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" because it was a country so truly desolate (he said), that if one had a mind to hang one's self for desperation at being obliged to live there, it would be difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope. "
Willis's Price Current: A Catalogue of Superior Second Hand Books Ancient ... - Сторінка 44
1857
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Life of Johnson: Including Their Tour to the Hebrides

James Boswell - 1860 - 874 стор.
...however, and detested Brighthelmstone Downs, " because it was a country so truly desolate (he said), herefor CHOKRR. 3 Afiss Porter laid out nearly one-third of her legacy in building a handsome house at Llchßeld,...
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Boswell's Life of Johnson: Including Their Tour to the Hebrides, Том 34

James Boswell - 1860 - 874 стор.
...however, and detested Brlghthclmslone Downs, '• because it was a country so truly desolate (he said), that If one had a mind to hang one's self for desperation...be difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope.1' — CKOKEB. • Miss Porter laid out nearly one-third of her legacy in bulldiug a handsome...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Including a Journal of His Tour to ..., Том 1

James Boswell - 1860
...however, and detested Brighthelmstone Downs, " because it was a country so truly desolate (he said), that if one had a mind to hang one's self for desperation...be difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope."—Piozzl. I will help her to a little more money if she wants it, and will write. I intend that...
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London Society, Том 2

1862
...Jolmson came here in 1770, escorted by the two Thrales and Fanny Burney. He declared the country to be so desolate that, ' if one had a mind to hang one's self...would be difficult to find a tree on which to fasten a rope.' The Thrales and their friends resided at 75 West Street. A memorable epoch in the fortunes...
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A Century of Anecdote from 1760-1860, Том 1

John Timbs - 1864 - 597 стор.
...forest-trees, and detested Brighthelmstone Downs, because it was a country so truly desolate, he said, that if one had a mind to hang one's self for desperation...difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope." From the Recollections of Brighton in the Olden Time, we learn that the Doctor enjoyed himself not...
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Wet Days at Edgewood: With Old Farmers, Old Gardeners, and Old Pastorals

1865 - 324 стор.
...however, and detested Brighthelmstone Downs, ' because it was a country so truly desolate,' he said, ' that if one had a mind to hang one's self for desperation...difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope.' " — Croker's Boswell, Vol. II. p. 209. iH*y side of his head, wore a crimson waistcoat, and warbled...
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The Ecclesiastic [afterw.] The Theologian and ecclesiastic [afterw ..., Том 27

1865
...he hated the Downs, because they made "a country so desolate that if one had a mind to hang oneself for desperation at being obliged to live there, it...would be difficult to find a tree on which to fasten a rope.' 1 Hood, Sussex has had the honour of giving a title to a Royal Duke, and Chichester, Apsley,...
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The Old Book Collector's Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Readable ..., Том 6

Charles Hindley - 1873
...town itself and the Downs (over which, by the bye, he delighted to gallop, when his health permitted), he said it was a " country so truly desolate, that...difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope." Despite all his prejudices, however, the Doctor came to Brighton — it needed sterner stuff than even...
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The Old Book Collector's Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Readable ..., Том 4

Charles Hindley - 1873
...health permitted), he said it was a *' country so truly desolate, that if one had a mind to hang one*s self for desperation at being obliged to live there...difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope." Despite all his prejudices, however, the Doctor came to Brighton — it needed sterner stuff than even...
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A collection of readable reprints of literary rarities, illustrative of the ...

Charles Hindley - 1876 - 309 стор.
...town itself and the Downs (over which, by the bye, he delighted to gallop, when his health permitted), he said it was a " country so truly desolate, that...difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope." Despite all his prejudices, however, the Doctor came to Brighton — it needed sterner stuff than even...
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