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Knihy Knihy 110 z 28 na dotaz Florence, took a fancy to while away their time in scribbling high-flown panegyrics....
" Florence, took a fancy to while away their time in scribbling high-flown panegyrics upon themselves, and complimentary ' canzonettas' on two or three Italians, who understood too little of the language in which they were written to be disgusted with them.... "
The Baviad and Mæviad. [Followed by] Proceedings on the trial of Robert ... - Strana viii
podľa William Gifford, John Williams - 1800
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The Baviad, and Maeviad

William Gifford - 1797 - Počet stránok 145
...thefe gentlemen to comprehend her multifarious erudition. in which they were written, to be difgufted with them. In this there was not much harm ; nor, indeed, much good : but, as folly is progreffive, they foon wrought themfelves into an opinion that they really deferved the fine things...
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Annual Register, Zväzok 41

1801
...three Italians, who underflood 1|ю little of the language in which they were written to be cufguficd with them. In this there was not much harm, nor, indeed, much good ; but, as folly is progresivo, they loon wrought themfelves into an opinion thut they really dcferved the fine things...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1801
...panegyrics . on them'felves, and complimentary ' canzonetlas' on two pr three Italians,, who underßood too little of the language in which, they were written to be difguiied with them. In ibis there was not much harm, nor, indeed, much good; but, as folly is progrellive,...
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Annual Register, Zväzok 41

Edmund Burke - 1801
...panegyrics on themfelvas, and complimentnry ' canzone-tins' on two or three Italians who underflow! too little of the language in which they were written to be difgufted with them. In this there was not much harm, nor, indeed, much good; but, as folly is progrellive,...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 - 1809-10

1803
...and we are almost heathens enough to say, that Apollo, through derstood too little of the language to be disgusted with them. " In this there was not much harm ; but is folly is'progressive, .they soon wrought themselves into an opinion that they'really deserved...
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Public Characters, Zväzok 5

Alexander Stephens - 1803 - Počet stránok 568
...and we are almost heathens enough to say, that Apollo, through derstood too little of the language to be disgusted with them. In this there was not much harm ; but as folly is progressive, they soon wrought themselves into an opinion that they really deserved...
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The Baviad, and Maeviad

William Gifford - 1811 - Počet stránok 191
...degree of success, required a rare combination of talents, among the least of which may be understood too little of the language in which they were written,...they soon wrought themselves into an opinion that the fine things were really deserved, which they mutually said and sung of each other. Thus persuaded,...
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Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century ..., Zväzok 6

1831
...dramatic poetry *. This was in "The Maeviad," an disgusted with them. In this there was not much harm ; but as folly is progressive, they soon wrought themselves...things which were mutually said and sung of each other. About the same period a daily paper, called ' The World,' was in fashion, and much read. This paper...
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The Annual biography and obituary

1822
...panegyrics on themselves ; and complimentary canzonnettas on two or three Italians, who understood too little of the language in which they were written,...opinion that they really deserved the fine things which they mutually said and sung of each other. " Thus persuaded, they were unwilling their inimitable productions...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Zväzok 6

1822
...panegyrics on themselves ; and complimentary canzonnettas on two or three Italians, who understood too little of the language in which they were written,...opinion that they really deserved the fine things which they mutually said and sung of each other. " Thus persuaded, they were unwilling their inimitable productions...
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