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" Th' oblivious grave's inviolable shade. Let one great payment every claim appease, And him who cannot hurt, allow to please ; To please by scenes, unconscious of offence, By harmless merriment, or useful sense. Where aught of bright or fair the piece... "
Annual Register - Stran 199
1805
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Frances Trollope: Her Life and Literary Work from George III. to ..., Količina 2

Frances Eleanor Trollope - 1895
...poet — " To wit reviving from its author's dust Be kind ye judges, or, at least, be just ! ***** Where aught of bright or fair the piece displays,...skill, or want of care appear, Forbear to hiss — the author cannot hear ! " INDEX. ADAM, SIR FREDERICK, ii. 34, no, 151 Albano, Mademoiselle, ii. 34 Albert,...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, L.L. D.: Together with a Journal of ..., Količina 2

James Boswell - 1900
...inviolable shade. Let one great payment every claim appease, And him who cannot hurt, allow to please ; To please by scenes, unconscious of offence, By harmless...cannot hear. By all, like him, must praise and blame be found, At last a fleeting gleam, or empty sound. Yet then shall calm reflection bless the night, When...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson ...: To which is Added The Journal of ..., Količina 2

James Boswell - 1900 - 726 strani
...claim appease, And him who cannot hurt, allow to please ; To please by scenes, unconscious of oflence, l occasions. JOHNSON: "Why, yes, Sir, he will introduce...or produce some profane jest. He would introduce it found, At last, a fleeting gleam, or empty sound ; Yet then shall calm reflection bless the night,...
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The English Poets

Thomas Humphry Ward - 1901
...inviolable shade. Let one great payment every claim appease, And him, who cannot hurt, allow to please, To please by scenes unconscious of offence, By harmless...cannot hear. By all like him must praise and blame be found At best a fleeting gleam, or empty sound. Yet then shall calm reflection bless the night, When...
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On Circuit in Kafirland: And Other Sketches and Studies

Sir Perceval Maitland Laurence - 1903 - 335 strani
...inviolable shade. Let one great payment every claim appease, And him who cannot hurt, allow to please ; To please by scenes, unconscious of offence, By harmless...If want of skill or want of care appear, Forbear to hiss;—the poet cannot hear. By all, like him, must praise and blame be found, At last, a fleeting...
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Life of Johnson, Količine 1–2

James Boswell - 1904
...inviolable shade. Let one great payment every claim appease, And him who cannot hurt, allow to please ; remitting exertion to establish contrary habits of superiour found, At last, a fleeting gleam, or empty sound ; Yet then shall calm reflection bless the night,...
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A History of English Poetry, Količina 5

William John Courthope - 1905
...inviolable shade. Let one great payment every claim appease, And him. who cannot hurt, allow to please ; To please by scenes unconscious of offence, By harmless...care, appear, Forbear to hiss -the poet cannot hear. Hy all like him must praise or blame be found, At best a fleeting gleam or empty sound. The style of...
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A HISTORY OF ENGLISH POETRY

W. J. COURTHOPE - 1905
...inviolable shade. Let one great payment every claim appease, And him, who cannot hurt, allow to please ; To please by scenes unconscious of offence, By harmless...aught of bright or fair the piece displays, Approve it only—'tis too late to praise. If want of skill, or want of care, appear, Forbear to hiss—the poet...
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The Life of Samuel Johnson: Including A Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides

James Boswell - 1852
...inviolable shade. Let one great payment every claim appease, And him who cannot hurt, allow to please ; To please by scenes, unconscious of offence, By harmless...cannot hear. By all, like him, must praise and blame be found, At last, a fleeting gleam, or empty sound ; Yet then shall calm reflection bless the night,...
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Memoirs of the Life of David Garrick, Količina 2

Thomas Davies - 1969 - 883 strani
...please; To please by scenes unconscious of offence3 By harmless merriment, or useful sense. Where aua;ht of bright or fair the piece displays, Approve it only;...cannot hear, By all, like him, must praise and blame be found At best a fleeting gleam, or empty sound. Yet still shall calm reflection bless the night, When...
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