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" We were, — a man that writes for Lord Royston ; a man that writes for Dr. Burton of York ; a third that writes for the Emperor of Germany, or Dr. Pocock, for he speaks the worst English I ever heard ; Dr. "
Chambers's Edinburgh journal, conducted by W. Chambers. [Continued as ... - Page 343
by Chambers's journal - 1885
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The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in ..., Volume 2

Robert Chambers - 1832 - 846 pages
...OLD GATES OF LONDON. The company that then assembled to study and pursue research, was composed of 'a man that writes for Lord Royston, a man that writes for Dr Burton of York, a third that writes for the emperor of Germany or Dr Pocock ; Dr Stukely, who writes...
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The Correspondence of Thomas Gray and William Mason ; with Letters to the ...

Thomas Gray - 1853 - 536 pages
...superintendent of the reading-room, who congratulated himself on the sight of so much good company. We were, — a man that writes for Lord Royston ; a man that writes for Dr. Burton, of York;J a third that writes for the Emperor of Germany, or Dr. Pocock, for he speaks the...
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The Correspondence of Thomas Gray and William Mason: To which are Added Some ...

Thomas Gray - 1853 - 536 pages
...superintendent of the reading-room, who congratulated himself on the sight of so much good company. We were, — a man that writes for Lord Royston; a man that writes for Dr. Burton, of York ; J a third that writes for the Emperor of Germany, or Dr. Pocock, for he speaks...
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A list of the books of reference in the reading room of the British museum

British museum dept. of pr. books - 1871 - 392 pages
...Mason, dated July 23, 1759, he says, — "I am just settled in my new habitation in Southampton Bow, and, though a solitary and dispirited creature, not...to myself. The Museum will be my chief amusement. I this day passed through the jaws of a great leviathan that lay in my way into the belly of Dr. Templeman,...
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Frank Leslie's Sunday Magazine, Volume 19

1886 - 590 pages
...visit to this reading-room. He says : " I am just settled in my new habitation in Southampton Bow, and, though a solitary and dispirited creature, not...he says : " We were — a man that writes for Lord Roylston ; a man that writes for Dr. Barton, of York ; a third that writes for the Emperor of Germany...
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Letters of Thomas Gray

Thomas Gray - 1899 - 268 pages
...superintendent of the reading-room, who congratulated himself on the sight of so much good company. We were, — a man that writes for Lord Royston ; a man that writes for Dr. Burton of York ; a third that writes for the Emperor of Germany, or Dr. Pocock, for he speaks the worst...
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The Letters of Thomas Gray: Including the Correspondence of Gray ..., Volume 2

Thomas Gray - 1904 - 368 pages
...particularly from yourself how you are. I am just settled in my new habitation in Southampton Bow ; and, though a solitary and dispirited creature, not...to myself. The Museum will be my chief amusement. I this day passed through the jaws of a great leviathan,8 that lay in my way, into the belly of Ferdinand,...
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The British Museum Library

Gertrude Burford Rawlings - 1916 - 240 pages
...the incumbent, Dr Wilson. Gray, the poet, admitted 2oth July 1759, thus describes his co-readers. " We were : a man that writes for Lord Royston, a man that writes for Dr Burton of York, a third that writes for the Emperor of Germany, or Dr Pocock, for he speaks the worst...
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Bare Souls

Gamaliel Bradford - 1924 - 376 pages
...conjuncture of circumstances excites his wrath, his sarcastic account of it is not to be forgotten: "We were — a man that writes for Lord Royston ; a man that writes for Dr. Burton of York; a third that writes for the Emperor of Germany, or Dr. Pocock, for he speaks the worst...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 19

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1905 - 876 pages
...superintendent of the reading-room, who congratulated himself on the sight of so much good company. We were : a man that writes for Lord Royston, a man that writes for Dr. Burton of York, a third that writes for the Emperor of Germany ct Dr. Pocook, for he speaks the wont...
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