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|This is as good a book and different and older and that is what one does, one |
does not get better but different and older and that is always a pleasure. Best of
good luck to you always, and thanks so much for the very genuine pleasure you ...
|They go on to state that a boat is different from any other thing a man may own. in |
that it possesses a personality and numerous ... subject is being discussed: (1)
How is the boat going to be used, always jointly or always separately or a
combination of both? ... They do not have to be old friends to succeed but the
longer they have known one another the better. ... Both admit that they will have
to sacrifice the pleasure of thinking—“She's all minel”—but consider the price
small compared ...
|She is willing you should think she knows them ; but she does not say she does. |
... BOSWELL: 'I think Dr. Franklin's definition of Man a good one — "a tool-making
animal. ... I shall not begin to drink wine till I grow old, and want it. ... JOHNSON : '
Supposing we could have pleasure always, an intellectual man would not
compound for it. ... while at the same time the matter did not compensate for that
fault In short, that he meant to make a remark quite different from that which a
|He says plain things in a formal and abstract way, to be sure; but his method is |
good; for to have clear notions upon any subject, ... I think Dr. Franklin's definition
of Man a good one — 'A tool-making animal. ... I shall not begin to drink wine
again till I grow old !, and want it. ... Supposing we could have pleasure always,
an intellectual man would not compound for it. ... When a man says he had
pleasure with a woman, he does not mean conversation, but something of a
|By-the-bye, I have been engaged every day to dinner somewhere or other since I |
come ; so much so, that, till to-day, ... All this is, however, what I used to call a life
of pleasure. I have been at balls almost every uight, and, as I said before, always
stay till morning. " Ogilvie ha? just been here, and read your letter; he says he
Will scold you ; he is in great good humour, bilt not at all soft or tender. ... I agree
with you perfectly, in trying to drive away care ; 1 do all I can, but do not succeed.
|I know not why, but there was always something heartfelt and delightful to me in |
the salutation that passes each evening ... These are nothings, you will say ; but
such nothings have conduced more to my pleasure than other events usually
accounted of more moment. ... and at one end of the town there is a range of old
wall, weed-grown ; but never did eye 1 behold hues more rich and strange than :
|Containing News, Letters, Debates, Poetry, Musick, Biography, History, |
Geography ... and Other Arts and Sciences; which ... He never 'was mischievous,
buthad always that gen'fleness of nature, which I hold to be characteristical ctof
our nature, ... He feeds at present as the famrer , and his wife do ,; but, as I was
told by *an old woman, (one Mrs. Callop, living at a ... only eats flesh, but also has
got the taste of beer, and even of spirits, of which he inclines to drink more than
he can get.
|Hannah More. to intellectual and social enjoyment should he hroken in upon hy |
another, and an interfering pleasure, ... But hy this alteration, wc do all in our
power to infuse a little disinterestedness into the pleasure they have in coming to
us. We love them too tendorly to crih their little enjoyments, so we give them two
pleasures instead of one, for they nave their ... Though I do not approve of too
great familiarity with servants, yet I think that to an old and faithful domestie,
|But as good actions always carry a reward with them, these contribute in a high |
measure to his advantage ... own) h'e gains their affection, and all that is in their
power comes with it ; while he unites them to one another, he unites all to himself.
... but for himself; that the people live only to increase his glory, or to furnish
matter for his pleasure ; he does not inquire what he ... On the other side, he that
would introduce an ill Magistrate, make one evil who was good, or preserve him
in the ...