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" Mr. Congreve had one Defect, which was, his entertaining too mean an Idea of his first Profession, (that of a Writer) tho' 'twas to this he ow'd his Fame and Fortune. He spoke of his Works as of Trifles that were beneath him; and hinted to me in our first... "
Memoirs of Viscountess Sundon: Mistress of the Robes to Queen Caroline ... - الصفحة 44
المحررون: - 1847
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Letters Concerning the English Nation

Voltaire - 1733 - عدد الصفحات: 253
...that he was perfectly well acquainted with human Nature, and frequented what we call polite Company. He was infirm, and come to the Verge of Life when I knew. hirn. Mr. Congress had one Defect, \vhkh was, his entertaining too mean an Idea of his firft Profeffion,...

The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Moral essays

Alexander Pope - 1751
...Voltaire has very well, and with proper indignation, expbfed in his account of Mr. Congreve : *' He had one Defect, which *' was, his entertaining too " mean an Idea of his firft " Profeffion, (that of a Wri" ter) tho' 'twas to this he " ow'd his Fame and For" tune. He fpoke...

The works of Alexander Pope. With his last corrections, additions ..., المجلد 3

Alexander Pope - 1754
...M. Voltaire has very well, and with proper indignation, expofed in his account of Mr. Congreve: " He had one Defect, which was, his entertaining too " mean an Idea of his.firft Profefiion, (that of a Writer) tho* " 'twas to this he ow'd his Fame and Fortune. He fpoke...

Letters Concerning the English Nation

Voltaire - 1760 - عدد الصفحات: 255
...that he was perfectly well acquainted with human nature, and frequented what we call polite company. He was infirm, and come to the verge of life when I knew him. Mr. Congre.ve had one defeft, which was, his entertaining too mean an idea of his firft profefiion, (that of a writer) tho*...

Letters Concerning the English Nation

Voltaire - 1760 - عدد الصفحات: 255
...that be' was perfectly well acquainted with human nature, and frequented what we call polite company. He was infirm, and come to the verge of life,, when I knew him. Mr. Cc/ngreve had one defect, which ¥/as, his entertaining too mean an idea of his hrs firCLpf&feffion,...

A new and general biographical dictionary, المجلد 3

New and general biographical dictionary - 1761
...was perfectly well acquainted '« with human nature, and frequented what we call polite " company. He was infirm and come to the verge of " life, when...which was his entertaining too mean an idea of his firft '* profeffion, that of a writer ; though it was to this he " owed his fame and fortune. He fpoke...

A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an ..., المجلد 3

1761
...perfectly well acquainted «• with ct with human nature, and frequented what we call polite *' company. He was infirm and come to the verge of " life, when I knew him. Mr. Congreve had one defect, x <* which was his entertaining too mean an idea of his Hrft " owed his fame and fortune. He fpoke...

A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ...

1798
...that he was perfectly well acquainted with 'human nature, and frequented what we call polite company. He was infirm, and come to the verge of life, when...which was his entertaining too mean an idea of his firit profcifion, that of a writer ; though it •was to this he owed his fame and fortune. He fpoke...

The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal, المجلد 41

1834
...their vigour." Still, however, I dwelt upon Voltaire's praises. " He was infirm," says Voltaire, " and come to the verge of life when I knew him. Mr....an idea of his first profession, that of a writer." What, said I, was even Congreve ashamed of play-writing — he who (as his French friend says) owed...

The Works of Alexander Pope, المجلد 3

Alexander Pope - 1822
...Voltaire has very well, and with proper indignation, exposed in his account of Mr. Congreve : " He had one defect, which was, his entertaining too mean...profession (that of a Writer), though it was to this heowed his fame and fortune. He The verse and sculpture bore as equal part, And Art reflected images...




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