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Microcosm - Page 148
by Gregory Griffin, George Canning - 1793
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The Microcosm: a periodical work

Gregory Griffin, John Smith, George Canning, Robert Percy Smith, John Hookham Frere - Literary Collections - 1788 - 455 pages
...in Virgil's poem, almoft the firft light in which the Pious Mneas appears to us, is a deer-ftealer; nor is it much excufe for him, that the deer were...have been pretty well aflured, that they were not tys. Having thus acquitted ourHeroof mifconducr, by the example of his betters, I proceed to what I...
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The microcosm [ed. by G. Canning and others]. [Another]

George Canning - 1793
...that way. We may remember too, that in Virgil's poem, almoft the firft light in which the Pious JEneas appears to us, is a deer-Jlealer ; nor is it much...wandering without keepers; for however he might, from this circumflance, have been unable to afcertain vvhofe property they were ; he might, I think, have been...
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The Microcosm: A Periodical Work, Volume 1

1809
...first light in which the pious /r.iir,-i- appears to us, is a deer-stealer ; nor is it much excuse for him, that the deer were wandering without keepers ; for however he might, from this circumstance, have been unable to ascertain whose property they were; he might, I tUiuk, have been...
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The gleaner: a series of periodical essays, Volumes 1-4

English essays - 1811
...the first light in which the pious JEneas appears to us, is a deer-stealer ; nor is it much. excuse for him, that the deer were wandering without keepers ; for however he might, from this circumstance, have been unable to ascertain whose property they were, he might, I think, have been...
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Microcosm. General index

Lionel Thomas Berguer - English essays - 1823
...almost the first light in which the pious J2neas appears to us, is a deer-stealer; nor is it much excuse for him, that the deer were wandering without keepers; for however he might, from this circumstance, have been unable to ascertain whose property they were; he might, I think, have been...
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The microcosm [ed. by G. Canning and others]. [Another]

George Canning - 1825
...the first light in which the pious /Ktiwis appears to us, is a deer-stealer; nor is it much excuse for him that the deer were wandering without keepers ; for however he might, from this circumstance, have been unable to ascertain whose property they were ; he might, I think, have been...
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Parodies and Other Burlesque Pieces by

Henry Morley - Burlesque - 1890 - 446 pages
...almost the first light in which the pious .^Eneas appears to us is a deer-stealer; nor is it much excuse for him that the deer were wandering without keepers, for however he might, from this circumstance, have been unable to ascertain whose property they were, he might, I think, have been...
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