The Dictionary of National Biography, Հատոր 8

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Sir Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee
Oxford University Press, 1908

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Էջ 89 - I suppose you desire to know my present situation. As there is nothing in it at which I should blush, or which mankind could censure, I see no reason for making it a secret. In short, by a very little practice as a, physician, and a very little reputation as a poet, I make a shift to live.
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Էջ 17 - That the hostile impression was not confined to the courtier, is proved by Butler's immortalising their names in the following couplet : — " Did not the learned Glynne and Maynard To make good subjects traitors strain hard...

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