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" I should hate," says' a young lady, the child of fiction, yet drawn with many features like that excellent girl I lost, "methinks I should hate to have been born in a town. When I say my native brook, or my native hill, I talk of friends, of whom the... "
The Lounger: no. 70-101; June 3, 1786-Jan. 6, 1787 - Page 227
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The Lounger: no. 53-101; Feb. 4, 1786-Jan. 6, 1787

1794 - 466 pages
...but ourfelves. " Methinks I M fhould N°93. THE LOUNGER; " fhould hate" (fays a young Lady, the child of fiction, yet drawn with many features like that...me to view fome ancient trees that form my common evsning-walk, did I only remember what I was when I firft fported under their fhade, and what I am...
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The Influence of Local Attachment with Respect to Home: A Poem, in ..., Volume 1

Richard Polwhele - 1798 - 232 pages
...Gent. Magazine, vol. Ixv. p. 1087. BOOK THE SIXTH. P. 63. "Tis not the native of the croudcd mart.] " Methinks I fhould hate to have been born in a town...of friends of whom the remembrance warms my heart. To me, even to me, who have loft their acquaintance, there is fomething delightful in the melancholy...
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The Works of Henry Mackenzie ...: Julia de Roubigné

Henry Mackenzie - 1815 - 248 pages
...for the memory of your Julia ; — Methinks I should hate to have been born in a town ; when I say my native brook, or my native hill, I talk of friends of whom the remembrance warms my heart. To me, ev«n to me, who have lost their acquaintance, there is something delightful in the melancholy...
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The man of feeling: and Julia de Roubigné, a tale

Henry Mackenzie - 1820 - 294 pages
...no traces for the memory of your JuliaMethinks I should hate to have been born in a town. When I say my native brook, or my native hill, I talk of friends of whom the remembrance warms my heart. To me, even to me, who have lost their acquaintance, there is something delightful in the melancholy...
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Lounger

Lionel Thomas Berguer - 1823 - 354 pages
...features like that excellent girl I lost, ' methinks I should hate to have been born in a town. When I say my native brook, or my native hill, I talk of friends,...the remembrance warms my heart.' When the memory of persons we dearly loved is connected with the view of those objects, they have then a double link to...
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The Novels of Sterne, Goldsmith, Dr. Johnson, Mackenzie, Horace Walpole, and ...

Laurence Sterne - 1823 - 764 pages
...for the memory of your Julia : — Methinks I should hate to have been born in a town ; when I say my native brook, or my native hill, I talk of friends of whom the remembrance warms my heart. To me, even to me, who have lost their acquaintance, there is something delightful in the melancholy...
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The novels of Sterne, Goldsmith, dr. Johnson, Mackenzie, Horace Walpole, and ...

Laurence Sterne - 1823 - 762 pages
...traces for the memory of your Julia : — Methinks I should hate to have been bom in a town ; when I say my native brook, or my native hill, I talk of friends of whom the remembrance wanns my heart. To me, even to me, who have lost their acquaintance, there is something delightful...
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The British Essayists: Lounger

1823 - 356 pages
...methinks I should hate to have been born in a town. When I say my native brook, or my native hill, 1 talk of friends, of whom the remembrance warms my heart.' When the memory of persons we dearly loved is connected with the view of those objects, they have then a double link to...
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The British essayists, with prefaces by A. Chalmers, Volumes 31-32

British essayists - 1823 - 802 pages
...methinks I should hate to have been born in a town. When I say my native brook, or my native hill, 1 talk of friends, of whom the remembrance warms my heart.' When the memory of persons we dearly loved is connected with the view of those objects, they have then a double link to...
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Studies in natural history

William Rhind - 1830 - 376 pages
...youth. " Methinks," says an eloquent writer, " I should hate to have been born in a town. When I say my native brook or my native hill, I talk of friends of whom the remembrance warms my heart."* To the poor the superior advantages of the country are incalculable; the lowliest cot on the hillside,...
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