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" My comfort amidst all this is", that i have, at the distance of half a mile, through a green lane, a forest (the vulgar call it a common) all my own, at least as good as so, for I spy no human thing in it but myself. "
Letters of Thomas Gray: Two Volumes in One - Page 22
by Thomas Gray - 1820 - 244 pages
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The Works of Thomas Gray; Containing His Poems, and Correspondence ..., Volume 1

Thomas Gray - 1807 - 316 pages
...field, yet he continues still to regale his ears and nose with their comfortable noise and stink. - He holds me mighty cheap, I perceive, for walking when...vulgar call it a common) all my own, at least as good as so, for I spy no human thing in it but myself. It is a little chaos of mountains and precipices...
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Elegant epistles: a copious selection of instructive, moral, and ...

Elegant epistles - 1812
...field, yet he continues still to regale his ears and nose with their comfortable noise and stink. He holds me mighty cheap, I perceive, for walking when...that I have at the distance of half a mile through a gree/i lane, a forest (the vulgar call it a common) all my own, at least as good as so, for I spy no...
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The Female Speaker; Or, Miscellaneous Pieces, in Prose and Verse: Selected ...

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - Readers - 1816 - 392 pages
...lie-Id, yet he continues still to regale his ears and nose with their comfortable noise and stink. He holds me mighty cheap, i perceive, for walking when...I should hunt. My comfort amidst all this is, that 1 have at the distance of half a mile through a green lane, a forest (the vulgar call it a common)all...
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The British Prose Writers: Gray's letters

British prose literature - 1821
...field, yet he continues still to regale his ears and nose with their comfortable noise and stink. He holds me mighty cheap, I perceive, for walking when...vulgar call it a common) all my own, at least as good as so, for I spy no human thing in it but myself. It is a little chaos of mountains and precipices...
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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
...field, yet he continues still to regale his ears and nose with their comfortable noise and stink. He holds me mighty cheap, I perceive, for walking when...of half a mile, through a green lane, a forest (the v\Ugar call it a common) all my own, * At Buruhuu in BiKkingtuanhirr. at least as good as so, for I...
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The Works of Thomas Gray, Esq

Thomas Gray, William Mason - 1827 - 446 pages
...field, yet he continues still to regale his ears and nose with their comfortable noise and stink. He holds me mighty cheap, I perceive, for walking when...vulgar call it a common) all my own, at least as good as so, for I spy 1 no human thing in it but myself. It is a little chaos of mountains and precipices...
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Leigh Hunt's London Journal, Volumes 1-2

Leigh Hunt - English periodicals - 1834
...after them in the field, yet he continues still to regale his ears with theii comfortable noise .... He holds me mighty cheap, I perceive, for walking when...amidst all this is, that I have at the distance of half-a-mile, through a green lane, a forest (the vulgar call it в common), all my own, at least as...
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Works, Volume 2

Thomas Gray - 1835
...field, yet he continues still to regale his ears and nose with their comfortable noise and stink. He holds me mighty cheap, I perceive, for walking when...vulgar call it a common) all my own, at least as good as so, for I spy no human thing * At Burnham, in Buckinghamshire. in it but myself. It is a little...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1840
...Gray. The latter thus describes his favourite resort, in the neighbourhood of Stoke Pogis, Bucks: — "I have at the distance of half a mile, through a...vulgar call it a common) all my own, at least as good as so, for I spy no human thing in it but myself. Both vale and hill are covered with most venerable...
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The Visitor: Or, Monthly Instructor

1840
...The latter thus describes his favourite resort, in the neighbourhood of Stoke Pogis, Bucks : — " I have at the distance of half a mile, through a green lane, a forest (the vulgar call it common) all my own, at least as good as so, for I spy no human thing in it but myself. Both vale...
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