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" Boswell continued for a considerable length of time, constantly speaking in favour of the internal as well as external proofs of the validity of the manuscripts. At length, finding himself rather thirsty, he requested a tumbler of warm brandy and water;... "
The Confessions of William Henry Ireland: Containing the Particulars of His ... - Page 92
by William Henry Ireland - 1805 - 317 pages
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Parriana: Or, Notices of the Rev. Samuel Parr ...

Edmund Henry Barker - 1828
...Ireland respecting Mr. Boswell is this : — " As the circumstances," says he in the Confessions p. 95, " attending Mr- James Boswell's inspection of the manuscripts,...expression : ' Well ; I shall now die contented, since 1 have lived to witness the present day.' Mr. Boswell then, kneeling down before the volume containing...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 41

1853
...research Mr. Boswell continued for a considerable length of time, constantly speaking in favour of tha internal as well as external proofs of the validity...then redoubled his praises of the manuscripts, and at last, arising from his chair, he made use of the following expression : — ' Well, I shall now die...
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Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

Ireland - 1853
...continued for a considerable length of time, constantly speaking in favour of the internal as well аз external proofs of the validity of the manuscripts....nearly finished, he then redoubled his praises of the manuscript", and at last, arising from his chair, he made use of the following expression : — ' Well,...
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The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1853
...handwriting. In this research Mr. Boswell continued for a considerable length of time,constant]yspeaking in favour of the internal as well as external proofs...himself rather thirsty, he requested a tumbler of warm lirnnfly and water, which having nearly finished, he then redoubled his praise» of the manuscript«,...
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Great Scholars: Buchanan, Bentley, Porson, Parr and Others

Henry James Nicoll - Scholars - 1880 - 251 pages
...who, on his arrival at Ireland's house, continued his examination of the papers for a considerable time, constantly speaking in favour of the internal...manuscripts ; and at length, arising from his chair, made use of the following expression : ' Well, I shall now die contented, since I have lived to witness...
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