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" ... for half a year or more, the common newspapers, in most of which they had some property, as being hired writers, were filled with the most abusive falsehoods and scurrilities they could possibly devise... "
Bell's Edition - 第 64 頁
John Bell 著 - 1796
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope, with a life, by A. Dyce, 第 3 卷

Alexander Pope - 1863
...prefixed, for the most part, at random. Bat such was the number of poets eminent in that art, that some one or other took every letter to himself. All fell...so violent a fury, that for half a year, or more, in general afford it a most quiet reception, and the larger part accept it as favourably as if it were...
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1865
...that art, that some one or other took every letter to himself. All fell into so violent a fury, thiit for half a year, or more, the common newspapers (in most of which they had some property, as being liired writers) were filled with the most abusive falschoods and scurrilities they could possibly devise;...
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Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets: With Critical Observations ..., 第 2 卷

Samuel Johnson - 1866
...Saturday, March 21, 1752. dom) ; but such was the number of poets eminent in that art, that some oue or other took every letter to himself ; all fell into...a fury, that, for half a year or more, the common newsjiers (in most of which they had some property, as being hired writers) were filled with the most...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope. ...

Alexander Pope - 1866
...week, for these two months past, the town has been persecuted with pamphlets, advertisements,2 letters, the common newspapers (in most of which they had some property, as being hired wr1ters) were filled with the most abusive falsehoods and scurrilities they could possibly devise ;...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

1867
...prefixed, for the most part at random. But such was the number of poets eminent in that%rt, that some one or other took every letter to himself. All fell...scurrilities they could possibly devise : a liberty noways to be wondered at in those people, and in those papers, that for many years, during the uncontrolled...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1869 - 485 頁
...prefixed, for the most part at random. But such was the number of poets eminent in that art, that some one or other took every letter to himself. All fell...scurrilities they could possibly devise : a liberty noways to be wondered at ia those people, and in those papers, that for many years, during the uncontrolled...
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The poetical works of Alexander Pope, ed. with notes and intr. memoir by A.W ...

Alexander Pope - 1869
...prefixed, for the most part at random. But such was the Number of Poets eminent in that art, that some one or other took every letter to himself. All fell...property, as being hired writers) were filled with the шли abusive falsehoods and scurrilities they couÜ possibly devise ; a liberty no ways to be wondered...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1869 - 485 頁
...was the number of poets eminent in that art, that some one or other took every letter to himself. AH fell into so violent a fury, that for half a year,...which they had some property, as being hired writers) ivcre filled with the most abusive falsehoods and scurrilities they could possibly devise : a liberty...
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The Works of Alexander Pope, 第 5 卷

Alexander Pope - 1889 - 10 頁
...rushed into print, and as Savage says in his ' History,' " for half a year or mere the common newspapers •were filled with the most abusive falsehoods and scurrilities they could possibly devise." Pope, it appears, did not reveal even to Swift the real cause of the delay in publishing the ' Dunciad.'...
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The Poetical Works of Alexander Pope

Alexander Pope - 1878 - 600 頁
...prefixed, for the most part at random. But such was the number of poets eminent in that art, that some one or other took every letter to himself. All fell...wondered at in those people, and in those papers, that f. T many years, during the uncontrolled license of the press, had aspersed almost all the great characters...
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