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" Gothic triumph to those excesses which are the overflowings of faculties they never enjoyed. Perfectly unconscious that they are indebted to their stupidity for the... "
Memoirs of a Picture: Containing the Adventures of Many Conspicuous ... - Seite 158
von William Collins - 1805
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The Poetical Works of Mr. William Collins: With Memoirs of the Author; and ...

William Collins, John Langhorne - 1765 - 166 Seiten
...that they are indebted to their ftupidity for the confiftency of their conduit, they plume themfelves on an imaginary virtue, which has its origin in what is really, their difgrace. — Let fuch, if fuch dare approach the fhrine of COLLINS, withdraw to a refpeftful diftance,...
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London Review of English and Foreign Literature

William Kenrick - 1776
...that they are indebted to their flupidity for the confiftency of their conduit, they plume themfelves on an imaginary virtue, which has its origin in what is really their difgrace. — Let fuch, if fuch dare approach the fhrine of Camoens, withdraw to a refpeitful diftance;...
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The Monthly Review, Band 54

1776
...they are indebted to their •Rapidity for the confifiency of their conduct, they plume them? felves on an imaginary virtue, which has its origin in what is really their difprace.—Let fuch,_if fuch daie approach'the fhrine ' of Camoiins, wiihdYaw to a refpeflful diftance...
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The Poetical Works of William Collins: With Memoirs of the Author; and ...

William Collins, John Langhorne - 1781 - 184 Seiten
...that they are indebted to their ftupidity for the confiftency of their conduct, they plume themfelvcs on an imaginary virtue, which has its origin in what is really their difgrace.— Let fuch, if fuch dare approach the mrine of COLLINS, withdraw to a refpedtful diftance,...
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The New spectator, with the sage opinions of John Bull

1784
...they " are indebted to their ftupidity for the confiftency " of their conduct, they plume themfelvcs on an " imaginary virtue which has its origin in what is " really their difgracc." — I would not here be undci flood as the apologift of ACTUAL IMFRUBENCE; it is tbe mother...
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The Lusiad: Or, The Discovery of India. An Epic Poem, Band 1

Luís de Camões - 1791
...they are indebted to their ftupidity for the con" fiftency of their conduct, they plume themfelves on an " imaginary virtue, which has its origin in what is really «' their difgrace. — Let fuch, if fuch dare approach the *' fhrine of Camoens, withdraw to a refpectful diftance...
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The Lusiad: Or, The Discovery of India. An Epic Poem, Band 1

Luís de Camões - 1791
...they are indebted to their ftupidity for the con" fiftency of their conduct, they plume themfelves on an " imaginary •virtue, which has its origin in what is really " their difgrace. — Let fuch, if fuch dare approach the " fhrine of Camoens, withdraw to a refpeclful diftance...
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The Lusiad: Or, the Discovery of India. An Epic Poem. Translated from the ...

Luís de Camões - 1798
...ate indebted to their « ftupitfity for the confiftency of their condu£l, they "..ptome thcmfelves on an imaginary virtue, which has its " origin, in what is really .their difgrace. — Let fnch, if " fuch dare approach die fhrine of Camoens, withdraw <* to . a refpe&ful...
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Memoirs of picture: containing the adventures of many conspicuous characters ...

William Collins (picture-dealer.) - 1805
...consistency of their conduct, they plume themselves on an imaginary virtue, which has its origin in"\vhat is really their disgrace. Let such, if such dare approach...and should they behold the ruins of genius, or the weakness of an exalted mind, let them be taught to lament—that Nature has left the noblest of her...
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The Lusiad: or, The discovery of India: an epic poem, Band 1

Luís de Camões - 1809
...the supreme consolation of dullness and of folly to point with Gothic triumph to those excesses which are the overflowings of faculties they never enjoyed....disgrace. Let such, if such dare approach the shrine of Camoens, withdraw to a respectful distance ; and should they behold the ruins of genius, or the weakness...
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