| Samuel Johnson - 1765 - 72 pages
...his cataftrophe is improbably produced or imperfectly reprefented. He. had no regard to diftinction **of time or place, but gives to one age or nation, without** fcruple, the cuftoms, inftitutions, and opinions of another, at the expence not only of likelihood,... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1768
...be obfcrved, that in many of his plays the latter part is evidently neglected. When he found himfelf **near the end of his work, and in view of his reward, he** fhortened the labour, to fnatch the profit. He therefore remits his efforts where he fhould moft vigoroufly... | |
| William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson, George Steevens - Drama - 1773
...be obferved, that in many of his plays the latter part is evidently neglected. When he found himfelf **near the end of his work, and in view of his reward, he** fhortened the labour to fnatch the profit. He therefore remits his efforts where he mould moft vigoroufly... | |
| Samuel Johnson, Thomas Davies - 1774
...be obferved, that in many of his Plays the latter Part is evidently neglected. When he found himfelf **near the End of his Work, and in View of his Reward, he** fhortened the Labour, to fnatch the Profit. He therefore remits his Efforts where he fhould moft vigouroufly... | |
| Samuel Johnson - 1774
...be obferved, that in many of his Plays the latter Part is evidently neglected. When he found himfelf **near the End of his Work, and in View of his Reward, he** fhortened the Labour, to fnatch the Profit. He therefore remits his Efforts where he fhould moft vigouroufly... | |
| English literature - 1774
...his Cataftrophe is improbably produced or imperfectly represented. He bad no R.egard to Diftinction **of Time or Place, but gives to one Age or Nation, without** ticruplc, the Cuftoms, Inftitutions, and Opinions of another, at the Expence not only of Likelfhood,... | |
| Samuel Johnson, John Hawkins - English literature - 1787
...be obferved, that in many of his plays the latter part is evidently neglected. When he found himfelf **near the end of his work, and in view of his reward, he** (hortened the labour to fnatch the profit. He therefore remits his efforts where he fhould moft vigoroufly... | |
| William Shakespeare, Samuel Johnson, John Bell, George Steevens - 1788
...of his plays the latter part is evidently neglected. When he found himself near the end of his worki **and in view of his reward, he shortened the labour...produced, or imperfectly represented. He had no regard, to** distinctioir of time or place, but gives to one age or nation, without scruple, the customs, institutions,... | |
| Vicesimus Knox - English prose literature - 1790 - 1019 pages
...be obfcrved, that in many of his plays the latter part is evidently negleftcd. When he found himfclf **near the end of his work, and in view of his reward, he** ihortcned the labour to fnatch the profit. He therefore remits his efforts where he mould moil vigoroudy... | |
| William Shakespeare - 1793
...be obferved, that in many of his plays the latter part is evidently neglected. When he found himfelf **near the end of his work, and in view of his reward, he** fhortened the labour to fnatch the profit. He therefore remits his efforts where he mould moft vigoroufly... | |
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