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" I have been some years struggling with a wretched being, with all that contempt which indigence brings with it, with all those strong passions which make contempt insupportable. What then has a gaol that is formidable ? I shall at least have the society... "
The Quarterly Review - Página 298
1836
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The Life of Oliver Goldsmith, M. B.: From a Variety of Original ..., Volumen2

Sir James Prior - 1837 - 550 páginas
...being — with all that contempt that indigence brings with it — with all those strong passions which make contempt insupportable. What, then, has a gaol...again, I am now neither able nor willing to pay you a farming, but I will be punctual to any appointment you or the tailor shall make ; thus far, at least,...
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The Life of Oliver Goldsmith, M. B.: From a Variety of Original ..., Volumen1

Sir James Prior - 1837
...being — with all that contempt that indigence brings with it — with all those strong passions which make contempt insupportable. What, then, has a gaol...society. I tell you again and again, I am now neither ahle nor willing to pay you a farthing, hut I will be punctual to any appointment you or the tailor...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen65

1837
...indigence brings with it — ' with all those strong passions which make contempt insnpport' able. What, then, has a gaol that is formidable? I shall...the society of wretches, and such is, to me, true so' ciely. I tell you again and again, 1 am now neither able nor ' willing to pay you a farthing, but...
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American Quarterly Review, Volumen21

Robert Walsh - 1837
...which make contempt insupportable. What, then, has a jail that is formidable ? I shall at least hare the society of wretches, and such is, to me } true society. I fell you again and again, I am now neither able nor willing to pay you a farthing, but I will be punctual...
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The life of Oliver Goldsmith, Volumen1

sir James Prior - 1837
...OLIVER GOLDSMITH.* "PS I shall expect impatiently the result of your resolutions." The expressions, " I am now neither able nor willing to pay you a farthing," seem to imply either resentment at the terms applied to him, or that the demand was disputed ; while...
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The Life of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.: From a Variety of Original Sources, Volumen2

Sir James Prior - 1837 - 550 páginas
...OLIVER GOLDSMITH.* " PS I shall expect impatiently the result of your resolutions." The expressions, " I am now neither able nor willing to pay you a farthing," seem to imply either resentment at the terms applied to him, or that the demand was disputed ; while...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volumen34

1855
...being, with all that contempt which indigence brings with it, and with all those strong passions which make contempt insupportable. What then has a gaol that is formidable ? I hhall at least have the society of wretches, and such is to me true society." " You scarcely can conceive,"...
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The people's art union. The historic gallery of portraits & paintings, with ...

People - 1845
...being — with all that contempt that ignorance brings with it — with all those strong passions which make contempt insupportable. What then has a gaol...society of wretches, and such is, to me, true society. . . . Had I been a sharper, had I been possessed of less good nature and native generosity, I might...
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Oliver Goldsmith: A Biography

Washington Irving - 1849 - 382 páginas
...brings with it — with all those passions which make contempt insupportable. What, then, has a jail that is formidable ? I shall at least have the society of wretches, and sueh is to me true society. I tell you, again and again, that I am neither able nor willing to pay...
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Works, Volumen11

Washington Irving - 1851
...brings with it — with all those passions which make contempt insupportable. What, then, has a jail that is formidable ? I shall at least have the society...is to me true society. I tell you, again and again, that I am neither able nor willing to pay you a farthing, but I will be punctual to any appointment...
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