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" ... beneficence, exerted under numerous and formidable disadvantages ; but none equal to that with which you have been kind enough to present me. There is a pathos and delicacy in his serious poems ; a vein of wit and humour in those of a more festive... "
Lives of Scottish Poets: With Ports. and Vignettes - Страница 44
по Joseph] [Robertson - 1822
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The works of Robert Burns; with an account of his life, and a criticism on ...

Robert Burns - 1800
...poems ; a vein of wit and humour in those of a more festive turn, which cannot be too much admired, nor too warmly approved ; and I think I shall never open...present out of my power to accomplish that agreeable intention. Mr. Stewart, professor of morals in this university, had formerly read me three of the poems,...

The Lives of the Scotish Poets: With Preliminary Dissertations on the ..., Том 2

David Irving - 1804
...wit and humour in those of a more festive turn, which cannot be too much admired, nor VOL. II. 3 M too warmly approved : and I think I shall never open...approbation in verse ; but whether from declining life or a tempprary depression of spirits, it is at present out of my power to accomplish that agreeable to my...

The Works of Robert Burns: General correspondence, including pieces of ...

Robert Burns - 1806
...poems, a vein of wit and humour in those of a more festive turn, which cannot be too much admired, nor too warmly approved ; and I think I shall never open...present out of my power to accomplish that agreeable intention. Mr. Stewart, Professor of Morals in this University, had formerly read me three of the poems,...

The Works of Robert Burns: With an Account of His Life, and a ..., Том 2

Robert Burns - 1815
...and inereased. It was my wish to have expressed my approhation in verse ; hut whether from deelining life, or a temporary depression of spirits, it is at present out of my power to aeeomplish that agreeahle intention. Mr. Stewart, professor of morals in this university, had formerly...

The prose works of Robert Burns

Robert Burns - 1816 - 705 страници
...; a vein of wit and humour in those of a more festive turn, wliich cannot be too much admired, nor too warmly approved ; and I think I shall never open...approbation in verse; but whether from declining life er a F temporary depression of spirits, it is at present out of my power to accomplish that agreeable...

The prose works of Robert Burns; containing his letters and correspondence ...

Robert Burns - 1819
...poems; a vein of wit and humour in those of a more festive turn, which cannot be too much admired, nor too warmly approved ; and I think I shall never open...life or a temporary depression of spirits, it is at * The song inclosed is 'The lass of Ballochmyle.'— See poems, p. 498. present out of my power to...

Lives of Scottish Poets ...

Society of Ancient Scots - 1822
...turn, which cannot be too much admired or too warmly approved ; and I think I shall never open the hook without feeling my astonishment renewed and increased. It was my wish to have expressed my approhation in verse ; but whether from declining life, or a temporary depression of spirits, it is...

Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications

Constable and co, ltd - 1826
...poems, a vein of wit and humour in those of a more festive turn, which cannot be too much admired, nor too warmly approved; and I think I shall never open...present out of my power to accomplish that agreeable intention. " Mr Stewart, Professor of Morals in this University, had formerly read me three of the...

Life of Robert Burns

John Gibson Lockhart - 1828 - 446 страници
...poems, a vein of wit and humour m those of a more festive turn, which cannot be too much admired, nor too warmly approved ; and I think I shall never open...present out of my power to accomplish that agreeable intention. " Mr Stewart, Professor of Morals in this University, had formerly read me three of the...

Life of Robert Burns

John Gibson Lockhart - 1830 - 328 страници
...poems, a vein of wit and humour in those of a more festive turn, which cannot be too much admired, nor too warmly approved ; and I think I shall never open...it is at present out of my power to accomplish that intention. " Mr Stewart, Professor of Morals in this University, had formerly read me three of the...




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