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Soon after it was generally known that Mr. Tickell was publishing the first book of
the Iliad , I met Dr. Young in the street , and upon our falling into that şubject , the
Doctor expressed a great deal of surprise at Tickell's having had such a ...
... what is said of Sir Charles Brown in it was the very picture of the man . ” ] My
acquaintance with Mr. Addison commenced in 1712. I liked him then as well as I
liked any man , and was very fond of his conversation . ' Twas soon after that Mr.
Twas soon after that Mr. Addison advised me not to be content with the applause
of half the nation , used to talk much and often to me of moderation in parties ,
and used to blame his dear friend Steele for being too much of a party man .
Leave him as soon as you can ( says Mr. Addison * to me ) , he will certainly play
you some devilish trick else : he has an appetite to satire . ” — The same . (
Spoken in relation to her acquaintance with Mr. Pope . ) Yes , that satire was
written in ...
However , these two instances , and perhaps a little more regard for Ovid's
Metamorphoses than he might otherwise have had for that piece , are all the
instances that I can recollect of this kind ; and how soon after his first setting 44
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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