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" This darkness, had his eyes been better employed, had undoubtedly deserved compassion ; but to add the mention of danger was ungrateful and unjust. He was fallen indeed on evil days ; the time was come in which regicides could no longer boast their wickedness.... "
The life of Samuel Johnson - Seite 744
von James Boswell - 1817
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John Milton: His Life and Times, Religious and Political Opinions

Joseph Ivimey - 1833 - 300 Seiten
...mention of danger was ungrateful and unjust. He was fallen indeed on evil days' the time was come when regicides could no longer boast their wickedness....complain, required impudence at least •equal to his ether poweis ; MILTON, whose warmest advocates must allow, that he never spared any severity of reproach,...
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John Milton: His Life and Times : Religious and Political Opinions : with an ...

Joseph Ivimey - 1833 - 300 Seiten
...mention of danger was ungrateful and unjust. He was fallen Indeed on tvil days : the time was come when regicides could no longer boast their wickedness....for MILTON to complain, required impudence at least «qual to his other poweis ; MILTON, whose warmest advocates must allow, that he never spared any severity...
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The life of Samuel Johnson ... including A journal of his tour to ..., Band 8

James Boswell - 1835
...the mention of danger was ungrateful and unjust. He was fallen, indeed, on evil days ; the time was come in which regicides could no longer boast their...acrimonious and surly republican ('),'' — " a man who in his domestic relations was so severe and arbitrary," and whose head was filled with the hardest and...
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Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets,: With Critical Observations on ...

Samuel Johnson - 1835
...add the mention of danger was ungrateful and unjust. He was fallen indeed on evil days ; the time was come in which regicides could no longer boast their...at least equal to his other powers ; Milton, whose wannest advocates must allow, that he never spared any asperity of reproach or brutality of insolence....
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The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Including a Journal of a Tour to the ...

James Boswell - 1835
...evil days; the time was come in which regicides could no longer boast their wickedness. But. of <i-il tongues for Milton to complain, required impudence...other powers; Milton, whose warmest advocates must allowj that he never spared ftny asperity of reproach, or brutality of insolence." I have, indeed,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Bände 158-159

1835
...his eyes been better employed, had undoubtedly deserved compassion,' Cowper. 'Brute!' Johnson. — 'But of evil tongues for Milton to complain, required impudence at least equal to his other powers.' Cowper. ' Impudence is the vice of fools, and therefore could not be one of his.' Johnson — ' His...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: Lives of the poets

Samuel Johnson - 1837
...add the mention of danger was ungrateful and unjust. He was fallen indeed on enU Jays; the time was ikely it is that, having followed the royal family...choose the time of their restoration to begin a qua hi« other powers ; Milton, whose warmest advocates must allow that he never spared any asperity of...
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Literary and Theological Review, Band 5

Leonard Woods, Charles D. Pigeon - 1838
...the mention of danger, was ungrateful and unjust. He was fallen, indeed, on evil days ; the time was come in which regicides could no longer boast their...asperity of reproach, or brutality of insolence." It is at once a relief and delight, to turn from these unjust and indecent liberties taken by Johnson...
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Works, Band 2

Samuel Johnson - 1838
...; the time was come in which regicides could no longer boast their wickedness. But of eril langiiet for Milton to complain required impudence at least equal to his other powers ; Milton, whose wannest advocates must allow that he never spared any asperity ol reproach, or brutality of insolence....
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Lives of the English Poets: With Critical Observations on Their Works ; And ...

Samuel Johnson - 1840 - 502 Seiten
...add the menion of danger was ungrateful and unjust. He was fallen indeed on evil days; the time was come in which regicides could no longer boast their...any asperity of reproach or brutality of insolence. But the charge itself seems to be false ; for it would be hard to recollect any reproach cast upon...
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