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" Upon the whole, Mr. Milton seems to be possessed of some fancy and talent for rhyming ; two most dangerous endowments, which often unfit men for acting a useful part in life, without qualifying them for that which is great and brilliant. If it be true,... "
The Monthly Magazine - Page 315
1810
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 3, Part 2

1807
...up his criticism on Milton's ode in the following appropriate sentences. ' Upon the whole, Mr. Mihon seems to be possessed of some fancy* and talent for...most dangerous endowments, which often? unfit men fbr acting an useful part in life, without qualifying them for' that which is great and brilliant....
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 29

Monthly literary register - 1810
...pretensions, he now thinks it sufficient to give notice, that he means to live with her, because be likes her. Upon the whole, Mr. Milton seems to be...possessed of some fancy and talent for rhyming; two most dangeroos endowments, which often unfit men for acting an useful part in life, without qualifying them...
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 4

Enos Bronson - 1810
...having, it should seem, established his pretensions, he now thinks it sufficient to give notice, that he means to live with her, because he likes her. Upon the whole, Mr. MiKon seems to be possessed of some fancy and talent for rhyming; two most danterous endowments, which...
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The Puffiad: A Satire

Robert Montgomery - 1828 - 128 pages
...But having, it should seem, established his pretensions, he now thinks it sufficient notice, that he means to live with her because he likes her. " Upon...dangerous endowments, which often unfit men- for acting a useful part in life, without qualifying them for that which is great and brilliant. If it be true,...
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The Benares magazine, Volumes 31-32

1852
...having, it should seem, established his pretensions, he now thinks it sufficient to give notice, that he means to live with her because he likes her. " Upon...an useful part in life, without qualifying them for what is great and brilliant. If it be true, as we have heard, that he has declined advantageous prospects...
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The New quarterly review, and digest of current literature, Volume 1

1852
...of the celebrated revicw upon the " Hours of Idleness." It is in the happicst strain of caricature. Upon the whole, Mr. Milton seems to be possessed of...rhyming; two most dangerous endowments, which often unlit men for acting an useful part in life, without qualifying them for that which is great and brilliant...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 60

1863
...having, it should seem, established his pretensions, he now thinks it sufficient to give notice that he means to live with her because he likes her. " Upon...dangerous endowments, which often unfit men for acting a useful part in life, without qualifying them for that which ia great and brilliant. If it be true,...
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Famous Pamphlets

Henry Morley - 1886 - 316 pages
...having, it should seem, established his pretensions, he now thinks it sufficient to give notice that he means to live with her, because he likes her. Upon...dangerous endowments, which often unfit men for acting a useful part in life, without qualifying them for that which is great and brilliant. If it be true,...
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Hobbes's Leviathan; Harrington's Ocean; Famous Pamphlets [A.D. 1644 to A.D ...

Thomas Hobbes - 1889 - 916 pages
...it should seem, established his pretensions, he now thinks it sufficient to give notice that •he means to live with her, because he likes her. Upon...dangerous endowments, which often unfit men for acting a useful part in life, without qualifying them for that which is great and brilliant If it be true,...
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An English Garner: Ingatherings from Our History and Literature, Volume 8

Edward Arber - 1896
...having, it should seem, established his pretensions ; he now thinks it sufficient to give notice that he means to live with her, because he likes her. Upon...dangerous endowments which often unfit men for acting a useful part in life without qualifying them for that which is great and brilliant. If it be true,...
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