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Página 480 - this is not only telling an untruth, but telling it clumsily; for, if that be the case, every one who can look through a microscope will be able to detect him.
Página 479 - His Majesty having observed to him that he supposed he must have read a great deal; Johnson answered, that he thought more than he read; that he had read a great deal in the early part of his life, but having fallen into ill health, he had not been able to read much, compared with others: for instance, he said he had not read much, compared with Dr. Warburton.
Página 480 - The King was pleased to say he was of the same opinion; adding, "You do not think, then, Dr. Johnson, that there was much argument in the case." Johnson said, he did not think there was. "Why truly, (said the King,) when once it comes to calling names, argument is pretty well at an end.
Página 589 - ... chance to fee any fcorpions during that night, do they fcruple taking hold of them, trufting to the efficacy of this fancied all-powerful charm. I have frequently feen the man in whofe family I lived, repeat the above prayer, on being defired by his children to bind the fcorpions ; after which the whole family has gone quietly and contentedly to bed, fully perfuaded they could receive no hurt by them. During the fummer feafon, fcorpions appear in great numbers; they are quite black in appearance,...
Página 351 - Suppose they have more knowledge at five or six years old than other children, what use can be made of it ? It will be lost before it is wanted, and the waste of so much time and labour of the teacher can never be repaid.
Página 354 - Accustom your children (said he) constantly to this ; if a thing happened at one window, and they, when relating it, say that it happened at another, do not let it pass, but instantly check them ; you do not know where deviation from truth will end.
Página 354 - Nay, this is too much. If Mr. Johnson should forbid me to drink tea, I would comply, as I should feel the restraint only twice a day ; but little variations in narrative must happen a thousand times a day, if one is not perpetually watching." JOHNSON. "Well, madam, and you ought to be perpetually watching. It is more from carelessness about truth, than from intentional lying, that there is so much falsehood in the world.
Página 481 - Sir, they may talk of the King as they will; but he is the finest gentleman I have ever seen.
Página 479 - I hope, whether we have more books or not than they have at Cambridge, we shall make as good use of them as they do.