 104
1789
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The Spectator, 8. köide

1729
...that 'twas not his Neck. To which, fince I am got into Quotations, give me leave to add the Saying of an old Philofopher, who, after having invited fome...the Room in a Paffion, and threw down the Table that I) 5 ftood flood before them -y E-viry onet fays he, has his Calamity, and he is a haffy Man that has...
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The Spectator: ...

1737
...Mercy that 'twas not his Neck. To which, fmce I am got into Quotationi, give me leave to add the Saying of an old Philofopher, who, after having invited fome of his Friends to din* with him, was ruffled by his Wife that came into the Room in a Paffion, and threw down the Table...
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Harrison's British Classicks, 5. köide

1786
...it was a great mercy that it was act his neck. To which, fmce I am got into quotations, give тле leave to add the faying of an old philofopher, who,...the room in a paffion, and threw down the table that Hood before them—1 Every one,' fayt he, ' has his calamity, and he is a hap' py man that has no greater...
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Lessons in Elocution, Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and Verse: For the ...

William Scott - 1789 - 398 lehte
...the main-malt, told the ftanders by, it was a great mercy that it was not his neck. To which, fmce I am got into quotations, give me leave to add the...was ruffled by his wife that came into the room in a pafr fion, and threw down the table that flood before them : " Every one," fays hei '* has his calamity,...
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The English Reader: Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry Selected from the Best ...

Lindley Murray - 1799 - 356 lehte
...the main-maft, told the ftanders by, it was a great mercy that it was not his neck. To which, fincc I am got into quotations, give me leave to add the...philofopher, who, after having invited fome of his friends to^dine with him, was ruffled by a perfon that came into the room in a pafsion, and threw down the...
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The Addisonian miscellany, a selection from the Spectator, Tatler, and ...

Joseph Addison - 1801
...mam-maft, told the ftanders by, it was a great mercy that it was not his nect. To which, fnce I have got into quotations, give me leave to add the faying of an old philofopher, \ ho after having invited fome of his friends to dine with him, was ruffled by his wife who came into...
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The British Essayists: The Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1802
...into quotations, give me leave to add the saying of an old philosopher, who, after having invited some of his friends to dine with him, was ruffled by his wife, that came into the room in a passion, and threw down the table that stood before them: ' Every one,' says he, ' has his calamity,...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers, 15. köide

British essayists - 1802
...the saying of an old philosopher, who, after having invited some of his Friends to dine with Ijim, was ruffled by his wife, that came into the room in a passion, and threw down the table that stood before them: ' Every one,' says he, ' has his calamity,...
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Select British Classics, 18. köide

1803
...into quotations, give me leave to add the saying of an old philosopher, who, after having invited some of his friends to dine with him, was ruffled by his wife that came into the room in a passion, and threw down the table that stood before them; ' every one,' says he, ' has his calamity,...
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The English Reader: Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry, Selected from the Best ...

Lindley Murray - 1805 - 254 lehte
...philofopher, who, after having invited fome of his friends to dine with him, was ruffled by a perfon that came into the room in a paffion, and threw down the table that flood before them t " livery one," faysrje, "has his calamity j and he is a happy man that has no greater than this."...
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