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Thomas Gray. BY Mr . G R A Y . A NEW EDITION , P ARKER 1 . Walker det . I .
shylor pinip . LONDON : PRINTED FOR J . MURRAY , NO . 32 , FLEET STREET .
MDCCLXXVIIP . ENOASA BRARL VEW YORK Τ ο Sir THOMAS MILLS .
... gentleman who has judgement to distinguish , and taste to relish fine verses ,
and who possesses a heart capable of many virtues . I remain , with respect , SIR
, Your very obedient servant , LONDON , 20th November , 1777 . THE EDITOR .
For , with that view , they found themselves in London in the year 1738 . Mr . West
took chambers in the Inner Temple , But Mr . Gray being invited by Mr . Walpole to
accompany him in his travels , delayed , for a time , his application to ' a ...
... did not pass till a reconciliation was produced between them , by the
intervention and offices of a lady , who had a friendship for both . On Mr . Gray ' s
return to London * , * September 1741 . he he found his father altogether wasted
with the ...
About the end of May 1771 , he made a visit to London ; but being oppressed
with feverishness , and dejection of mind , he was advised to leave his lodgings
in Jermyn Street for Kensington ; where a freer air so far operated to his recovery
, as ...
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I can remember my mother reciting Elegy written in a country church-yard - not all of it though. This poem seemed to mean a lot to her. She never reached the line: 'The path of glory leads but to the grave'. レビュー全文を読む