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" I'll tell you one that first comes into my head. One evening, Gay and I went to see him : you know how intimately we were all acquainted. On our coming in, ' heyday, gentlemen, (says the doctor) what's the meaning of this visit? "
Lives of the English Poets: With Critical Observations on Their Works ; And ... - Страница 283
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Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets

Samuel Johnson, Peter Cunningham, Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1861
...' Heyday, gentlemen (says the Doctor), what's the meaning of this visit ? How come you to leave all the great Lords, that you are so fond of, to come...rather see you than any of them.' — ' Ay, any one that did not know you so well as I do, might believe you. But since you are come, I must get some supper...

Lives of wits and humourists, Том 1

John Timbs - 1862
...ill-nature. 'Tis so odd that there's no describing it but by facts. I'll tell you one that just comes into my head. One evening Gay and I went to see him...the Doctor, ' what's the meaning of this visit ? How come you to leave all the great lords, that you are so fond of, to come hither to see a poor Dean ?'...

Gulliver's travels into several nations of the world. With a memoir of the ...

Jonathan Swift - 1864
...Dean Swift," he says, " has an odd, blunt way, which is mistaken by strangers for ill nature. . . . One evening Gay and I went to see him. You know how...the meaning of this visit ? How came you to leave all the eat lords that you are so fond of, to come and see a poor dean (' 'Because we would rather...

Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets: With Critical Observations ..., Том 2

Samuel Johnson - 1866
...' Heyday, gentlemen (says the Doctor), what's the meaning of this visit ? How come yon to leave all the great Lords, that you are so fond of, to come...— ' Because we would rather see you than any of them.1 — ' Ay, any one that did not know you so well as I do, might believe you. But since yon are...

Home Pictures of English Poets, for Fireside and Schoolroom

Kate Sanborn - 1869 - 291 страници
...ill-nature. It is so odd, that there's no describing it but by facts. I will tell you one that first comes into my head. One evening Gay and I went to see him...the meaning of this visit ? How came you to leave all the great lords you are so fond of, to come hither to see a poor dean ? ' " ' Because we would...

IRISH WIT AND HUMOR

SWIFT, CURRAN, O'LEARY AND O'CONNEL - 1872
...is no describing it but by facts. I'll tell you one that first comes into my head. One evening Gray and I went to see him : you know how intimately we...the meaning of this visit ? How came you to leave all the Lords that you are so fond of, to come here to see a poor Dean?" u Because we would rather...

English Literature in the Eighteenth Century

Alfred Hix Welsh - 1880 - 158 страници
...you one that first comes into my head. One evening Gay and I went to see him: you know how intimalely we were all acquainted. On our coming in, "Heyday,...we would rather see you than any of them.'— "Ay, anyone that did not know so well as I do might believe you. But since you are come, I must get some...

Development of English Literature and Language, Том 2

Alfred Hix Welsh - 1883
...evening Gay and I went to see him ; you know how intimately we were all acquainted. On our coining in, "Heyday, gentlemen" (says the Doctor), " what's..."Because we would rather see you than any of them." "Ay, anyone that did not know you so well as I do might believe you. But since you are come, I must get...

The Works, Том 1

Jonathan Swift - 1883
...paying his club as at a tavern, or house of public entertainment."" The social party who assembled evening Gay and I went to see him : you know how intimately...the meaning of this visit ! How came you to leave all the great lords that you are so fond of, to come hither to see a poor Dean ?' — ' Because we...

Development of English Literature and Language, Томове 1–2

Alfred Hix Welsh - 1882
...nil acquainted. On our coming in, "Heyday, gentlemen" (says the Doctor), "what's the meaning of thin ate all other conclusions he can form'1 Necessity...is the immediate consciousness of freedom that sa them.11 "Ay, anyone that did not know you so well as 1 do might believe yon. But wince yon are come,...




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