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" Of style and sentiment they take no cognizance. They admire him for virtues like their own, for contempt of order and violence of outrage, for rage of defamation and audacity of falsehood. "
THE MONTHLY REVIEW - Page 329
by Several Hands - 1771
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The Monthly Review, Volume 44

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - Bibliography - 1771
...; which after having plunged its followers in a bog, will leave us enquiring why we regarded it.' ' It is not by his livelinefs of imagery, his pungency...Supporters of the Bill of Rights feel no niceties of compofition, nor dexterities of fophiitry ; their faculties are better proportioned to the bawl of...
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Thoughts on the Late Transactions Respecting Falkland's Islands

Samuel Johnson - Falkland Islands - 1771 - 75 pages
...his fertility of alliifion, that he detains the cits of London, and the boors of Middlefex. Of ftile and fentiment they take no cognizance. They admire...Supporters of the Bill of Rights feel no niceties of compofition, nor dexterities of fophiftry; their faculties are better proportioned to the bawl of Bellas,...
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The Political Register, and Impartial Review of New Books, Volume 8

1771
...his fertility of allufion, that he detains the Cits of London, and the Boon of Middlefex. Of ftile and fentiment they take no cognizance. They admire...of outrage, for rage of defamation, and audacity of faljhood" So that, according to this modeft and candid writer, impudence, ignorance, and falfhood,...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 31

English literature - 1771
...fertility of alhifion, that he detains the cits of London, and •the boors- of Middiefex. Of itile and fentiment they take no cognizance.. They admire him for virtues like their own, for con tempt of order, and violence of outrage, fur rage of defamation and audacity of falfehood. The...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Political tracts. Political essays ...

Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - English literature - 1787
...defend fcorns the help of fallehood ; but if we leave him only his merit, what will be his praife ? It is not by his livelinefs of imagery, his pungency...rage of defamation and audacity of falfehood. The fupporters of the Bill of Rights feel no niceties of compofition, nor dexterities of ibphiftry ; their...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.: Together with his life, and notes on his ...

Samuel Johnson, Sir John Hawkins - 1787
...periods, or his fertility of allufion, that he detains the cits of London, and the bo'ors of Middle/ex. Of ftyle and fentiment they take no cognizance. They...rage of defamation and audacity of falfehood. The fupporters of the Bill of Rights feel no niceties of compofition, nor dexterities of fophiftry ; their...
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The works of Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson - 1801
...defend fcorns the help of falfehood; but if we leave him only his merit, what will be his praife ? It is not by his livelinefs of imagery, his pungency...contempt of order and violence of outrage, for rage of defama tion and audacity of falfehood. The fupporters of the Bill of Rights feel no niceties of compofition,...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1801
...periods, or his fertility of allufion, that he detains the cits of London, and the boors of Middle/ex. Of ftyle and fentiment they take no cognizance. They...contempt of order and violence of outrage, for rage of defama •• tion and audacity of falfehood. The fupporters of the Bill of Rights feel no niceties...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volume 2

David Phineas Adams, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1805
...cits of London and the boors of Middleiex. Of ftyle and fentiment they take no cognizance. They love him for virtues like their own, for contempt of order...for rage of defamation, and audacity of falfehood." Other writers were equally violent and equally illiberal. Home calls him a blackguard, and Sir William...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, Volume 10

Samuel Johnson - English literature - 1806
...of London, and the boors of Middlesex. Of style and sentiment they take no cognizance. They admirej him for virtues like their own, for contempt of order...of outrage, for rage of defamation and audacity of falsehood. The supporters of the Bill of Rights feel no niceties of composition, nor dexterities of...
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