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" Of poor dear Dr. Goldsmith there is little to be told, more than the papers have made public. He died of a fever, made, I am afraid, more violent by uneasiness of mind. His debts began to be heavy, and all his resources were exhausted. Sir Joshua is of... "
The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Comprehending an Account of His Studies ... - Page 218
by James Boswell - 1827 - 580 pages
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Works, Volume 11

Washington Irving - 1851
...felt the blow deeply and gloomily. In writing some time afterwards to Boswell, he observed, " Of poor Dr. Goldsmith there is little to be told more than...were exhausted. Sir Joshua is of opinion that he owed no less than two thousand pounds. Was ever poet so trusted before 1" Among his debts were seventy-nine...
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The Poetical Works of Oliver Goldsmith

Oliver Goldsmith - 1851 - 134 pages
...felt the blow deeply and gloomily. In writing some time afterwards to Boswell, he observed ' Of poor Dr. Goldsmith there is little to be told more than...were exhausted. Sir Joshua is of opinion that he owed no less than two thousand pounds. Was ever poet so trusted before?" Surely the grief of these great...
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The poetical works of Oliver Goldsmith, with illustr. by J. Absolon [and ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1851
...felt the blow deeply and gloomily. In writing some time afterwards to Boswell, he observed ' Of poor Dr Goldsmith there is little to be told more than...were exhausted. Sir Joshua is of opinion that he owed no less than two thousand pounds. Was ever poet so trusted before?" Surely the grief of these great...
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The Works of Washington Irving: Oliver Goldsmith

Washington Irving - 1851
...felt the blow deeply and gloomily. In writing some time afterwards to Boswell, he observed, " Of poor Dr. Goldsmith there is little to be told more than...were exhausted. Sir Joshua is of opinion that he owed no less than two thousand pounds. Was ever poet so trusted before ?" Among his debts were seventy-nine...
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A History of the earth and animated nature v.2, Volume 2

Oliver Goldsmith - 1852
...found out the embarrassed state of his affairs. " Of poor Dr. Goldsmith," said Johnson to Boswell, "there is little to be told more than the papers have...were exhausted. Sir Joshua is of opinion that he owed no less than two thousand pounds. Was ever poet so trusted before 7 "* The death of Goldsmith was a...
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Cyclopędia of Literary and Scientific Anecdote: Illustrations of the ...

William Keddie - 1854 - 368 pages
...shall be still a more extensive benefactor. — (Dr. Johnson.) TRIALS AND MISERIES. OLIVER GOLDSMITH. Of poor, dear Dr. Goldsmith, there is little to be...to be heavy, and all his resources were exhausted. He had raised money and squandered it by every acquisition and folly of expense. Sir Joshua [Reynolds]...
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The Life and Times of Oliver Goldsmith, Volume 2

John Forster - 1854
...Goldsmith," he wrote three months later to Boswell, " there is little more to be told. He " died of a fever, I am afraid more violent by uneasiness of " mind....thousand pounds. Was ever poet so " trusted before ? "* He spoke of the loss for years, as with the tenderness of a recent grief ; and in his little room...
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The Life and Times of Oliver Goldsmith

John Forster - 1855 - 472 pages
...little more to be told. He " died of a fever, I am afraid more violent by uneasiness of " mind. Hia debts began to be heavy, and all his resources were...two thousand pounds. Was ever poet so trusted before ?" He spoke of the loss for years, as with the tenderness of a recent grief ; and in his little room...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Including a Journal of His Tour ..., Volume 3

James Boswell - 1858
...Dr. Goldsmith there is little to be told, more than the papers have made public. He died of a fever, I am afraid, more violent by uneasiness of mind. His..." You may, if you please, put the inscription thus :— " ' Maria Scotorum jRcgina nata 15—, a suis in exilinm actn 15—, ab liospitd neci data 15—,'...
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Biographical sketch. Poetical extracts. Miscellaneous essays. From The bee ...

Washington Irving - 1858
...found out the embarrassed state of his affairs. " Of poor Dr. Goldsmith," said Johnson to Boswell, " there is little to be told more than the papers have...were exhausted. Sir Joshua is of opinion that he owed no less than two thousand pounds. Was ever poet so trusted before."* The death uf Goldsmith was a shock...
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