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Tracts for the people - Sayfa 137
Tracts for the people tarafından - 1847
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Works, 11. cilt

Washington Irving - 1851
...Temple. I told him my authority : I told how I was empowered to pay most liberally for his exertions ; and, would you believe it ! he was so absurd as to...therefore unnecessary to me ;' — and so I left him in his garret !" Who does not admire the sturdy independence of poor Goldsmith toiling in his garret...
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The Works of Washington Irving: Oliver Goldsmith

Washington Irving - 1851
...Temple. I told him my authority : I told how I was empowered to pay most liberally for his exertions ; and, would you believe it ! he was so absurd as to...therefore unnecessary to me ;' — and so I left him in his garret !" Who does not admire the sturdy independence of poor Goldsmith toiling in his garret...
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Lectures and Essays, 1. cilt

Henry Giles - 1851
...his pen. The poet occupied sordid chambers, and labored like a slave ; but here was his answer : " I can earn as much as will supply my wants without writing for any party ; the assistance therefore, which you offer is unnecessary to me." Can you think of a much stronger temptation among...
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A History of the earth and animated nature v.2, 2. cilt

Oliver Goldsmith - 1852
...Temple ; I told him my authority ; I told him I was empowered to pay most liberally for his exertions. Would you believe it ? he was so absurd as to say,...wants without writing for any party ; the assistance, therefore, you offer is unnecessary to me,' and so I left him," added Dr Scott, " in his garret." Who...
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Democritus in London: With the Mad Pranks and Comical Conceits of Motley and ...

G. D., George Daniel - 1852 - 312 sayfa
...mortal coil was borne, Seraphs might have shed them all the poet's sternly majestic answer tell ! " I can earn as much as will supply my wants without writing for any party ; the assistance, therefore, you offer is unnecessary to me." 75 Next to the sin and shame of suffering a great poet...
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Democritus in London. With the Mad Pranks and Comical Conceits of Motley and ...

George Daniel - 1852 - 312 sayfa
...mortal coil was borne, Seraphs might have shed them all the poet's sternly majestic answer tell ! " I can earn as much as will supply my wants without writing for any party ; the assistance, therefore, you offer is unnecessary to me." 7i Next to the sin and shame of suffering a great poet...
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Goldsmith's Natural history, with notes collected, with a life of O ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1853
...having been, on an after occasion, subjected to a similar charge of idiocy in the affairs of the world, was so absurd as to say, " I can earn as much as will supply my wants, without writing for party; assistance therefore is unnecessary to me." This was the secret of his indifference to the offer...
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The Life and Times of Oliver Goldsmith, 2. cilt

John Forster - 1854
...told him " my authority ; I told him that I was empowered to pay " most liberally for his exertions ; and, would you believe it ! " he was so absurd as...me.' " And so I left him," added the reverend Doctor Scott indignantly, "in his garret."* * The late Mr. Basil Montagu heard this statement from Dr. Scott...
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A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature

Oliver Goldsmith - 1854 - 998 sayfa
...Temple. I told him my authority. 1 told how I was empowered to pay most liberally for his exertions ; and, would you believe it! he was so absurd as to...without writing for any party ; the assistance you öfter is therefore unnecessary to me ' — and so I left him in his garret !" Who does not admire...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1854
...services ; but poor as Goldsmith was, he was not to be tempted by the offer. ' I can earn,' he said, ' as much as will supply my wants without writing for...assistance you offer is therefore unnecessary to me.' The The fame of ' The Traveller ' brought Goldsmith into contact with his countryman Mr. Nugent, who...
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