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" Milton's consecrated genius might harmoniously have mingled with the angels that announced the Messiah to be come, or that, on the spot and at the moment of his departure, predicted his coming again ; might have shamed to silence the muses of paganism... "
Essays in a Series of Letters on the Following Subjects: On a Man's Writing ... - Pągina 265
per John Foster - 1826 - 271 pągines
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Essays in a Series of Letters to a Friend ...

John Foster - 1806
...of his departure predicted his. coming again ; might have shamed to silence the muses of paganism1, or softened the pains of a Christian martyr. Part...of Young, those of Cowper, Watts, and a few others, havfi animated a very great number of minds with sentiments which they did not feel it necessary to...
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Essays in a series of letters to a friend

John Foster - 1813
...applying the censure to the poets, it is very gratifying to meet with so much to applaud in the greatest of all their tribe. Milton's genius might harmoniously...complacency to the language of Christ and his apostles. But aa to the great majority of the poets, it would be most curious to try what kind of religious system,...
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The memoirs of the late miss Emma Humphries, with a series of letters to ...

Timothy East - 1817
...Milton's genius might harmoniously have mingled with the Angels that announced the Messiah to be come ; might have shamed to silence the muses of paganism, or softened the pain* of a Christian Martyr."* B«t Cowper, for correctness of evangelical sentiment, for delicacy...
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The Christian Spectator

1827
...harmoniously have mingled with the angels who announced the Savior to be come, or who on the spot or at the moment of his departure predicted his coming...Paganism, or softened the pains of a Christian Martyr." We would not, however, speak ve*y decisively at this time of his character, so far as experimental...
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Essays in a Series of Letters

John Foster - 1838 - 342 pągines
...it is gratifying to meet an exception in the most elevated of all their tribe. Milton's consecrated genius might harmoniously have mingled with the angels...martyr. Part of the poetical works of Young, those of Watts, and of Cowper, have placed them among the permanent benefactors of mankind ; as owing to them...
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A Gallery of Literary Portraits

George Gilfillan - 1845 - 443 pągines
...mingled with that of the angels who proclaimed the coming of Christ upon the plain of Bethlehem ; to have shamed to silence the muses of Paganism, or softened the pains of a Christian martyr." True, they were not professed theologians, and did not protrude the peculiarities of the Gospel into...
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Essays in a Series of Letters

John Foster - 1846 - 352 pągines
...Messiah to be come, or that, on the spot and at the moment of his departure, predicted his coming again j might have shamed to silence the muses of paganism...martyr. Part of the poetical works of Young, those of Watts, and of Cowper, have placed them among the permanent benefactors of mankind ; as owing to them...
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Sketches of Modern Literature, and Eminent Literary Men ...

George Gilfillan - 1846
...mingled with that of the angels who proclaimed the coming of Christ upon the plain of Bethlehem ; to have shamed to silence the muses of Paganism, or softened the pains of a Christian martyr." True, they were not professed theologians, and did not protrude the peculiarities of the Gospel into...
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The Renfrewshire Magazine

1847
...Foster said of it, " It might harmoniously have mingled with the angels that announced the Messiah ; it might have shamed to silence the muses of paganism, or softened the pains of a Christian martyr." It may be said of his great work, that it was " allied to heavenly harmony." His most sinful and inferior...
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Essays in a Series of Letters

John Foster - 1848 - 352 pągines
...spot and at the moment of his departure, predicted his coming again; might have shamed to silence tne muses of paganism ; or softened the pains of a christian...martyr. Part of the poetical works of Young, those of Watts, and of Cowper, have placed them among the permanent benefactors of mankind ; as owing to them...
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