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" But here more slow, where all are slaves to gold, Where looks are merchandise, and smiles are sold; Where won by bribes, by flatteries implor'd, The groom retails the favours of his lord. But hark! th... "
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by Samuel Johnson - 1809
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A critical review of the liberties of British subjects, with a comparative ...

Charles Lucas - 1750
...But hert more flow, where all are Slaves to Gold, Where Looks are Merchandife, and Smiles are fold; Where won by Bribes, by Flatteries implor'd, The Groom retails the Favours of his Lord. IN the 1 8th p. this great Man, with his vfual Msdejly, contradidb, in part, and tacitly confefles...
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A Collection of Poems: In Four Volumes, Volume 1

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1755
...But here more flow, where all are flaves to gold, Where looks are merchandife, and fmiles are fold ; Where won by bribes, by flatteries implor'd, The groom...affrighted crowd's tumultuous cries Roll through the ftreets and thunder to the fkies : Rais'd from fome pleafing dream of wealth and power, Some pompous...
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A collection of poems ...

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1758
...But here more flow, where all are flaves to gold, Where looks are merchandife, and fmiles are fold ; Where won by bribes, by flatteries implor'd, The groom...affrighted crowd's tumultuous cries Roll through the ftreets and thunder to the ikies : Rais'd from fome pleafmg dream of wealth and power, Some pompous...
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A Collection of Poems

1758
...But here more flow, where all are flaves to gold, Where looks are merchandife, and fmiles are fold ; Where won by bribes, by flatteries implor'd, The groom...affrighted crowd's tumultuous cries Roll through the ftreets and thunder to the (kies : Rais'd from fome pleafing dream of wealth and power, Some pompous...
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A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes, Volume 1

Robert Dodsley - English poetry - 1765
...But here more flow, where all are flaves to gold, Where looks are merchandife, and fmiles are fold ; "Where won by bribes, by flatteries implor'd, The...affrighted crowd's tumultuous cries Roll through the ftreets and thunder to the fkies : Rais'd from fome pleafing dream of wealth and pow'r, Some pompous...
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A collection of poems, by several hands [ed. by R. Dodsley]. [2 other copies ...

Collection - 1766
...But here more flow, where/all ire flaves to gold, Where looks are merchandife, and fmiles are fold; Where won by bribes, by flatteries implor'd, The groom...the favours of his lord. But hark! th' affrighted crowds tumultuous cries Roll through tke ftreets and thunder to the fkies : Rais'd from fome pleafingdream...
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The Beauties of English Poesy, Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - English poetry - 1767
...But here more flow, where all are flaves to gold, Where looks are merchandife, and fmiles are fold ; Where, won by bribes, by flatteries implor'd, The...affrighted crowd's tumultuous cries Roll through the fitters and thunder to the dies ; Rais'd from fome pleafing dream of wealth and power, Some pompous...
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Miscellaneous and fugitive pieces [chiefly of Johnson, ed. by T. Davies].

Samuel Johnson - 1774
...But here more flow, where all are Slaves to Gold, Where Looks are Merchandife, and Smiles are fold, Where won by Bribes, by Flatteries implor'd, The Groom retails the Favours of his Lord. [Cries But hark ! th' affrighted Crowd's tumultuous Roll through the Streets, and thunder to the Skies...
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Miscellaneous and Fugitive Pieces, Volume 2

Samuel Johnson, Thomas Davies - 1774
...But here more Dow, where all are Slaves to Gold, Where Looks are Merchandife, and Smiles are fold, Where won by Bribes, by Flatteries implor'd, The Groom retails the Favours of his Lord. [Cries But hark ! th' affrighted Crowd's tumultuous Roll through the Streets, and thunder to the Skies...
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'Squire Randal's excursion round London: or, A week's frolic in 1776, with ...

Randal (squire.) - 1777
...But here more flow, where all are flaves to gold, Where looks are merchandize, and fmiles are fold; Where won by bribes, by flatteries implor'd, The groom retails the favours of his Lord." Dr. JOHNSON Upon the whole, then, Oh my dear, happy, country friends, it only remains to aflure'you,...
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