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" By some strange chance we have never seen his first publication, which, if it at all resembles its younger brother, must be by this time so popular that any notice of it on our part would seem idle and presumptuous ; but we gladly seize this opportunity... "
Quarterly Review - Page 81
1833
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1833
...upon their labours of love. nn *ART. IV. Poems by Alfred Tennyson, pp.163. London. 12mo. 1833. is, as some of his marginal notes intimate, Mr. Tennyson's...which the lamented Keats was the harbinger ; * We saw, entirely devoted been discontinue. the cause of humanity towars anmas, an or sey, rom s reaness o supply...
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Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature, Volume 2

Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom - 1833
...strange chance we have never seen his first publication, which, if it at all resembles its younger brother, must be by this time so popular, that any...poetry of which the lamented Keats was the harbinger ; and let us take this occasion to sing our palinode on thfl| subject of " Endymion," We certainly...
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Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature, Volume 2

Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom - 1833
...strange chance we have never seen his first publication, which, if it at all resembles its younger brother, must be by this time so popular, that any...poetry of which the lamented Keats was the harbinger ; and let us take this occasion to sing our palinode on the subject of " Endymion." We certainly did...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 49

1833
...upon their labours of love. ART. IV. Poems by Alfred Tennyson, pp. 163. London. 12mo. 1833. THIS is, as some of his marginal notes intimate, Mr. Tennyson's...another and a brighter star of that galaxy or milky tuny of poetry of which the lamented Keats was the harbinger ; * \Ve saw, some months ago, two or three...
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Notes and Queries

1882
...strange chance we have never seen his first publication, which, if it at all resembles its younger brother, must be by this time so popular that any...poetry of which the lamented Keats was the harbinger We have to offer Mr. Tennyson our tribute of unminglcd approbation, and it it very agreeable to us, as...
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Every Saturday: A Journal of Choice Reading, Volume 2

1866
...seize the opportunity of repairing an unintentional neglect, and of introducing to the examination of our more sequestered readers a new prodigy of genius,...another and a brighter star of that galaxy or milky vxiy of poetry of which the lamented Keats was the harbinger." Of course this is what Mr. Arteinus...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 248

1880
...justice a masterpiece of caustic humour. It commences by welcoming, in a bitterly ironical strain, " another and a brighter star of that galaxy, or milky 'way, of poets, of which the lamented Keats was the harbinger." Speaking of the verses in the " Miller's Daughter...
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Curiosities of Criticism

Henry James Jennings - 1881 - 168 pages
...interesting, read in the light of his subsequent fame. The reviewer in an ironic strain talks about introducing " to the admiration of our more sequestered...poetry of which the lamented Keats was the harbinger." Then he proceeds through fifteen pages of "chaff" to ridicule every idea and every expression which,...
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Lord Tennyson: A Biographical Sketch

Henry James Jennings - 1884 - 270 pages
...by unearthing these forgotten diatribes. The reviewer talks in a laboriously ironical strain, about introducing " to the admiration of our more sequestered...poetry of which the lamented Keats was the harbinger." Then he proceeds, through fifteen pages of banter, to ridicule every passage that suggested material...
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Lord Tennyson: A Biographical Sketch

Henry James Jennings - 1884 - 270 pages
...by unearthing these forgotten diatribes. The reviewer talks in a laboriously ironical strain, about introducing " to the admiration of our more sequestered...poetry of which the lamented Keats was the harbinger." Then he proceeds, through fifteen pages of banter, to ridicule every passage that suggested material...
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