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" The spirits are not then dissipated with the gaiety of Spring, and the glaring light of Summer, but composed into a serious and tempered joy. The year is perfect. In the mean time I will go on with correcting ' The Seasons,' and hope to carry down more... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 1004
1791
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The Poetical Works of James Thomson, Volumes 1-2

James Thomson - 1878 - 568 pages
...and tempered joy. The year is perfect. In the mean time I will go on with correcting ' The Seasons,' and hope to carry down more than one of them with me. This Muses, whom you obligingly say I shall bring along with me, I shall find with you — the muses...
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James Thomson

William Bayne - Authors, English - 1898 - 160 pages
...serious and tempered joy. The year is perfect. In the meantime I will go on with correcting The Seasons and hope to carry down more than one of them with me. The Muses whom you obligingly say I shall bring along with me I shall find with you — the Muses of the...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1898
...weeks or a month with you before you leave it. In the meantime, I will go on correcting ' The Seasons,' and hope to carry down more than one of them with me." If Mitford's theory is to be accepted, Pope ought to have been somehow smuggled into that visit to...
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James Thomson

George Campbell Macaulay - Poets, Scottish - 1907 - 259 pages
...season of the year the most poetical. ... In the meantime I will go on with correcting The Seasons, and hope to carry down more than one of them with me. The Muses, whom you obligingly say I shall bring along with me, I shall find with you, — the Muses of...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 7

Tobias Smollett - Books - 1793
...a ferious and tempered joy. — The? year is perftft. In the mean time I will go en with correfting the Seafons, and hope to carry down more than one of them with me.1 The Mufes, whom you obligingly fay I (hall bring along with me, I {hall find with you — the...
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