Stowe: a Description of the Magnificent House and Gardens of the Right Honourable Richard Grenville Temple, Earl Temple, Viscount and Baron Cobham: One of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, and Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. Embellished with a General Plan of the Gardens, and Also a Separate Plan of Each Building, with Perspective Views of the Same
J. and F. Rivington ... B. Seeley ... and T. Hodgkinson, 1773 - 33 Seiten
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Seite 22 - ALEXANDER POPE, Who uniting the correctness of judgment to the fire of Genius, by the melody and power of his numbers, gave sweetness to sense, and grace to philosophy. He employed the pointed brilliancy of wit to chastise the vices, and the eloquence of poetry to exalt the virtues...
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Seite 27 - JOHN HAMPDEN, who with great Spirit and confummate Abilities, begun a noble Oppofition to an arbitrary Court, in Defence of the Liberties of his Country ; fupported them in Parliament, and died for them in the Field.
Seite 27 - ... the strength of his country, by reducing the interest of the national debt; which he proposed to the House of Commons in the year 1737, and, with the assistance of Government, carried into effect in the year 1750, on terms of equal justice to Particulars and to the State; notwithstanding all the impediments which private interest could oppose to public spirit.