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" I assure you, my dear sir, that you truly hurt me with your pecuniary parcel. It degrades me in my own eyes. "
Lives of Scottish Poets: With Ports. and Vignettes - Страница 82
по Joseph] [Robertson - 1822
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The Works of Robert Burns: With an Account of His Life, and a ..., Том 1

Robert Burns, James Currie - 1814
...in the rank whieh she holds in life, hut in the dress and eharaeter of a eottager. No. XXVIII. Mr. BURNS to Mr. THOMSON. July, 1793. I assure you, my dear sir, that you truly hurt me with your peeuniary pareel. It degrades me m my own eyes. However, to return it would sa»our of aflfeetation...

The Scottish Minstrel: Being a Complete Collection of Burns' Songs ...

Robert Burns - 1818 - 312 страници
...her in the rank whieh she holds in life, hut in the dress and eharaeter of a eottager. No. xx\n1. Mr. BURNS to Mr. THOMSON. July, 1793. I assure you, my dear sir, that you truly hurt me with your peeuniary pareel. It degrades me in my own eyes. Howevsr, to return it would savour of affeetation...

Lives of Scottish Poets ...

Society of Ancient Scots - 1822
...them all, and to work himself into a fever of malignant benevolence to relieve the general tameuess of his performance." The following is the letter by...1793. " I ASSURE you, my dear Sir, that you truly burt me with your pecuniary parcel. It degrades me in my own eyes. However, to return it, would savour...

Life of Robert Burns

John Gibson Lockhart - 1828 - 446 страници
...do, our correspondence is at an end." To which letter (it enclosed L.5) Barns thus replies : — " I assure you, my dear sir, that you truly hurt me with your pecuniary parcel. It degrades roe in my own eyes. However, to return it would savour of affectation ; but as to any more traffic...

Life of Robert Burns

John Gibson Lockhart - 1831 - 320 страници
...do, our correspondence is at an end." To which letter (it inclosed £5) Burns thus replies : — " I assure you, my dear sir, that you truly hurt me...degrades me in my own eyes. However, to return it would savor of affectation ; but as to any more traffic of that debtor and creditor kind, I swear by that...

The Works of Robert Burns: With His Life, Том 5

Robert Burns, Allan Cunningham - 1834
...the maut wi' me," — it occurs oftener than once in the manuscript. — ED.] No. XXVIII. BURNS TO G. THOMSON. July, 1793. I ASSURE you, my dear Sir, that you truly liurt me with your pecuniary parcel. It degrades me in my own eyes. However, to return it would savour...

The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge ...

1836
...do, our correspondence is at an end.' Burns, in his reply to this communication says, ' I assure you that you truly hurt me with your pecuniary parcel....degrades me in my own eyes.' However, to return it, he adds, would savour of affectation ; hut he protests in the strongest terms against ' any more traffic...

The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Том 6

1836
...do, our correspondence is at an end.' Burns, in his reply to this communication says, ' I assure you that you truly hurt me with your pecuniary parcel....degrades me in my own eyes.' However, to return it, he adds, would savour of affectation ; but he protests in the strongest terms against ' any more traffic...

The Works of Robert Burns: Containing His Life, Том 2

Robert Burns, John Gibson Lockhart - 1837 - 425 страници
...in the dren and character of i cottager. No. XXVIIL THE POET TO MR. THOMSON. July, 1793. I AiitiME you. my dear Sir, that you truly hurt me with your pecuniary parcel. It degrade« me in my own eyes. However, to return it would aarour of affectation ; but as to any more...

Select works of the British poets: in a chronological series from Falconer ...

John Aikin - 1838 - 732 страници
...to whom." In answer to a letter from Mr. Thomson.enclosing him 5I. for some of his songs, he rays, " I assure you, my dear sir, that you truly hurt me with your pecuniary parcel. It degrades me in mv own eyes. However, to return it would savour of affectation ; but, as to any more traffic of that...




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