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" I cannot keep an ingenious man to go daily to Will's under twopence each day, merely for his charges; to White's under sixpence; nor to the Grecian, without allowing him some plain Spanish, to be as able as others at the learned table; and that a good... "
The Tatler - Page 3
1804
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Tatler & Guardian

1831 - 244 pages
...other subect shall be dated from my own apartment. "I once more desire my reader to consider, that as I cannot keep an ingenious man to go daily to Will's under twopence each day, merely or his charges ; to White's under sixpence ; nor о the Grecian, without allowing him some plain Spanish,...
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Sir Roger de Coverley

Joseph Addison - English essays - 1852 - 233 pages
...disputed at a particular table. ' I cannot keep an ingenious Man,' continues Bickerstaff, ' to go daily to the Grecian without allowing him some plain Spanish to be as able as others at the learned Table.' The glory of the Grecian outlasted that of the rest, and it remained a tavern till 1843. JONATHAN'S,...
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Sir Roger de Coverley

Joseph Addison - English essays - 1852 - 233 pages
...disputed at a particular table. ' I cannot keep an ingenious Man,' continues Bickerstaff, ' to go daily to the Grecian without allowing him some plain Spanish to be as able as others at the learned Table.' The glory of the Grecian outlasted that of the rest, and it remained a tavern till 1843. JONATHAN'S,...
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The Works of Joseph Addison: The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1854
...disputed at a particular table. "I cannot keep an ingenious man," continues liickerstaff, "to go daily to the 'Grecian' without allowing him some plain Spanish to be as able as others at the learned table." The glory of the "Grecian" outlasted that of the rest of the coffee-houses, and it remained • tavern...
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The Works of Joseph Addison: Including the Whole Contents of Bp ..., Volume 4

Joseph Addison - English literature - 1854
...disputed at a particular table. "I cannot keep an ingenious man," continues Bickerstaff, "to go daily to the 'Grecian' without allowing him some plain Spanish to be as able as others at the learned table." The glory of the "Grecian" outlasted that of the rest of the coffee-houses, and it remained a tavern...
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The Works Of... Joseph Addison

Joseph Addison - 1854
...disputed at a particular table. "I cannot keep an ingenious man," continues Bickeretaff, "to go daily to the 'Grecian' without allowing him some plain Spanish to be as able as others at the learned table." The glory of the "Grecian" outlasted that of the rest of the coffee-houses, and it remained • tavern...
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The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1856
...disputed at a particular table. "I cannot keep an ingenious man," continues Bickerstaff, "to go daily to the 'Grecian' without allowing him some plain Spanish to be as able as others at the learned table." The glory of th« " Grecian " outlasted that of the rest of the coffee-houses, and it remained a tavern...
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The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1856
...disputed at a particular table. "I cannot keep an ingenious man," continues BiekerBtaff, "to go daily to the 'Grecian' without allowing "him some plain...Spanish to be as able as others at the learned table." The glory of the " Grecian " outlasted that of the rest of the coffee-houses, and it remained a tavern...
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Social Life in the Reign of Queen Anne: Taken from Original Sources, Volume 1

John Ashton - Great Britain - 1882
...attending the production of the paper, says : ' I once more desire my readers to consider, that as I cannot keep an ingenious man to go daily to Will's under two pence each day, merely for his charges ; to White's under sixpence ; nor to the Grecian, without...
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The Tatler: Selected Essays

English essays - 1888 - 478 pages
...other subject shall be dated from my own Apartment. I once more desire my reader to consider, that as I cannot keep an ingenious man to go daily to Will's...that a good observer cannot speak with even Kidney § at St. James's without clean linen ; I say, these considerations will, I hope, make all persons...
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