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"For in writing what I have set about, I shall confine myself neither to his rules, nor to any man's rules that ever lived."

"The beginning of the last chapter, I informed you exactly when I was born; but I did not inform you how"

"Did not Dr. Kunastrokius, that great man, at his leisure hours, take the greatest delight imaginable in combing of asses tails, and plucking the dead hairs out with his teeth, though he had tweezers always in his pocket?"

"With all this sail, poor Yorick carried not one ounce of ballast; he was utterly unpractised in the world; and at the age of twenty-six, knew just about as well how to steer his course in it, as a romping, unsuspicious girl of thirteen."

"thou hast got an hundred enemies; and till thou hast gone on, and raised a swarm of wasps about thine ears...

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