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Page 286 - ANGELS have talked with him, and showed him thrones : Ye knew him not ; he was not one of ye, Ye scorned him with an undiscerning scorn : Ye could not read the marvel in his eye, The still serene abstraction : he hath felt The vanities of after and before ; Albeit, his spirit and his secret heart The...
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Page 155 - They will remember the peculiar character which belonged to that circle, in which every talent and accomplishment, every art and science, had its place. They will remember how the last debate was discussed in one corner, and the last comedy of Scribe in another; while Wilkie gazed with modest admiration on...
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Page 222 - SHAKSPERE AND TYPOGRAPHY. Being an Attempt to show Shakspere's Personal Connection with, and Technical Knowledge of, the Art of Printing ; also Remarks upon some common Typographical Errors, with especial reference to the Text of Shakspere. By William Blades. 8vo, pp. viii. and 78, with an Illustration, cloth. 1872. 3s. BLADES.— THE BIOGRAPHY AND TYPOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM CAXTON, England's First Printer.