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" The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned, and most perfectly fall in with and humour, this idle way of reading and considering things. By this means, time, even... "
How to Learn and what to Learn: Two Lectures Advocating the System of ... - 33. oldal
szerző: James Booth - 1856 - 76 oldal
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Monthly Packet, 10. kötet

1870
...out of the world. The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...and considering things. By this means, Time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of, without the pain of attention ; neither is any part of it more...

The Monthly Packet of Evening Readings for Members of ..., 10. kötet,55-60. rész

1870
...out of the world. The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...and considering things. By this means, Time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of, without the pain of attention ; neither is any part of it more...

The Lord's supper, a feast after sacrifice

James Booth - 1870
...addressed merely * ' The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...and humour this idle way of reading and considering tilings. By this means, time even in solitude is happily got rid of without the strain of attention.'...

Essays of a Birmingham Manufacturer, 3. kötet

William Lucas Sargant - 1871
...in his remarks. " The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...and considering things. By this means, time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of without the pain of attention; neither is any part of it more put...

Appletons' Journal

1879
...The great number of books and papers of amusement which, of one kind or another, daily come in'one's way, have in part occasioned, and most perfectly fall in with and humor, this idle way of reading and considering things. By this means time, even in solitude, is happily...

The Church Quarterly Review, 32. kötet

Arthur Cayley Headlam - 1891
...and papers of amusement which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way,' as occasioning our ' idle way of reading and considering things.' ' By this means time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of without the pain of attention ; neither is any part of it more put...

The Obliviad: A Satire

William Leech (M. R. C. S. E.) - 1879 - 319 oldal
...lies ; 80 NOTES. " The great number of books and papers of amusement, which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...and considering things. By this means, time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of, without the pain of attention: neither is any part of it more put...

The Library Magazine, 1. kötet

1880
...Bishop Butler. ' ' The great number of books and papers of amusement which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...reading and considering things. By this means time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of, without the pain of attention ; neither is any part of it more...

The Library Magazine of Select Foreign Literature, 1. kötet

1880
...great Bishop Butler. "The grtat number of books and papers of amusement which, of O".e kind or another, daily come in one's way. have in part occasioned, and most perfectly fall in with and hnnicnr. this idle way of reading and considering things. By this mésestime, even ill solitude, its...

The Choice of Books: And Other Literary Pieces

Frederic Harrison - 1886 - 447 oldal
...great Bishop Butler. "The great number of books and papers of amusement which, of one kind or another, daily come in one's way, have in part occasioned,...reading and considering things. By this means time, even in solitude, is happily got rid of, without the pain of attention; neither is any part of it more put...




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