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" ... desiring some immediate relief; which when he brought back to the writer, he called the woman of the house directly to partake of punch, and pass their time in merriment.* It was not till ten years after, I dare say, that something in Dr. "
The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and Literary Journal - Страница 296
1786
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Vicar of Wakefield, Том 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1766
...time in merriment. " It was not till ten years after, I dare fay, that fomething in Dr. GoldfmitWs behaviour ftruck me with an idea that he was the very man, and then "Johnfon confej/ed that he was fo ; the novel was the charming Vicar of Wakefeld." The next verfan of the ftory...

The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

1786
...their time in merriment. It was not till ten years after, I dare fay, that fomething in Dr Goldfmith's behaviour ftruck me with an idea that he was the very...fo; the novel was the charming Vicar of Wakefield. Dr Johnfon's knowledge and eftecm of what we call low or coarfè life was indeed prodigious ; and he...

The Gentleman's Magazine, Том 59

1786
...time in merriment.— It was not till ten yean after, I dare fay, that fomething in Dr. Goldfmith's behaviour ftruck me with an idea that he was the very man, and then Johnfon confefled that he was fo. Tke novel was i he charming ficar of Wakejitld — — There was a Mr. Boyfe too, of whofe ingenuity...

Anecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: during the last twenty years ...

Hester Lynch Piozzi - 1786 - 306 страници
...time in merriment. u It was not till ten years after, I dare fay, that fomething in Dr. Goldfmith's behaviour ftruck me with an idea that he was the very man, and then Johnfon confeflfed that he was fo ; the novel was the charming Vicar of Wakefield. There was a Mr. Boyce too,...

Anecdotes of the Late Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: During the Last Twenty Years ...

Hester Lynch Piozzi - 1786 - 306 страници
...merriment. • • I 4 :? It was not till ten years after, I dare fay, that fomething in Dr. Goldfmith's behaviour ftruck me with an idea that he was the very man, and then Johnfbn confefled that he was fo ; the novel was the charming Vicar of Wakefield. t There was a Mr....

The Thespian Dictionary: Or, Dramatic Biography of the Eighteenth Century ...

1802 - 275 страници
...in merriment.— It was not till ten years after, that something in Dr. Goldsmith's hehaviour struck me with an idea that he was the very man, and then Johnson confessed that he was so ; the novel was the charming " Vicar of Wakefield." GOODALL, (Mrs.)...

The Beauties of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Consisting of Maxims and Observations ...

Samuel Johnson - 1804 - 394 страници
...merriment. , It was not till ten years after, I dare say, that something in Dr. Goldsmith-s behaviour struck me with an idea that he was the very man, and then Johnson con- ' I'essed that it was so ; the novel was the charming Vicar of WakefieicL There was a...

The Thespian Dictionary: Or, Dramatic Biography of the Present Age ...

1805 - 390 страници
...merriment. — It was not till ten years after, that something in Dr. Goldsmith's bebaviour struck me with an idea that he was the very man, and then Jobnson confessed that he was so ; the novel was the charming " Vicar of Wakefield." GOODALL, (Mrs.)...

Anecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson, LL.D. during the last twenty years of ...

Hester Lynch Piozzi - 1826 - 237 страници
...merriment. lt was not till ten years after, I dare say, that something in Dr. Goldsmith's behaviour struck me with an idea that he was the very man, and then Johnson confessed that he was so ; the novel was the charming Vicar of Wakefield. There was a Mr. Boyce...

The life and adventures of Oliver Goldsmith

John Forster - 1848 - 704 страници
...concludes, ' till ten years after, I dare say, that something in Doctor ' Goldsmith's behaviour struck me with an idea that he was ' the very man ; and then Johnson confessed that he was so.' A more scrupulous and patient writer corrects some inaccuracies...




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