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" The gifts of imagination bring the heaviest task upon the vigilance of reason; and to bear those faculties with unerring rectitude, or invariable propriety, requires a degree of firmness and of cool attention, which doth not always attend the higher gifts... "
Memoirs of a Picture: Containing the Adventures of Many Conspicuous ... - Seite 158
von William Collins - 1805
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The Monthly anthology, and Boston review, Band 1

1804
...bear thofe faculties with unerring rectitude, or invariable propriety, requires a degree of firmnefs and of cool attention, which doth not always attend...higher gifts of the mind. Yet, difficult as nature herfelf feems to have rendered the talk of regularity to genius, it is the fuprcme confolation of dulncfs...
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Memoirs of picture: containing the adventures of many conspicuous characters ...

William Collins (picture-dealer.) - 1805
...with humanity, throughout the whole of God's unbounded creation. May we, then, in the accents of tear der mercy, apply the comforting and elegant opinion...rendered the task of regularity to genius, it is the su^ preme consolation of dulness and of folly, to point with Gothic triumph to those excesses which...
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The Cabinet: Or, Monthly Report of Polite Literature, Band 2

1807
...IMAGINATION. TOTI ; and to bear those faculties with unerring rectitude or invariable propriety, reqnires a degree of firmness and of cool attention, which...mind. Yet, difficult as nature herself seems to have reduced the task of regularity to genius, it is the supreme consolation of dulluess to seize upon those...
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The Lusiad: Or, The Discovery of India: an Epic Poem, Band 1

Luís de Camões - 1809
...viceroy and the first Golhs in power; yet let it also be remembered, that " The gifts of imagination bring the heaviest task upon the vigilance of reason;...regularity to genius, it is the supreme consolation of dullness and of folly to point with Gothic triumph to those excesses which are the overflowings of...
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The Lady's Pocket Library ...

1809 - 330 Seiten
...invariable propriety, requires a degree of firm" ness, and of cool attention, which does not al" ways attend the higher gifts of the mind : yet " difficult as nature herself seems to have ren" dered the task of regularity to genius, it is the " supreme consolation of dulness, and of folly»...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Band 5

1818
...invariable propriety, requires " a degree of firmness and of cool atteu" tion, which doth not always atteud the " higher gifts of the mind. Yet difficult as "...seems to have rendered " the task of regularity to geniu«, it is the " supreme consolation of dullness and of " folly to point with Gothic triumph to...
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Thaumaturgia, Or, Elucidations of the Marvellous

Oxonian - 1835 - 362 Seiten
...rectitude or invariable propriety, requires a degree of firmness and of cool attention, which does not always attend the higher gifts of the mind. Yet, difficult as nature herself seems to have reduced the task of regularity to genius, it is the supreme consolation of dullness, to seize upon...
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Works, Complete, Band 2

Hannah More - 1843
...rectitude, or invariable propriety, requires a degree of firmness, and of cool attention, which does not always attend the higher gifts of the mind ; yet,...the task of regularity to genius, it is the supreme coneolation of dulness and of folly to point with Gothic triumph to those excesses which are the overflowing...
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The Lusiad; or, The discovery of India, tr. by W.J. Mickle

Luis Vaz de Camoens - 1877
...viceroy and the first persons in power; yet let it also be remembered, that " The gifts of imagination bring the heaviest task upon the vigilance of reason;...regularity to genius, it is the supreme consolation of dullness and of folly to point with Gothic triumph to those excesses whic"h are the overflowings of...
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