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" We are inclined to consider the English language as having attained that fulness of maturity which leaves no wish for increase, but only anxiety for preservation. As helps to this, we have the various acceptations, in which every word has been used by... "
The Anglo-Saxon poems of Beowulf, the Travellers Song and the Battle of ... - Page 236
edited by - 1835 - 263 pages
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 35

1827 - 652 pages
...flexible rest, and through which their connexions with each other are maintained. We are inclined, then, to consider the English language as having attained...word has been used by approved writers, collected in a dictionary, such as, perhaps, no other language could ever boast ; and we have a new guide for...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 35

1827 - 648 pages
...flexible rest, and through which their connexions with each other are maintained. We are inclined, then, to consider the English language as having attained...word has been used by approved writers, collected in a dictionary, such as, perhaps, no other language could ever boast ; and we have a new guide for...
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On the Power Wisdom and Goodness of God as Manifested in the ..., Volume 1

Reverend William Kirby - 1835 - 562 pages
...instructive part of the wort. We regret that it has not been kept distinct."—Monthly Review, June, 1819. " We are inclined to consider the English language as...for increase, but only anxiety for preservation. As help" to this, we have the various acceptations, in which every word has been used by appro'W writers,...
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 3

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1835 - 564 pages
...part of the work. We regret that it has not been kept distinct." — Monthly Review, June, 1819. " We are inclined to consider the English language as...leaves no wish for increase, but only anxiety for preservalion. As helps to this, we have the various acceptations in which every word has been used...
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Charlemagne, an Anglo-Norman poem, publ. by F. Michel

François Xavier Michel - 1836 - 316 pages
...execution, should meet with indifference, or even with partial success." — Gloucestershire Chronicle. " We are inclined to consider the English language as...approved writers, collected by Mr. Richardson, in a Dictionary , such as, perhaps, no other lanyuaye could ever boast: and we have a new guide for the...
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Poems

John Moultrie - 1837 - 398 pages
...execution, should meet with indifference, or even with partial success. " — Gloucestershtre Chronicle. " We are inclined to consider the English language as...approved writers, collected by Mr. Richardson, in a Die* timiary, such as, perhaps, no other language could ever boast : and we have a •ew guide for...
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Phantasmion

Sara Coleridge Coleridge - 1837 - 414 pages
...indifference, or even with partial success." — Gloucestershire Chronicle. " We are inclined to ponsider the English language as having attained that fulness...approved writers, collected by Mr. Richardson, in a Dictionary, such as, perhaps, no other language could ever boast : and we have a new guide for the...
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Poems, Longer and Shorter

Thomas Burbidge - 1838 - 432 pages
...execution, should meet with indifference, or even with partial success." — Gloucestershire Chronicle. " We are inclined to consider the English language as...approved writers, collected by Mr. Richardson, in a Dictionary, such as, perhap9, no other language could ever boast : and we have a new guide for the...
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1. On the constitution of the Church and State ... ii. Lay sermons. Ed. with ...

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1839 - 488 pages
...execution, should meet with inditlerence, or even with partial success." — Gloucestershire Chronicle, " We are inclined to consider the English language as...preservation. As helps to this, we have the various acceplations, in which every word has been used by approved writers, collected by Mr. Richardson, in...
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The Principles of the Differential and Integral Calculus: And Their ...

Washington McCartney - 1848 - 434 pages
...proofs of which were read by Mr. Richardson hi ns« If. STANDARD BOOKS PUBLISHED BY EH BUTLER AND OO. " We are inclined to consider the English language as...word has been used by approved writers, collected by Ma. RICHARDSON, in a Dictionary, such as, perhaps, no other language could ever boast." — London...
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