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Why Sir , a common soldier is usually a very gross man , and any quality which
procures respect may be overwhelmed by grossness . A man of learning may be
so vicious or so ridiculous that you cannot respect him . A common soldier too ...
To establish it , therefore , by statute , is , I think , narrowing its foundation , which
is the broad and deep basis of Common Law . Would it not rather weaken the
right of primogeniture , or any other old and universally - acknowledged right ...
For he said , “ I forced myself to read it , only because it was a common topic of
conversation . I found it mighty dull ; and , as to the style , it is fit for the second
table . ” Why he thought so I was at a loss to conceive . He now gave it as his
Merely to read and write was a distinction at first ; but we see when reading and
writing have become general , the common people keep their stations . And so ,
were higher attainments to become general , the effect would be the same .
JOHNSON . “ I think Dodsley gave ' up the question . He and Goldsmith said the
same thing ; only he said it in a softer manner than Goldsmith did ; for he
acknowledged that there was no poetry , nothing that towered above the common
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