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Joseph Spence Edmond Malone. LONDON : PRINTED BY T. DAVISON ,
WHITEFRIARS . ADVERTISEMENT . PERHAPS there never was a literary
PERHAPS there never was a literary collection existing only in Manuscript , with
which the public appear to be so familiar as the present one of SPENCE'S .
ANECDOTES ; for since the days of Warton and Johnson , who were first
permitted the ...
... or sauntering in his study , there might be several of them perhaps as good as
his most deliberate thoughts . ” On this hint we both agreed to write down all the
volunteer reflections that should thus come into our heads all the time we stayed
Here lies Lord Coningsby ; be civil : “ The rest God knows - perhaps the devil . "
The same . My letter to Mr. Addison on a future state was designed as an
imitation of the style of the Spectators ; and there are several cant. * Johannes
jacet hic ...
... in the two families . Nobody but Sir Charles † Brown was angry , and he was so
a good deal , and for a long time . He could not bear that Sir. * In p . 16 , he says it
was written first in prose . Perhaps this was what he showed Walsh in 1706.
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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