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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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Transactions of the Sanitary Institute, Том 11

Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) - 1891
...(now the site of the Concert Hall), detested the Downs, and observed that " it was a countrv so trulv desolate, that if one had a mind to hang one's self...difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope." An old alliterative proverb refers to Brighton as "a Town without Trees, and a Sea without Ships."...
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Transactions of the Sanitary Institute, Том 11

Sanitary Institute (Great Britain) - 1891
...Downs, and observed that " 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." An old alliterative proverb refers to Brighton as "a Town without Trees, and a Sea without Ships."...
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Johnsonian Miscellanies, Том 1

Samuel Johnson - 1897
...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." Walking in a wood when it rained, was, I think, the only rural image he pleased his fancy with 3 ;...
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Johnsonian Miscellanies, Том 1

Samuel Johnson - 1897
...however, and detested Brighthclmstone 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.' Walking in a wood when it rained, was, I think, the only rural image he pleased his fancy with 3 ;...
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The Praise of Gardens: An Epitome of the Literature of the Garden-art

Albert Forbes Sieveking - 1899 - 423 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." Walking in a wood, when it rained, was, I think, the only rural image he pleased his fancy with; "for,"...
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The Praise of Gardens: An Epitome of the Literature of the Garden-art with ...

Albert Forbes Sieveking - 1899 - 423 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." Walking in a wood, when it rained, was, I think, the only rural image he pleased his fancy with ; "...
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Gardens Ancient and Modern: An Epitome of the Literature of the Garden-art

Albert Forbes Sieveking - 1899 - 423 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." Walking in a wood, when it rained, was, I think, the only rural image he pleased his fancy with ; "...
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A later Pepys: the correspondence of Sir William Weller Pepys, bart ..., Том 1

Alice Cecilia Caroline Gaussen - 1904
...dissipated, as well as for the diseasedand infirm." Dr. Johnson detested Brighthelmstone Downs, "because it was a country so truly desolate that if one had...difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope." " MY DEAR FRANKS, " I was rather disappoint'd in not receiving from you any account of the passages...
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A later Pepys: the correspondence of Sir William Weller Pepys, bart., master ...

Alice Cecilia Caroline Gaussen, Sir William Weller Pepys - 1904
...dissipated, as well as for the diseased and infirm." Dr. Johnson detested Brighthelmstone Downs, " because it was a country so truly desolate that if one had...difficult to find a tree on which to fasten the rope." " MY DEAR FRANKS, " I was rather disappoint'd in not receiving from you any account of the passages...
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The Brighton road: speed, sport, and history on the classic highway to the south

Charles George Harper - 1906 - 472 стор.
...Brighton in 1770 in the company of the Thrales and Fanny Burney, declared the neighbourhood 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." At any rate it would have needed a particularly stout tree to serve Johnson's turn, had he...
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