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" Of this performance, when it was printed, the reception was different, according to the different opinion of its readers. Swift commended it for the excellence of its morality, as a piece that " placed all kinds of vice in the strongest and most odious... "
Johnson's Lives of the British poets completed by W. Hazlitt - Página 249
por Samuel Johnson, William Hazlitt - 1854
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Johnson's Lives of the the English Poets: Abridged: with Notes and Illustrations

Samuel Johnson - 1797 - 239 páginas
...the reception was by no means fo great. Dr. Herring, Archbifhop of Canterbury, among others, cenfured it as giving encouragement not only to vice but to crimes, by making a highwayman the hero, and diimiffing him at laft unpunifhed. This objection, or fome other rather political than moral, obtained...
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Fables ...: With a Life of the Author

John Gay - 1799 - 237 páginas
..., the reception was different , according to the different opinion of its readers. Swift commended it for the excellence of its morality, as a piece that placed all kinds of vice in the Jirongefi and moft odious light; but others, and among them Dr. Herring, afterwards avchbifhop of Canterbury,...
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Lives

Samuel Johnson - 1800
...reception was different, it cording to the different opinions of its readers. Swift commended it ft the excellence of its morality, as a piece that " placed all kinds of via o *' the strongest and most odious light;" but others, and stmong them ft Hen ing, afterwards archbishop...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy - 1801
...printed, the reception was different, according to the different opinion of its readers. Swift commended it for the excellence of its morality, as a piece that " placed *' all kinds of vice in the frrongeft and moft odious " light;" but others, and among them Dr. Herring, afterwards archbifhop of...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D.

Samuel Johnson - 1801
...printed, the reception was different, according to the different opinion of its readers. Swift commended it for the excellence of its morality, as a piece that " placed " all kinds of vice in the flrongeft and moft odious ** light;" but others, and among them Dr. Herring, afterwards archbifhop...
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A new history of Great Britain: from the invasion of Julius Caesar to the ...

John Adams - 1803 - 455 páginas
...printed, th.e reception was different, according to the different opinions of its readers. Swift commended it for the excellence of its morality, as a piece that placed all kinds of vice in the Jirangefl and niofl odious light ; but others cenfured it as giving encouragement not only to vice,...
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The works of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland. With prefaces ...

Great Britain - 1804
...printed, the reception was different, according to the different opinions of its readers. Swift commended it for the excellence of its morality, as a piece...the hero^' and dismissing him at last unpunished. It Ins been even said, that, after the exhibition of the J}ro*ars Ofaat the gangs of robbers were evidently...
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Memoirs of Charles Macklin, Comedian: With the Dramatic Characters, Manners ...

William Cook - 1804 - 444 páginas
...Dr. Johnson's, in answer to the two opinions that were formed of it at that time. The one, " that it placed all kinds of vice in the strongest and most odious light;" and the other, " as giving encouragement not only to vice, but to crimes, by making the highwayman...
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The lives of the most celebrated English poets, with criticisms extr. from ...

Samuel Johnson - 1805
...printed, the reception was by no means so great. Dr. Herring, Archbishop of Canterbury, among others, censured it as giving encouragement not only to vice...highwayman the hero, and dismissing him at last unpunished. This objection, or some other rather political than moral, obtained such prevalence, that when Gay...
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The works of Samuel Johnson, Volumen1

1806 - 407 páginas
...odious " light ;" but others, and among them Dr. Herring, afterwards archbifhop of Canterbury, cenfured it as giving encouragement not only to vice but to crimes, by making a highwayman the hero, and difmiffing him at laft unpunifhed. It has been even faid, that after the exhibition of the Beggar's...
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