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" Livelihood, He hunted not after Fame, Yet acquired it; Regardlefs of the Praife of his Friends, But moft fenfible of their Love. Tho' he liv'd amongft the Great, He neither learnt nor flatter'd any Vice. "
A Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ... - Page 231
by Daniel Defoe - 1748
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The Miscellaneous Works of the Late Dr. Arbuthnot, Volume 1

John Arbuthnot - 1751 - 312 pages
...moft of his Countrymen, but to gain an honeft Livelihood : He hunted not after Fame, yet' acquir'd it : Regardlefs of the Praife of his Friends, but moft fenfible of their Love : Tho' he liv'd amongft the Great, he neither learn'd nor flatter'd any Vice : He was no Bigot, tho' he doubted...
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Stow: A Description of the Magnificent Gardens of the Right Honourable ...

1756 - 32 pages
...Memory of SIGNIOR FIDO, • an Italian of good Extraction } who came into England, but to gain an honeft Livelihood. He hunted not after Fame, yet acquired...Friends, but moft fenfible of their Love. Tho' he liv'd amongft the Great, he neither learnt nor flatter 'd any Vice. He was no Bigot, Tho' he doubted...
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A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ...

Daniel Defoe - 1761
...BRITAIN. 227 to gain an honeji Livelihood. He hunted not after Fame ; yet acquired it : regardleft of the Praife of his Friends, but moft fenfible of their Love. Though he lived amongfi the Great, he neither learnt nor ftattered any Vice. He was no Bigot, nor doubted...
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The Art of Poetry on a New Plan: Illustrated with a Great Variety of ...

John Newbery - 1762
...like moft of his Countrymen, But to gain an honeft Livelyhood. He hunted not after Fame, Yet acquir'd it ; Regardlefs of the Praife of his Friends, but moft fenfible of their Love. Tho' he liv'd amorgft the Great, He neither learnt nor flatter'd any Vice. He was no Bigot, Tho' he doubted...
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The art of poetry on a new plan, illustrated with a great variety of ...

Art - 1762
...Countrymen, But to gain an honeft Livelyhood. He hunted not after Fame, Yet acquir'd it ; Begardlefi of the Praife of his Friends, but moft fenfible of their Love. Tho' he liv'd amongft the Great, He neither learnt nor flatter'd any Vice. He was no Bigot, Tho' he doubted...
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A Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University. Containing ...

1764 - 132 pages
...Extraction ; Who came into England, Not to bite us, like mod of his Countrymen, '. But to gain an honeft Livelihood. He hunted not after Fame, Yet acquired it ; Regardlefs of the Pra>'fe of his Friends, But moft fenfible of their Love. ' Tho' he liv;d amongft the Great, He neither...
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A pocket companion for Oxford. To which are added, correct descriptions of ...

1766 - 120 pages
...Extraction ; Who came into England, Not to bite us, like aioft of his Countrymen, But to gain an honeft Livelihood. . • . He hunted not after Fame, Yet...Friends, But moft fenfible of their Love. Tho' he liv'd amongft the Great, He neither learnt nor flatter'd any Vice. He was no Bigot, Tho' TJio' he doubted...
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The English Connoisseur: Containing an Account of Whatever is Curious in ...

Thomas Martyn - 1766
...bite us, like moft of his countrymen ; But to gain an honeft livelihood. He hunted not after fa.ne, Yet acquired it. Regardlefs of the praife of his friends ; But moft fenfible of their love. Tho' he liv'd amongft the great. He neither learn'd nor flattei'd any vice. He was no bigot ; Tio' he doubted...
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Miscellaneous Works of the Late Dr. Arbuthnot, Volume 1

John Arbuthnot - 1770
...Countrymen, I :but to gain an honeft Livelihood :, ,, f He hunted not after Fame, yet acquired it: Hegardlefs of the Praife of his Friends, but moft fenfible of their Love : Tho' he liv'd amongft the Great, he neither learn'd nor flatter'd any Vice : He was no Bigot, ,<ho' he doubted...
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The New Oxford Guide: Or, Companion Through the University: Exhibiting Every ...

Gentleman of Oxford - 1778 - 156 pages
...; who came into 'ENGLAND, . .• not to bite us, like moft of his Countrymen, but to gain an.honeft Livelihood. He hunted not after Fame, yet acquired it ; regardlefs of the Praife of his Friends, but moll fenfible of their Love. •" Though he lived amongft the Great, he neither learned nor flattered...
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