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Grocott & Ward, comps.  Grocott’s Familiar Quotations, 6th ed.  189-?.
 
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He that wold not when he might,
He shall not when he wold-a.
        Anonymous.—The Baffled Knight, 2 Percy Rel. 363.
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But sure ’tis pleasant as we walk, to see
The pointed finger—hear the loud That’s he,
On every side.
        Persius.—Sat. I. Line 27; and there is a story of Demosthenes himself having confessed that he had taken great pleasure in hearing a tankerwoman say as he passed, “This is that Demosthenes!”
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Ah ’tis sweet among the thickest
To be found out, and pointed at by name.
        Wolcot.—Ode 15, A.D. 1786.
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