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" We are indeed so often conversant with one set of objects, and tired out with so many repeated shows of the same things, that whatever is new or uncommon contributes a little to vary human life, and to divert our minds, for a while, with the strangeness... "
The British Essayists - Seite 136
herausgegeben von - 1808
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Ichnographia Rustica, Band 3

Stephen Switzer - 1718
...with one Sett of Obje8st and tired out with fo many repeated Shows of the fame things, that whatfoever is New or Uncommon, contributes a. little to vary...Life, And to divert our Minds for a while, with the ftrangenefs of its Appearance : It fervet us for A kind ofRefrejhtvent) and takes off from the Satiety...
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The Spectator, Band 6

1729
...one Set of Objecis, and tiredout with fomany repeated Shows of thcfameThings, that whatever is nevj or uncommon contributes a little to vary human Life, and to divert our Minds, for a while, with the Strangenefs of its Appearance : It ferves us for a kind of Refrefhment, and takes off from that Satiety...
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The Spectator, Band 6

1767
...one fet of objeds, and tired out with fo many repeated mows of the fame things, that whatever is neiv or uncommon contributes a little to vary human life, and to divert our minds, for a while. with the ftrangenefs of its appearance: It ferves us for a kind of refrefhment, and takes off from that fatiety...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Band 5

1786
...Ib often converfant with one fet of objeils, and lived out with fo many repeated fhows ef the lame things, that whatever is new or uncommon contributes a little to vary human life, and to diveit( our minds, lor. a while, with the ftrangeneis of it's appearance; it ferves us for a kind of...
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Lessons in Elocution, Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and Verse: For the ...

William Scott - 1789 - 398 Seiten
...fo often converfantwith one i'et of objects and tired out with fo many repeated ftiows of the fame things, that whatever is new or uncommon contributes...life, and to divert our minds for a while with the ftrangenefs of its appearance ; it ferves us for a . kind of refreftunenr, and takes oft" from that...
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Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, Band 1

Hugh Blair - 1793
...fo " converfant with one fet of objects, and tired " oat with fo many repeated fhows of the fame " things, that whatever is new or uncommon ** contributes...and to *' divert our minds, for a while, with the ftrange*' nefs of its appearance. It lerves us for a kind *'. of relreihment, and takes off from that...
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Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres, Band 2

Hugh Blair - 1801
...*' tired out with fo many repeated fliows of the " fame things, that whatever is new or uncom" mon contributes a little to vary human life, and ** to divert our minds , for a while , with the " ftrangenefs of its appearance. It ferves us for a " kind of refrefliment, and takes off from that...
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The Spectator ...

1803
...indeed so often conversant with one set of objects, and tired out with so many repeated shows of the same things, that whatever is new or uncommon contributes...on a monster, and makes even the imperfections of na1ure please us. It is this that recommends variety, where the mind is every instant called off to...
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Select British Classics, Band 16

1803
...so often conversant with one set of objects, and tired out with so many repeated shows of the sama things, that whatever is new or uncommon contributes...little to vary human life, and to divert our minds, foe a while, with the strangeness of its appearance: itserves us for a kind of refreshment, and takes...
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Selections from the Spectator, Tatler, Guardian, and Freeholder: Selections ...

1804
...indeed so often conversant with one set of objects, and tired out with so many repeated shows of the same things, that whatever is new or uncommon contributes...little to vary human life, and to divert our minds, (or a while, with the strangeness of its appearance. It serves us for a kind of refreshment, and takes...
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