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" That boy," said one of my masters, pointing the attention of a stranger to me, " that boy could harangue an Athenian mob better than you or I could address an English one. "
John Francis, Publisher of the Athenæum: A Literary Chronicle of Half a Century - Seite 108
1888
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The London Magazine, Band 4

1821
...opium as an article of daily diet. In the twenty-eighth year of my age, a most painful affection of the harangue an Athenian mob, better than you or I could address an English one." He who honoured me with this eulogy, was a scholar. stomach, which I had first experi- " and a ripe...
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The Album, Bände 1-2

1822
...moral essays, &c. " That boy," said one of my masters, pointing the attention of a stranger to me, " that boy could harangue an Athenian mob, better than you or I could address an English one." He who honoured me with this eulogy, was a scholar, " and a ripe and good one :" and of all my tutors,...
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The United States Literary Gazette, Band 1

1825
...could converse in Greek so much to the purpose, that his master once said of him to a stranger — "That boy could harangue an Athenian mob better than you or I could address an English one." He went from this school to one he did not like, and therefore ran away from. The story of tbe elopement...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - 1847 - 49 Seiten
...moral essays, &c. "That boy," said one of my masters, pointing the attention of a stranger to me, " that boy could harangue an Athenian mob, better than you or I could address an English one." lie who honoured me with this eulogy, was a scholar, " and a ripe and good one :" and, of all my tutors,...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater: And Suspiria de Profundis

Thomas De Quincey - 1850 - 272 Seiten
...moral essays, &c. " That boy," said one of my masters, pointing the attention of a stranger to me, " that boy could harangue an Athenian mob, better than you or I could address an English one.", He who honored me with this eulogy was a scholar, " and a ripe and good one," and of all my tutors,...
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De Quincey's Writings, Band 1

Thomas De Quincey - 1850
...moral essays, &c. " That boy," said one of my masters, pointing the attention of a stranger to me, " that boy could harangue an Athenian mob, better than you or I could address an English one.", He who honored me with this eulogy was a scholar, " and a ripe and good one," and of all my tutors,...
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A man

John Dempster Bell - 1850 - 452 Seiten
...years old, could converse fluently in Greek. " That boy," said one of his instructors to a friend, " could harangue an Athenian mob better than you or I could address an English one." Cicero, in his early days, was advised to change his cognomen, because another family bearing it had...
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CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OPIUM-EATER AND SUSPIRIA DE PROFUNDIS

THOMAS DE QUINCEY - 1853
...moral essays, &c. "That boy," said one of my masters, pointing the attention of a stranger to me, " that boy could harangue an Athenian mob better than you or I could address an English one." He who honored me with this eulogy was a scholar, "and a ripe and good one," and, of all my tutors,...
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The New-York Quarterly, Band 2

1854
...here, at the age of thirteen, such was his proficiency in Greek, the master would sav to a stranger, "That boy could harangue an Athenian mob better than you or I could address an English one." Doubtless, he was proud of his show-scholar, and meant to praise him; but this encomium might also...
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Annual Register

1860
...allowed forthwith to enter himself at Oxford, ran away from the Manchester Grammar School with 12?. in his pocket, and, after making a brief excursion...ones to raise money on the property to which he would he entitled on coming of age. When his folly had been amply punished by suffering, the wayward lad...
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