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" College bell summoned him to dinner in the public hall. His afternoons were spent in drinking tea with some worthy young ladies in the town, who all esteemed him a prodigious genius, and were ready to laugh at his wit before he opened his mouth. In these... "
The History of Pompey the Little: Or, The Life and Adventures of a Lap-dog - Page 269
by Francis Coventry - 1761 - 291 pages
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A Day in Vacation at College. A Burlesque Poem

William Dodd - 1751 - 22 pages
...and flew with all imaginable Hafte to fome of the young Ladies above- . ' mentioned, who all efteemed him a prodigious Genius, and were ready to.. *- laugh at his Wit before he had opened his Mouth. In thefe agreeable Vifits * he remained till, the Time of Evening Chapel; and...
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Poems

William Dodd - 1767 - 271 pages
...and flew with all imaginable ' hafte to fome of the young ladies abovementioned, who all efteemedj him a prodigious genius, and were ready to laugh at his wit ' before he had opened his mouth. In thefe agreeable vifits he ' remained till the time of evening chapel ; and...
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Poems

William Dodd - 1767 - 271 pages
...and flew with all imaginable ' hafte to fome of the young ladies abovementioned, who all efteemed ' him a prodigious genius, and were ready to laugh at his wit • before he had opened his mouth. In thefe agreeable vifits he ' remained till the time of evening chapel ; and...
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The British Novelists: With an Essay, and Prefaces, Biographical ..., Volume 23

English literature - 1820
...His afternoons were spent in drinking tea with the ladies before-mentioned, who all esteemed him u prodigious genius, and were ready to laugh at his wit before he displayed it. In these agreeable visits he remained till the time of evening-chapel; after which, supper...
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Annals of Cambridge, Volume 5

Charles Henry Cooper - Cambridge (England) - 1908
...His afternoons were spent in drinking tea with some worthy young ladies in the town, who all esteemed him a prodigious genius, and were ready to laugh at his wit before he opened his mouth. In these agreeable visits he remained till the time of evening chapel, after which supper succeeded, to...
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annals of cambridge

...in drinking tea with some worthy young ladies in the town, who all esteemed him a prodigious genins, and were ready to laugh at his wit before he opened his mouth. In these agreeable visits he remained till the time of evening chapel, after which supper succeeded, to...
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