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图书 共有 37 册关于“Chatterton's statement, which, according to the virtuoso, was in these terms —...”的图书,以下是第 1 - 10 册。
" Chatterton's statement, which, according to the virtuoso, was in these terms — " he informed me that he was the son of a poor widow, who supported him with great difficulty ; that he was clerk or apprentice to an attorney, but had a taste and turn for... "
Poetical Works: With Notices of His Life, History of the Rowley Controversy ... - 第xcv页
作者:Thomas Chatterton - 1842
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The Works of Thomas Chatterton ...: Miscellaneous pieces in prose

Thomas Chatterton, George Gregory - 1803
...had a taste for more elegant studies; and hinted a wish that Horace Walpole would assist him with his interest in emerging out of so dull a profession by...some place in which he could pursue his natural bent. He affirmed that great treasures of ancient Poetry had been discovered in his native City, and were...
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The Works of the British Poets, with Lives of the Authors, 第 29 卷

1822
...accompanied tins second letter. He hinted also a wish that Mr. Walpole would assist him in emerging from so dull a profession, by procuring him some place, in which he might pursue the natural bias of his genius. Mr. Walpole immediately submitted the poems to Gray and...
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The Life of Thomas Chatterton: Including His Unpublished Poems and ...

John Ross Dix - 1837 - 336 页
...Narrative. " I wrote, according to the enclosed direction, for farther particulars. Chatterton, in answer, informed me that he was the son of a poor widow, who...place, in which he could pursue his natural bent. He affirmed that great treasures of ancient poetry had been discovered in his native city, and were...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Chatterton: With Notices of His Life ..., 第 1 卷

Thomas Chatterton - 1842
...pieces were ever made public, being, till the year 1631, shut up in the iron chest in Redclilfe Church." without throwing off the mask, or confessing the imposition...story was verified, though "nothing was returned about his character," on which subject Walpole had particularly requested information : for, indeed, the...
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The poetical works of Thomas Chatterton, with notes [ed. by C.B. Willcox].

Thomas Chatterton - 1842
...as Rowley proves the use of the bow to be knowne to the Saxons, and even introduced by them." XC1V without throwing off the mask, or confessing the imposition...story was verified, though "nothing was returned about his character," on which subject Walpole had particularly requested information : for, indeed, the...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Chatterton: With Notices of His Life ..., 第 2 卷

Thomas Chatterton, Charles Bonnycastle Willcox - 1842
...oblivion by Thomas Chatterton. Rowley ; Abbot John ; Ecca, Bishop of Hereford; and Elmar, Bishop of 1 Selseie.' He must have formed a liberal opinion of...story was verified, though "nothing was returned about his character," on which subject Walpole had particularly requested information : for, indeed, the...
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The Living Age ..., 第 105 卷

1870
...studies ; and hinted a wish," says Walpole, who is our only authority as to the words of this letter, " that I would assist him with my interest in emerging...place in which he could pursue his natural bent." With this letter Chatterton enclosed no more nonsense about painters, but several of the Rowley poems,...
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Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century ..., 第 6 卷

John Nichols - 1848
...LITERATURE. ' I wrote, according to the inclosed direction, for farther particulars. Chatterton, in answer, informed me that he was the son of a poor widow, who...some place in which he could pursue his natural bent. He affirmed that great treasures of ancient poetry had been discovered in his native city, and were...
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The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1851
...informed me that he was the son of a poor widow, who supported him with great difficulty ; that he was a clerk or apprentice to an attorney, but had a taste...place in which he could pursue his natural bent." Clearly Chatterton was never so near telling the whole truth as when, touched by Walpole's politeness,...
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The Dublin University Magazine, 第 38 卷

1851
...informed me that he was the son of a poor widow, who supported him with great difficulty ; that he was a clerk or apprentice to an attorney, but had a taste...place in which he could pursue his natural bent." Clearly Chatterton was never so near telling the whole truth as when, touched by Walpole's politeness,...
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