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" ... the crowd behind them to look on. The crowd takes them at their word. Patriot, philosopher, and poet, are shouted in their train. Where was there ever so much merit seen ; no times so important as our own ; ages yet unborn shall gaze with wonder and... "
The Polite Miscellany: Containing Variety of Food for the Mind; Being an ... - Page 203
1764 - 370 pages
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The Monthly Review, or, Literary Journal Volume XXII.

Several Hands - 1760
...fpe<ik to our hearts, a.11 * equally fancy thcmfelves walking forward to immortality, * and dcfire the crowd behind them to look on. The crowd * takes...them at their word. Patriot, Philofopher, and Poet, * arefhouted in their train. Where was there ever fo much * merit fecn ? no times fo important as our...
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The Beauties of All Magazines Selected for ..., Volume 2

1763
...behind them to look on. The crowd take* them at their word : patriot, philofopher, and poet, are ihouted in their train. Where was there ever fo much merit...no time fo important as our own ; ages, yet unborn, (hall gaze with wonder and applaufe ! To fuch mufic the important pigmy moves forward, buttling and...
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Essays

Oliver Goldsmith - 1765 - 236 pages
...only fpeak to our hearts ; all- eOjUally rancy themfelves walking forward to immortality, and defire the crowd behind them to look on. The crowd takes them at their word. Patriot, EZ phiphilofopher and poet, arefhouted in their train. " Where was there ever fo much merit feen ;...
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Essays

Oliver Goldsmith - 1765 - 236 pages
...them to look on. The crowd takes them at their word. Patriot, E 2 phiphilofopher and poet, arefhoutcd in their train, " Where was there ever fo much merit feen ; " no times fo important as our own ; ages, yet *•' unbornf t ma]l gaze with wonder and ap*' plaufe ' To...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose ..., Volume 2

1797 - 1120 pages
...mould only fpeak to our hearts; all equally fancy themfelves walking forward to immortality, and uelire the crowd behind them to look on. The crowd takes...at their word. Patriot, philofopher, and poet, are (houted in their train. " Where was there ever " fo much merit feen ? no time fo im" portatu as our...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose

Vicesimus Knox - English prose literature - 1797
...mould only fpeak to our hearts; all equally fancy themfclves walking forward toimmortality, and dvfire the crowd behind them to look on. The crowd takes...them at their word. Patriot, philofopher, and poet, arc fhouted in their train. " Where was there ever " fo much merit feen ? no time fo im" portant as...
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Select British Classics, Volume 3

English literature - 1804
...should only speak to our hearts; all equally fancy themselves walking forward to immortality, and desire the crowd behind them to look on. The crowd takes them at their word. Patriot, philosopher, and poet, are shouted in their train. Where was there ever so much merit seen ; no times...
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The miscellaneous works of OLiver Goldsmith [ed. by S. Rose].

Oliver Goldsmith, Thomas Percy (bp. of Dromore.) - 1806
...only speak to our hearts; all equally fancy themselves walk,, ing forward to immortality, and deSire the crowd behind them to look on. The crowd takes them at their word. Patriot, philosopher, and poet, are shouted in their train. Where was there ever so much merit seen ; no times...
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The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.

Oliver Goldsmith - 1809
...only speak to our hearts ; all equally fancy themselves walking forward to immortality, and desire the crowd behind them to look on. The crowd takes them at their word. Patriot, philosopher, and poet, are shouted in their train. Where was there ever so much merit seen ; no times...
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Essays, poems, and plays

Oliver Goldsmith - 1810
...shonld only speak to onr hearts; all eqnally fancy themselves walking forward to immortality, and desire the crowd behind them to look on. The crowd takes them at their word. Patriot, philosopher, and poet, are shonted in their train. ' Where was there ever so mnch merit seen ? No times...
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