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- To a gentleman, who, at the close of a fierce dispute with Porson, exclaimed, "My opinion of you is most contemptible, Sir"; he retorted, "I never knew an opinion of yours that was not contemptible."
- John Selby Watson, The Life of Richard Porson, M.A. (1861), p. 385.