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" I should have believed Burke to be Junius, because I know no man but Burke who is capable of writing these letters ; but Burke spontaneously denied it to me. "
The Life of Edmund Burke: Comprehending and Impartial Account of His ... - Page 156
by Robert Bisset - 1800
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Boswell's Life of Samuel Johnson, L.L.D.

James Boswell, John Wilson Croker - Authors, English - 1848
...wonderful concealment of the , author of the celebrated letters signed Junius, he said, " I should have believed Burke to be Junius, because I know no...different, had I asked him if he was the author ; a man so | questioned, as to an anonymous publication, may think he has a right to deny it." He observed...
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Life and Adventures of Oliver Goldsmith

Joachim Fernau - 1848
...beyond all question, to be for ever held acquitted of the charge. ' Sir,' said Johnson, ' I should have believed Burke to be ' Junius, because I know...letters ; but Burke spontaneously denied ' it to me.' Better, however, than even such spontaneous denial, and satisfactory where Townshend's disclaimer had...
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The Life and Adventures of Oliver Goldsmith: A Biography in Four Books, Volume 1

John Forster - Authors, English - 1848 - 704 pages
...beyond all question, to be for ever held acquitted of the charge. ' Sir,' said Johnson, ' I should have believed Burke to be ' Junius, because I know...letters ; but Burke spontaneously denied ' it to me.' Better, however, than even such spontaneous denial, and satisfactory where Townshend's disclaimer bad...
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The life and adventures of Oliver Goldsmith

John Forster - 1848 - 704 pages
...beyond all question, to be for ever held acquitted of the charge. ' Sir,' said Johnson, ' I should have believed Burke to be ' Junius, because I know...letters ; but Burke spontaneously denied ' it to me.' Better, however, than even such spontaneous denial, and satisfactory where Townshend's disclaimer had...
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Junius: Including Letters by the Same Writer Under Other ..., Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1850
...thunder that rolled over him: — "I should have believed Burke to be Junius," said he to Boswell, ''because I know no man but Burke who is capable of writing these letters: but Burkesponm, neousiy denied it to me." Mr. Burke himself was carried off his feet equally with the...
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Critical and miscellaneous essays, by an octogenarian (J. Roche).

James Roche - 1851
...Boswell to have said—" I should have believed Burke to have been Junius, because I know no man but him capable of writing these letters; but Burke spontaneously...different, had I asked him if he was the author; a man so questioned, as to an anonymous publication, may think he has a right to deny it."— Yet in his...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Comprehending an Account of His ..., Volume 3

James Boswell - 1863
...the wonderful concealment of the author of the celebrated letters signed Juuius ; he said, " I should have believed Burke to be Junius, because I know no...Burke who is capable of writing these letters ; but Biirke spontaneously denied it to me. The case would have been different, had I asked him if he was...
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The Public and Domestic Life of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke

Peter Burke - Great Britain - 1854 - 316 pages
...spontaneously declaring the contrary, was convinced by his assertion. " I should," said Johnson, " have believed Burke to be Junius, because I know no...when so questioned as to an anonymous publication." With all his confidence in Burke's veracity, Johnson may here be wrong. Disavowal apparently positive...
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The public and domestic life of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke

Peter Burke - 1854 - 316 pages
...spontaneously declaring the contrary, was convinced by his assertion. " I should," said Johnson, " have believed Burke to be Junius, because I know no...been different had I asked him if he was the author ja man may think he has a right to deny it, when so questioned as to an anonymous publication." With...
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Lives of the most eminent English poets: with critical ..., Volume 3

Samuel Johnson, Baron Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay - English poetry - 1854
...and is supposed to have felt no discontent when he saw them printed. His favourite maxim was " Vive Burke who is capable of writing these letters ; but...different, had I asked him if he was the author; a man so questioned as to an anonymous publication may think he has a right to deny it. — JOHNSON, in Boswell...
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