The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 22 (Google eBook)

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A. Constable, 1814
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Page 83 - Here let those reign, whom pensions can incite To vote a patriot black, a courtier white; Explain their country's dear-bought rights away...
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Science in the 19th Century Periodical
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Sydney Smith's Bonds.
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SYDNEY SMITH'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EDINBURGH REVIEW -- MURPHY s5 ...
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JSTOR: The Literary Criticism of Sydney Smith
In these volumes are sixty-five of the eighty articles which Smith con- tributed to The Edinburgh Review, between 1802 and 1827. Thir- teen other articles ...
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By Cooke, gw [A criticism by aj, extracted from the Edinburgh Review. ... Thoughts suggested by Lord Lauderdale’s observations upon The Edinburgh Review. ...
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Edinburgh Review
The Edinburgh Review, a quarterly magazine, was founded in October, ... The Edinburgh Review was the most influential magazine of its day and by 1818 ...
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Sydney Smith - Wikiquote
"Parisian Morals and Manners", published in The Edinburgh Review (1843); Smith might have been thinking of the final words of Swift's "Hints Towards an ...
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Re: Edinburgh Review giveaway
The former occupant traced her descent to late 18th-early 19th cen. political economist, Francis Horner, who helped found the Edinburgh Review, one of the ...
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Jeffrey Lomonaco - Adam Smith's "Letter to the Authors of the ...
One of Adam Smith's first publications was a letter addressed to the editors of the Edinburgh Review, printed anonymously in the second issue of the ...
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Francis Jeffrey, Lord Jeffrey (Scottish critic and judge ...
literary critic and Scottish judge, best known as the editor of The Edinburgh Review, a quarterly that was the preeminent organ of British political and ...
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