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" Nay, to that perfection is he arrived, that he stoops as he walks. The figure of the man is odd enough; he is a lively little creature, with long arms and legs : a spider is no ill emblem of him : he has been taken at a distance for a small windmill. "
The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq - Page 289
by Alexander Pope - 1751
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The Guardian, Volume 2

Sir Richard Steele, Joseph Addison - 1714 - 347 pages
...generally in Black that he. may appear yft left. Nay, to that Perfection is he arrived, that hefteotf as he walks. The Figure of the Man is odd enough; he is a lively little Creature, with long Arm* and Legs: A Spider is no ill Emblem of him. He has been taken at a diftance for a fnM Windmill....
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The Works of Alexander Pope: Miscellaneous pieces in verse and prose

Alexander Pope - 1751
...black, that he may *' appear yet lefs. Nay, to that perfection is he * arrived, that he ftoops as he walks. The figure " of the man is odd enough ; he...** creature, with long arms and legs : a Spider is <e no ill emblem of him : he has been taken at a " diftance for a fmall Windmill. But indeed what **...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Miscellaneous pieces in verse and prose

Alexander Pope - 1751
...black, that he may " appear yet leis. Nay, to that perfection is he " arrived, that he ftoope as he walks. The figure " of the man is odd enough ; he...lively little " creature, with long arms and legs : a Spi<£ der is no ill emblem of him: he has been taken " at a diftance for a fmall Windmill. But indeed...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Miscellaneous pieces in verse and prose

Alexander Pope - 1751
...black, that he may cc appear yet lefs. Nay, to that perfection is he " arrived, that he ftoops as he walks. The figure " of the man is odd enough ; he is a lively little *c creature, with long arms and legs : a Spider is <e no ill emblem of him : he has been taken at a...
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The works of Alexander Pope. With his last corrections, additions ..., Volume 7

Alexander Pope - 1754
...*tppW yt fefc. Nay, to that perfection is he : ' arrived, that he ftoops as he walks. The figure 0 of the man is odd enough : he is a lively little ".creature,...is " no ill emblem of him : he has been taken at a " diiiance for a fmall Windmill. But indeed what " principally moved us in his favour wat his...
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The Works of Alexander Pope: Letters

Alexander Pope - 1757
...black, that he may appear yet left. " Nay, to that perfeftion is he arriye'd/that he ftoops " as he walks. The figure of the man is odd enough : " he...Windmill. " But indeed what principally moved us in his fa" vour was his talent in Poetry, for he hath promifed " to undertake a long work in fhort verfe to...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: In Four Volumes Complete. With His Last ...

Alexander Pope - 1778
...black, that he may ' appear ytt lefs. Nay, to that perfeftion he is arrived, " that he Hoops as he walks. The figure of the man is " odd enough ; he...arms and legs : a Spider is no ill emblem of him : he " Las been taken at a diftance for a fmall Windmill. " Pnf indeed what principally moved us in his...
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An Historical Rhapsody on Mr. Pope

Thomas Tyers - 1782 - 95 pages
...perfection is he arrived, that \\QJloop3 as he walks. The figure of the man, continues he jocofely, is odd enough ; he is a lively little creature, with long arms and legs. A fpider is no ill emblem of him. He has been taken at a diftance for a fmall wind-mill. He inherited...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. in Six Volumes Complete: Miscellaneous ...

Alexander Pope - 1787
...black, that he may appear yet lefs. Nay, to. that " perfection he is arrived, that he ftoops as he walks. " The figure of the man is odd enough ; he...is " no ill emblem of him : he has been taken at a dif" tance for a fmall Windmill. But indeed what prin" cipally moved us in his favour was his talent...
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The Guardian, Volume 2

1797
...figure of -the man is odd enough : he is a lively little creature, with long arms and legs. A fpider is no ill emblem of him. He has been taken at a diftance...indeed what principally moved us in his favour was his talent in poetry, for he hath promifed to undertake a long work in fhort verfe to celebrate the heroes...
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