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" ... of general curiosity and intelligence had not arrived. The number of readers is at present so great that a popular author may subsist in comfort and opulence on the profits of his works. In the reigns of William the Third, of Anne, and of George the... "
The railway anecdote book - Seite 111
von Railway anecdote book - 1852 - 192 Seiten
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The Monthly Review

1843
...reigns of William the Third, of Anne, and of George the First, even such men as Congreve and Addison would scarcely have been able to live like gentlemen...artificial encouragement, by a vast system of bounties and premium. There was, perhaps, never a time at which the rewards of literary merit were so splendid,...
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Essays, Critical and Miscellaneous

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1846 - 758 Seiten
...reigns of William the Third, of Anne, and of George the First, even such men as Congreve and Addison , the colour, the sound, the smell, the taste: he...measures the size. His similes are the illustrations of fur literature was, at the close of the seventeenth and at the beginning of the eighteenth century,...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Band 1

Half hours - 1847
...reigns of William the Third, of Anne, and of George the First, even such men as Congreve and Addisou would scarcely have been able to live like gentlemen...natural demand for literature was, at the close of tiie seventeenth and at the beginning of the eighteenth century, more than made up by artificial encouragement,...
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The London Anecdotes for All Readers ...

Charles Maybury Archer - 1848
...the reigns of William III., of Anne, and of George I., even such men as Congreve and Addison could scarcely have been able to live like gentlemen by...beginning of the eighteenth century, more than made up by the artificial encouragement — by a vast system of bounties and premiums. There was, perhaps, never...
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Critical and miscellaneous essays, Band 2

Baron Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay - 1854
...reigns of William the Third, of Anne, and of George the First, even such men as Congreve and Addison would scarcely have been able to live like gentlemen...time at which the rewards of literary merit were so splendid—at which men who could write well found such easy admittance into the most distinguished...
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ESSAYS, CRITICAL AND MISCELLANEOUS

T. BABINGTON MAOAULAY - 1856
...reigns of William the Third, of Anne, and of George the First, even such men as Congreve and Addison would scarcely have been able to live like gentlemen...time at which the rewards of literary merit were so splendid—at which men who could write well found such easy admittance into the most distinguished...
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CRITICAL, HISTORICAL, AND MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS

LORK MACAULAY - 1860
...reigns of William the Third, of Anne, and of George the First, even such men as Congreve and Addison would scarcely have been able to live like gentlemen...sale of their writings. But the deficiency of the \iatural demand for literature was, at the close of the seventeenth and at tlie beginning of the eighteenth...
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Critical, Historical and Miscellaneous Essays, Bände 1-2

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1897
...even such men as Congreve and Addison would Bcarcely have been able to live like gentlemen by the more sale of their writings. But the deficiency of the...natural demand for literature was, at the close of the •eventeenth and at the beginning of the eighteenth century, more than made up by artificial encourago...
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Therapeutics and materia medica, Band 2

Alfred Stillé - 1860
...and horses, and afterwards, in the fourteenth century, in the treatment of scrofulous ulcers in man. At the close of the seventeenth and at the beginning of the eighteenth century, it was employed as a caustic for cancerous tumors by men of some distinction, but the more eminent...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Band 2

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1861
...William the Third, of Anne, and of George the First, even sueh men as Congreve and Addison would seareely have been able to live like gentlemen by the mere sale of their writings. But the defieieney of the natural demand for literature was, at the elose of the seventeenth and at the beginning...
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