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" So long as I am pleased with an employment, I am capable of unwearied application, because my feelings are all of the intense kind. I never received a little pleasure from any thing in my life; if I am delighted, it is in the extreme. "
Elegant epistles: a copious selection of instructive, moral, and ... - Страница 46
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics ..., Том 25

1805
...employment, I am capable of unwearied application, because my feelings are all of the intense kind j I never received a little pleasure from any thing...I am delighted, it is in the extreme. The unhappy consequence of this temperature is, that my attachment to any occupation seldom outlives the novelty...

The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Том 3

Charles Brockden Brown - 1805
...landscape drawing. So long as I am pie »sed with an employment, I am capable of unwearied application, because my feelings are all of the intense kind ;...is in the extreme, The unhappy consequences of this temperatuie is, that my attachment to any occupation seldom out-lives the novelty of it. That nerve...

Censura Literaria: Containing Titles, Abstracts, and Opinions of ..., Томове 1–2

Sir Egerton Brydges - 1805
...since." 1780. " So long as I am pleased with an employment, I am capable of unwearied application, because my feelings are all of the intense kind ;...I am delighted, it is in the extreme. The unhappy consequence of this temperature is, that my attachment to any occupation seldom outlives the novelty...

The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

Tobias George Smollett - 1805
...P. 5. A. I78O. * So long as I am pleased with an employment, I am capable of unwearied application, because my feelings are all of the intense kind ;...received a little pleasure from any thing in my life; if 1 am delighted, it is in the extreme. The unhappy consequences of this temperature is, that my attachment...

The British Critic: A New Review, Том 25

1805
...unwearied application, becaufe my feelings are all of the intenfe kind ; I never received a little pleafure from any thing in my life ; if I am delighted, it is in the extreme. The unhappy confequences of this temperature is, that my attachment to any occupation, feldom out-lives the novelty...

The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Том 25

1805
...unwearied application, becaufe my feelings are all of the intenfe kind ; I never received a little pleafure from any thing in my life; if I am delighted, it is in the extreme. The unhappy confequences of this temperature is, that my attachment ro any occupation, feldom out-Hves the novelty...

The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper;: J. Beaumont, G. and ...

Alexander Chalmers - 1810
...obscurity and disgrace. 80 long as 1 am pleased with an employment, I am capable of unwearied application, because my feelings are all of the intense kind :...I am delighted, it is in the extreme. The unhappy consequence of this temperature is, that my attachment to any occupation, seldom outlives the novelty...

The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Том 10

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...obscurity and disgrace. So long as I am pleased with an employment, I am capable of unwearied application, because my feelings are all of the intense kind :...I am delighted, it is in the extreme. The unhappy consequence of this temperature is, that my attachment to any occupation seldom outlives the novelty...

The General Biographical Dictionary, Том 10

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...obscurity and disgrace. So long as I am pleased with an employment, I am capable of unwearied application, because my feelings are all of the intense kind: I...I am delighted, it is in the extreme. The unhappy consequence of this temperature is, that my attachment to any occupation seldom outlives the novelty...

The letters of the late William Cowper to his friends

William Cowper, John Johnson - 1817
...obscurity and disgrace. So long as I am pleased with an employment, I am capable of unwearied application, because my feelings are all of the intense kind. I...I am delighted, it is in the extreme. The unhappy consequence of this temperature is, that my attachment to any occupation seldom outlives the novelty...




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