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" It having been observed that there was little hospitality in London : — JOHNSON. ' Nay, sir, any man who has a name, or who has the power of pleasing, will be very generally invited in London. The man Sterne, I have been told, has had engagements for... "
The life of Samuel Johnson. [With] The principal corrections and additions ... - Página 228
por James Boswell - 1807
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Roundabout Papers: (from the Cornhill Magazine) To which is Added The Second ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1883 - 642 páginas
...and ready to throw his periwig in the face of the audience." — GRAY'S Letters : June unit, 1 760. " It having been observed that there was little hospitality...' And a very dull fellow.' Johnson : ' Why no, sir ' •' — BOSWELL'S Life of Johnson. " Her [Miss Monckton's] vivacity enchanted the sage, and they...
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... Roundabout Papers: To which is Added, The Second Funeral of Napolean ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1883 - 819 páginas
...audience." — GRAY'S Letters: Junr 22nd, 17(K). " It having been observed that there was little hospitnlity in London — Johnson : ' Nay, sir, any man who has...And a very dull fellow.' Johnson : ' Why, no, sir.' " — BOSWELL'S Life of Johnson. " Her [Miss Monckton's) vivacity enchanted the sage, and they used...
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Roundabout Papers: (From the Cornhill Magazine) To which is Added, The ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1884 - 642 páginas
...and ready to throw his periwig in the face of the audience." — GRAY'S Letters: Jiinczznd, 1760. " It having been observed that there was little hospitality...engagements for three months.' Goldsmith : ' And a very dull fellow.1 Johnson : ' Why no, sir.' " — BOSWELL'S Life of 'Johnson. " Her [Miss Monckton's] vivacity...
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The life of Samuel Johnson ... together with The journal of a tour ..., Volumen1

James Boswell - 1884
...reach of his claws." GOLDSMITH. " His claws can do you no harm, when you have the shield of truth." who has the power of pleasing, will be very generally..."And a very dull fellow." JOHNSON. " Why, no, Sir." l Martinelli told us, that for several years he lived much with Charles Townshend, 2 and that he ventured...
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Our Great Writers, Or, Popular Chapters on Some Leading Authors

Samuel Andrews (M.A.) - 1884 - 275 páginas
...all his good and genial qualities, was a little addicted to envy. Take another scrap from Boswell : ' It having been observed that there was little hospitality...has the power of pleasing, will be very generally visited in London. The man Sterne, I have been told, has had engagements for three months. GOLDSMITH...
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Johnsoniana: Life, Opinions, and Table-talk of Doctor Johnson

Samuel Johnson - 1884 - 319 páginas
...was a point of duty that called him away, and added, "We shall be sorry to lose you : laudo tamm." It having been observed that there was little hospitality...has a name, or who has the power of pleasing will be generally invited in London. The man Sterne, 1 have been told, has had engagements for three months."...
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: The citizen of the world. Polite learning in ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1885
...Boswell's Johnson, is a further proof of this. Boswell reports (Napier's 8vo. ed., vol. ii., p. 68), " It having been observed that there was little hospitality...And a very dull fellow.' JOHNSON. ' Why, no, Sir.'" See also Letter LXXV.— ED. to the meanest capacities, and address those passions which all have,...
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: The Citizen of the world. Polite learning in ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1885
...Boswell's Johnson, is a further proof of this. Boswell reports (Napier's 8vo. ed., vol. ii., p. 68), " It having been observed that there was little hospitality...And a very dull fellow.' JOHNSON. ' Why, no, Sir.'" See also Letter LXXV.— ED. to the meanest capacities, and address those passions which all have,...
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The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray, Volumen23

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1885
...and ready to throw his periwig in the face of the audience." — GRAY'S Letters : June 22nd, 1760. "It having been observed that there was little hospitality...And a very dull fellow.' Johnson : ' Why, no, sir.' " — BOSWELL'S Life of Johnson. "Her [Miss Monckton's] vivacity enchanted the sage, and they used...
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Lectures on the English humourists of the eighteenth century: Mit ..., Volumen1

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1885
...and ready to throw his periwig in the face of the audience." — Gray's Letters3°), June 22nd, 1760. "It having been observed that there was little hospitality in London — Johnson: 'Nay, Sir31), any man who has a name, or who has the power of pleasing, will be very generally invited in...
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