Արդյունքներ 31–ի 1-ից 5-ը:
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 ...
It was to obtain this purpose that the present copy was carefully arranged by the
late Mr. MALONE , who has also added some notes , and preserved others of
SPENCE . Mr. MALONE is indeed the true Editor of this Work ; it is well known
... will be but 1121. 10s .; consequently , supposing a volume of 22 sheets to cost
but 501. including the publisher's per centage , the author gains but 621. 10s .
But such a book at present ( 1794 ) , would cost in printing and paper 671. and ...
The reason is plain : they both lay out of my subject , which was only to consider
man as he is in his present state , not in his past or future . — The same . Some of
Plato's and Cicero's reasonings on the immortality of the soul are very foolish ...
At present we can only reason of the divine justice from what we know of justice
When we are in other scenes , we may have truer and nobler ideas of it ; but
while we are in this life , we can only speak from the volume that is laid open
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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