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" Accordingly he is to me, except in very few instances, the most disagreeable maker of epistles that ever I met with. I was willing, therefore, to wait till the impression your commendation had made upon the foolish part of me was worn off, that I might... "
Distinguished men of modern times [selected from The gallery of portraits ... - 97. oldal
szerző: Arthur Thomas Malkin - 1838
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The Life of William Cowper

Thomas Wright - 1892 - 681 oldal
...ever I met with. I was willing, therefore, to wait till the impression your commendation had made upon the foolish part of me was worn off", that I might...and write my uppermost thoughts, and those only." Cowper had himself by this time got into his very best style. As showing in how interesting a manner...

The Review of Reviews, 13. kötet

Albert Shaw - 1896
...ever I met with. I was willing therefore to wait till the impression your commendation had made upon the foolish part of me was worn off, that I might...usual and write my uppermost thoughts, and those only ' (iv. IB). HORACE WALPOLE. " The famous letters of Horace Walpole, interesting, invaluable as they...

The Correspondence of William Cowper: Arranged in Chronological Order, 1. kötet

William Cowper - 1904
...ever I met with. I was willing, therefore, to wait till the impression your commendation had made upon the foolish part of me was worn off, that I might...usual, and write my uppermost thoughts, and those only. You are better skilled in ecclesiastical law than I am. Mrs. Powley desires me to inform her whether...

The Cambridge history of English literature. 11. The period of the French ...

Sir Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller - 1914
...ever I met with. I was willing, therefore, to wait till the impression your commendation had made upon the foolish part of me was worn off, that I might...usual, and write my uppermost thoughts, and those only. With the exception of Charles Lamb, all the other great English letter-writers — Gray, Walpole, Pope,...

Review of Reviews and World's Work: An International Magazine, 13. kötet

Albert Shaw - 1896
...ever I met with. I was willing therefore to wait till the impression your commendation had made npon the foolish part of me was worn off, that I might...usual and write my uppermost thoughts, and those only ' (iv. 15). HORACE WALPOLE. " The famous letters of Horace Walpole, interesting, invaluable as they...

The Cambridge History of English Literature

Sir Adolphus William Ward - 1909 - 599 oldal
...ever I met with. I was willing, therefore, to wait till the impression your commendation had made upon the foolish part of me was worn off, that I might...usual, and write my uppermost thoughts, and those only. With the exception of Charles Lamb, all the other great English letter-writers — Gray, Walpole, Pope,...
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The American Magazine, 35. kötet

1893
...ever I met with. I was willing, therefore, to wait till the impression your commendation had made upon the foolish part of me was worn off, that I might...and write my uppermost thoughts, and those only." Cowper had himself by this time got into his very best style. As showing in how interesting a manner...

The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., 25. kötet

1805
...I vas willing, therefore, to wait till the impression y.nur commendation had made upon the fcolish part of me was worn off, that I might scribble away...usual, and write my uppermost thoughts, and those only. " You are better skilled in ecclesiastical law than I am — Mrs. P. desires me to inform her, whether...




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