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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces, Biographical and Critical - Page 25
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Miscellaneous pieces in verse and prose

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - 1751
...his learning could have fallen, but thro' ^ Y 2 carecareleffnefs. His poetry, as well as Ogilby*s, is too mean for criticifm. It is a great lofs to 'the...the Iliad. He has left us only the firft book, and a final] part of the fixth ; in which if he has in fome places not truly interpreted the fenfe, or preferved...
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The Works of Alexander Pope: Esq., with His Last Corrections, Additions, and ...

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - 1751
...fallen,' but thix/ Y 2 careleflhefs. His poetry, as well as Ogilby's, is too mean for critkifm. Jt is a great lofs to the poetical world that Mr. Dryden...the Iliad. He has left us only the firft book, and a final! part of the fixih ; in which if he has in fome places not truly interpreted the fcnfe, or preferved...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. ...: Miscellaneous pieces in verse and prose

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - Literary Criticism - 1751
...now and then guilty of miftakes, into which no writer of his learning could have fallen, but thro' careleffnefs. His poetry, as well as Ogilby's, is...the poetical world that Mr. Dryden did not live to tranihre the Iliad. He has left us only the firii book, and a fmall part of the fixth ; in which if...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: Miscellaneous pieces in verse and prose

Alexander Pope - 1752
...writer of his learning could have fallen, bat thro' careleflhcfs. His poetry, as well as Ogflby's, is too mean for criticifm. It is a great lofs to the...not live to tranflate the Iliad. He has left us only die firtl book, and a fmall part <rf" the fixdi ; in which if he has in fome places not truly interpreted...
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The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland: To the Time ..., Volume 2

Theophilus Cibber, Thomas Coxeter - Poets, English - 1753
...mentioned. He fometimes omits whole fimiles and fentences, and is now and then guilty of miftakes, into which no writer of his learning could have fallen but through careleffnefs. His poetry, like Ogilby's, is too mean for criticifm.' He left behind likewife feveral MSS. Mr. Francis Peck has...
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The works of Alexander Pope. With his last corrections, additions, and ...

Alexander Pope - 1754
...could have fallen, but thro' careleffhefs. His poetry, as well as Ogilby's, is too mean for critidfm. It is a great lofs to the poetical world that Mr....live to tranflate the Iliad. He has left us only the firftbDok, and a fmall part of the fixth; in which if he has in fome places not truly interpreted the...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq: In Nine Volumes Complete, with ..., Volume 6

Alexander Pope, William Warburton (Bp. of Gloucester) - English poetry - 1760
...above-mentioned. He fometimes omits whole fimiles and fentences, and is now and then guilty of miftakes, into which no Writer of his learning could have fallen, but through careleflhefs. His poetry, as well as Ogilby's, is too mean for criticifm. It is a great lofs to the...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, Esq. in Six Volumes Complete: Miscellaneous ...

Alexander Pope, William Warburton - 1787
...mentioned. He fometimes omits whole fimiles and fentences, and is now and then guilty of miftakes, into which no writer of his learning could have fallen, but through careleflhefs. His poetry, as well as Ogilby's is too mean for criticifm. It is a great lofs to the...
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Elegant extracts: or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose, selected ...

Vicesimus Knox - Literary Criticism - 1790 - 1019 pages
...mentioned. He fometimes omits whole ftmilies and fentences, and is now and then guilty of millakes, into which no writer of his learning could have fallen, but through careleflhefs. His poetry, as well as Ogilby's, is too mean for criticifm. It is a great lofs to the...
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