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" The books he used for this purpose were what he had in his own collection, a copious but a miserably ragged one, and all such as he could borrow; which latter, if ever they came back to those that lent them, were so defaced as to be scarce worth owning,... "
The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D. - Sivu 175
tekijä(t) John Hawkins - 1787 - 605 sivua
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Old and new London: a narrative of its history, its people and its places ...

George Walter Thornbury - 1880
...was to score with a black-lend pencil the words by him selected. The books he used for this purpose were what he had in his own collection, a copious but a miserably ragged one. and all such as he could borrqw ; which latter, if ever they came back, to, those...

English Language and Literary Criticism: English prose

James Baldwin - 1883
...and give them over to his assistants to insert in their places. The books he used for this purpose were what he had in his own collection, a copious but a miserably ragged one, and all such as he could borrow ; which latter, if ever they came back to those...

London Passed and Passing: A Pictorial Record of Destroyed & Threatened ...

Hanslip Fletcher - 1908 - 239 sivua
...this purpose were what he had in his own collection, a copious but miserably ragged one, and all such as he could borrow ; which latter, if ever they came back to those who lent them, were so defaced as to be scarce worth owning, and yet some of his friends were...

The Development of the Dictionary of the English Language: With Special ...

Frank H. Vizetelly - 1915 - 44 sivua
...and give them over to his assistants to insert in their places. The books he used for this, purpose were what he had in his own collection — a copious, but a miserably ragged one— and all such as he could borrow; which latter, if ever they came back to those...

The Greatest Book in the World: And Other Papers

Alfred Edward Newton - 1925 - 451 sivua
...and to give them over to his assistants to insert in their places. The books he used for this purpose were what he had in his own collection, a copious but a miserably ragged one, and all such as he could borrow; which latter, if ever they came back to those...

Books and the Man

John T. Winterich - 1929 - 374 sivua
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Books and the Man

John T. Winterich - 1929 - 374 sivua
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Books and the Man

John T. Winterich - 1929 - 374 sivua
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Samuel Johnson

Joseph Wood Krutch - 1944 - 599 sivua
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