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" He had the advantage both in learning and, in my opinion, genius: they both agreed in wanting money in spite of all their friends, and would have wanted it, if their hereditary lands had been as extensive as their imagination; yet each of them [was] so... "
The history of Tom Jones - Página 6
por Henry Fielding - 1832
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The Works of the Right Honourable Lady Mary Wortley Montagu ..., Volumen4

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1805
...in my opinion, genius: they both agreed in wanting money in spite t>f all their friends, and-would have wanted it, if their hereditary lands had been as extensive as their imagination; yet each of'diem was so formed for happiness, it is pity he was not immortal. I have read the Cry; and if I...
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Essays, Biographical, Critical and Historical, Illustrative of the Tatler ...

Nathan Drake - 1814
...in wanting money in spite of ail their friends, and would have wanted it, if their hereditary landi had been as extensive as their imagination ; yet each...formed for happiness, it is pity he was not immortal." Montagu's Works, vol. 4. p. 307, edition by PlalUpt. That he keenly felt the miseries of his dependency,...
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The Works: I. Letters, during her residence abroad, 1746-1756

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1817
...in my opinion, genius : they both agreed in wanting money in spite of all their friends, and would have wanted it, if their hereditary lands had been...yet each of them was so formed for happiness, it is a pity he was not immortal. I have read the Cry ; and if I would write in the style to be Admired by...
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The British Prose Writers: Lady M.W. Montagu's Letters from France and Italy

1821
...money in spite of all their friends, and would have wanted it, if their hereditary lands had been as as extensive as their imagination ; yet each of them was so formed for happiness, it is a pity he was not immortal. I have read the Cry ; and if I would write in the style to be admired by...
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Lives of the Novelists, Volumen1

Walter Scott - 1825 - 4 páginas
...in my opinion, genius ; they both agreed in wanting "money, in spite of all their friends, and would have wanted it, if their hereditary lands had been...extensive as their imagination ; yet each of them was s formed for happiness, it is pity he was not immortal." Some resources were necessary for a man of...
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The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling, Volumen1

Henry Fielding, Sir Walter Scott - 1831
...in wanting money, in spite of all their friends, and would have wanted it, if their hereditary lauds had been as extensive as their imagination ; yet each...formed for happiness, it is pity he was not immortal." A* Some resources were necessary for a man of pleasure, and Fielding found them in his pen, having,...
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The anniversary calendar, natal book, and universal mirror, Volumen1

Anniversary calendar - 1832
...and Sir Richard Steele. They both agreed in wanting money, in spite of all their friends, and would have wanted it, if their hereditary lands had been as extensive as their imaginations ; yet each of them was so formed for happiness, it is pity he was not immortal :" —...
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The Letters and Works of Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Volumen2

Lady Mary Wortley Montagu - 1837
...in my opinion, genius : they both agreed in wanting money in spite of all their friends, and would have wanted it, if their hereditary lands had been...formed for happiness, it is pity he was not immortal. I have read the Cry; and if I would write in the style to be admired by good Lord Orrery, I would tell...
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The Waverley Novels: With the Author's Last Corrections and Additions, Volumen8

Walter Scott - 1847
...and Ëd have wanted it, if their hereditary lands had as extensive as their imagination ; yet each of was so formed for happiness, it is pity he was not...found them in hi.s pen, having, as he used to say niuisclf, no alternative, but to be a hackney writer, or a hackney coachman. He at first employed himself...
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The Literature of Society, Volumen2

Mrs. A. T. Thomson - 1862
...that of Henry Fielding. 'They both agreed in wanting money, in spite of all their friends ; and would have wanted it, if their hereditary lands had been...formed for happiness it is pity he was not immortal.' .Gibber's description of Steele's mode of proceeding with the managers of Drury Lane, is as true a...
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