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" ... as created beings ; and that, in the other, Adam and Eve are confounded with their sons and daughters. Such little... "
The Spectator: ... - الصفحة 125
1737
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton

John Milton - 1750
...fons and daughters. Such little blemilhes as thefe, when the thought is great and natural, we fhould, with Horace, impute to a pardonable inadvertency,...every circumftance in fo long a work. The ancient critics therefore, who were acled by a fpirit of candor, rather than that of cavilling, invented certain...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books, المجلد 1

John Milton - 1750
...fons and daughters. Such little blemiflies as thefe, when the thought is great and natural, we fhould, with Horace, impute to a pardonable inadvertency,...minute particular, and give the laft finifhing to every cir« cumftance in fo long a work. The ancient critics therefore, who were afted by a fpirit of candor,...
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A Familiar Explanation of the Poetical Works of Milton. To which is Prefixed ...

1762 - عدد الصفحات: 144
...that in the other, Adam and Eve are confounded with their Son* and Daughters. Such little Blernifhes as thefe, when the Thought is great and natural, we...attend to each minute Particular, and give the laft fimming to every Circumftance in fo long a Work. The ancient Critics, therefore, who were afted by...
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A Familiar explanation of the poetical works of Milton: to which is prefixed ...

William Dodd, Joseph Addison - 1762 - عدد الصفحات: 144
...and Daughters. Such little I'leinifhes as thefe, when the Thought is great and natural, we fhould, with Horace, impute to a pardonable Inadvertency,...minute Particular, and give the laft finifhing to every Circnmftance in fo long a Work. 1 he ancient Critics, therefore, who were adled by a Spirit of Candour,...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. The ..., الجزء 4

John Milton - 1763
...great and natural, we ihould, with Horace, impute to a pardonable inadvertency, or to the weakness of human nature, which cannot attend to each minute particular, and give the laft finifhing to every circumilance in fo long a work. The ancient critics therefore, who were zGked by a fpiru of candor,...
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Bell's Edition: The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to ...

1776
...reprefented as created beings ; and that in the other, Adam and Eve are confounded with their ions and daughters. Such little blemifhes as thefe, when the thought is great and natural, we lhould, with Horace, impute to a pardonable inadvertency, or to the weaknefs of human nature, which...
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The Spectator, المجلد 4

1778
...is great and natural, we fhould with Horace, impute to a pardonable inadvertency, or to the weakncfs of human nature, which cannot attend to each minute particular, and give the laft nnifhing to every • circumftance in fo long a work. The ancient critics therefore, who were acted...
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Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books. The Author John Milton. Printed from ...

John Milton - 1795
...isgieat and natural, we should, with 1-kvace, impute to a pardonable inadvertency, or to ths weakness "f human nature, which cannot attend to each minute particular, and give the last fmishing to every circurmtance in so long a work. The ancient crities, therefore, who were afled...
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Select British Classics, المجلد 14

1803
...great and natural, we should, with Horace, impute to a pardonable inadvertency, or to the weakness of human nature, which cannot attend to each minute particular, and give the last finishing to every circumstance in so long a work. The ancient critics therefore, who were actuated...
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The works of ... Joseph Addison, collected by mr. Tickell

Joseph Addison - 1804
...great and natural, we should, with Horace, impute to a pardonable inadvertency, or to the weakness of human nature, which cannot attend to each minute particular, and give the last finishing to every circumstance in so long a work. The ancient critics therefore, who were actuated...
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