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Knihy Knihy 110 z 15 na dotaz It was perfectly unintelligible, and, therefore, much read ; it was equally lavish....
" It was perfectly unintelligible, and, therefore, much read ; it was equally lavish of praise and abuse ; (praise of what appeared in its own columns, and abuse of every thing that appeared elsewhere;) and as its conductors were at once ignorant and conceited,... "
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
...abufe, (praife of what appeared in its own columns, and abufe of every thing that appeared elfe where,) and as its conductors were at once ignorant and conceited, • they took upon them to direft the taste of the * In this paper were given the earlieft fpecimens of thofe unqualified, and...
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The Baviad, and Maeviad

William Gifford - 1811 - Počet stránok 191
...reputation is, not only to an individual, but to the public. He says, in the Introduction to his Poem, " unintelligible, and therefore much read: it was "...took upon them to direct the taste of the " town." The part I meant to allude to, is in a note on this paragraph. You will please to take notice, Gentlemen,...
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The Annual biography and obituary

1822
...the period we speak of, a knot of fantastic coxcombs had set up a daily paper, called ' The World.' It was perfectly unintelligible, and, therefore, much...them to direct the taste of the town, by prefixing a short panegyric to every trifle that came before them. " At this auspicious period the first cargo...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Zväzok 6

1822
...the period we speak of, a knot of fantastic coxcombs had set up a daily paper, called ' The World.' It was perfectly unintelligible, and, therefore, much...them to direct the taste of the town, by prefixing a short panegyric to every trifle that came before them. • " At this auspicious period the first cargo...
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The Trollopiad, Or, Travelling Gentlemen in America: A Satire

Frederick William Shelton - 1837 - Počet stránok 151
...centered in " THE WORLD."* * " A knot of fantastic coxcombs had set up a daily paper called ' The World.' It was perfectly unintelligible, and therefore much...;) and as its conductors were at once ignorant and Now BELLA CRUSCA sang in strains to move And warbled most deliciously of " LOVE." The soft infection...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham

Englishmen - 1837
...the period we speak of, a knot of fantastic coxcombs had set up a daily paper, called ' The World.' It was perfectly unintelligible, and, therefore, much...of what appeared in its own columns, and abuse of everything that appeared elsewhere ;) and as its conductors were at once ignorant and conceited, they...
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Select works of the British poets: in a chronological series from Falconer ...

John Aikin - 1838 - Počet stránok 732
...erpow to tale A hundred S) unuiinli like Madaui Thnle. had sel up a daily paper called the World.* It was perfectly unintelligible, and therefore much...was equally lavish of praise and abuse, (praise of «h;n appeared in its own columns, and abuse of every tiling that appeared elsewhere;) and as its conductors...
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Select Works of the British Poets: In a Chronological Series from Falconer ...

John Aikin - 1838 - Počet stránok 732
...talPerown, expaw to nle A biudnd SximuiB like Moiui, 1 trait. had set up a daily pnper colled the World.* ng wild Along the beach ; the men half arm'd and arming» One with a shield, one with a ca mid abuse, (praise of what appeared in its own columns, and abuse of every thing that appeared elsewhere...
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Select Works of the British Poets: In a Chronological Series from Falconer ...

John Aikin - 1838 - Počet stránok 732
...half-crown, «фои to nie A buidrtd Sf кшЫ« UM Madam Tbnlv. had set up a daily paper called the World.* ; p га 1ье and abuse, (praise of \vhat appeared in its own columns, and abuse of every thing that...
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London Saturday Journal..., Zväzok 1

1839
...was perfectly unintelligible, and therefore much read; it wa« equally lavish of praise and abuse j and, as its conductors were at once ignorant and conceited,...them to direct the taste of the town, by prefixing a short panegyric to every trifle which came before them. "At this auspicious period the first cargo...
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