Appears in 63 books from 1765-2006. Page 259 - Yet we see thro' all his poetry, where his enthusiasm flames out most, a certain predilection for the legends of chivalry before the fables of Greece.
Appears in 63 books from 1765-2006. This circumstance, you know, has given offence to the austerer and more mechanical critics. Appears in 28 books from 1763-2003.
printed for T. Cadell, 1776. Appears in 48 books from 1765-2006. Page 139 - His long misfortunes' fatal end ; " How cheerfully, and how exempt from fear, " On the Great Sovereign's will he did depend ; " I ought to be accurst, if I refuse " To wait on his, O thou fallacious Muse !
printed for T. Page 139 - His long misfortunes' fatal end ; " How cheerfully, and how exempt from fear, " On the Great Sovereign's will he did depend ; " I ought to be accurst, if I refuse " To wait on his, O thou fallacious Muse ! " Kings have long hands, they say; and, though I be " So distant, they may reach at length to me.
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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Richard Hurd1 January 1771.
Moral and political dialogues, 1. cilt Richard Hurd Tam görünüm - 1776. Sık kullanılan terimler ve kelime öbekleri. absolute Addison allodial antient appears Arbuthnot authority Bacon barons bishop brought BURNET canon law cause of liberty church churchmen circumstances civil law clergy common law consider court crown danger despotic dispute dominion doubt ecclesiastical Elizabeth England English government estates expence fame favour foreign further genius hath Henry VII honour house of Stuart house of Tudor houses of York imperial law instance king.
Hurd's Letters on Chivalry and Romance (1762) retain a certain interest for their importance in the history of the romantic movement, which they did something to stimulate. They were written in continuation of a dialogue on the age of Queen Elizabeth included in his Moral and Political Dialogues (1759) Two later dialogues On the Uses of Foreign Travel were printed in 1763. Hurd wrote two acrimonious defences of Warburton On the Delicacy of Friendship (1755), in answer to John Jortin and a Letter (1764) to Dr Thomas Leland, who had criticized Warburton's Doctrine of Grace.
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Richard Hurd Full view - 1776. Appears in 692 books from 1705-2008. Moral and Political Dialogues: With Letters on Chivalry and Romance: by the. Richard Hurd Full view - 1776. Page 328 - There was no example of any such manners remaining on the face of the Earth: And as they never did subsist but once, and are never likely to subsist again, people would be led of course to think and speak of them, as romantic, and unnatural. Appears in 28 books from 1763-2006.