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PREFACES BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL TO THE WORKS OF THE ENGLISH POETS. - Σελίδα 225
των SAMUEL JOHNSON - 1781
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...attainments, rather than from any fingle performance ; for it would not be iafe to claim for him the higheft rank in any fingle denomination of literary dignity...have flood high among the authors with whom he is now aflbciated. For his judgement was exact, and he noted beauties and faults with very nice difcernmerit...

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...attainments, rather than from any fingle per^ formance ; for it would not be fafe to claim for him the higheft rank in any fingle denomination of literary dignity...poet, had he been only a poet, he would probably have ftood high among the authors with whom he is now aflbciated. For his judgement was exact, and he noted...

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Samuel Johnson - 1781
...from any fingle performance ; for it would not be fafe to clam for him the higheft rank in any fmgle denomination of literary dignity ; yet perhaps there...had not divided his powers to different purfuits. * • • . . j As a 'poet, had he been only a poet, f would probably have ftood high among t authors...

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Samuel Johnson - 1781
...attainments rather than from any fingle performance; for it would not be fafe to claim for him the highefl rank in any fingle denomination of literary dignity;...there was nothing in which he would not have excelled celled, if he had not divided his powers ta different purfuits. As a poet, had he been only a poet,...

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1784
...nature unexamined ; he lias taught the art of reafoning, and the fcience of the flars. As a poet, had hc been only a poet, he would probably have flood high among the authors with whom he is afibciated. He is at leaft one of the few with whom youth and ignorance may be fafely pleafed ; and...

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Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...attainments, rather than from any fingle performance ; for it would not be (afe to claim for him the higheft rank in any fingle denomination of literary dignity...have flood high among the authors with whom he is now aflbciated. For his judgement was exact, and he noted beauties and faults with very nice difcernment...

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Samuel Johnson, Sir John Hawkins - 1787
...attainments, rather than from any fingle performance ; for it would not be fafe to claim for him the higheft rank in any fingle denomination of literary dignity...poet, had he been only a poet, he would probably have ftood high among the authors with whom he is now affociated. For his judgement was exact, and he noted...

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Samuel Johnson - 1787
...from any fingle performance; for it would not be fafe to claim for him the higheft rank in any fingie denomination of literary dignity; yet perhaps there...have excelled, if he had not divided his powers to diflerent purfuits. As a poet, had he been only a poet, he would probably have flood high among the...

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1794
...!•••"• ' rank in any Crgle denomination of literary dignity ; yet perhaps there was nothilgio*1"' vould not have excelled, if he had not divided his powers...only a poet, he would probably have flood high among 1*"г •with whom he is now aflociáted. For his judgment was clear, and he noted beautiu »w xvith...

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Robert Anderson - 1795
...from any Gnglc performance : for it would not be fafc to claim for him Jie higheft rank in any Cngle denomination of literary dignity ; yet perhaps there...poet, had he been only a poet, he would probably have ftood high among the anthers with whom he is now aflbciated. For his judgment was clear, and be noted...




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