The Life and Romances of Mrs. Eliza Haywood, Том 11
Columbia University Press, 1915 - 210 стор.
Although Mrs. Haywood was evidently not responsible for the inclusion of her tale in "The Female Dunciad," and although the piece itself was entirely innocuous, her daring to raise her head even by accident brought down upon her another scurrilous rebuke, not this time from the poet himself, but from her former admirer, Richard Savage.
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Сторінка 117 - This gave Mr. Pope the thought, that he had now some opportunity of doing good,, by detecting and dragging into light these common enemies of mankind ; since, to invalidate this universal slander, it sufficed to show what contemptible men were the authors of it.
Сторінка 117 - He was not without hopes, that, by manifesting the dulness of those who had only malice to recommend them, either the booksellers would not find their account in employing them, or the men themselves, when discovered, want courage to proceed in so unlawful an occupation. This it was that gave birth to the
Сторінка 185 - The Fortunate Foundlings: BEING THE GENUINE HISTORY of Colonel M rs, and his Sister, Madam Du P y, the Issue of the Hon. Ch es M rs, son of the late Duke of R — 1 — d.
Сторінка 4 - Free and unquestion'd through the Wilds of Love ; While Woman, Sense and Nature's easy Fool, If poor, weak Woman swerve from Virtue's Rule, If strongly charm'd, she leave the thorny way, And in the softer Paths of Pleasure stray ; Ruin ensues, Reproach and endless Shame, And one false Step entirely damns her Fame. In vain with Tears the Loss she may deplore, In vain look back to what she was before, She sets, like Stars that fall, to rise no more.
Сторінка 125 - Lady (though once a theatrical queen) have subsisted by turning Washerwoman? Has not the fall of greatness been a frequent distress in all ages ? She might have caught a beautiful bubble, as it arose from the suds of her tub, blown it in air, seen it glitter, and then break ! Even in this low condition, she had played with a bubble ; and what more is the vanity of human greatness ? " Had it not been an honester and more decent livelihood for Mr.
Сторінка 199 - A Comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-lane. By his Majesty's Servants.
Сторінка 102 - She must be a clever gentlewoman," continued the Queen, " to have made him believe she cares for him on any other score ; and to show you what fools we all are in some point or other, she has certainly told him some fine story or other of her love and her passion, and that poor man — avec ce gros corps, ces jambes enflees, et ce vilain venlre — believes her.
Сторінка 159 - Hay-market, then known by the name of F g's scandal-shop; because he frequently exhibited there certain drolls, or, more properly, invectives against the ministry: in doing which it appears extremely probable, that he had two views; the one to get money, which he very much wanted, from such as delighted in low humour, and could not distinguish true satire from scurrility; and the other, in the hope of having some post given him by those whom he had abused, in order to silence his dramatic talent.