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" ... has not made the experiment, or who is not accustomed to require rigorous accuracy from himself, will scarcely believe how much a few hours take from certainty of knowledge, and distinctness of imagery ; how the succession of objects will be broken,... "
Miscellaneous essays. Political tracts. A journey to the Western islands of ... - Page 390
by Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy, Alexander Chalmers - 1810
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A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland

Samuel Johnson - 1775 - 268 pages
...and conglobated in to one grofs and general idea. To this dilatory notation muft be imputed the falfe relations of travellers, where there is no imaginable motive to deceive. They trufted to memory, what cannot be trufted fafely but to the eye, and told by guefs what a few hours...
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Political tracts. Political essays. Miscellaneous essays. A journey to the ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...and conglobated into one grofs and general idea. To this dilatory notation muft be imputed the falfe relations of travellers, where there is no imaginable motive to deceive. They trufted to memory what cannot be trufted faTely but to the eye, and told by guefs what a few hours...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Political tracts. Political essays ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...and conglobated into one grois and general idea. To this dilatory notation muft be imputed the falfe relations of travellers, where there is no imaginable motive to deceive. They trufted to memory what cannot be trulted fafely but to the eye, and told by guefs what a few hours...
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A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland

Samuel Johnson - 1792 - 235 pages
...and conglobated into one grofe and general idea. To this dilatory notation muft be imputed the falfe relations of travellers,. where there is no imaginable motive to deceive. They trufted to memory, what cannot be trufted fafely but to the eye, and told by guefs what a few houEs...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson - 1801
...and conglobated into one grofs and general idea. To this dilatory notation muft be imputed the falfe relations of travellers, where there is no imaginable motive to deceive. They trufted to memory what cannot be trufted fafely but to the eye, and told by guefs what a few hours...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson - 1801
...and conglobated into one grofs and general idea. To thfs dilatory notation muft be imputed the falfe relations of travellers, where there is no imaginable motive to deceive. They trufted to memory what cannot be trufted fafely but to the eye, and told by guefs what a few hours...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson - 1806
...imagery ; how the succession of objects will be broken, how separate parts will be confused, and how many particular features and discriminations will be compressed...travellers, where there is no imaginable motive to deceiye. They trusted to memory what cannot be trusted safely but to the eye, and told by guess what...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: With An essay on his life and ..., Volume 8

Samuel Johnson - 1810
...be no great errour, nor do I much doubt but the Highlander, whom we employed, reported the ntimber right. More nicety however is better, and no man should...compressed and conglobated into one gross and general idea. X To this dilatory notation must be imputed the false relations of travellers, where there is no imaginable...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, L. L. D.: In Twelve Volumes, Volume 8

Samuel Johnson - 1811
...imagery ; how the succession of objects will be broken, how separate parts will be confused, and how many particular features and discriminations will be compressed...known with certainty. Thus it was that Wheeler and Spm described with irreconcilable contrariety things which they surveyed together, and which both undoubtedly...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, Volume 9

Samuel Johnson - 1818
...imagery ; how the succession of objects will be broken, how separate parts will be confused, and how many particular features and discriminations will be compressed...To this dilatory notation must be imputed the false VOL. IX. O J relations of travellers, where there is no imaginable motive to deceive. They trusted...
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