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" Hence it is that good-nature in me is no merit; but having been so frequently overwhelmed with her tears before I knew the cause of any affliction, or could draw defences from my own judgment, I imbibed commiseration, remorse, and an unmanly gentleness... "
The British Essayists: Tatler - 386 ページ
1823
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The Lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq: Revised and Corrected, 第 3 巻

1711
...Commiferation, Rcmorfe, and an unmanly Gentlenefs of Mind, which has fincc infnared me into Ten Thoufand Calamities, and from whence I can reap no Advantage, except it be, that in fuch an Humour as I am now in, I can the better indulge my felf in the Softnefies of Humanity, and...

The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff, 第 3 巻

Tatler - 1754
...Commiferation, Rcmorfe, and an unmanly Gentlenefs of Mind, which has fince infnared me into Ten Thoufand Calamities, and from whence I can reap no Advantage, except it be, that in fuch a Humour as I am now in, I can the better indulge myfelf in the Scftueffes of Humanity, and enjoy...

Harrison's British Classicks, 第 3 巻

1785
...commiferation, remorlè, and unmanly gentlenefs of mind, which has fince inlhnred me into ten thouland calamities; and from whence I can reap no advantage, except it be, that, in fuch a humour as I am now in, I can the better indulge rnylelf in the foftnefles of humanity, and enjoy...

The Beauties of the Spectators, Tatlers, and Guardians: Connected and ..., 第 2 巻

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1801
...commiferation, remorfe, and an unmanly gentlenefs of mind, which has enfnared me into ten thoufand calamities, and from whence I can reap no advantage, except it be, that in fuch a humour as I am now in, I can the better indulge myfelf in the foftnenes of humanity, and enjovthat...

The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1803
...remorse, and an unmanly gentleness of mind, which has since insnared me into ten thousand calamities ; from whence I can reap no advantage, except it be,...am now in, I can the better indulge myself in the softnesses of humanity, and enjoy that sweet anxiety which arises from the memory of past afflictions....

The Tatler, 第 3 巻

Sir Richard Steele - 1804
...remorse, and an unmanly gentleness of mind, which has since ensnared me into ten thousand calamities; from whence I can reap no advantage, except it be...am now in, I can the better indulge myself in the softnesses of humanity, and enjoy that sweet anxiety which arises from the memory of past afflictions....

The Tatler; corrected from the originals, with a preface, historical and ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1817
...remorse, and an unmanly gentleness of mind, which has since insnared me into ten thousand calamities ; from whence I can reap no advantage, except it be,...afflictions. We, that are very old, are better able to remeni' ber things which befel us in our distant youth, than the passages of later days. For this reason...

The Tatler, 第 3 巻

1822
...judgment, I imbibed commiseration, remorse, and an unmanly gentleness of mind, which has since insnared me into ten thousand calamities ; and from whence...am now in, I can the better indulge myself in the softnesses of humanity, and enjoy that sweet anxiety which arises from the memory of past afflictions....

The British Essayists: Tatler

James Ferguson - 1823
...remorse, and an unmanly gentleness of mind, which has since ensnared me into ten thousand calamities ; from whence I can reap no advantage, except it be,...afflictions. We, that are very old, are better able to remember things which befel us in our distant youth, than the passages of later days. For this reason...

The British essayists; with prefaces by L.T. Berguer

British essayists - 1823
...remorse, and an unmanly gentleness of mind, which has since insnared me into ten thousand calamities ; from whence I can reap no advantage, except it be,...afflictions. We, that are very old, are better able to remember things which befel us in our distant youth, than the passages of later days. For this reason...




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