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" Myself was once a student, and indeed, Fed with the self-same humour he is now, Dreaming on nought but idle poetry, That fruitless and unprofitable art, Good unto none, but least to the professors; Which then I thought the mistress of all knowledge: But... "
Memoirs of Mr. John Tobin ... - 9. lappuse
autors: John Tobin, Elizabeth Benger - 1820 - 444 lapas
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Dramatic Works: To which is Prefixed a Life of the Author, 1. sējums

David Garrick - 1798
...hath.favoured him with graces: Hut their indulgence must no' spring in me. A fond opinion, hat he canrlot err. Myself was once a student ; and, indeed, Fed with...unprofitable art, Good unto none, but least to the professors, Which, then, I thought the mistress of all knowledge: But since.iime and the truth have...
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The Dramatic Works of David Garrick: To which is Prefixed a Life ..., 1. sējums

David Garrick - 1798 - 823 lapas
...with graces : But their indulgence must no spring in me A fond opinion, ihat he cannot err. • Myseif was once a student; and, indeed, Fed with the self-same...and unprofitable art, Good unto none, but least to \he professors, Which, then, I thought the mistress of all knowledge: But since, time and the truth...
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The British drama, 3. sējums

British drama - 1804
...must not spring in me A fond opinion that he cannot err. Myself was once a student ; and, indeed, A Fed with the self-same humour, he is now, Dreaming...unprofitable art, Good unto none, but least to the professors, Which, then, I thought the mistress of all knowledge : But since, time and the truth have...
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Walter Scott - 1810 - 614 lapas
...performed the part of Hieroniiao, bath borrowed this thought. See Every Man in his Humour, A. 1. b. 1 : " Myself was once a student, and, indeed, Fed with the...unprofitable art, Good unto none, but least to the professors." «s It i?, 1633. ï66 Said, 1618. S3. S3. «7 Of the Rhodes, 1613. »• This is, 1618....
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - 1810
...performed the part of Hieronimo, nalb borrowed this thought. See Every Man in his Humour, A. 1. S. 1 : " Myself was once a student, and, indeed, Fed with the...humour he is now, Dreaming on nought but idle poetry, 1 hat fruitless and unprofitable art, Good unto nope, but least to the professors." 145 It a, 1638....
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The Ancient British Drama ...

Sir Walter Scott - 1810
...performed the part of Hieronimo, tath borrowed this thought. See Every Mm in hit Humour, Л. I. fc. 1 : " Myself was once a student, and, indeed, Fed with the self-same humour he is now, Dreaming oo nought but idle poetry, That fruitless and unprofitable art, Good unto none, but least to the professors."...
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The Modern British Drama: Comedies

Walter Scott - 1811
...favoured him with graces. But their indulgence must not spring in me A fond opinion that he cannot err. Myself was once a student; and, indeed, Fed with the...unprofitable art, Good unto none, but least to the professors, Which, then, I thought the mistress of all knowledge : But since, time and the truth have...
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The modern British drama, 3. sējums

British drama - 1811
...favoured him with graces. But their indulgence must not spring in me Л fond opinion that he cannot err. Myself was once a student ; and, indeed, Fed with...unprofitable art, Good unto none, but least to the professors, Which, then, I thought the mistress of all knowledge: But since, time and the truth have...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher, 1. sējums

Ben Jonson, Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - 1811
...favour'd him with graces : But their indulgence must not spring in me A fond opinion, that he cannot err. Myself was once a student, and, indeed, Fed with the...unprofitable art, Good unto none; but least to the professors; Which, then, I thought the mistress of all knowledge : But since, time and the truth hav«...
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The Dramatic Works of Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher: The ..., 1. sējums

Ben Jonson - 1811
...spring in me A fond opinion, that he cannot err. Myself was once a student, and, indeed, Fed ivith the self-same humour he is now, Dreaming on nought...fruitless and unprofitable art, Good unto none ; but least te the professors; Which, then, 1 thought the mistress of all knowledge : lîut since, time and the...
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