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" I would prepare myself for no man in England but Lord Thurlow. When I am to meet with him, I should wish to know a day before. "
Chambers's Encyclopaedia: Swastika to Zyrianovsk and index - Page 195
1896
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Life and works of Cowper, by R. Southey

William Cowper - 1836
...Thurlow, sir ; Thurlow is a fine fellow ; he fairly puts his mind to yours." And on another occasion he said, " I would prepare myself for no man in England, but Lord Thurlow. When I am to meet with him, I should wish to know a day before." And when Cowper left the office, and became master of...
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The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence, 11. köide

1836
...was said when he was at the bar ; and after his Lordship was advanced to the Seal, he said of him, " I would prepare myself for no man in England but Lord Thurlow. When I am to meet with him, I should wish to know a day before." (Vol. 8, p. 329.) Lord Thurlow reciprocated this feeling...
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The Life of William Cowper, Esq, 1. köide

Robert Southey - 1839
...Thurlow, sir; Thurlow is a fine fellow; he fairly puts his mind to yours." And on another occasion he said, " I would prepare myself for no man in England, but Lord Thurlow. When I am to meet with him, I should wish to know a day before." And when Cowper left the office, and became master of...
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The Life of William Cowper, Esq, 1. köide

Robert Southey - 1839
...Thurlow, sir ; Thurlow is a fine fellow ; he fairly puts his mind to yours." And on another occasion he said, " I would prepare myself for no man in England, but Lord Thurlow. When 1 am to meet with him, I should wish to know a day before." And when Cowper left the office, and became...
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The Life of William Cowper, 1. köide

Robert Southey - 1843
...Thurlow, sir; Thur>w is a fine fellow; he fairly puts his mind to yours." And on another occasion he said, " I would prepare myself for no man in England, but Lord Thurlow. When I am to meet with him, I should wish to know a day before." And when Cowper left the office, and became master of...
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The Life of William Cowper, 1. köide

Robert Southey - 1843
...Thurlow, sir; Thurlow is a fine fellow; he fairly puts his mind to yours." And on another occasion he said, " I would prepare myself for no man in England, but Lord Thurlow. When 1 am to meet with him, I should wish to know a day before." And when Cowper left the office, and became...
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History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Suffolk, and the Towns Near Its Borders

William White - 1844 - 756 lehte
...retired into private life in 1793. His talents, even out of his profession, were so splendid, that Dr. Johnson said, " I would prepare myself for no man in England, but Lord Thurlow; when I am about to meet him, I should wish to know a day before." His lordship, who was never married, died at...
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The Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England ...

John Campbell Baron Campbell - 1846
...yours." After his Lordship had been elevated to be Chancellor, the great Lexicographer said to Boswell, " I would prepare myself for no man in England but Lord...to meet him, I should wish to know a day before." Jemmy goes on to say, " How he would have prepared himself, I cannot conjecture. Would he have selected...
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Lives of English Poets, from Johnson to Kirke White: Designed as a ...

Henry Francis Cary - 1846 - 419 lehte
...of Thurlow had always been held in high estimation by Johnson, who had been heard to say of him, " I would prepare myself for no man in England but Lord Thurlow. When I am to meet with him, I should wish to know a day before." One day, while this scheme was pending, Johnson being...
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The International monthly magazine of literature, science, and art

...he fairly puts his mind to yours." And after he became Chancellor, the same high authority added: " I would prepare myself for no man in England but Lord...to meet him, I should wish to know a day before." Unless with ladies, his manner was always uncouth, and his voice a constant growl. But beneath that...
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