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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
Teljes nézet - Információ erről a könyvről

The World's Great Masterpieces: History, Biography, Science ..., 12. kötet

1901
...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 eveiy faculty. A PRIVATE PRAYER BY DR. JOHNSON. O GOD, giver and preserver of all life, by whose power...

The Southern California Practitioner, 17. kötet

1902
...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." I think this letter of Dr. Johnson's fully justifies its quotation. It is probably one of the few cases...

Collected Essays, 1. kötet

Augustine Birrell - 1902
...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 ?...

Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, 4. kötet

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Mrs. Lucia Isabella (Gilbert) Runkle, George Henry Warner - 1902
.... How this will be received by you I know not. I hope you will sympathize with me; but perhaps a<My mistress, gracious, mild, and good, Cries — Is he dumb? 'Tis time he should.' "I suppose you may wish to know how my disease is treated by the physicians. They put a blister...

Life of Johnson, 2. kötet

James Boswell - 1904
...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 ME. THOMAS DAVIES. 'DEAK SIR, — I have had, indeed, a very heavy blow ; but GOD, who yet spares...

Sir Joshua and His Circle, 2. kötet

Joseph Fitzgerald Molloy - 1906 - 639 oldal
...powers as to repeat the Lord's Prayer with no imperfect articulation. My memory I hope yet remains what it was ; but such an attack produces solicitude for the safety of every faculty." The alarm felt by his friends was quickly relieved by his rapid recovery, for before the month ended...

Selections from Boswell's Life of Johnson

James Boswell - 1912 - 93 oldal
...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." Vol. VI, p. 64. 1784 — JEt. 76 He seemed to take a pleasure in speaking in his own style; for when...

Selected English Letters (XV-XIX Centuries)

Mabel Duckitt - 1913 - 460 oldal
...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. LAURENCE STERNE 1713-1768 To MlSS LUMLEY The disconsolate lover [1740-1.] You bid me tell you, my dear...

Boswell's Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

James Boswell - 1916 - 344 oldal
...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." Such was the general vigor of his constitution, that he recovered from this alarming and severe attack...

The Collected Essays & Addresses of the Rt. Hon. Augustine Birrell ..., 1. kötet

Augustine Birrell - 1923
...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...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 upon...




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