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He did not say who ; but mentioned Julius Cæsar , and the late King of Sardinia ,
as instances of a like kind . ] Lord Bolingbroke will be more known to posterity as
a writer and philosopher , than as a 4 SPENCE'S ANECDOTES.
That volume contains the first draught of the 3d , 5th , 7th , and 9th books . Part of
the 10th from Now dropp'd our anchors in the bay . V. 157 . to the end : the 13th
and 14th , part of the 15th , from Meantime the King , Eumæus , and the rest— ...
In the beginning of King George the First's reign , Lord Halifax sent for me of his
own accord . He said he had often been concerned that I had never been
rewarded as I deserved , that he was very glad that it was now in his power to be
... death had something of satire at the bottom : for my part , I cannot discover any
thing like it in them .-- The same . 1736. Shakspeare generally used to stiffen his
style with high words and metaG ness . phors for the speeches of kings and great
ness . phors for the speeches of kings and great men : he mistook it for a mark of
greatThis is strongest in his early plays ; but in his very last , his Othello , what a
forced language has he put into the mouth of the Duke of Venice ! This was the ...
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A collection of anecdotes, mostly collected from Spence's conversations with Pope, but including snippets from many others as well. Most deal with literature, writing, and impressions of ... Read full review