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I regretted much leaving London , where I had formed many agreeable
connexions : • Sir ( said he ) , I don ' t wonder at it ; no man , fond of letters ,
leaves London without ... No man is so well qualified to leave publick 134 THE
LIFE OF 1770 .
As I suppose your great work will soon be reprinted , I beg leave to trouble you
with a remark on a passage of it , in which I am a little misrepresented . Be not
alarmed ; the misrepresentation is not imputable to you . Not having the book at
served by Horace , that no ship could leave care behind : you have been
attended in your voyage by other powers , . — by benevolence and constancy ;
and I hope care did not often show her face in their company . “ I received the
copy of ...
But I first called on Goldsmith to take leave of him . The jealousy and envy which ,
though possessed of many most ' amiable qualities , he frankly avowed , broke
out violently at this interview . Upon another occasion , when Goldsmith ...
If we are to leave sartum tectum to posterity , what we have without any merit of
our own received from our ancestors , should ... If this consideration should
restrain your father from disinheriting some of the males , does it leave you the
power of ...
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