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" Not at all, Sir ; there is nothing I like so much as grave conversation myself; I could hear it for ever. Indeed I have often been surprised how a man of sentiment could ever admire those light airy pleasures, where nothing reaches the heart. "
The Modern British Drama: Comedies - Page 547
edited by - 1811
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith

Oliver Goldsmith - 1869 - 366 pages
...?Ir; there Is nothing I like so much as grave conversation myself; I could hear it for ever. Indeed, I have often been surprised how a man of sentiment could...tastes, there must be some, who, wanting a relish for Ģin— a— urn. Mas Hard. I understand you, sir. There inn^t be some, who, wanting a relish for refined...
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The new hand-book of elocution

George Walter Baynham - 1873 - 324 pages
...there is nothing I like so mud. as grave conversation myself ; I could hear it for ever — indeed, I have often been surprised how a man of sentiment could...ever admire those light airy pleasures, where nothing reache < the heart. Mar. It's a — disease — of the mind, Madam. In the varietv of tastes, there...
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The New York Drama: no.1-12

1876
...; there is nothing I like so much as grave conversation myself; I could hear it forever. Indeed, I have often been surprised how a man of sentiment could...the heart. Mar. It's — a disease — of the mind, madame. In the variety of tastes there must be some who, wanting a relish — for — um — a— urn....
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The poems and plays of Oliver Goldsmith, with the addition of The vicar of ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1877 - 482 pages
...sir; there is nothing I like so much as grave conversation myself; I could hear it for ever. Indeed, I have often been surprised how a man of sentiment could...tastes there must be some who, wanting a relish for urn Miss Hard. I understand you, sir. There must be some who, wanting a relish for refined pleasures, pretend...
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith, Volume 1

Oliver Goldsmith - 1881
...converse only with the more grave and sensible part of the sex. But I'm afraid I grow tiresome. Miss Hard. Not at all, sir; there is nothing I like so much as...light airy pleasures where nothing reaches the heart. Marl. It's — a disease — of the mind, madam. In the variety of tastes there must be some who, wanting...
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Baynham's Elocution, select readings

George Walter Baynham - 1883
...there is nothing I like so much as grave conversation myself ; I could hear it for ever- — indeed, I have often been surprised how a man of sentiment could...be some, who wanting a relish — for — urn — a — um Miss H. I understand you, sir. There must be some, who wanting a relish for refined pleasures,...
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Dramatic works of Sheridan and Goldsmith. With Goldsmith's poems, Volume 2

Richard Brinsley B. Sheridan - 1884
...nothing I like so much as grave conversation myself; I could hear it for ever. Indeed, I haveroften h^en surprised how a man of sentiment could ever admire...the heart. Mar. It's a disease of the mind, madam. Miss Hard. I understand you, sir. There must be some who, wanting a relish for refined pleasures, pretend...
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: Poems. Plays. The bee. Cock-lane ghost

Oliver Goldsmith - 1885
...; there is nothing I like so much as grave conversation myself ; I could hear it for ever. Indeed I have often been surprised how a man of sentiment could...light airy pleasures, where nothing reaches the heart. Marlow. It's a disease of the mind, Madam. In the variety of tastes there must be some, who, wanting...
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Classic Comedies

1885 - 302 pages
...Sir; there is nothing 1 like so much as grave conversation myself ; I could hear it forever. Indeed I have often been surprised how a man of sentiment could...tastes there must be some, who, wanting a relish for um — a — um. Miss HARD. 1 understand you, Sir. There must be some, who, wanting a relish for refined...
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The Works of Oliver Goldsmith: Poems. Plays. The bee. Cock-lane ghost

Oliver Goldsmith - 1885
...; there is nothing I like so much as grave conversation myself ; I could hear it for ever. Indeed I have often been surprised how a man of sentiment could...light airy pleasures, where nothing reaches the heart. Marlow. It's a disease of the mind, Madam. In the variety of tastes there must be some, who, wanting...
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