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" We have already said, and we deliberately repeat, that we have no notion that Lord Byron had any mischievous intention in these publications, and readily acquit him of any wish to corrupt the morals, or impair the happiness of his readers. Such a wish,... "
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...desire to make our exposition clear and impressive — but, in substance, we think merited and correct. We have already said, and we deliberately repeat, that we have no notion that Lord B. had any mischievous intention in these publications — and readily acquit him of any wish to corrupt...

The Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals,

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1833
...detestable heard-heartedness of his system, we present it in his own language. — SOUTHEY.] (1) £ We have no notion that Lord Byron had any mischievous...the morals, or impair the happiness of his readers ; but it is our duty to say, that much of what he has published appears to us to have this tendency....

Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals, and His Life

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1833
...the detestable heard-heartedncss of his system, we present it in his own language. — SOUTBEY.] (1) [We have no notion that Lord Byron had any mischievous...the morals, or impair the happiness of his readers ; but it is our duty to say, that much of what he has published appears to us to have this tendency....

Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best Articles in that ...

Maurice Cross - 1835 - 440 σελίδες
...desire to make our exposition clear and impressive — but, in substance, we think, merited and correct. We have already said, and we deliberately repeat,...the morals or impair the happiness of his readers. Such a wish, indeed, is in itself altogether inconceivable : but it is our duty, nevertheless, to say,...

Selections Fron the Edinburgh Review, Comprising the Best ..., Τόμοι 1-2

1835
...desire to make our exposition dear and impressive — but, in substance, we think, merited and correct. We have already said, and we deliberately repeat,...notion that Lord Byron had any mischievous intention in Ihese publications — and readily acquit him of any wish to corrupt the morals or impair the happiness...

The Works of George Byron: With His Letters and Journals, and His Life, Τόμος 17

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1836
...detestable heard-heartedness of his system, we present it in his own language. — SOUTHEY.] (1) C^e have no notion that Lord Byron had any mischievous...the morals, or impair the happiness of his readers ; but it is our duty to say, that much of what he has published appears to us to have this tendency....

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Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1844
...desire to make our exposition clear and impressive — but, in substance, we think merited and correct. We have already said, and we deliberately repeat,...the morals, or impair the happiness of his readers. Such a wish, indeed, is in itself altogether inconceivable ; but it is our duty, nevertheless, to say,...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846 - 794 σελίδες
...desire to make our exposition clear and impressive — but, in substance, we think merited and correct. We have already said, and we deliberately repeat,...the morals or impair the happiness of his readers. Such a wish, indeed, is in itself altogether inconceivable ; but it is our duty, nevertheless, to say,...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review by Francis Jeffrey, Τόμος 2

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846
...— but, in substance, we think merited and correct. We have already said, and we de- '/ liberately repeat, that we have no notion that Lord Byron had...the morals, or impair the happiness of his readers. Such a wish, indeed, is in itself altogether inconceivable ; but it is our duty, nevertheless, to say,...

The Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals and His Life, Τόμος 17

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1847
...of his sybtem, we present it in his own language. — SOUTHRY.] (1) Q We have no notion that 1 .nn! Byron had any mischievous intention in these publications,...the morals, or impair the happiness of his readers ; but it is our duty to say, that much of what he has published appears to us to have this tendency....




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