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" ... to the facilities of conversation in those who had been abroad. In fact, the time we have spent there is both delightful, and in one sense instructive; but it appears to be cut out of our substantial, downright existence, and never to join kindly... "
Table-talk; or, Original essays - Page 52
by William Hazlitt - 1824
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 3

1822
...substantial, downright existence, and never to join kindly on to it. We are not the same, but another, and perhaps more enviable individual, all the time we...themselves for a while from the ties and objects that recall them : but we can be said only to fulfil our destiny in the place that gave us birth. I should...
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The New Monthly Magazine, and Literary Journal ..., Volume 3

1822
...substantial, downright existence, and never to join kindly on to it. We are not the same, but another, and perhaps more enviable individual, all the time we...themselves for a while from the ties and objects that recall them: but we can be said only to fulfil our destiny in the place that gave us birth. I should...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 4

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1822
...substantial, downright existence, and never to join kindly on to it. We are not the same, but another, and perhaps more enviable individual, all the time we...themselves for a while from the ties and objects that recall them : liut we can be said only to fulfil our destiny in the place that gave us birth. I should...
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New Monthly Magazine, Volume 4

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1822
...substantial, downright existence, and never to join kindly on to it. We are not the same, but another, and perhaps more enviable individual, all the time we...quaintly sings, " Out of my country and myself I go.'' A SEA-SIDE REVERIE. How light and lovely is that parting hour, When, swath'd in lambent gold, the autumnal...
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The New Mirror, Volume 3

1844
...substantial, downright existence, and never to join kindly on to it We are not the same, but another, and perhaps more enviable individual, all the time we...own country. We are lost to ourselves, as well as to our friends. So the poet somewhat quaintly sings, " Out of my country and myself I go." Those who...
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The Miscellaneous Works, Volume 1

William Hazlitt - English literature - 1854
...ourselves, as well a* to our friend«. So the poet somewhat quaintly «ings, " Oelofmjr coMlrjrud mrcelf I go." Those who wish to forget painful thoughts, do well to absent themselves fur a while from the ties and objects that recall them : but we can be said only to fulnl our destiny...
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William Hazlitt, Essayist and Critic: Selections from His Writings, with a ...

William Hazlitt, Alexander Ireland - 1889 - 510 pages
...kindly on to it. We are not the same, but another, and perhaps more enviable, individual all the tune we are out of our own country. We are lost to ourselves...themselves for a while from the ties and objects that recall them : but we can be said only to fulfil our destiny in the place that gave us birth. I should...
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Treasury of Thought: Forming an Encyclopædia of Quotations from Ancient and ...

Quotations, English - 1894 - 579 pages
...intellectual eyes, you will then perceive the connection between topography ana patriotism. Southey. Those who wish to forget painful thoughts do well...themselves for a while from the ties and objects that recall them ; but we can be said only to fulfil our destiny in the place that gave us birth. — HaziiU....
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Little Rivers: A Book of Essays in Profitable Idleness

Henry Van Dyke - 1895 - 291 pages
...spring and summer, on far-off lakes and little rivers, au large. 221 TROUT-FISHING IN THE TRAUN. u Those who wish to forget painful thoughts do well to absent themselves for a time from the ties and objects that recall them ; but we can be said only to fulfil our destiny in...
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English Essays

J. H. Lobban - English essays - 1896 - 257 pages
...substantial, downright existence, and never to join kindly on to it. We are not the same, but another, and perhaps more enviable individual, all the time we...themselves for a while from the ties and objects that recall them; but we can be said only to fulfil our destiny in the place that gave us birth. I should...
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