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" It was my good fortune to interest his benevolence. My little history was not untinctured with melancholy, and I laid it fairly before him : his first care was to console ; his second, which he cherished to the last moment of his existence, was to relieve... "
The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis - Page xviii
by Juvenal - 1803
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 ..., Volume 5

1803
...of my own degree, had by some accident or other reached his car, and gave him a curiosity to inquire after the author. It was my good fortune to interest his benevolence. My little history was not uotinctured with melancholy, and I laid it fairly before him: his first care was to console; his second,...
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The satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis, tr. into Engl. verse, by W. Gifford ...

Juvenal - 1806
...my own degree, had by some accident or other reached his ear, and given him a curiosity to inquire after the author. It was my good fortune to interest...with, melancholy, and I laid it fairly before him : hifr first care was to console; his second, which he cherished to the last moment of his existence,...
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The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis, and of Aulus Persius Flaccus, Volume 1

Juvenal, Persius - 1817
...my own degree, had by some accident or other reached his ear, and given him a curiosity to inquire after the author. It was my good fortune to interest...support me. Mr. Cookesley was not rich : his eminence in bis profession, which was that of a surgeon, procured him, indeed, much employment; but in a country...
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Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century ..., Volume 6

John Nichols - 1831
...of my own degree, had by some accident or other reached his ear, and gave him a curiosity to inquire after the author. " It was my good fortune to interest...little history was not untinctured with melancholy, and 1 laid it fairly before him; his first care was to console; his second, which he cherished to the last...
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Autobiography: A Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Volume 11

1830
...my own degree, had by some accident or other reached his ear, and given him a curiosity to inquire after the author. It was my good fortune to interest his benevolence. My little history was not untinctwred with melancholy, and I laid it fairly before him : his first care was to console ; his...
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The Table Book, Volume 1

William Hone - 1827
...my own degree, had by some accident or other reached his ear, and given him a curiosity to inquire after the author. It was my good fortune to interest...not rich: his eminence in his profession, which was ihat of a surgeon, procured him, indeed, much employment ; but in a country town, men of science are...
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The Christian Journal, and Literary Register, Volume 11

1827
...my own degree, had, by some accident or other, reached his ear, and given him a curiosity to inquire after the author. "It was my good fortune to interest...of his existence, was to relieve and support me." Through the kindness of Mr. Cookesley, a subscription was raised " for purchasing the remainder of...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 97

1827
...my own degree, had, by some accident or other, reached his ear, and given him a curiosity to inquire after the author. "It was my good fortune to interest...cherished to the last moment of his existence, was lo lelieve and support me. " Mr. Cookesley was not rich; his eminence in his profession, which was...
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The Table Book..., Volume 1

William Hone - 1827 - 870 pages
...my own degree, had by some accident or other reached his ear, and given him a cu riosity to inquire after the author. It was my good fortune to interest...little history was not untinctured with melancholy, and 1 laid it faiily before him : his first care was lo console ; his second, which he cherished to the...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 97, Part 1; Volume 141

1827
...reasons first, because further; but, in truth, I was afraid, as my master had already threatened me, I laid it fairly before him. His first care was to console; his second, which for inadvertently hitching the name of he cherished to the last moment of his existence, was to relieve...
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