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The exquisitely beautiful portrait which the Rambler has painted of his friend Levett, well describes Gideon Gray, and many other village doctors, from whom Scotland reaps more benefit, and to whom she is perhaps more ungrateful than to any other class of men, excepting her schoolmasters.
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Levett, Robert, the quack doctor.
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Do you remember the verses—the sacred verses—which Johnson wrote on the death of his humble friend, Levett?
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See Levett to the grave descend; Officious, innocent, sincere, Of every friendless name the friend.
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Whose name looks the brightest now, that of Queensberry the wealthy duke, or Selwyn the wit, or Levett the poor physician?
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Mr. H. Tweed succeeded to the command as Captain, with Messrs. T. Levett and Granville Sharpe acting as Lieutenants (Mr. F. W. S. Heywood, of Holbeach Hall, being temporarily attached).
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An old quack doctor named Levett, who bled and dosed coal-heavers and hackney coachmen, and received for fees crusts of bread, bits of bacon, glasses of gin, and sometimes a little copper, completed this strange menagerie.
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Year after year Mrs Desmoulins, Polly, and Levett, continued to torment him and to live upon him.
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Examples of Levett

Example #1
Such a rural man of medicine is usually the inhabitant of some pretty borough or village, which forms the central point of his practice.
Example #2
The toil of every day supplied.
Example #3
I know how unpopular egotism is in this House.
Example #4
Those words shall be very few.
Example #5
And it was from his affection and gratitude most likely, and from that eager devotion for his mistress, which characterized all Esmond’s youth, that the young man subscribed to this, and other articles of faith, which his fond benefactress set him.
Example #6
Lord Castlewood might have been won over, no doubt, but his wife never could: and he submitted his conscience to hers in this case as he did in most others, when he was not tempted too sorely.