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... THE REV . JOSEPH SPENCE . ARRANGED WITH NOTES BY THE LATE
EDMUND MALONE , ESQ . LONDON : JOHN MURRAY , ALBEMARLE - STREET
. 1820 . LONDON : PRINTED BY T. DAVISON , WHITEFRIARS .
Joseph Spence Edmond Malone. LONDON : PRINTED BY T. DAVISON ,
WHITEFRIARS . ADVERTISEMENT . PERHAPS there never was a literary
I have heard him mention it several times , and he has printed it as well as said it .
But I suppose in both he must speak of writers when they use a borrowed style ,
and not when they write in their own . He himself had the greatest compass in ...
I was then about eight years old , had learnt to read of an old aunt , and to write
by copying printed books . After having been under that priest about a year , I was
sent to the seminary at Twyford , and then to a school by Hyde - park - corner ...
Copies of it got about , and it was like to be printed , on which I published the first
draught of it ( without the Machinery ) in a Miscellany of Tonson's * . The
Machinery was added afterwards , to make it look a little more considerable ; and
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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