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" My physicians are very friendly and very disinterested, and give me great hopes, but you may imagine my situation. I have so far recovered my vocal powers, as to repeat the Lord's Prayer with no very imperfect articulation. My memory, I hope, yet remains... "
Lives of eminent persons - 421. oldal
szerző: Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1823
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The life of Samuel Johnson ... together with The journal of a tour ..., 3. kötet

James Boswell - 1884
...recovered my vocal powers, as to repeat the Lord's Prayer with no imperfect articulation. My memory, I hope, yet remains as it was; but such an attack produces solicitude for the safety of every faculty." TO MR. THOMAS DAVIES. "June 18, 1783. " DEAR SIR, " I have had, indeed, a very heavy blow; but God,...

The Contemporary Review, 47. kötet

1885
...came in talking, and could not immediately comprehend why he should read what I put into his hands How this will be received by you I know not. I hope you will sympathize with me ; but perhaps ' My mistress, gracious, mild and good, Cries — Is he dumb ? 'Tis...

Obiter Dicta

Augustine Birrell - 1887 - 233 oldal
...talking, and could not immediately compre' hend why he should read what I put into his ' hands, . . . How this will be received by ' you I know not. I hope...good, Cries — Is he dumb ? 'Tis time he shou'd." 'I suppose you may wish to know how my ' disease is treated by the physicians. They put ' a blister...

Obiter Dicta ...: Milton. Pope. Johnson. Burke. The muse of history. Charles ...

Augustine Birrell - 1887
...in talking, and could not immediately comprehend why he should read what I put into his hands. . . . How this will be received by you I know not. I hope...mistress, gracious, mild, and good, Cries — Is he dumb ? 'T is time he shou'd." ' I suppose you may wish to know how my disease is treated by the physicians....

Boswell's Life of Johnson: Life (v.l, 1709-1765; v.2 1765-1776; v.3, 1776 ...

James Boswell - 1887
...recovered my vocal powers, as to repeat the Lord's Prayer with no very imperfect articulation. My memory, I hope, yet remains as it was ; but such an attack produces solicitude for the safety of every faculty.' 'To MR. THOMAS DAVIES. 'DEAR SIR, ' I have had, indeed, a very heavy blow ; but GOD, who yet spares...

Boswell's Life of Johnson: Including Boswell's ..., 4. kötet;1780-1784. kötet

James Boswell - 1887
...recovered my vocal powers, as to repeat the Lord's Prayer with no very imperfect articulation. My memory, I hope, yet remains as it was; but such an attack produces solicitude for the safety of every faculty.' 'To MR. THOMAS DAVIES. ' DEAR SIR, ' I have had, indeed, a very heavy blow; but GOD, who yet spares...

The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Together with The Journal of a ..., 4. kötet

James Boswell - 1889
...recovered my vocal powers, as to repeat the Lord's Prayer with no imperfect articulation. My memory, I hope, yet remains as it was; but such an attack produces solicitude for the safety of every faculty." TO MR. THOMAS DAVIES. "June 18, 1783. " DEAR SIB, " I have had, indeed, a very heavy blow; but God,...

OBITER DICTA

AUGUSTINE BIRRELL - 1891
...in talking, and could not immediately comprehend why he should read what I put into his hands. . . . How this will be received by you I know not . I hope...mistress, gracious, mild, and good, Cries — Is he dumb ? 'T is time he shou'd." ' I suppose you may wish to know how my disease is treated by the physicians....

Obiter Dicta: Second Series

Augustine Birrell - 1891 - 291 oldal
...in talking, and could not immediately comprehend why he should read what I put into his hands. . . . How this will be received by you I know not. I hope you will sympathise with me ; but perhaps 1 " My mistress, gracious, mild, and good, Cries — Is he dumb ? 'T is time he shou'd." 'I suppose...

Mrs. Thrale, Afterwards Mrs. Piozzi: A Sketch of Her Life and Passages from ...

Leonard Benton Seeley - 1891 - 336 oldal
...describing a paralytic seizure by which two days before he had lost his speech for a time, he proceeds : " How this will be received by you I know not. I hope you will sympathize with me ; but perhaps " ' My mistress, gracious, mild, and good, Cries, Is he dumb? 'Tis...




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