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" His death was of a piece with his life. There was nothing in it new, forced, or affected. He did not look upon the severing of his head from his body as a circumstance that ought to produce any change in the disposition of his mind ; and as he died under... "
The history of England...By the Right Hon. Sir James Mackintosh - Sida 236
efter Sir James Mackintosh - 1836
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The Spectator, Volym 5

1739
...that Good-Humour with which he had always entertained his Friends in the moft ordinary Occurrences. His Death was of a piece with his Life. There was nothing in it new, forced or affedted. He did not look upon the fevering his Head from his Body as a Circumilance that ought to...
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Utopia: Containing an Impartial History of the Manners, Customs, Polity ...

Sir Thomas More (Saint) - 1808 - 168 sidor
...that good humour with which he had always entertained his friends, in the most ordinary occurrences. His death was of a piece with his life. There was...new, forced, or affected. He did not look upon the severing of his head from his body as a circumstance that ought to produce any change in the disposition...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Thomas More: Lord High Chancellor of England, in ...

Ferdinando Warner - 1758 - 230 sidor
...that good Humour with which he had always entertained his Friends in the moft ordinary Occurrences. His " Death was of a Piece with his Life. There. "...new, forced, or affected» " He did not look upon the fevering his Head " from his Body, as a Circumftance that " ought to produce any Change in the Dif"...
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Boswell's Life of Johnson: Tour to the Hebrides (1773) and Journey into ...

James Boswell - 1786
...innocent mirth which had been so conspicuous in Sir Thomas More's life did not forsake him to the last. His death was of a piece with his life. There was nothing in it new, forced, or affected.' The Spectator, No. 349. Young also thought, or at least, wrote differently. • A death-bed's a detector...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volym 5

1786
...humour wiih which he had always entertained his friends in the moll ordinary occurrences. His deatii was of a piece with his life. There was nothing in it new, forced, or affefted. H; did not look upon the fevering his head from his body as a circumltance that ought to...
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The British Essayists: The Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1802
...that good humour with which he had always entertained his friends in the most ordinary occurrences. His death was of a piece with his life. There was...new, forced, or affected. He did not look upon the severing his head from his body as a circumstance that ought to produce any change in the disposition...
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The works of ... Joseph Addison, collected by mr. Tickell

Joseph Addison - 1804
...entertained his friends in the most ordinary occurrences. His death was of a piece with his life. There is nothing in it new, forced, or affected. He did not look upon the severing of his head from his body as a circumstance that ought to produce any change in the disposition...
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The Spectator; in Miniature: Being a Collection of the Principal ..., Volym 1

1808 - 288 sidor
...that good humour with which he had always entertained his friends in the most ordinary occurrences. His death was of a piece with his life : there was...new, forced, or affected. He did not look upon the severing his head from his hody as a circumstance that ought to produce any change in the disposition...
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Characteristic Anecdotes of Men of Learning and Genius: Natives of Great ...

John Watkins - 1808 - 552 sidor
...dying heroe, miserably witty," • that excellent man, Mr. Addison, undertook his defence as follows: " His death was of . a piece with his life ; there was nothing in it new, forced, or affected. He saw nothing in death to put him from his ordinary humour, and as/he died under a fixed and settled...
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The Spectator, Volym 6

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1810
...that good humour with which he had always entertained his friends in the most ordinary occurrences. His death was of a piece with his life. There was...new, forced, or affected. He did not look upon the severing his head from his body as a circumstance that ought to produce any change in the disposition...
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