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" In the romances formerly written, every transaction and sentiment was so remote from all that passes among men, that the reader was in very little danger of making any applications to himself... "
The Rambler - Page 22
by Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
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The Rambler, Volume 4

Samuel Johnson - 1750 - 296 pages
...In the romances formerly written, every tranfaction and fentiment was fo remote from all that paffes among men, that the reader was in very little danger...and perfecutors, as with beings of another fpecies, whofe actions were regulated upon motif es of their own, and who had neither faults nor excellencies...
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The Rambler. ...

Samuel Johnson - 1752 - 326 pages
...improper combinations of images. IN the romances formerly written, every tranfacHon and fentiment was fo remote from all that pafles among men, that the reader...crimes were equally beyond his fphere of activity j and he amufed himfelf with heroes and with traitors, deliverers and perfecutors, as with beings of...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 1

1785 - 596 pages
...written, every tranfaflion and fentimtnt was fo remote fronval! that pnfles among men, tint the rcicfi-r was in very little danger of making any applications...himfelf ; the virtues- and crimes were equally beyond hit fplrerc of activity; and he amutffl himfelf witli heroes and with trajtoïs, deliverers and perfecutors,...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: The Rambler

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...incongruous combinations of images. In the romances formerly written, every tranfaction and fentiment was fo remote from all that pafles among men, that the reader...himfelf with heroes and with traitors, deliverers and pcrfecutors, as with beings of another fpecies, whole actions were regulated upon motives of their...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson.LL.D..: The rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1792 - 638 pages
...incongruous combinations of images. In the romances formerly written, every tranfaction and fentiment was fo remote from all that pafles among men, that the reader...and perfecutors, as with beings of another fpecies, whofe acctions were regulated upon motives of their own, and who had neither faults nor excellencies...
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The Rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1792 - 582 pages
...romances formerly written, every tranfaction and fentiment was fo remote from all that pafTes ampn£ men, that the reader was in very little danger of making any applications to himfdt ; the virtues and crimes were equally beyond, his Iphere of activity ; and he amufed himfelf...
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Rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1801 - 460 pages
...incongruous combinations of images. In the romances formerly written, every tranfaction and fentiment was fo remote from all that pafles among men, that the reader...of making any applications to himfelf; the virtues ard crimes were equally beyond his fphere of activity ; and he amufed himfelf with heroes and with...
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]., Volume 1

1801 - 342 pages
...combinations of images. In the romances formerly written, every tranf— a£Hon and fentiment was fo remote from all that pafles among men, that the reader...little danger of making any applications to himfelf j the virtues and crimes were equally beyond his fphere of a£tivity ; and he amufed himfelf with,...
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Select British Classics, Volume 5

1803
...In the romances formerly written, every transaction and sentiment was so remote from all that passes among men, that the reader was in very little danger of making any applications td himself ; the virtues and crimes were equally beyond his sphere of activity ; and he amused himself...
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The Rambler, Volume 1

Samuel Johnson - 1809 - 352 pages
...In the romances formerly written, every transaction and sentiment was so remote from all that passes among men, that the reader was in very little danger of making any applications to himself; the virtues and crimes wereequally beyond his sphere of activity ; and he amused himself with...
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