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" I resolved to publish my poems. I weighed my productions as impartially as was in my power; I thought they had merit; and it was a delicious idea that I should be called a clever fellow, even though it should never reach my ears — a poor negro-driver... "
Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications - Page 90
by Constable and co, ltd - 1826
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 42

History - 1801
...before leaving my native country for «ivr, I rcliilvecl to pubhfl) my pwins. I weighed my produclionn as impartially as was in my power; I thought they had merit ; and it w;is a delicious idea that 1 (liould be called a clever fcllyw, even though it fliould never reach...
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The works of Robert Burns; with an account of his life, and a criticism on ...

Robert Burns - 1800
..." leaving my native country for ever, I resolved " to publish my poems. I weighed my produc" tions as impartially as was in my power; I " thought they...clever fellow, even " though it should never reach my ears — a poor " negro-driver — or perhaps a victim to that inhos" pitable clime, and gone to the...
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Annual Register, Volume 42

History - 1801
...was in mv power for Jamaica. Bui, before1 leaving my native country for ever, I rclblverl to publidi my poems. I weighed my productions as impartially...they had merit ; and it was a delicious idea that I ftiould be called a clever , even though it fliould never reach reach my ear* — a poor negro driver...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

Andrew Kippis, William Godwin - English poetry - 1801
...country for ever, I refolved to publiih my poems. I weighed my produirions as impartially as it «-as Hi my power; I thought they had merit ; and it was a delicious idea that I ihould be called a clever fellow, even though it fliould never reach my ears — a poor negro-driver...
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The Lives of the Scotish Poets: With Preliminary Dissertations on ..., Volume 2

David Irving - Scottish poetry - 1804
...with which he had already delighted his particular friends. " 1 weighed my productions," says Burns, " as impartially as was in my power ; I thought they...clever fellow, even though it should never reach my ears — a poor negro-driver — or perhaps a victim to that inhospitable clime, and gone to the world...
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The works of Robert Burns; with an account of his life, and a ..., Volume 1

Robert Burns - 1806
...what little preparation was in my power for Jamaica. Rut, before leaving my native country for ever, I resolved to publish my poems. I weighed my productions...delicious idea that I should be called a clever fellow, * An explanation of this v. ill be found hereafter. 54 THE LIFE or low, even though it should never...
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The works of Robert Burns: with an account of his life, and a ..., Volume 1

Robert Burns, Mr. Thomson (George) - 1806
...what little preparation was in my power for Jamaica. But, before leaving my native country for ever, I resolved to publish my poems. I weighed my productions...delicious idea that I should be called a clever fellow, * An explanation of this will be found hereafter. low, even though it should never reach my ears —...
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The works of Robert Burns: with an account of his life , and a ..., Volume 1

Robert Burns, James Currie - 1813
...what little preparation was in my power for Jamaica. But, before leaving my native country for ever, I resolved to publish my poems. I weighed my productions as impartially as was in my power ; f thought they had merit; and it was a delicious idea that I should be called a clever fellow, even...
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The Works of Robert Burns: With an Account of His Life, and a ..., Volume 1

Robert Burns, James Currie - Scotland - 1814 - 415 pages
...native country for ever, I resolved to puhlish my poems. I weighed my productions as impartially ns was in my power; I thought they had merit ; and it was a delieious idea that I should he ealled a elever fellow, even though it should ucvor re,ieh my ears...
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The prose works of Robert Burns

Robert Burns - 1816
...what little preparation was in my power for Jamaica. But, before leaving my native country for ever, I resolved to publish my Poems. I weighed my productions...they had merit ; and it was a delicious idea that 1 should be called a elerer follow, even though it should never reach my ears — a poor negro-driver...
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