A Collection Of All The Dialogues Written By Mr Thomas Brown To Which Are Added His Translatio
b68026692e 8vo. Leaving the university without a degree, he came to London, and endeavoured to support himself by his pen; but, finding it difficult to procure employment, he reluctantly accepted the post of usher in a school at Kingston-on-Thames. 'The Stage-Beaux tossed in a Blanket, or Hypocrisy -la-mode,' 1704, 4to, a comedy in three acts, satirising Jeremy Collier. Sir Richard Blackmore was one of the special objects of his aversion; he edited in 1700 a collection of mock 'Commendatory Verses on the Author of the Two Arthurs and the Satyr against Wit by some of his particular Friends,' fol. II. His fast writing mouth may be stopped with a dinner.
iii. Dr. I do not love thee, Dr. The story goes that the dean of Christ Church, Dr. Bliss, iv. Each merry wag throughout the town Will toast the memory of Brown, Who laugh'd a race of rascals down. Vol. Fell, threatened to expel him, but, on receipt of a submissive letter, promised to forgive him if he would translate extempore the epigram of Martial (i. And your petitioner shall neither pray, write, nor think. Bays' changing his religion, considered in a dialogue between Crites, Eugenius, and Mr.