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The United States Democratic Review - Page 394
1856
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The Monthly anthology, and Boston review

1806
...drudge for bread, and talk of birds and beasts and creeping things, which Pidcock's show-man would have done as well. Poor fellow, he hardly knew an ass from...saw it on the table. But publishers hate poetry, and PaternosterRow is not Parnassus. Even the mighty Doctor Hill, who was not a very delicate feeder, could...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 6

1806
...talk of birds, and beasts, and creeping things, which Pidcock's show-man would have done as well. Pour fellow, he hardly knew an ass from a mule, nor a turkey...saw it on the table. But publishers hate poetry, and Paternoster-row is not Parn iisus. Even the mighty doctor Hill, who was not a very delicate OLIvEE...
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Censura Literaria: Containing Titles, Abstracts, and Opinions ..., Volumes 5-6

Sir Egerton Brydges - Bibliography - 1807
...drudge for bread, and talk of birds and beasts, and creeping things, which Pidcock's showman would have done as well. Poor fellow ! he hardly knew an ass...it on the table. But publishers hate poetry,* and Paternoster-Row is not Parnassu^f " &c. Such is the testimony .of men, who had a personal acquaintance...
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Memoirs of Richard Cumberland, Volume 1

Richard Cumberland - Authors, English - 1807 - 432 pages
...drudge for breadx and talk of birds and beasts and creeping things^ which Pidcock's show-man would have done as well. Poor fellow, he hardly knew an ass from...saw it on the table. But publishers hate poetry, and Paternoster-Row is not Parnassus. Even the mighty Doctor Hill, who was not a very delicate feeder,...
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The Prosaic Garland: Consisting of Upwards of Two-hundred Pieces Selected ...

English prose literature - 1807 - 260 pages
...drndge for bread, and talk of birds and beasts, and creeping things, which Pidcock's showman would have done as well. Poor fellow ! he hardly knew an ass...turkey from a goose, but when he saw it on the table I"— Cumberland. THE NEW TESTAMENT IS an invaluable record, and its contents in every point of view...
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The Life of Richard Cumberland, Esq: Embracing a Critical Examination of His ...

William Mudford - Dramatists, English - 1812 - 621 pages
...drudge for bread, and talk of birds and beasts and creeping things, which Pidcock's show-man would have done as well. Poor fellow, he hardly knew an ass from...saw it on the table. But publishers hate poetry, and Paternoster-Row is not Parnassus. Even the mighty Dr. Hill, who was not a very delicate feeder, could...
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The miscellaneous works of Oliver Goldsmith, with an account of ..., Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1825
...for bread, and talk of birds, and beasts, and' creeping things, which Pidcock's showman would have done as well. Poor fellow, he hardly knew an ass from...it on the table,. But publishers hate poetry, and Paternoster-row is not Parnassus. Even the mighty Dr Hill, who was not a very delicate feeder, could...
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New elegant extracts: a unique selection, moral, instructive and ..., Volume 2

Richard Alfred Davenport - Conduct of life - 1827
...drudge for bread, and talk of birds and beasts and creeping things, which Pidcock's showman would have done as well. Poor fellow, he hardly knew an ass from...saw it on the table. But publishers hate poetry, and Paternoster-row is not Parnassus. Even the mighty Doctor Hill, who was not a very delicate feeder,...
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New elegant extracts: A unique selection ... from the most eminent prose and ...

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1827
...drudge for bread, and talk of birds and beasts and creeping things, which Pidcock's showman would have done as well. Poor fellow, he hardly knew an ass from...saw it on the table. But publishers hate poetry, and Paternoster-row is not Parnassus. Even the mighty Doctor Hill, who was not a very delicate feeder,...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent prose and epistolary ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...drudge for bread, and talk of birds and beasts and creeping things, which Pidcock's showman would have done as well. Poor fellow, he hardly knew an ass from...saw it on the table. But publishers hate poetry, and Paternoster-row is not Parnassus. Even the mighty Doctor Hill, who was not a very delicate feeder,...
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