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This work recommends itself to public notice by its clear , concise , and impartial
history of a country and a people for whom the feelings of every lover of freedom
are deeply interested . " - - N . Y . Atlas . “ or the writer ' s fairness and research ...
Every one has read or heard of Robinson Crusoe , and the unrivalled and long -
continued popularity of that admi . rable narrative , proves that the tastes and
feelings to which it addresses itself are among the strongest and most universal ...
... and are , as it were , pushed off , upon the stream of life . Added to these
feelings , the seaboy has to endure physical hardships , and the privation of
every comfort , even of sleep . Nelson had a feeble body and an affectionate
heart , and he ...
... and spirits which had sunk with his strength . Long afterward , when the name
of Nelson was known as widely as that of England itself , he spoke of the feelings
which he at this time endured . “ I felt impressed , " said he , “ with a feeling that I ...
What I experience when I read such as I am sure are the pure sentiments of your
heart , my poor pen cannot express : - - nor , indeed , would I give much for any
pen or head which could express feelings of that kind . Absent from you , I feel no
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Southey is perhaps best known as the friend of Wordsworth and Coleridge in their early "Lake Poet" days who wrote some often denigrated but in my experience readable verse fantasies (the Curse of ... Прочетете пълната рецензия