passed to-day where you and I dined; I ask your pardon.' Goldsmith answered placidly, ' It must be much from yon, sir, that I take ill ; ' and so at once the difference was over, and they were on as easy terms as ever, and Goldsmith rattled away as usual. Literary Landmarks of London - Էջ 119Laurence Hutton - 1892 - 367 էջԱմբողջությամբ դիտվող
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...“It must be much from you, sir, “ said be, “that I take ill!” “And so, “ adds Boswell, “the difference was over, and they were on as easy...terms as ever, and Goldsmith rattled away as usual.” We do not think these stories tell to the poet's disadvantage, even though related by BoswelL Goldsmith,...