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" to refrain from laughter, when they who are not prepossessed by the same accidental association, are utterly unable to guess the reason of his merriment. Words which convey ideas of dignity in one age, are banished from elegant writing or conversation... "
The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: The Rambler - Página 274
por Samuel Johnson - 1825
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]., Volumen7

1752
...not prepoffefled by the fame accidental aflbciation of ideas, are utterly unable to guefs the reafon of his merriment. Words which convey ideas of dignity in one age, are banilhed from elegant writing or converfation in another; becaufe they are in time debafed by vulgar...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volumen1

1785
...who are not prepofleftcd by the fame accidental aflociation arc utterly unable to guels the reafon of his merriment. Words which convey ideas of dignity in one age, aje banilhcd from elegant writing; pr convcrfation in another, becaufe fhey are in time debafed by...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: The Rambler

Samuel Johnson, Sir John Hawkins - 1787
...who are not prepoffeficd by the fame accidental aiTociation, are utterly unable to guefs the reafon of his merriment. Words which convey ideas of dignity in one age, are banifhed from elegant writing or converfation in another, becaufe they are in time debafed by vulgar...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson.LL.D..: The rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1792
...who are not prepofleiTed by the fame accidental aflbciation, are utterly unable to guefs the reafon of his merriment. Words which convey ideas of dignity in one age, are baniihed from elegant writing or converfation in another, becaufe they are in time debafed by vulgar...
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The British Essayists: The Rambler

Alexander Chalmers - 1802
...has been successfully employed in some ludicrous narrative, the gravest auditor finds it difficult to refrain from laughter, when they who are not prepossessed...conversation in another, because they are in time debased by rulgar mouths, and can be no longer heard without the involuntary recollection of unpleasing images....
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Select British Classics, Volumen8

1803
...has been successfully employed in some ludicrous narrative, the gravest auditor finds it difficult to refrain from laughter, when they who are not prepossessed...because they are in time debased by vulgar mouths, and can be no longer heard without the involuntary recollection of unpleasing images. When Macbeth is confirming...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, Volumen6

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...has been successfully employed in some ludicrous narrative, the gravest auditor finds it difficult to refrain from laughter, when they who are not prepossessed...because they are in time debased by vulgar mouths, and can be no longer -be;:r;l without the involuntary recollection of unpleasTtowge?. •jien Macbeth is...
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The Rambler, by S. Johnson, Volumen4

1806
...has been successfully employed in some ludicrous narrative, the gravest auditor finds it difficult to refrain from laughter, when they who are not prepossessed...convey ideas of dignity in one age, are banished from elegwxt vmtwv^r or xmversation in another,, because they are in time lebased by vulgar mouths, and...
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The British Essayists;: Rambler

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...has been successfully employed in some ludicrous narrative, the gravest auditor finds it difficult to refrain from laughter, when they who are not prepossessed...because they are in time debased by vulgar mouths, and can be no longer heard without the involuntary recollection of unpleasing images. When Macbeth is confirming...
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The Rambler, Volumen4

Samuel Johnson - 1809
...has been successfully employed in some ludicrous narrative, the gravest auditor finds it difficult to refrain from laughter, when they who are not prepossessed...because they are in time debased by vulgar mouths, and can be no longer heard without the involuntary recollection of unpleasing images. When Macbeth is confirming...
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