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Страница 287 - Midst others of less note, came one frail Form, A phantom among men; companionless As the last cloud of an expiring storm Whose thunder is its knell; he, as I guess, Had gazed on Nature's naked loveliness, Actaeon-like, and now he fled astray With feeble steps o'er the world's wilderness, And his own thoughts, along that rugged way, Pursued, like raging hounds, their father and their prey.
Страница 78 - What you have already sent me is very valuable, and full of information ; but instead of correcting you, Sir, you are far more able to correct me. I have not the happiness of understanding the Saxon language, and without your learned notes should not have been able to comprehend Rowley's text...
Страница 88 - THE following work was found in the library of an ancient Catholic family in the north of England. It was printed at Naples, in the black letter, in the year 1529.
Страница 44 - Come, (he would say,) you and I will take a walk in the meadow; I have got the cleverest thing for you imaginable — it is worth half-a-crown merely to have a sight of it, and to hear me read it to you.
Страница 78 - I do not understand. You do not point out exactly the time when he lived, which I wish to know ; as I suppose it was long before John...
Страница 254 - Bristol an eternal fund of scandal, is here only introduced as a subject of taste ; if a man dresses well, he has taste ; if careless, he has his own reasons for so doing, and is prudent. Need I remind you of the contrast ? The poverty of authors is a common observation, but not always a true one. No author can be poor who understands the arts of booksellers. AVithout this necessary knowledge, the greatest genius may starve ; and •with it, the greatest dunce live in splendour. This knowledge I...
Страница 5 - At seven," says the same neighbour, who was much in the house, " he visibly improved : at eight years of age he was so eager for books, that he read from the moment he waked, which was early, until he went to bed. if they would let him.
Страница 225 - Poems to represent an enthusiastic Methodist, intended to send it to Romaine, and impose it upon the infatuated world as a reality ; but thanks to Burgum's generosity, I am now employed in matters of more importance. Saturday, April 20, 1770.
Страница 227 - This is the last will and testament of me Thomas Chatterton, of the city of Bristol ; being sound in bod}', or it is the fault of my last surgeon : the soundness of my mind, the coroner and jury are to be judges of, desiring them to take notice, that the most perfect masters of human nature in Bristol distinguish me by the title of the Mad Genius ; therefore, if I do a mad action, it is conformable to every action of my life, which all savour'd of insanity.