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" It is surely not to be observed without indignation, that men may be found of minds mean enough to be satisfied with this treatment; wretches who are proud to obtain the privilege of madmen... "
The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. - Page 65
by Samuel Johnson - 1806
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The Rambler, Volume 4

Samuel Johnson - 1750 - 296 pages
...to- obtain the privilege of madmen, and can, without fhame, and without regret, confider themfelves as receiving hourly pardons from their companions, and giving them continual opportunities of exercHing their patience, and boafting their clemency. Pride is undoubtedly the original of anger r...
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The Rambler. ...

Samuel Johnson - 1752 - 326 pages
...proudto obtain the privilege cf madmen, and can, without fhame, and without regret, confider themfelves as receiving hourly pardons from their companions,. and giving them continual opportunities of exercifing their patience, and boaftmg theiv clemency. PJSJDE is undoubtedly the original of anger...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 1

1785 - 596 pages
...the involuntary blows of a man agitated by the fpafms of a convulCon. It is furely not to be obferved without Indignation, that men may be found of minds mean enough to be fatisfied with this treatment ; wretches who are proud to obtain the privilege of madmen, and can,...
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The Rambler

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787 - 466 pages
...involuntary blows of a man agitated by the fpafms of a convulfion. It is furely not to be obferved without indignation, that men may be found of minds mean enough to be fatisfied with this treatment ; wretches who are proud to obtain the privilege of madmen, and can,...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: The Rambler

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...involuntary blows of a man agitated by the fpafms of a convulfion. It is furely not to be obfcrved without indignation, that men may be found of minds mean enough to be fatisfied with this treatment ; wretches who are proud to obtain the privilege of madmen, and can,...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson.LL.D..: The rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1792 - 638 pages
...involuntary blows of a man agitated by the fpafms of a convulfion. It is furely not to be obferved without indignation, that men may be found of minds mean enough to be fatisfied with this treatment; wretches who are proud to obtain the privilege of madmen, and can, without...
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]., Volume 1

1801 - 342 pages
...furely not to be obferved without indignation, that men may be found of mindamean enough to be fatisfied with this treatment ; wretches who are proud to obtain the privilege of madmen, and can, without fhame, and without regret, confider themfelves as receiving hourly pardons from their companions, and...
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Rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1801 - 460 pages
...the involuntary blows of a man agitated by the fpafms of a convulfion. It is furelynot to be obferved without indignation, that men may be found of minds mean enough to be iatisfied with this treatment ; wretches who are proud to obtain the privilege of madmen, and can,...
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Select British Classics, Volume 5

1803
...sallies are passed over as the involuntary blows of a man agitated by the spasms of a convulsion. It is surely not to be observed without indignation, that...shame, and without regret, consider themselves as receivmg hourly pardons from their companions, and giving them continued opportunities of exercising...
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The School of Wisdom

1803 - 250 pages
...fpread Shares for the foul with more dexterity I—Ramller. / ANGER. It is furely not to be obferved without indignation, that men may be found, of minds mean enough to be fatisfied with this treatment; wretches, who are proud to obtain the privilege of madmen, and can,...
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