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" In his old age he retir'd to the house of a clergyman in the country, where he finish'd his earthly race, and died an honour and an example to the whole species. Reader, this stone is guiltless of flattery, for he to whom it is inscrib'd was not a man,... "
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A Collection of Epitaphs and Monumental Inscriptions, Historical ..., Volume 1

1806
...good courses. In his old age he retir'd To the house of a clergyman in the country, Where he finish'd his earthly race. And died an honour and an example to the t. ..• -' • i • whole species. •• !•••'. ..-/I i Reader, . •i. i, - . "ji ,n' This...
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Letters on Literature, Taste, and Composition: Addressed to His Son

George Gregory - 1808
...good Courses. In his old Age he retired tTo the House of a Clergyman in the Country, Where he finished his earthly Race, And died an Honour and an Example to the whole Species. Reader, This Stone is guiltless of Flattery, For he to whom it is inscribed Was not a MAN, But a GREY-HOBND." III. The SONNET...
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Tickler, Or, Monthly Compendium of Good Things, in Prose and ..., Volumes 1-3

1818
...good courses. In his old age he retir'd to the house of a clergyman in the country, where he finish'd his earthly race, and died an honour and an example to the whole species. Reader, This stone is guiltless of flattery, for he to whom it is inscrib'd wits not a Man, but a Greyhound I AMOSTO, the...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica; Or A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 17

1823
...good Courses. In his old Age he retired To the house of a Clergyman in the country, Where he finished his earthly Race, And died an Honour and an Example to the whole Species. lieailer, This Stone is guiltless of Flattery ; For he to whom it is inscrib'd Was not a MAN, But a...
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American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine, Volume 3

1832
...good courses. In his old age, he retired To the house of a clergyman in the country, Where he finished his earthly race, And died an honour and an example to the Whole species. Reader, This stone is guiltless of flattery, For he to whom it is inscribed, Was not a man But a Greyhound. PEDESTRIANISM....
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A Book about Doctors, Volume 1

John Cordy Jeaffreson - 1860
...good courses ; In his old age he retir'd To the House of a Clergyman in the Country, Where he finished his earthly Race, And died an Honour and an Example to the whole Species. Reader, This stone is guiltless of Flattery, For he to whom it is inscrib'd Was not a man, But a Greyhound." In the concluding...
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A Book about Doctors

John Cordy Jeaffreson - 1861 - 490 pages
...good courses ; In his old age he retir'd To the House of a Clergyman in the Country, Where he finished his earthly Race, And died an Honour and an Example to the whole Species. Header, This stone is guiltless of Flattery, For he to whom it is inscrib'd Was not a man, But a Greyhound."...
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What Gardens Mean

Stephanie Ross - 2001 - 271 pages
...good Courses. In his old Age he retired to the House of a Clergyman in the Country, where he finished his earthly Race, And died an Honour and an Example to the whole Species. 69 Hunt explains that these lines addressed to Signor Fido in fact commemorate one of Lord Cobhams...
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