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" I have heard him frequently own with pleasure, that if he had any talent for English prose, it was owing to his having often read the writings of the great archhishop Tillotson. "
The New Universal Biographical Dictionary, and American Remembrancer of ... - 263. oldal
szerző: James Hardie - 1801
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A new and general biographical dictionary, 4. kötet

New and general biographical dictionary - 1761
...with all the noblenefs of " exprcfTion : all the graces and ornaments proper and pecu. " liar to i?, without deviating into the language or diction of " poetry. — I have heard him frequently own with pleafure, " thari if he had any talent for Englifli profe, it was owing ' " to his having often- read...

Bell's Edition, 41-42. kötet

John Bell - 1777
...prose had all the clearness imaginable, " without deviating to the language or dtctimt of " poetry, and I have heard him frequently own with " pleasure, that if he had any talent for writing prose " it was owing to his frequently having read the '* writings of the great Archhishop...

A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ...

1798
...clearnefs imaginable, together with all the noblenefs of exprefllon ; all the graces and ornaments proper and peculiar to it, without deviating into...of poetry. — I have heard him frequently own with pleafure, that, if he had any talent for englifli profe, it was owing to his having often read the...

A New Biographical Dictionary: Containing a Brief Account of the Lives and ...

Stephen Jones - 1799 - 424 oldal
...the clearness imaginable, together with all the nobleness of expression, all the graces and ornaments proper and peculiar to it, without deviating into...any talent for English prose, it was owing to his havwig often read the writings of the great archbuhop 1 illotson. His versification and his numbers...

The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden ..., 1. kötet,1. rész

John Dryden - 1800 - 442 oldal
...clearness imaginable, together with all the nobleness of expression ; all the graces and ornaments proper and peculiar to it, without deviating into the language or diction of poetry. I make this observation, only to distinguish his style from that of many poetical writers, who, meaning...

The Critical and Miscellaneous Prose Works of John Dryden, Now First ...

John Dryden - 1800
...clearness imaginable, together with, all the nobleness of expression ; all the graces and ornaments proper and peculiar to it, without deviating into the language or diction of poetry. I make this observation, only to distinguish his style from that of many poetical writers, who, meaning...

Essays, Biographical, Critical, and Historical, Illustrative of ..., 2. kötet

Nathan Drake - 1805
...clearness imaginable, together with all the nobleness of expression ; all the graces and ornaments proper and peculiar to it, without deviating into the language or diction of poetry. I make this observation only to distinguish his style from that of many poetical writers, who, meaning...

Essays, Biographical, Critical, and Historical, Illustrative of ..., 3. kötet

Nathan Drake - 1805
...clearness imaginable, together with all the nobleness of expression ; all the graces and ornaments proper and peculiar to it, without deviating into the language or diction of poetry. I make this observation only to distinguish his style from that of many poetical writers, who, meaning...

The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected ...

John Dryden, Walter Scott - 1808
...clearness imaginable, together with all the nobleness of expression ; all the graces and ornaments proper and peculiar to it, without deviating into the language or diction of poetry. I make this observation, only to distinguish his style from that of many poetical writers, who, meaning...

A New Biographical Dictionary: Containing a Brief Account of the Lives and ...

Stephen Jones - 1811 - 476 oldal
...the clearness imaginable, together with all the nobleness of expression, all the graces and ornaments proper and peculiar to it, without deviating into...diction of poetry,— —I have heard. him frequently »wn with pleasute, that if he had any talent for English prose, it was owing to his having often read...




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