Goldsmith’s life viewed at the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries by Robert Anderson, in The Works of the British Poets . . . In Ten Volumes, 1795
This tour was made for the most part on foot. He had left England with little money, and being of a thoughtless disposition, and at that time possessing a body capable of sustaining any fatigue, he proceeded resolutely in gratifying his curiosity, by the sight of different countries.