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" When the excellence of a new composition can no longer be contested, and malice is compelled to give way to the unanimity of applause, there is yet this one expedient to be tried, by which the author may be degraded, though his work be reverenced ; and... "
the theatre. - Seite 73
von clement scott - 1882
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An Essay on Punctuation

Joseph Robertson - 1785 - 177 Seiten
...his hearers ; he awakens them j he excites them to action ; he fhcws them their impending danger *. Bruyere declares, that we are come into the world too late to produce any thing new ; that nature and life are pre-occupied ; and that defcription and fcntiment have been...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: The Rambler

Samuel Johnson, Sir John Hawkins - 1787
...fainter lull re. This accufation is dangerous, becaufe, even when it is falfe, it may be fometimes urged with probability. Bruyere declares, that we are come into the world too late to produce any thing new, that nature and life are preoccupied, and that description and fentiment have been long...
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The Rambler

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - 1787
...our fainter luftre. This accufation is dangerous, becaufe, even when it is falfe, it may be fometimes urged with probability. Bruyere declares, that we are come into the world too late to produce any thing new, that nature and life are preoccupied, and that defcription and fentiment have been long...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson.LL.D..: The rambler

Samuel Johnson - 1792
...our fainter luftre. This accufation is dangerous, becaufe, even when it is falfe, it may be fometimes urged with probability. Bruyere declares, that we are come into the world too late to produce any thing new, that nature and life are preoccupied, and that defcripdon and fentiment have been long...
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The Port folio, by Oliver Oldschool

...expedient to be tried, the (harge of plagiarism. By this the author may be degraded, though his work be reverenced, and the excellence which we cannot obscure,...distance as not to overpower our fainter lustre." — Ram. N°. 143. A regard for truth, and the memory of a distinguished scholar, has induced this...
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The Port Folio

1813
...expedient to be tried, the charge of plagiarism. By this the author may be degraded, though his work be reverenced, and the excellence which we cannot obscure,...distance as not to overpower our fainter lustre." — Ram. N°. 143. A regard for truth, and the memory of a distinguished scholar, has induced this...
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The Port Folio

1801
...expedient to be tried, the charge of plagiarism. By this the author may be degraded, though his work be reverenced, and the excellence which we cannot obscure,...at such a distance as not to overpower our fainter lustre."—Ram. N°. 143. A regard for truth, and the memory of a distinguished scholar, has induced...
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The Rambler [by S. Johnson and others]., Band 3

1801
...our fainter luftre. This accufation is dangerous, becaufe, even when it is falfe, it may be fometimes urged with probability. Bruyere declares, that we are come into the world too late to produce any thing new, that nature and life are preoccupied, and that defcription and fentiment have been long...
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Select British Classics, Band 7

1803
...there is yet this one expedient to be tried, by which the author may be degraded, though his work be reverenced ; and the excellence which we cannot obscure,...lustre. This accusation is dangerous, because, even when U is false, it may be sometimes urged with probability. Bruyere declares, that we are come into the...
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The Beauties of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Consisting of Maxims and Observations ...

Samuel Johnson - 1804 - 394 Seiten
...expedient to be tried— the charge of plagiarism. By this, the author may be degraded, though his work be reverenced ; and the excellence which we cannot obscure,,...a distance as not to overpower our fainter lustre. Ibid. p. 224. The author who imitates his predecessors, only by furnishing himself with thoughts and...
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