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" Society appeared, but that we were capable of such an undertaking. We shall only say farther, that we do not intend to proceed regularly with our poem ; but having the remaining thirty-nine Cantos by us, shall content ourselves with giving, from time... "
The Anti-Jacobin, Or, Weekly Examiner - Page 553
by William Gifford - 1803
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Spirit of the Public Journals, Volume 2

Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott - English literature - 1799
...fuch extracls as may happen to fuit our purpofe. The following paifage, which, as the readef will fee by turning to the CONTENTS prefixed to the head of the poem, is part of the firft canto, contains fo happy a deduction of MAN'S prefent ftate of depravity, from the firft flips...
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Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin

Anti-Jacobin, George Canning, John Hookham Frere, George Ellis, William Gifford - Great Britain - 1800 - 240 pages
...time, such extracts as may happen to suit our purpose. The following passage, which, as the readerwill see by turning to the Contents prefixed to the head...imputed imitation can prevent us from giving it to our Readers. PROGRESS OF MAN. Lo I the rude savage, free from civil strife, Keeps the smooth tenour of...
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Poetry of The Anti-Jacobin [by G. Canning and others].

Anti-Jacobin The - 1801
...even before the Progress of Civil Society appeared, but that we were capable of such an undertaking. The following passage, which, as the Reader will see...imputed imitation can prevent us from giving it to our Readers. PROGRESS OF MAN. Lo ! the rude savage, free from civil strife, Keeps the smooth tenour of...
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The Spirit of the Public Journals

1805
...fuch extracts as may happen to fuit our purpofe. The following paflage, which, as the reader will fee by turning to the CONTENTS prefixed to the head of the poem, is part of the firft canto, contains fo happy a deduction of MAN'S prefent ftate of depravity, from the firft flips...
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Poetry of The Anti-Jacobin [by G. Canning and others].

Anti-Jacobin The, George Canning - 1807
...nothing, and is not poetical) even before the Progress of Civil Society appeared, but that we were capable of such an undertaking. We shall only say farther,...imputed imitation can prevent us from giving it to our Readers. PROGRESS OF MAN. Ijo 1 the rude savage, free from civil strife, Keeps the smooth tenour of...
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Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin

English poetry - 1813 - 240 pages
...Civil Society appeared, but that we were capable of such an undertaking. We shall only say far ther, that we do not intend to proceed regularly with our...imputed imitation can prevent us from giving it to our Readers. PROGRESS OF MAN. JLo ! the rude savage, free from civil strife, Keeps the smooth teriour of...
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Poetry of The Anti-Jacobin [by G. Canning and others].

Anti-Jacobin The, George Canning - 1852
...Civil Society" appeared, but that we were capable of such an undertaking. We shall only say further, that we do not intend to proceed regularly with our...imputed imitation can prevent us from giving it to our readers. PKOGRESS OF MAN. Lo! the rude savage, free from civil strife, Keeps the smooth tenour of his...
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Poetry of The Anti-Jacobin [by G. Canning and others].

Anti-Jacobin The - 1854
...Civil Socicty" appeared, but that we were capable of such an undertaking. We shall only say further, that we do not intend to proceed regularly with our...imputed imitation can prevent us from giving it to our readers. PROGRESS OF MAN. Lo ! the rude savage, free from civil strife, Keeps the smooth tenour of...
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Poetry of the Anti-Jacobin: Comprising the Celebrated Political & Satirical ...

George Canning, John Hookham Frere, George Ellis, William Gifford, Charles Carrington - English poetry - 1854 - 248 pages
...before the " Progress of Civil Society" appeared, but that we were capable of such an undertaking. The following passage, which, as the reader will see...imputed imitation can prevent us from giving it to our readers. PROGRESS OF MAN. Lo ! the rude savage, free from civil strife, Keeps the smooth tenour of...
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John Hookham Frere's national poems, ed. by R.H. Shepherd

John Hookham Frere - 1867
...fuch extracts as may happen to fuit our purpofe. The following paflage, which, as the Reader will fee by turning to the Contents prefixed to the head of the Poem, is part of the Firft Canto, contains fo happy a deduction of Man's prefent ftate of depravity, from the firft flips...
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