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" ... disposed, to wonder beyond measure at the apathetic ignorance of average students in regard of the abundant treasure to be gathered from this widest and most fruitful province in the poetic empire of England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open... "
The Age of Shakespeare - Page 149
by Algernon Charles Swinburne - 1908 - 286 pages
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Shakespeariana, Volume 3

1886
...should have availed themselves of the entry to so rich and royal an estate. The subsequent labours of Mr. Dyce made the rough ways plain and the devious...Mr. Bullen has taken up a task than which none more ardous and important, none worthier of thanks and praise, can be undertaken by any English scholar....
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 43; Volume 106

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele - 1886
...England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open its gates to all comers in the ninth year of the present century, it cannot but seem strange that comparatively...estate. The subsequent labors of Mr. Dyce made the rough wajs plain and the devious paths straight for all serious and worthy students. And now again Mr. Bullen...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science ..., Volume 43; Volume 106

American literature - 1886
...England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open its gates to all comers in the ninth year of the present century, it cannot but seem strange that comparatively...estate. The subsequent labors, of Mr. Dyce made the routh wa>s plain and the devious paths straight for all serious and worthy students. And now again...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 19

Nineteenth century - 1886
...England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open its gates to all comers in the ninth year of the present century, it cannot but seem strange that comparatively...entry to so rich and royal an estate. The subsequent labours of Mr. Dyce made the rough ways plain and the devious paths straight for all serious and worthy...
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Shakespeariana: A Critical and Contemporary Review of Shakesperian ..., Volume 3

1886
...England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open its gates to all comers in the ninth year of the present century, it cannot but seem strange that comparatively...entry to so rich and royal an estate. The subsequent labours of Mr. Dyce made the rough ways plain and the devious paths straight for all serious and worthy...
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A Chronicle History of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare, Player ...

Frederick Gard Fleay - Dramatists, English - 1886 - 364 pages
...England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open its gates to all comers in the ninth year of the present century, it cannot but seem strange that comparatively...themselves of the entry to so rich and royal an estate. Mr. Bullen has taken up a task than which none more arduous and important, none worthier of thanks...
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A Chronicle History of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare, Player ...

Frederick Gard Fleay - Dramatists, English - 1886 - 364 pages
...England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open its gates to all comers in the ninth year of the present century, it cannot but seem strange that comparatively...themselves of the entry to so rich and royal an estate. Mr. Bullen has taken up a task than which none more arduous and important, none worthier of thanks...
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The Autobiography of Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury

Edward Herbert Baron Herbert of Cherbury - Ambassadors - 1886 - 369 pages
...England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open its gates to all comers in the ninth year of the present century, it cannot but seem strange that comparatively...themselves of the entry to so rich and royal an estate. Mr. Bullen has taken up a task than which none more arduous and important, none worthier of thanks...
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The Life of William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle, to which is Added the True ...

Margaret Cavendish Duchess of Newcastle - Nobility - 1886 - 388 pages
...England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open its gates to all comers in the ninth year of the present century, it cannot but seem strange that comparatively...themselves of the entry to so rich and royal an estate. Mr. Bullen has taken up a task than which none more arduous and important, none worthier of thanks...
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Some Occasional Papers Read at the Richmond Athenaeum ...

Richmond Athenaeum - 1886 - 235 pages
...England. And yet, since Charles Lamb threw open its gates to all comers in the ninth year of the present century, it cannot but seem strange that comparatively...themselves of the entry to so rich and royal an estate. Mr. Bullen has taken up a task than which none more arduous and important, none worthier of thanks...
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