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" But this is certain, that a noble writer should be born with this faculty in its full strength and vigour, so as to be able to receive lively ideas from outward objects, to retain them long, and to range them together, upon occasion, in such figures and... "
The Spectator - Side 86
1767
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The Spectator, Bind 6

1729
...another. But this is certain, that a noble Writer fhouldbe born with this Faculty in its full Strength and Vigour, fo as to be able to receive lively Ideas from outward Objects, to retain them long, ana to range them together, upon Occafion, in fuch Figures and Reprefentations as are moft likely to...
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The Spectator, Bind 6

1778
...another: but this is certain, that a noble writer fhauld be born with this faculty in its full thength and vigour, fo as to be able to receive lively ideas from outward objects, to retain them Jong, and to range them together, upon occafion, in fuch figures and reprefentations as are moft likely...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Bind 5

1786
...another : but this is certain, that a noble writer fliould be born with this faculty in it's full Hiength and vigour, fo as to be able to receive lively ideas...take as much pains in forming his imagination, as я pliilofop'.'.er in cuUivaúng VB* ( ftanding. He muft gain a due reliflv of the works of nature,...
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Select British Classics, Bind 16

1803
...is certain, that a noble writer should be born with this faculty in its full strength and vigour, so as to be able to receive lively ideas from outward...retain them long, and to range them together, upon occasion, in such figures and representations as are most likely to hit the fancy of the reader. A...
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The Spectator ...

Joseph Addison - 1803
...certain, that a noble writer should be born with this faculty in its full strength and vigour, so as to^be able to receive lively ideas from outward objects,...retain them long, and to range them together, upon occasion, in such figures and representations, as are most likely to hit the fancy of the reader. A...
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The works of ... Joseph Addison, collected by mr. Tickell, Bind 2

Joseph Addison - 1804
...is certain, that a noble writer should be born with this faculty in its full strength and vigour, so as to be able to receive lively ideas from outward...retain them long, and to range them together, upon occasion, in such figures and representations as are most likely to hit the fancy of the reader. A...
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Selections from the Spectator, Tatler, Guardian, and Freeholder: Selections ...

1804
...is certain, that a noble writer should be born with this faculty in its full strength and vigour, so as to be able to receive lively ideas from outward...retain them long, and to range them together, upon occasion, in such figures and representations as are most likely to hit the fancy of the reader. A...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Bind 4

Joseph Addison - 1811
...is certain, that a noble writer should be born with this faculty in its full strength and vigour, so as to be able to receive lively ideas from outward objects, to retain them long, and to range thSm together, upon occasion, in such figures and representations as are most likely to hit the fancy...
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The British Essayists: Spectator

James Ferguson - 1819
...is certain, that a noble writer should be born with this faculty in its full strength and vigour, so as to be able to receive lively ideas from outward...retain them long, and to range them together, upon occasion, in such figures and representations, as are most likely to hit the fancy of the reader. A...
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The British Essayists: Spectator

Lionel Thomas Berguer - 1823
...is certain, that a noble writer should be born with this faculty in its full strength and vigour, so as to be able to receive lively ideas from outward...retain them long, and to range them together upon occasion, in such figures and representations, as are most likely to hit the fancy of the reader. A...
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