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" That young men, in their warm blood, are often forward to think they have in vain learned to fence if they never show their skill in a duel. "
The History of Sir Charles Grandison: In a Series of Letters - Sivu 55
tekijä(t) Samuel Richardson - 1776
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...more touchy than needs, on Points of Honour, and (light Occafions. Young Men in their warm Blood are forward to think, they have in vain learned to Fence, if they never fhew their Skill and Courage in a Duel, and they feem to have Reafon. But how many fad Tragedies that Rea(bn has...

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...Widows. Wit. 270 Sentiments, &c. extracted from Fencing, YOUKG men in their warm blood, often feem to think they have in vain learned to fence, if they never fhew their fkill in a duel, (Mr. Locke) i. 370. [ii. 55]. It muft be remembred that Fencing is called the fcience ef defence ;...

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...me an obfervation of • Ivlf. Locke, " That young men, in " their wann blood, are often for«' ward to think they have in vain " learned to fence, if they never ihew f their ikill in a duel." ' This obfcrvation, infilled upon and • inculcated, as (he knew huw,...

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...acquirement of a skill in the management of the weapons, she frequently enforced upon me an observation of Mr. Locke; ' That young men, in their warm blood, ' are often forward to think they have iri vain learned ' to fence, if they never shew their skill in a duel.' This observation, insisted...

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...acquirement of a skill in the management of the weapons, she frequently enforced upon me an observation of Mr. Locke — " That young men, in their warm blood,...they have in vain learned to fence, if they never shew their skill in a duel." ' This observation, insisted upon and inculcated, as she knew how, was...

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...touchy than needs, on points of honour, and slight or no provocations. Young men in their warm blood are forward to think they have in vain learned to fence, if they never show their skill and courage in a duel ; and they seem to have reason. But how many sad tragedies that...

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Samuel Richardson - 1820
...acquirement of a skill hi the management of the weapons, she frequently enforced upon me an observation of Mr. Locke: " That young men, in their warm blood,...they have in vain learned to fence, if they never shew their skill in a duel." This observation, insisted upon, and inculcated, as she knew how, was...

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...touchy than needs, on points of honour, and slight or no provocations. Young men in their warm blood are forward to think they have in vain learned to fence, if they never show their skill and courage in a duel ; and they seem to have reason. But how many sad tragedies that...

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...acquirement of a skill in the management of the weapons, she frequently enforced upon me an observation of Mr Locke ; " That young men, in their warm blood,...they have in vain learned to fence, if they never shew their skill in a duel." This observation, insisted upon, and inculcated, as she knew how, was...




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