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" I must have refused him, for he is on the side of the former. It is comfortable to be of no consequence in a world where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town however seems to be much at his service, and if he be equally successful... "
Works: Life and Letters - Page 248
by William Cowper - 1835
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The life and posthumous writings of William Cowper, by W. Hayley ..., Volume 2

William Cowper - 1806
...of the former. It is comfortable to be of no consequence i88 in a world, where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town however...mortified, because it was evident that I owed the honor of this visit to his misrepresentation of my importance. But had he thought proper to assure...
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The Life, and Posthumous Writings, of William Cowper, Esqr: With ..., Volume 2

William Hayley - 1806
...world, where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town however seems to be*much at his service, and if he be equally successful throughout...mortified, because it was evident that I owed the honor of this visit to his misrepresentation of my importance. But had he thought proper to assure...
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The Life and Letters of William Cowper: With Remarks on Epistolary Writers

William Cowper, William Hayley - 1809 - 460 pages
...of the for102 mer. It is comfortable to be of no consequence in a world, where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town however...mortified, because it was evident that I owed the honor of this visit to his misrepresentation of my importance But had he thought proper to assure Mr....
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The Female Speaker; Or, Miscellaneous Pieces, in Prose and Verse: Selected ...

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - 1816 - 392 pages
...consequence in a world, where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town, howerer, seems to be much at his service, and if he be equally...was a little mortified, because it was evident, that lowed the honour of this visit to his misrepresentation of my importance. But had he thought proper...
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Letters

William Cowper - 1836
...side of the former. It is comfortable to be of no consequence in a world where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town however...county, he will undoubtedly gain his election. Mr. Ashburner perhaps was a little mortified, because it was evident that I owed the honour of this visit...
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The Works of William Cowper, Esq., Comprising His Poems, Correspondence, and ...

William Cowper - 1836
...side of the former. It is comfortable to be of no consequence in a world where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town however...county, he will undoubtedly gain his election. Mr. Ashburner perhaps was a little mortified, because it was evident that I owed the honour of this visit...
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The Works of William Cowper: His Life, Letters, and Poems. Now First ...

William Cowper - 1851 - 749 pages
...side of the former. It is comfort, able to be of no consequence in a world, where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town however...election. Mr. A , perhaps, was a little mortified, be* His tamę hare. t Wę haw already stated that Mr. Pitt was frequently outvoted fit thi* time in...
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The Works of William Cowper, Volume 3

William Cowper - 1854
...side of the former. It is comfortable to be of no consequence in a world where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town, however,...county, he will undoubtedly gain his election. Mr. Ashburner perhaps was a little mortified, because it was evident that I owed the honour of this visit...
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THE WORKS OF WILLIAM COWPER HIS LIFE, LETTERS, AND POEMS

1860
...side of the former. It is comfortable to be of no consequence in a world, where one cannot exercise should int Z himself into the gl Z chamber where a cor be. * His tame hare. t We have iilready stated that Mr. Pitt was frequently outvoted at this time in...
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Literature in Letters, Or, Manners, Art, Criticism, Biography, History, and ...

James Philemon Holcombe - 1866 - 520 pages
...side of the former. It is comfortable to be of no consequence in a world where one cannot exercise any without disobliging somebody. The town, however,...service, and if he be equally successful throughout the country he will undoubtedly gain his election. Mr. Ashburner perhaps was a little mortified, because...
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