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It was happy that all great men were not of his mind . The bookseller was advised
and encouTaged to undertake the folio.edition by Mr. Sommers , afterwards +
afterwards Lord Sommers , who not only subscribed himself , The LIFE of
I know not whether the Joss of his fight did not add vigour to the faculties of his
mind . He at least thought fo , and often com : forted bimself with that reflection .
But his great parts and learning have scarcely gained him more admirers , than
In the latter part of his life he frequenily expressed to his friends his entire
fatisfaction of mind , that he had constantly employed his strength and faculties in
the defence of liberty , and in opposition to flavery . In matters of religion too he
In all his writings he plainly showeth a religious turn of mind , as well in verse as
in profe , as well in his works of an earlier date as in those of latter composition .
When he wrote the doctrine and discipline of divorce , he appears to have been a
His ambition was more to enrich and adorn his mind .. His father supported him in
his travels , and for some time after . Then his pupils must have been of fome
advantage to him , and brought him either a certain ftipend , or considerable ...
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This is by far my favorite edition of Paradise Lost. Since the text is full of archaic references, understanding what is meant can often be difficult (and result in a lot of trips to reference books ... קרא סקירה מלאה