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" ... delivered the Sunday evening lectures at the Old Jewry, which were so popular about twenty years ago. He afterwards retired to Hedgegrove in Hertfordshire. It was here that I first became acquainted with him, and passed some of the pleasantest days... "
Memoirs of the Late Thomas Holcroft - Page 246
by Thomas Holcroft - 1816 - 320 pages
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Memoirs of William Hazlitt: With Portions of His Correspondence, Volume 1

William Carew Hazlitt - Authors - 1867
...was here that I first became acquainted with him, and passed some of the pleasantest days of my life. He was the first person of literary eminence whom...subjects of taste and philosophy (for his taste was asrefined as his powers of reasoning were profound and subtle) gave me a delight such as I can never...
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William Godwin: His Friends and Contemporaries, Volume 1

Charles Kegan Paul - Authors, English - 1876 - 387 pages
...youth. He was the first person of literary eminence whom I had then known, and the conversations I then had with him on subjects of taste and philosophy,...gave me a delight such as I can never feel again. Of all the persons I have ever known, he was the most perfectly free from every taint of jealousy or...
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William Godwin: His Friends and Contemporaries, Volume 1

Charles Kegan Paul - 1876
...became acquainted with him, and passed some of the pleasantest days of my life. He was the friend of my early youth. He was the first person of literary eminence whom I had then known, and the conversations I then had with him on subjects of taste and philosophy, for his taste was as refined as his powers of...
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William Godwin: His Friends and Contemporaries, Volume 1

Charles Kegan Paul - 1876 - 387 pages
...became acquainted with him, and passed some of the pleasantest days of my life. He was the friend of my early youth. He was the first person of literary eminence whom I had then known, and the conversations I then had with him on subjects of taste and philosophy, for his taste was as refined as his powers of...
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William Hazlitt, Essayist and Critic: Selections from His Writings, with a ...

William Hazlitt, Alexander Ireland - 1889 - 510 pages
...or honester critic I never coped withal. With him I passed some of the pleasantest days of my life. The conversations I had with him on subjects of taste and philosophy gave me a delight such as I can never feel again." From 1798 to 1802 little is known of Hazlitt and...
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The Collected Works of William Hazlitt: Memoirs of Thomas Holcroft. Liber ...

William Hazlitt - Malthusianism - 1902
...became acquainted with him, and passed some of the pleasantest days of my life. He was the friend of my early youth. He was the first person of literary eminence, whom I had then known ; and the conversations 1 had with him on subjects of taste and philosophy, (for his taste was as refined as his powers of...
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William Wordsworth, His Life, Works, and Influence, Volume 1

George McLean Harper - 1916
...early youth. He was the first person of literary eminence whom I had then known ; and the conversat1ons I had with him on subjects of taste and philosophy...Fielding, Cervantes, Richardson, Rousseau, Godwin, Goethe, etc., were the usual subjects of our discourse, and the pleasure I had had in reading these authors...
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Joseph Fawcett, The Art of War: Its Relation to the Early Development of ...

Arthur Beatty - 1918 - 270 pages
...became acquainted with him, and passed some of the pleasantest days of my life. He was the friend of my early youth. He was the first person of literary eminence,...then known; and the conversations I had with him on taste and philosophy, (for 21 This passage Is quoted by Harper, GM, William Wordsucorth, Life. Works,...
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The Life of William Hazlitt

Percival Presland Howe - 1922 - 475 pages
...became acquainted with him, and passed some of the pleasantest days of my life. He was the friend of my early youth. He was the first person of literary eminence,...Fielding, Cervantes, Richardson, Rousseau, Godwin, Goethe, etc., were the usual subjects of our discourse, and the pleasure I had had in reading these authors...
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