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" All on a summer's day." I cannot leave this line without remarking that one of the Scribleri, a descendant of the famous Martinus, has expressed his suspicions of the text being corrupted here, and proposes instead of " all on " reading " alone ", alleging,... "
Microcosm. General index - Page 85
by Lionel Thomas Berguer - 1823
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The Microcosm, a Periodical Work: By Gregory Griffin, ... The Second Edition ...

Gregory Griffin - Microcosm amd macrocosm - 1787 - 448 pages
...every reader to choofe his own ingredients, and fweeten them to his own liking ; wifely forefeeing, no doubt, that the more palatable each had rendered them to his Own taite, the more he would be affe&ed at their approaching lofs. " All on a Summer s Day." I cannot leave...
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The Microcosm: A Periodical Work

John Smith, George Canning, John Hookham Frere, Robert Percy Smith - 1788 - 455 pages
...every reader to choofe his own ingredients, and fweeten them to his own liking ; wifely forefeeing, no doubt, that the more palatable each had rendered them to his own tafte, the more he would be affected at their approaching lofs. " All on a Summer's Day." I cannot...
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The Microcosm, a Periodical Work: By Gregory Griffin ... Inscribed ..., Volume 1

Gregory Griffin - Microcosm and macrocosm - 1793
...every reader to ehoofe his OWR ingredients, and fweeten them to his own liking; wifely forefeeing, no doubt, that the more palatable each had rendered them to his OWtt own tafte, the more he would be affected at thek approaching lofs. " All on a Summer's Day." I...
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The microcosm [ed. by G. Canning and others]. [Another]

George Canning - 1793
...every reader to choofe his own ingredients, and fweeten them to his own liking; wifely forefeeing, no doubt, that the more palatable each had rendered them to his owa 144 THE MICROCOSM. No> it. own tafte, the more he would be affe&ed at their approaching loft. "...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 108

1858
...Warburton, might fancy that the quiet irony of the following paragraph was levelled at himself : — ' " All on a summer's day." 'I cannot leave this line...the text being corrupted here, and proposes, instead of "All on," reading "Alone," alleging, in the favour of this alteration, the effect of solitude in...
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The Microcosm: A Periodical Work, Volume 1

John Smith, George Canning, Robert Percy Smith, John Hookham Frere - 1809
...every reader to choose his own ingredients, and sweeten them to his own liking ; wisely foreseeing; no doubt, that the more palatable each had rendered...the text being corrupted here, and proposes, instead of " AM on" reading " Alone" alledging, in favour of this alteration, the effect of Solitude in raising...
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The Gleaner: A Series of Periodical Essays, Volume 3

Nathan Drake - English essays - 1811
...every reader to choose his own ingredients, and sweeten: them to his ow.n liking ; wisely foreseeing, no? doubt, that the more palatable each had rendered...remarking, that one of the Scribleri, a descendant of the fainous Martinus, has expressed his suspicions ef the text being corrupted here, and proposes, instead...
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The Gleaner: A Series of Periodical Essays, Volume 3

Nathan Drake - English essays - 1811
...every reader to choose his own ingredients, and sweeten them to his own liking ; wisely foreseeing, no doubt, that the more palatable each had rendered...more he would be affected at their approaching loss. AH. on a summer's day. I cannot leave this line without remarking, that one of the Scribleri, a descendant...
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The microcosm [ed. by G. Canning and others]. [Another]

George Canning - 1825
...every reader to choose his own ingredients and sweeten them to his own liking ; wisely foreseeing, no doubt, that the more palatable each had rendered...descendant of the famous Martinus, has expressed his suspicious of the text being corrupted here, and proposes, instead of " all on," reading "alone," alleging,...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 45

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1858
...LITERARY REMAINS. 123 following paragraph was leveled at himself: " 'All on a summer's day.' " I can not leave this line without remarking, that one of the Scribleri, a descendant of the famous Martinas, has expressed his suspicions of the text being corrupted here, and proposes, instead of '...
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