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" They are surely happy," said the prince, "who have all these conveniences, of which I envy none so much as the facility with which separated friends interchange their thoughts." "The Europeans," answered Imlac, "are less unhappy than we, but they are... "
the monthly review - Page 428
by SEVERAL HANDS - 1759
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The Prince of Abissinia: A Tale : in Two Volumes, Volume 1

Samuel Johnson - Ethiopia - 1759 - 165 pages
...with which feparated friends interchange their thoughts." '* The Europeans, anfwered Imlac, are lefs unhappy than we, but they are not happy. Human life...much is to be endured, and little to be enjoyed." CHAP. CHAP. XII. The ftory of Imlac continued. " TAM not yet willing, faid the prince, A to fuppofe...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 20

Books - 1759
...with which feparated friends interchange their thoughts." " The Europeans," anfwered Imlac, " are lefs unhappy than . we, but they are not happy. Human life is every where aftate, in which much is to be endured, and little to be enjoyed." The Prince's anAver difplays a fimplicity...
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A Grammar of the Italian Language: With a Copious Praxis of Moral Sentences ...

Giuseppe Baretti - English language - 1778 - 448 pages
...i . ' • * Envy feels not its own happinefs but when it may be compared with the mHery of «thers. Human life is every where a ftate, in which much is to be endured, and Httleto be enjoyed. Few things are inv poffible todiligence and Ikill. Great works are performed not...
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The prince of Abissinia [by S. Johnson].

Samuel Johnson - 1783
...with which feparated friends interchange their thoughts." " The Europeans, anfwered Imlac, are lefs unhappy than we, but they are not happy. Human life...a ftate in which much is to be endured, and little lo be enjoyed. PRINCE OF ABISSINIA. 79 CHAP. XII. "» THE STORY OF IMLAC CONTINUED. "T AM not yet willing,...
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The history of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia. The vision of Theodore. The ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...with which feparated friends interchange their thoughts." " The Europeans, anfwered Imlac, are lefs unhappy than we, but they are not happy. Human life...much is to be endured, and little to be enjoyed." CHAP. XII. THE STORY OF IMLAC CONTINUED. " T AM not yet willing, faid the prince, to fnppofe that happinefs...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Tales and visions: The history of ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - English literature - 1787
...with which feparated friends interchange their thoughts." " The Europeans, anfwered Imlac, are lefs unhappy than we, but they are not happy. Human life...much is to be endured, and little to be enjoyed." CHAP. XII. THE STORY OF IMLAC CONTINUED. " T AM not yet willing, faid the prince, to fup« pole that...
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The history of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia. The vision of Theodore. The ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...with which feparated friends interchange their thoughts." " The Europeans^ anfwered Imlac, are lefs unhappy than, we, but they are not happy. Human life...much is to be endured, and little to be enjoyed." CHAP. XII. i THE STORY OF IMLAC CONTINUED. « T AM not yet willing, faid the prince, to fuppofe that...
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The Novelist's Magazine, Volume 23

English fiction - 1788
...which feparatcd friends 4 interchange their thoughts.' * The Europeans,' anlwered Imlnc, • are lefs unhappy than we, but they are • not happy. Human life is every where • a (late in which much is to be endured, ' and little to be enjoyed." CHAP. XII. THS STORYOF IMI.AC CONT1N...
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The Prince of Abissinia: A Tale

Samuel Johnson - Ethiopia - 1790 - 304 pages
...with which feparated friends interchange their thoughts." " The Europeans," anfwered Imlac, " are lefs unhappy than we, but they are not happy. Human life...much is to be endured, and little to be enjoyed." PRINCE OF ABISSINIA. 79 CHAP. XII. THE STORY OF IMLAC CONTINUED. " T AM not yet willing," faid the...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson.LL.D..: A dissertation upon the Greek comedy ...

Samuel Johnson - 1792
...with which feparated friends interchange their thoughts." " The Europeans, anfwered Imlac, are lefs unhappy than we, but they are not happy. Human life...much is to be endured* and little to be enjoyed/' CHAP. XII. THE STORY OF IMLAC CONTINUED. ** „ AM not yet willing, faid the prince, to fup^ JL pofe...
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