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Lectures on ten British physicists of the nineteenth century - Page 39
by Alexander Macfarlane - 1916
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Memoirs of William Wordsworth, Poet-laureate, Volume 2

Christopher Wordsworth - 1851
...art than men are prepared to believe ; and absolute success in it depends upon innumerable minutiae, which it grieves me you should stoop to acquire a knowledge of. Milton talks of 'pouring easy his unpremeditated verse.' It would be harsh, untrue, and odious, to...
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Essays

George Brimley - English literature - 1858 - 336 pages
...art than men are prepared to believe; and absolute success in it depends upon innumerable minutiae, which it grieves me you should stoop to acquire a knowledge of. Milton talks of ' pouring easy his unpremeditated verse.' It would be harsh, untrue, and odious, to...
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Critical and ethical

William Wordsworth - 1876
...art than men are prepared to believe ; and absolute success in it depends upon innumerable minutiae, which it grieves me you should stoop to acquire a knowledge of. Milton talks of ' pouring easy his unpremeditated verse.' It would be harsh, untrue, and odious, to...
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Essays, ed. by W.G. Clark

George Brimley - 1882
...art than men are prepared to believe ; and absolute success in it depends upon innumerable minutise, which it grieves me you should stoop to acquire a knowledge of. Milton talks of 'pouring easy his unpremeditated verse.' It would be harsh, untrue, and odious, to...
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Life of Sir William Rowan Hamilton: Knt., LL. D., D. C. L., M. R ..., Volume 1

Robert Perceval Graves - Quaternions - 1882
...art than men are prepared to believe, and absolute success in it depends upon innumerable minutice, which it grieves me you should stoop to acquire a knowledge of. Milton talks of pouring " Easy his unpremeditated verse " it would be harsh, untrue and odious...
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The life of William Wordsworth, Volume 3

William Angus Knight - 1889
...art than men are prepared to believe, and absolute success in it depends upon innumerable minutite, which it grieves me you should stoop to acquire a knowledge of. Milton says of pouring 'easy his unpremeditated verse.' It would be harsh, untrue, and odious to say...
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Wordsworth's Literary Criticism

William Wordsworth - Criticism - 1905 - 260 pages
...art than men are prepared to believe ; and absolute success in it depends upon innumerable minutiae, which it grieves me you should stoop to acquire a knowledge of. Milton talks of 'pouring easy his unpremeditated verse.' It would be harsh, untrue, and odious, to...
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Letters of the Wordsworth Family: From 1787 to 1855, Volume 2

William Wordsworth, Dorothy Wordsworth - Wordsworth family - 1907
...art than men are prepared to believe, and absolute success in it depends upon innumerable minutia, which it grieves me you should stoop to acquire a knowledge of. Milton says of pouring " easy his unpremeditated verse." It would be harsh, untrue, and odious to say...
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Lectures on ten British mathematicians of the nineteenth century

Alexander Macfarlane - Mathematicians, English - 1916 - 148 pages
...an art than men are prepared to believe, and absolute success in it depends upon innumerable minuiia which it grieves me you should stoop to acquire a...poetical parts of your nature would not find a field more Javorable to their exercise in the regions of prose; not because those regions are humbler, but because...
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Physicists of Ireland: Passion and Precision

Mark McCartney, Andrew Whitaker - Science - 2003 - 312 pages
...much pleasure . . . yet have we fears that this employment may seduce you from the path of science Again I do venture to submit to your consideration,...poetical parts of your nature would not find a field more favourable to their nature in the regions of prose, not because those regions are humbler, but because...
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