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" No subject ever came amiss to him. He could transfer his thoughts from one thing to another with the most accommodating facility. He had the art, for which Locke was famous, of leading people to talk on their favourite subjects, and on what they knew... "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Σελίδα 342
1785
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...has often stood still, while his visitors were delighted and iustructed. No subject ever came amiss to him. He could transfer his thoughts from one thing to another with the most accommodating facility. He had the art, for which Locke was famous, of leading people to talk...

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William Keddie - 1854 - 368 σελίδες
...has often stood still, while his visitors were delighted and instructed. No subject ever came amiss to him. He could transfer his thoughts from one thing to another with the most accommodating facility. He had the art, for which Locke was famous, of leadingpeopleto talk of...

The Wesleyan methodist association magazine, Τόμος 18

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...has often stood still, while his visitors were djjighted and instructed. No subject ever came amiss to him. He could transfer his thoughts from one thing to another with the most accommodating facility. He had the art, for which Locke was famous, of leading people to talk...

The life of Samuel Johnson ... together with The journal of a tour ..., Τόμος 6

James Boswell - 1884
...press has often stood still. His visitors were delighted and instructed. No subject ever came amiss to him. He could transfer his thoughts from one thing to another with the most accommodating facility. He had the art, for which Locke was famous, of leading people to talk...

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Hester Lynch Piozzi - 1884 - 13 σελίδες
...press has often stood still. His visitors were delighted and instructed. No subject ever came amiss to him. He could transfer his thoughts from one thing to another with the most accommodating facility. He had the art, for which Locke was famous, of leading people to talk...

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George Birkbeck Norman Hill - 1897
...subject ever came amiss to him. He could transfer his thoughts from one thing to another with the most accommodating facility. He had the art, for which...famous, of leading people to talk on their favourite subjects, and on what they knew best 2. By this he acquired a great deal of information. What he once...

Blackwood's Magazine, Τόμος 214

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...writers. But he was ready for almost any topic. " No subject ever came amiss to him," wrote Tom Tyers. " He could transfer his thoughts from one thing to another with the most accommodating facility. He had the art of leading people to talk on their favourite subjects,...

The Cambridge Companion to Samuel Johnson

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...conversational talents of good talking combined with good listening, "the art," as Thomas Tyers remarks, "for which Locke was famous of leading people to talk on their favourite subjects, and on what they knew best. By this [Johnson] acquired a great deal of information. What...
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