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Knihy Knihy 110 z 24 na dotaz In this paper," says Mr. Gifford, in his preface to the Baviad, " were given the....
" In this paper," says Mr. Gifford, in his preface to the Baviad, " were given the earliest specimens of those unqualified and audacious attacks on all private character, which the town first smiled at for their quaintness, then tolerated for their absurdity;... "
The Baviad and Mæviad. [Followed by] Proceedings on the trial of Robert ... - Strana ix
podľa William Gifford, John Williams - 1800
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The Baviad, and Maeviad

William Gifford - 1797 - Počet stránok 145
...character ; which the town firft fmiled at for their quamtnefs, then tolerated for their abfurdity ; and now — that other papers equally wicked, and...ventured to imitate it, — will have to lament to the laft hour of Britifli liberty. town, by prefixing a fhort panegyric to every trifle which came before...
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A winter in London; or, Sketches of fashion; a novel

Thomas Skinner Surr - 1806
...constructed of most unintelligible words and sentences: they became, however, universally read, and were at first smiled at for their quaintness, then tolerated for their absurdity, and now must be for ever execrated as the foundalion.'-of an abuse of the liberty of the English press; ^which...
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A Winter in London; Or, Sketches of Fashion: A Novel, in Three Volumes,

Thomas Skinner Surr - 1806 - Počet stránok 264
...constructed of most unintelligible words and sentences : they became, however, universally read, and were at first smiled at for their quaintness, then tolerated for their absurdity, and now must be for ever execrated as the foundation of an abuse of the liberty of the English press ; which...
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The Baviad, and Maeviad

William Gifford - 1811 - Počet stránok 191
...; but it seems to me to be an observation worthy of being treasured up in the mind of every man. " In this paper were given the earliest specimens " of those unqualified and audacious attacks on all 'f private character, which the town first smiled at " for their quaintness, then tolerated for their...
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Select Works of the British Poets: In a Chronological Series from Falconer ...

John Aikin - 1838 - Počet stránok 732
...age," as Mr. Bell properly calls them, fell desperately in lovet with each other. From that period, • f him, but had Most pretty things to say : ere I could...hours, Such thoughts and such ; — or ere I could quaintneu, then tolerated fur their absurdity, anil nowthai other papers, equally wicked, and more...
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Select Works of the British Poets: In a Chronological Series from Falconer ...

John Aikin - 1838 - Počet stránok 732
...Mr. Bell properly calls them, fell desperately in lovet with each other. From that period, * In tilia lithe and glad, Or how can I gang brisk and braw,...hills and far awa > It's no the frosty winter win tjuaininess, then tolerated for their absurdity, and nowthai other papers, Equally wickefl, and more...
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Select works of the British poets: in a chronological series from Falconer ...

John Aikin - 1838 - Počet stránok 732
...age," as Mr. Bell properly calls them, fell desperately in lovet with each other. From thai period, * In this paper were given the earliest specimens of...audacious attacks on all private character; which the towa first smiled at for their qua i inness, then tolerated for their absurdity, and now— that other...
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The letters of Horace Walpole [ed. by J. Wright].

Horace Walpole (4th earl of Orford.) - 1840
...morning paper entitled The World. " In this paper," says Mr. Gifford, in his preface to the Baviad, " were given the earliest specimens of those unqualified...character, which the town first smiled at for their quaiutness, then tolerated for their absurdity; and — now that other papers equally wicked and more...
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The Letters of Horace Walpole: 1770-1797

Horace Walpole - 1842
...morning paper entitled The World. " In this paper," says Mr. Gifford, in his preface to the Baviad, " were given the earliest specimens of those unqualified...for their absurdity; and — now that other papers cqinlly wicked and more intelligible, have ventured to imitate it — will have to lament to the last...
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The Letters of Horace Walpole: Earl of Orford: Including Numerous Letters ...

Horace Walpole - 1842
...morning paper entitled The World. " In this paper," says Mr. Gifford, in his preface to the Baviad, "were given the earliest specimens of those unqualified...character, which the town first smiled at for their quaintncss then tolerated fur their absurdity ; and —now that other papers equally wicked and more...
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