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" Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there is nobody in it. I do believe you would like it, if you knew what it was without inhabitants. "
The Book of table-talk [ed. by C. MacFarlane]. - Page 165
by Book - 1847
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The Works of Thomas Gray; Containing His Poems, and Correspondence ..., Volume 1

Thomas Gray - 1807 - 316 pages
...Near Henley. I must come to town much sooner. Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there is no body in it. I do believe you would like it, if you knew...that get it an ill name and spoil all. Our friend Dr. * * -j- (one of its nuisances) is not expected here again in a hurry. He is gone to his grave with...
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Elegant epistles: a copious selection of instructive, moral, and ...

Elegant epistles - 1812
...Michaelmas; but I fear I must come to town much sooner. Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there inobody in it. I do believe you would like it, if you knew what it was without inhahitants. It is they, I assure you, that get it an ill name and spoil all. Our friend Dr. (one of...
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The letters; with important additions and corrections from his own ...

Thomas Gray, John Mitford - 1816
...scene, it must be confessed) till Mich&elmsts; but I fear 1 must come to town much sooner. Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there is nobody in it....that get it an ill name and spoil all. Our friend Dr. * * f (one of its nuisances) is not expected here again in a hurry. He is gone to his grave with five...
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The British Prose Writers: Gray's letters

British prose literature - 1821
...but I fear F must come to town much sooner. Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there is no body in it. I do believe you would like it, if you knew...again in a hurry. He is gone to his grave with five fiuc mackarel (large and full of roe) in • Physician at Epsom, With this gentleman Mr. Cray commenced...
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Letters of Thomas Gray: Two Volumes in One

Thomas Gray - 1820 - 244 pages
...but I fear I must come to town much sooner. Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there is no body in it. I do believe you would like it, if you knew...of its nuisances) is not expected here again in a * Near Henley. " hurry. He is gone to his grave with five fine mackarel (large and full of roe) in...
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Poems and letters of Thomas Gray: with memoirs of his life and writings

Thomas Gray, William Mason - Poetry - 1820 - 527 pages
...scene, it must be confessed) till Michaelmas ; but I fear I must come to town much sooner. Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there is nobody in it....that get it an ill name and spoil all. Our friend Dr. * * J (one of its nuisances) is not expected here again in a hurry. He is gone to his grave with five...
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The Works of Thomas Gray, Esq

Thomas Gray, William Mason - 1827 - 446 pages
...scene, it must be confessed) till Michaelmas ; but I fear I must come to town much sooner. Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there is nobody in it....that get it an ill name and spoil all. Our friend Dr. * * f (one of its nuisances) is not expected here again in a hurry. He is gone to his grave with five...
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The Westminster Review, Volume 12

English literature - 1829
...would wish to continue here till Michaelmas ; but I fear I must come to town much sooner. Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there is nobody in it....friend Dr. (one of its nuisances) is not expected here in a hurry. He is gone to his grave with five fine mackarel (large and full of roe) in his belly. He...
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Works, Volume 3

Thomas Gray - 1835
...scene, it must be confessed) till Michaelmas ; but I fear I must come to town much sooner. Cambridge is a delight of a place, now there is nobody in it....expected here again in a hurry. He is gone to his * " My Lady Aislesbury has been much diverted, and so you will too. Gray is in this neighbourhood....
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The Works of Thomas Gray ...: Letters. Criticisms on architecture and painting

Thomas Gray, Norton Nicholls - 1835
...inhabitants. It is they, I assure you, that get it an ill name and spoil all. Our friend Dr. * * J (one of its nuisances) is not expected here again in a hurry. He is gone to his * " My Lady Aislesbury has been much diverted, and so you will too. Gray is in this neighbourhood....
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