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" ... who speak our common tongue ; have not you, have not I, all of us reason to be thankful to this kind friend, who soothed and charmed so many hours, brought pleasure and sweet laughter to so many homes ; made such multitudes of children happy ; endowed... "
The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray - 第 370 頁
William Makepeace Thackeray 著 - 1885
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The Schoolmaster in Literature: Containing Selections from the Writings of ...

Hubert Marshall Skinner - 1892 - 608 頁
...latter was unfinished when the author died, worn out by overwork. The end came in 1870. Characterization As for the charities of Mr. Dickens, multiplied kindnesses...upon people educated and uneducated, upon the myriads who speak our common tongue, have not you, have not I, all of us, reason to be thankful to this kind...
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The Schoolmaster in Literature: Containing Selections from the Writings of ...

Hubert Marshall Skinner - 1892 - 608 頁
...has conferred upon us all, upon our children, upon people educated and uneducated, upon the myriads who speak our common tongue, have not you, have not I, all of us, reason to he thankful to this kind friend, who soothed and charmed so many hours, brought pleasure and laughter...
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Pennsylvania School Journal, 第 42 卷

1893
..." 25 " "S " 35 " "5 " »5 " »5 " =5 " 35 * 25 1 t5 ' »5 ' »5 ' «S ' «5 [DEC., HUMOR OF DICKENS As for the charities of Mr. Dickens, multiplied kindnesses...common tongue ; have not you, have not I, all of us, rea^r to be thankful to this kind friend who has soothed and charmed so many hours, brought pleasure...
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Pennsylvania School Journal, 第 44 卷

1895
...amongst needy and deserving families. 1895-3 PENNSYL VANIA SCHOOL JOURNAL. [DEC., HUMOR OF DICKENS As for the charities of Mr. Dickens, multiplied kindnesses...tongue; have not you, have not I, all of us, reason to l>e thankful to this kind friend who has soothed and charmed so many hours, brought pleasure and sweet...
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The American Word Book: Graded Lessons in Spelling, Defining, Punctuation ...

Calvin Patterson - 1897 - 192 頁
...our conversation, without loading our memories, or even making us sensible of the change. — Swift. Have not you, have not I, all of us, reason to be thankful to this kind friend, Charles Dickens, who has soothed and charmed so many hours, brought pleasure and sweet laughter to...
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, 第 7 卷

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1898
...love reigns supreme over all. I look back at the good which of late years the kind English Humourists have done ; and if you are pleased to rank the present...which he has conferred upon us all ; upon our children ; upou people educated and uneducated ; upon the myriads here and at home, who speak our common tongue...
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1898
...think that some words of appreciation of mine reached him on his death hed, and pleased and southed him in that hour of manful resignation and pain. As...has conferred upon us all : upon our children ; upon Iieople educated and uneducated ; upon the myriads here and at home, who speak our common tongue :...
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The Dickens Dictionary: A Key to the Characters and Principal Incidents in ...

Gilbert Ashville Pierce - 1900 - 573 頁
...AND CO. 565507 " As for the oiiarltles of Mr. Dlckena, multiplied kindnesses which he has con(erred upon us all, upon our children, upon people educated and uneducated, upon the myriads who speak our common tongue, have not you, hare not I, all of as, reason to be thankful to this kind...
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The Hill Readers: Book [one-five], 第 5 冊

Daniel Harvey Hill - 1906
...qualities we most admire in him is his comprehensive spirit of humanity. — The Edinburgh Review. As for the charities of Mr. Dickens, multiplied kindnesses...home, who speak our common tongue, — have not you, 5 have not I, all of us, reason to be thankful to this kind friend who soothed and charmed so many...
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Ohio Educational Monthly, 第 61 卷

1912
...his true feeling and rich thought revelation and inspiration. — Hughes'* Dickens as an Educator. "As for the charities of Mr. Dickens, multiplied kindnesses...upon people educated and uneducated, upon the myriads who speak our common tongue, have not you, have not I, all of us, reason to be thankful to this kind...
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