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" It reaches the very Dregs of the People, who aspiring still to a Degree beyond that which belongs to them, and not being able by the Fruits of honest Labour to support the State which they affect, they disdain the Wages to which their Industry would intitle... "
Miscellaneous: Covent-Garden journal. Essay on nothing. Charge delivered to ... - Сторінка 350
автори: Henry Fielding, Arthur Murphy - 1806
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Common Ground: Eighteenth-Century English Satiric Fiction and the Poor

Judith Frank - 2002 - 230 стор.
...Tradesman steps from behind his Counter into the vacant Place of the Gentleman. Nor doth the Confusion end here: It reaches the very Dregs of the People,...they disdain the Wages to which their Industry would intitle them; and abandoning themselves to Idleness, the more simple and poor-spirited betake themselves...
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Desire and Disorder: Fevers, Fictions, and Feeling in English Georgian Culture

Candace Ward - 2007 - 297 стор.
...all levels of society. Ten years later in the Enquiry, Fielding roundly condemns the extravagancy of "the very Dregs of the People, who aspiring still...they disdain the Wages to which their Industry would intitle them; and abandoning themselves to Idleness, the more simple and poor-spirited betake themselves...
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The Universal Magazine, Том 8

1751
...cocfufion end here : It reaches the \sery dregs of the people, who aÍÜU to a degree beyond. tbq¿ which belongs to them, and not being able by the fruits of honeft labour to fupport the fíate, which they äffen, they difdain the wages, to which their induflry...
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