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" British name, as well as that it would apply the power of sounds in a manner more amazingly forcible than perhaps has yet been known, and I am sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without skill or conduct,... "
The Musical World - 442. oldal
1860
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1802
...amazingly forcible than perhaps has yet been known, and 1 aia sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without...an engine so formed as to strike the minds of half a people at once in a place of worship with a forgetfulness of present care and calamity, and a hope...

The British Essayists: The Spectator

Alexander Chalmers - 1802
...amazingk forcible than perhaps has yet been known, and 1 am sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without...purpose but to suspend or vitiate our understandings, Letu disposed this way, we should now perhaps have an engine so formed as to strike the minds of hall...

Select British Classics, 17. kötet

1803
...amazingly forcible than, perhaps, has yet been known, and I am sure to an end much more •worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without...an engine so formed as to strike the minds of half the people at once in a place of worship with a forgetfulness of present care and calamity, and a hope...

The British Essayists, 14. kötet

Alexander Chalmers - 1808
...aitfazingly forcible than perhaps has yet been known, and I am sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without...an engine so formed as to strike the minds of half a people at once in a place of worship, with a forgetfulness of present care and calamity, and a hope...

The Spectator, 14. kötet

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1810
...amazingly forcible than perhaps has yet been known, and I am sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without...an engine so formed as to strike the minds of half a people at once in a place of worship, with a forgetfulness of present care and calamity, and a hope...

The Spectator, 9. kötet

1810
...perhaps has yet been known, and I am sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which iave been laid out upon operas, without skill or conduct,...been disposed this way, we should now perhaps have had an engine so formed as to strike the minds of half the people at once, in a place of worship, with...

The British Essayists: Spectator

James Ferguson - 1819
...amazingly foreible than perhaps has yet been known, and I am sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without...an engine so formed as to strike the minds of half a people at once in a place of worship, with a forgetfulness of present care and calamity, and a hope...

The British Essayists: The Spectator

James Ferguson - 1823
...amazingly forcible than perhaps has yet been known, and I am sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without...an engine so formed as to strike the minds of half a people at once in a place of worship, with a forgetfulness of present care and calamity, and a hope...

The British essayists; with prefaces by L.T. Berguer

British essayists - 1823
...amazingly forcible than perhaps has yet been known, and I am sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without...been disposed this way, we should now perhaps have had an engine so formed as to strike the minds of half a people at once in a place of worship, with...

The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers

British essayists - 1823
...amazingly forcible than perhaps has yet been known, and I am sure to an end much more worthy. Had the vast sums which have been laid out upon operas without...been disposed this way, we should now, perhaps, have had an engine so formed as to strike the minds of half a people at once in a place of worship, with...




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