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Lives of the British Poets: with specimens of their writings.

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        Paginationxvi, 55 p. :
        Number of Pages46
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Thomas Campbell (poet)

A picture of these visits can be glimpsed in the Elia essay Blakesmoor in H—shire. — Common Sense 1737In response, a 1737 edition of the Craftsman proposed a tax on urine, and ten years later the Westminster Journal, in a critique of proposed new taxes on food, servants, and malt, proposed a tax on human excrement.

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His friends lived in town, and were near at hand; and he had the privilege of going to see them, almost as often as he wished, through some invidious distinction, which was denied to us. Attingham Park, Shropshire 10,620 items• And, even when Winter chill'd the aged year, I wander'd lonely o'er the hoary plain ; Tho' frosty Boreas warn'd me to forbear, Boreas, with all his tempests, warn'd in vain.

Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan 274 items• Wightwick Manor, West Midlands 10,978 items• Why, every plank and panel of that house for me had magic in it. Morden Hall Park, London 151 items• The Oxford English Dictionary places the earliest use of the word 'Journalist' in 1693 — Humours Town 78 Epistle-Writer, or Jurnalists, Mercurists.

Wakehurst Place, West Sussex 4 items• A number of writings by both Charles and Mary suggest that the conflict between Aunt Hetty and her sister-in-law created a certain degree of tension in the Lamb household. On the Tragedies of Shakespeare, 1811•