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" They were like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree still grow proportionably. But how this love came to be produced in me so early is a hard question. I believe I can tell the particular little chance that filled my head first... "
The Calamities and Quarrels of Authors: With Some Inquiries Respecting Their ... - Page 59
edited by - 1868
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Select works of Mr. A.Cowley. ...

Abraham Cowley, Thomas Sprat - 1772
...immoderate love of them, which ftampt firft, or rather engraved, thefe characters in me: they were like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree ftill grow proportionably. But, how this love came to be produced in me fo early; is a hard queftion...
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A Bill to Enable John Dickins, of Leaton in the County of Stafford, Esq; to ...

Great Britain. Parliament - 1772 - 4 pages
...immoderate love of them, which ftampt firft, or rather engraved, thefe characters in me; they were like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree ftill grow proportionably. But, how this love came to be produced in me fo early, is a hard [./"] "...
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Select works of Mr. A. Cowley: in two volumes, Volume 2

Abraham Cowley, Richard Hurd - English poetry - 1772
...immoderate love of them, which ftampt firft, or rather engraved, thefe characters in me : they were like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree ftill grow proportion ably. But, how this love came to be produced in me fo early, is a hard i [f]...
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The Works of the English Poets: With Prefaces ..., Volume 2, Part 2

Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1779
...immoderate love of them, which ftampt firft, or rather engraved, thefe charafters in mei they were like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree ftill grow proportionably. But, how this love came to be produced in me fo early, is a hard queftion...
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Poetical translations from the ancients

Gilbert Wakefield - Literary Criticism - 1795 - 124 pages
...immoderate love of poets, which " ftampt firft, or rather engraved, thefe characters in me. They we(e tike " letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tiee iiill grow " proportionably." Picrides- Vos hzc facietis maxima Gallo : Gdllo, cujus amor tantum...
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The Works of Abraham Cowley, Volume 3

Abraham Cowley, Samuel Johnson, John Aikin - English literature - 1806
...immoderate love of them, which stamped first, or rather engraved, these characters in me : they Vvere like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree still grow proportionably. But, how this love came to be produced in me so early, is a hard question...
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The Works of Mr. A. Cowley: In Prose and Verse, Volume 3

Abraham Cowley, Richard Hurd, Samuel Johnson - English poetry - 1809
...immoderate love of them, which stamped first, or rather engraved, these characters in me : they were like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree still grow proportionably. But, how this love came to be produced in me so early, is a hard question...
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A manual of essays, selected from various authors

Manual - 1809
...immoderate love of them which stamped first, or rather engraved, these characters in me : they were like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree grow still proportionably. But how this love came to be produced in me so early is a hard question....
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The British Prose Writers: Cowley's essays. Shenstone's essays

British prose literature - 1821
...immoderate love of them, which stamped first, or rather engraved, these characters in me : they were like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree still grow proportionably. But how this love came to be produced in me so early, is a hard question....
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The British Poets: Including Translations ...

British poets - English poetry - 1822
...immoderate love of them, which stamped first, or rather engraved, these characters in me : they were like letters cut into the bark of a young tree, which with the tree still grow proportionably. But, how this love came to be produced in me so early, is a hard question...
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