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" who justly denounced the indignity intended, not offered, to the great Puritan poet's remains by Royalist landsharks, satisfied himself that the corpse was that of a woman of fewer years than Milton. "
Shakespeare's Bones: The Proposal to Disinter Them, Considered in Relation ... - Page 19
by Clement Mansfield Ingleby - 1883 - 48 pages
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Literary Landmarks of London

Laurence Hutton - Authors, English - 1885 - 361 pages
...to the puhlic on the 4th and 5th of that month. Mr. George Stevens, the great editor of Shakspere, who justly denounced the indignity intended, not offered, to the great Puritan poet's remains hy Royalist Landsharks, satisfied himself that the corpse was that of a woman of fewer years than Milton....
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Literary landmarks of London

Laurence Hutton - English literature - 1892 - 367 pages
...to the public on the 4th and 5th of that month. Mr. George Stevens, the great editor of Shakspere, who justly denounced the indignity intended, not offered,...corpse was that of a woman of fewer years than Milton. . . . Mr. Steevens'a assurance gives us good reason for believing that Mr. Philip Neve's indignant...
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Literary Landmarks of London

Laurence Hutton - Authors, English - 1892 - 367 pages
...to the public on the 4th and 5th of that month. Mr. George Stevens, the great editor of Shakspere, who justly denounced the indignity intended, not offered,...corpse was that of a woman of fewer years than Milton. . . . Mr. Steevens'e assurance gives us good reason for believing that Mr. Philip Neve's indignant...
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Literary Landmarks of London

Laurence Hutton - Authors, English - 1892 - 367 pages
...to the public on the 4th and 5th of that month. Mr. George Stevens, the great editor of Shakspere, who justly denounced the indignity intended, not offered,...corpse was that of a woman of fewer years than Milton. . . . Mr. Steevens's assurance gives us good reason for believing that Mr. Philip Neve's indignant...
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1639-1729

Charles Wells Moulton - Criticism - 1901
...to the public on the 4th and 5th of that month. Mr. George Stevens, the great editor of Shakspere, who justly denounced the indignity intended, not offered,...corpse was that of a woman of fewer years than Milton. . . . Mr. Stevens's assurance gives us good reason for believing that Mr. Philip Neve's indignant protest...
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Literary Landmarks of London

Laurence Hutton - English literature - 1903 - 367 pages
...to the public on the 4th and 5th of that month. Mr. George Stevens, the great editor of Shakspere, who justly denounced the indignity intended, not offered,...corpse was that of a woman of fewer years than Milton. . . . Mr. Steevens's assurance gives us good reason for believing that Mr. Philip Neve's indignant...
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