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" I shall continue good part of the summer); and having put an end to a thing, whose beginning you have seen long ago, I immediately send it you.* You will, I hope, look upon it in the light of a thing with an end to it ; a merit that most of my writings... "
Letters of Thomas Gray: Two Volumes in One - Page 197
by Thomas Gray - 1820 - 244 pages
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The Works of Thomas Gray, Esq

Thomas Gray, William Mason - 1827 - 446 pages
...from me for writing so seldom, especially as of all people living I know you are the least a friend to letters spun out of one's own brains, with all...have been here at Stoke a few days (where I shall con- . tinue good part of the summer); and having put an end the studious, but adapted to the common...
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Works, Volume 3

Thomas Gray - 1835
...from me for writing so seldom, especially as of all people living I know you are the least a friend to letters spun out of one's own brains, with all...(where I shall continue good part of the summer ;) and baring put an end to a thing,* whose beginning you have seen long ago, I immediately send it you. You...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1881
...Pogis "purchased all Gray's MSS." t In a letter dated June 12th, 1750, the poet tells Mr Walpole,—" I have been here at Stoke a few days where I shall continue a good part of the summer ; and havinj put an end to a thing whose beginning you have see; long ago,...
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The Complete Poetical Works of William Collins, Thomas Gray, and Oliver ...

Epes Sargent - English poetry - 1854 - 166 pages
...every part; but that the labor of this in a long poem would be intolerable. " where I shall continue a good part of the summer ; and, having put an end to a thing whoso beginning you have suen long ago', I immediately send it you. You will, I hope, look upon it...
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THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS OF WILLIAM COLINS, THOMAS GRAY AND OLIVER GOLDSMITH

EPES SARGENT - 1860
...part ; but that the labor of this in a long poem would be intolerable. ' ' where I shall continue a good part of the summer ; and, having put an end to...send it you. You will, I hope, look upon it in the liejht of a thing with an end to it ; a merit that most of my writings have wanted, and are like to...
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The Poetical Works of Milton, Young, Gray, Beattie, and Collins

John Milton - English poetry - 1860
...from me for writing so seldom, especially as of all people living I know yon an the least a friend to letters spun out of one's own brains, with all...that accompanies sentimental productions. I have been ben at Stoke a few days (where I shall continue good part of the summer;) and having put an end to...
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The Poetical Works of Milton, Young, Gray, Beattie, and Collins: Complete in ...

English poetry - 1867
...from me for writing so seldom, especially as of all people living I know yon аи the least a friend to letters spun out of one's own brains, with all...Stoke a few days (where I shall continue good part of th« summer;) and having put an end tot thing, whose beginning you have seen long ap, I immediately...
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Historical and Literary Curiosities: Consisting of Facsimiles of Original ...

Autographs - 1875 - 100 pages
...; since, in a Letter addressed by the Author to the Hon. Horace Walpole, dated June 12th, he says " I have been here at Stoke a few days, where I shall continue a good part of the summer ; and having put an end to a thing whose beginning you have seen long ago,...
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Select Poems of Thomas Gray

Thomas Gray - English poetry - 1886 - 143 pages
...finished until 1750, when Gray sent it to Walpole with a letter (dated June 12, 1750) in which he says : " I have been here at Stoke a few days (where I shall...seen long ago, I immediately send it you. You will, I hopr, look upon it in the light of a thing with an end to it : a merit that most of my writings have...
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Handbook to the environs of London, alphabetically arranged, Volume 2

James Thorne - 1876
...own testimony that the poem was finished at Stoke : — STOKE POGES. STOKE POGES. shall continue a good part of the summer) ; and having put an end to...beginning you have seen long ago, I immediately send it to you. You will I hope look on it in the light of a thing uith <tn end te it ; л merit that most...
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