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" And afterwards he came out of his concealment, and lived many years much visited by all strangers, and much admired by all at home, for the poems he wrote, though he was then blind, chiefly that of Paradise Lost, in which there is a nobleness both of... "
Critical Observations on Shakespeare - Seite 18
von John Upton - 1746 - 346 Seiten
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Explanatory Notes and Remarks on Milton's Paradise Lost

Jonathan Richardson - 1734 - 546 Seiten
...Strain of Cle" mency if it was Intended he fhpuld be " Forgiven. He was not Excepted out ef " the Act of Indemnity. and Afterwards he " came out of his...Concealment, and lived " many Years Much Vifited by All Strangers, jJ^and much Admir'd by All at Home for the . *'• -Poems he Writ, though he was tfien B.lind,...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: From the Restoration of King ...

Gilbert Burnet - 1753
...forgot, and an odd wvw ftrain of clemency, if it was intended he fhould be forgiven. He was not excepced out of the aft of indemnity. And afterwards he came...home for the poems he writ, tho' he was then blind j chiefly that of Paradife Loft, in which there is a noblenefs both of contrivance and execution, that,...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Band 27

1795
...people." SWIFT. " He cenlures even mercy." BURNET, p. 163. " Milton was not excepted out of the Аи of Indemnity, . and afterwards he came out of his...ftrangers, and much admired by all at home for the poems lie writ, though he was then blind ; cliiclly that of " Paradife Loft," in which there is an oblen«:...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Band 17

Jonathan Swift - 1808
...people." — Swift. " He censures even mercy." P. 163. liurnet. " Milton was not excepted out of the Act of Indemnity; and afterwards he came out of his concealment, and lived many years, much visited by all strangers, and much admired by all at home for the poems he writ, . though he was then...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Historical tracts. Political poetry. Poems ...

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
...people." — Swift. " He censures even mercy." Ibid. Burnct. " Milton was not excepted out of the Act of Indemnity ; and afterwards he came out of his concealment, and lived many years, much visited by all strangers, and much admired by all at home for the poems he writ, though he was then...
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Historical tracts. Political poetry. Poems chiefly relating to Irish politics

Jonathan Swift - 1814
...people." — Swift. " He censures even mercy." Ibid. Burnet. " Milton was not excepted out of the Act of Indemnity ; and afterwards he came out of his concealment, and lived many years, much visited by all strangers, and much admired by all at home for the poems he writ, though he was then...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift: Historical tracts. Political poetry. Poems ...

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1814
...and afterwards he came out of his concealment, and lived many years, much visited by all strangers, and much admired by all at home for the poems he writ, though he was then blind ; chiefly that of " Paradise Lost," in which there is a nobleness both of...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed ..., Band 1

Gilbert Burnet - 1823
...mency if it was intended he should be forgiven." He was not excepted out of the act of indemnity 1. And afterwards he came out of his concealment, and lived many years, much visited by all strangers, and much admired by all at home for the poems he writ, though he was then...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time, Band 1

Gilbert Burnet - 1833
...clemency if it was intended he should be forgiven. He was not excepted out of the act of indemnityP. And afterwards he came out of his concealment, and lived many years, much visited by all strangers, and much admired by all at home for the poems he writ, though he was then...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: From the Restoration of ..., Band 1

Gilbert Burnet - 1850 - 949 Seiten
...odd strain of clemency, if it was intended he should be forgiven. He was not excepted out of the act of indemnity. And afterwards he came out of his concealment, and lived many years much visited by all strangers, and much admired by all at home for the poems he wrote, though he was then...
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