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" ... which is so venerable at that time, with tears of devotion, and all the sublimity of the subject. My husband reading me his young verses, and suffering my criticisms. Ten books are published, which I think probably the middle of the whole. I will... "
Memoirs of Frederick and Margaret Klopstock - Page 92
by Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, Margareta Klopstock - 1808 - 236 pages
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Flowers of Literature: For 1804: Or, Characteristic Sketches of Human Nature ...

1805 - 590 pages
...middle of the whole. I will, as soon as I ;an, translate you the arguments of these ten books, ind what besides I think of them. The verses of the poem are without rhymes, and are hexameters, which sprt of verses my husband has been the first to introduce in our language; we being still closely attached...
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Fragments, in Prose and Verse, Volume 2

Elizabeth Smith, Henrietta Maria Bowdler - 1809 - 266 pages
...think probably the middle of the whole* I will, a$ soon as I can, translate you the argument* of these ten books, and what besides I think of them. The verses...to rhymes and iambics. I suspect the gentleman who hag made you acquainted with the Messiah is a certain Mr. Kaiser of Gottingen, who has told me at his...
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The Ladies' pocket magazine

1838 - 640 pages
...think prohably the middle of the whole. 1 will, as soon as I can, translate you the arguments of these ten books ; and what, besides, I think of them. The verses of the poem are without ryhmes, and are hexameters, which sort of verses my hushand has been the first to introduce in our...
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Good Wives

Lydia Maria Child - 1833 - 352 pages
...think probably the middle of the whole. I will, as soon as I can, translate you the arguments of these ten books, and what besides I think of them. The verses...first to introduce in our language; we being still closi'ly attached to rhymes and iambics. I am very glad, Sir, that you will take my English as it is....
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Good Wives

Lydia Maria Child - 1833 - 346 pages
...think probably the middle of the whole. I will, as soon as I can, translate you the arguments of these ten books, and what besides I think of them. The verses...without rhymes, and are hexameters, which sort of verses rny husband has been the first to introduce in our language ; we being still closely attached to rhymes...
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Recollections of a Literary Life: Or Books, Places and People

Mary Russell Mitford - 1851 - 592 pages
...think probably the middle of the whole. I will as soon as I can, translate you the arguments of these ten books, and what besides I think of them. The verses...our language ; we being still closely attached to the rhymes and iambics. " And our dear Dr. Young has been so ill ? But he is better, I thank God along...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 71

1852 - 838 pages
...think probably the middle of the whole. I will, as soon as I can, translate you the arguments of these ten books, and what besides I think of them. The verses...our language ; we being still closely attached to the rhymes and the iambics. " And our dear Dr Young has been so ill ! But he is better, I thank God,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 71

1852 - 790 pages
...think probably the middle of the whole. I will, as soon as I ean, translate you the arguments of these ten books, and what besides I think of them. The verses...first to introduce in our language ; we being still elosely attached to the rhymes and the iambies. "And our dear Dr. Young has been so ill ? But he is...
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Atlantis: Zeitschrift für Leben und Literatur in England und Amerika, Volume 1

1853 - 442 pages
...probably the middle of the whole. I will, äs soon äs I can, translate you the arguments of these ten books , and what besides I think of them. The...has been the first to introduce in our language ; we beeing still closely attached to rhymes and iambics. I suspect the gentleman who has made you acquainted...
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Biographies of Good Wives

Lydia Maria Child - 1847 - 324 pages
...think probably the middle of the whole. I will, as soon as I can, translate you the arguments of these ten books, and what besides I think of them. The verses...being still closely attached to rhymes and iambics. I am very glad, Sir, that you will take my English as it is. I knew very well that it may not always...
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