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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Vicar of Wakefield, The 1862795The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Vicar of Wakefield, The Vi′car
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  • The Vicar of Wakefield The Deserted Village Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog The Traveller, or, A Prospect of Society The Village School Master The Good-natur'd
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  • published in 1826. He also translated the 'Pilgrim's Progress,' the 'Vicar of Wakefield,' and the Bible. [Life of William Carey, 1836; Brit. Mus. Catalogue
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  • pages of theVicar of Wakefield.’ ‘That glorious pillar of unshaken orthodoxy,’ Dr. Primrose, formerly of Wakefield, for whom, as all the world knows
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  • third from ‘Peveril of the Peak’ in 1845. ‘The Breakfast Table,’ exhibited in 1846, and a further scene from theVicar of Wakefield’ in 1847, attracted
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  • also produced a light opera, The Vicar of Wakefield (1907); the music for the farce Sergeant Brue (1904) and the morality play Everyman (1915). Madame Lehmann
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  • reading the manuscript of the 'Vicar of Wakefield,' which was engraved and attained considerable popularity. The copyright of the picture realised 100l
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  • in 1778; and two scenes from the 'Vicar of Wakefield,' after T. Hearne, published in 1780, and exhibited at the Society of Artists in that year, Ellis
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  • education. She has made the writings of Miss Edgeworth, the "Vicar of Wakefield," &c., popular in France, and has translated Moore's "Life of Byron" into French
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  • company a series of revivals of so-called classic pieces. She herself played Lady Teazle, Lydia Languish, Olivia in theVicar of Wakefield,’ and Miss Hardcastle
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  • 1762. The Traveller, the first of his longer poems, came out in 1764, and was followed in 1766 by The Vicar of Wakefield. In 1768 he essayed the drama
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  • in Tom Jones, Edward the Black Prince, Fazio, Lockit, George Barnwell, and the Vicar of Wakefield. A portrait of him as Balfour of Burley is given in Oxberry's
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  • frequently reprinted. In 1823 he published the 'Vicar of Wakefield,' with memoir of Goldsmith. In 1825 he started the 'Dumfries Magazine,' which existed three
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  • Old Romance,’ ‘The Bay Window,’ ‘Masquerading,’ ‘Scene from the Vicar of Wakefield,’ and ‘The Legend of Beth-Gelert.’ Perhaps one of the best-known portraits
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  • of British Art’ the plates ofThe Procession to the Christening,’ after Penry Williams; ‘Preparing Moses for the Fair,’ from theVicar of Wakefield
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  • made the instrument fashionable, for 15 years later, in 1761, Goldsmith's fine ladies in the Vicar of Wakefield, who confined their conversation to the most
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  • Vicar of Wakefield.’ He published the ‘Gentleman's Magazine’ from 1767 till his death on 8 June 1780. [Manuscript autobiography in the possession of
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  • Vicar of Wakefield are well-known. He was careful in drawing and rich in coloring. Mulready died in London, July 7, 1863. See Stephens' Memorials of Mulready
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  • in the 'Ladies' Battle,' Captain Darner in the 'Camp at Chobham,' Sir Charles Pomander in 'Masks and Faces,' and Birchall in the 'Vicar of Wakefield.'
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  • 1841 he exhibited ‘The Castle-Builder,’ ‘Sir Roger de Coverley's Courtship,’ and ‘The Vicar of Wakefield finding his Lost Daughter at the Inn;’ in 1842, ‘Ophelia
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