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If any of these were scandalised ( and offences were sure to arise ) , he could not
help it . When he has been remonstrated with for not making more concessions to
the feelings of good people , he would retort by asking , what one point did ...
I partly believe , he made pretty sure of his company . Not many rich , not many
wise , or learned , composed at that time , the common stowage of a Margate
packet . We were , I am afraid , a set of as unseasoned Londoners ( let our
I am sure that no town - bred , or inland - born subjects , can feel their true and
natural nourishment at these sea - places . Nature , where she does not mean us
for mariners and vagabonds , bids us stay at home . The salt foam seems to ...
I am not quite so sure that it was Mrs . Porter ; but it was some great actress of that
day . The name is indifferent ; but the fact of the scalding tears I most distinctly
remember . I was always fond of the society of players , and am not sure that an ...
I am sure , Sydney has no flights like this . His extravaganzas do not strike at the
sky , though he takes leave to adopt the pale Dian into a fellowship with his
mortal passions . With how sad steps , O Moon , thou climh ' st the skies ; How
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Oh, my, these are hilarious! A collection of essays by Lamb's imaginary friend, an eclectic, off-beat and highly opinionated persona. The preface, bemoaning the death of the imaginary friend while ... Read full review