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" Tis the Want of Titles, and not the Want of Faces, that makes a Place empty.' " There are indications, which I think have escaped the notice of Goldsmith's editors, that the author of the Citizen of the World condescended to take some of his ideas from... "
The History of Pompey the Little: Or, The Life and Adventures of a Lap-dog - Page 186
by Francis Coventry - 1761 - 291 pages
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The British Novelists: With an Essay, and Prefaces, Biographical ..., Volume 23

English literature - 1820
...stone-ball over a gate-post. Now it would be the most ridiculous thing in life to call such people company. 'Tis the want of titles, and not the want of faces,...one knows, if there are none of us in a place, we esteem all the rest as mob and rabble. Here it was impossible for the two ladies any longer to contain...
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Gossip in a Library

Edmund Gosse - English literature - 1891 - 337 pages
...ball over a Gate-post. Now, it would be the most ridiculous Thing in Life to call such People Company. 'Tis the Want of Titles, and not the Want of Faces, that makes a Place empty." There are indications, which I think have escaped the notice of Goldsmith's editors, that the author...
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Men and Manners of the Eighteenth Century

Susan Hale - Eighteenth century - 1898 - 318 pages
...stone-ball over a gate-post. Now it would be the most ridiculous thing in life to call such people company. 'Tis the want of titles and not the want of faces...empty ; for if there is nobody one knows, if there is none of us in a place, we esteem all the rest as mob and rabble." In Smollett's " Humphrey Clinker,"...
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Men and Manners of the Eighteenth Century

Susan Hale - Eighteenth century - 1898 - 318 pages
...the most ridiculous thing in life , to call such people company. 'Tis the want of titles and not t J the want of faces that makes a place empty ; for if there is nobody one knows, if there is none of us in a place, we esteem all the rest as mob and rabble." In Smollett's " Humphrey Clinker,"...
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