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" ... triangle." And then he and Keats agreed he had destroyed all the poetry of the rainbow, by reducing it to the prismatic colours. It was impossible to resist him, and we all drank, " Newton's health, and confusion to mathematics. "
The Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology - Seite 514
1853
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Life of Benjamin Robert Haydon, Historical Painter, Band 1

Benjamin Robert Haydon - 1853
...see the good humour of Wordsworth in giving in to all our frolics without affectation, and laughmg as heartily as the best of us. By this time other friends joined — among them, poor Ritchie, who was going to penetrate by Fezzan to Timbuctoo. I introduced him to...
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Cyclopædia of Literary and Scientific Anecdote: Illustrations of the ...

William Keddie - 1854 - 368 Seiten
...and confusion to mathematics." It was delightful to see the good-humour of Wordsworth in giving in to all our frolics without affectation, and laughing...penetrate by Fezzan to Timbuctoo. I introduced him as "A gentleman going to Africa." Lamb seemed to take no notice ; but all of a sudden, he roared out,...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Band 10

William Wordsworth - 1889
...confusion to mathematics.' It was delightful to see the good-humour of Wordsworth in giving in to all oar frolics without affectation, and laughing as heartily...gentleman going to Africa.' Lamb seemed to take no notice; hut all of a sudden he roared out, ' Which is the gentleman we are going to lose ?' We then drank the...
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Charles Lamb

Alfred Ainger - 1882 - 186 Seiten
...and confusion to mathematics." It was delightful to see the good humour of Wordsworth in giving in to all our frolics without affectation, and laughing...poor Ritchie, who was going to penetrate by Fezzan to Timbnctoo. I introduced him to all as " a gentleman going to Africa." Lamb seemed to take no notice...
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Charles Lamb

Alfred Ainger - 1882 - 186 Seiten
...and confusion to mathematics." It was delightful to see the good humour of Wordsworth in giving in to all our frolics without affectation, and laughing...this time other friends joined, amongst them poor Eitchie, who was going to penetrate by Fezzan to Timbuctoo. I introduced him to all as " a gentleman...
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The Poetical Works of William Wordsworth, Band 10

William Wordsworth - 1889
...and confusion to mathematics.' It was delightful to see the good-humour of Wordsworth in giving in to all our frolics without affectation, and laughing...this time other friends joined, amongst them poor Eitchie, who was going to penetrate by Fezzan to Timbuctoo. I introduced him to all as ' a gentleman...
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The Life of William Wordsworth, Band 2

William Angus Knight - 1889
...and confusion to mathematics.' It was delightful to see the good-humour of Wordsworth in giving in to all our frolics without affectation, and laughing...this time other friends joined, amongst them poor Eitchie, who was going to penetrate by Fezzan to Timbuctoo. I introduced him to all as ' a gentleman...
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Three Lectures on English Literature

Sir William Symington M'Cormick - 1889 - 184 Seiten
...a very proper one too.' ... It was delightful to see the good humour of Wordsworth in giving in to all our frolics without affectation, and laughing as heartily as the best of us." they also belong to Wordsworth's family, " through whom a kindred likeness prevails, as well of minds...
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B. R. Haydon and His Friends

George Paston - 1905 - 306 Seiten
...and confusion to mathematics.' It was delightful to see the goodhumour of Wordsworth in giving in to all our frolics without affectation, and laughing as heartily as the best of us." After dinner other friends joined the party, including an unfortunate gentleman, a Comptroller of Stamps,...
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John Keats

Walter Jackson Bate - 2009 - 780 Seiten
...and confusion to mathematics." It was delightful to see the good-humour of Wordsworth in giving in to all our frolics without affectation, and laughing as heartily as the best of us. Then Ritchie appeared, and Haydon introduced him as "a gentleman going to Africa." Lamb, now lost in...
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