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" ' brown chief" some time, the bards conclude by giving him their advice to " raise his fair locks ;" then to " spread them on the arch of the rainbow;" and «< to smile through the tears of the storm." Of this kind of thing there are no less than nine... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Page 278
1808
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The Literary and Scientific Repository, and Critical Review, Volume 1

1820 - 558 pages
...their advice to ' raise his fair locks ;' then to ' spread them on the arch of the rainbow;' and ' to smile through the tears of the storm.' Of this...positive they are pretty nearly as stupid and tiresome. [Here he allows him a species of talent, because it belongs to a species which the Critic dislikes.]...
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Memoirs of the life and writings of lord Byron

George Clinton (biographer of Byron.) - 1825 - 314 pages
...him their advice to " raise his fair locks ;" then to " spread them on the arch of the rainbow ;" and to " smile through the tears of the storm." Of this...privilege of poets to be egotists ; but they should " use it as not abusing it ;" and particularly one who piques himself (though indeed at the ripe age...
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The complete works of lord Byron with a biogr. and critical notice ..., Volume 7

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1825 - 546 pages
...their advice to « raise his fair locks;« then to « spread them on the arch of the rainbow,« and «to smile through the tears of the storm.» Of this...privilege of poets to be egotists; but they should « use it as not abusing it;» and particularly one who piques himself (though indeed at the ripe age...
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The Life, Writings, Opinions, and Times of the Right Hon. George ..., Volume 1

1825 - 454 pages
...him their advice to ' raise his fair locks ;' then to ' spread them on the arch of a rainbow j' and ' to smile through the tears of the storm.' Of this kind of thing there are no less than nine pages j and we can so far venture an opinion in their favour, that they, look very like Macpherson ; and...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Lord Byron

George Clinton - 1828 - 888 pages
...him their advice to " raise his fair locks ;" then to " spread them on the arch of the rainbow ;" and to " smile through the tears of the storm." OF this...there are no less than nine pages ; and we can so far Tenture an opinion in their favour, that they look very like Macjmerson ; and we are positive they...
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The Works of Lord Byron: Including the Suppressed Poems. Complete in One Volume

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1828 - 780 pages
...« raise his fair locks; » then 10 • spread them on the arcU of the rainbow ; » and « lo =inile through the tears of the storm.» Of this kind of...thing there are no less than nine pages; and we can so fjr venture an opinion in their favour, Iliat they look "try like Macpherson; and we are positive they...
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The Polar star, being a continuation of 'The Extractor', of ..., Volume 3

1830 - 436 pages
...fair locks ;" then to ' ' spread them on the arch of the rainhow ;" and *' to smile through the hars of the storm," of this kind of thing there are no...and tiresome. It is a sort of privilege of poets to he egotists ; hut they should " use it as not ahusing it ;" and particularly one who piques himself...
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The Life of Lord Byron

John Galt - 1830 - 348 pages
...him their advice to ' raise his fair locks ;' then to ' spread them on the arch of the rainbow;' and to 'smile through the tears of the storm.' Of this...are pretty nearly as stupid and tiresome. " It is some sort of privilege of poets to be egotists ; but they should ' use it as not abusing it ;' and...
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Hours of idleness. English bards and Scotch reviewers. Hints from Horace ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - 1831 - 498 pages
...their advice to " raise his fair locks ;" then to " spread them on the arch of the rainbow;" and «< to smile through the tears of the storm." Of this...privilege of poets to be egotists ; but they should (< use it as not abusing it;" and particularly one who piques him'self (though indeed at the ripe age...
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The Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals,

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1832 - 350 pages
...their advice to " raise his fair locks ; " then to " spread them on the arch of the rainbow ; 'Vand " to smile through the tears of the storm." Of this...privilege of poets to be egotists ; but they should '' use it as not abusing it ; " and particularly one who piques himself (though indeed at the ripe...
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