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" The scenes themselves may be little beautiful, but the delight with which we recollect the traces of their lives blends itself insensibly with the emotions*, which the scenery excites ; and the admiration which these recollections afford seems to give... "
The Century of Taste: The Philosophical Odyssey of Taste in the Eighteenth ... - Page 61
by George Dickie - 1996 - 168 pages
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Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste, Volume 2

Archibald Alison - Aesthetics - 1812 - 417 pages
...enim, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eo" rum, quos diligimus, aut admiramur adsunt vestigia." The scenes themselves may be little beautiful ; ....sanctity to the place where they dwelt, and converts every thing into beauty which appears to have been connected with them. There are scenes, undoubtedly,...
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Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste, Volume 1

Archibald Alison - Aesthetics - 1812 - 434 pages
...admiramur adsunt vestigia." The scenes themselves may be little beautiful ; but the delight with \vhjch we recollect the traces of their lives, blends itself...sanctity to the place where they dwelt, and converts every thing into beauty which appears to have been connected with them. There are scenes, undoubtedly,...
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Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste, Volume 1

Archibald Alison - Aesthetics - 1815 - 447 pages
...uescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, '• in quibus eorum, quos dihgimus, aut ad" miramur adsunt vestigia." The scenes themselves may be little beautiful; but...with which we recollect the traces of their lives, bleuds itself insensibly with the emotions which the scenery excites; and the admiration which these...
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Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste

Archibald Alison - Aesthetics - 1821 - 460 pages
...nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in qui" bus eorum/quos diligimus, aut admiramur adsunt vestigia." The scenes themselves may be little beautiful; but...sanctity to the place where they dwelt, and converts every thing into beauty which appears to have been connected with them. There are scenes, undoubtedly,...
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Encyclopaedia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 2

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1824
...enim, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, tjuos diligimus, out admiramur adsunt vestigia. The scenes themselves may be little beautiful ; but...kind of sanctity to the place where they dwelt, and Beauty, converts every thing into Beauty which appears to "•^"V^"' have been connected with them."...
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Elements of Moral Philosophy and of Christian Ethics, Volume 2

Daniel Dewar - Christian ethics - 1826
...enim, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus, aut admiramur adsunt vestigia." " The scenes themselves may be little beautiful ; but...sanctity to the place where they dwelt, and converts every thing into beauty which appears to have been connected with them." From such principles of human...
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Elements of Moral Philosophy, Volume 2

Daniel Dewar - Christian ethics - 1826
...cnim, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus, aut admiramur adsunt vestigia." " The scenes themselves may be little beautiful ; but...sanctity to the place where they dwelt, and converts every thing into beauty which appears to have been connected with them." From such principles of human...
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Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste

Archibald Alison - Aesthetics - 1830 - 418 pages
...which we behold the ibotsteps of those whom we love and admire. themselves may not be particularly beautiful ; but the delight with which we recollect...sanctity to the place where they dwelt, and converts every thing into beauty which appears to have been connected with them. There are scenes, undoubtedly,...
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Remarks on Forest Scenery, and Other Woodland Views, Volume 1

William Gilpin - Forests and forestry - 1834 - 344 pages
...enim, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos diligimus, aut admiramur adsunt vestigia.' The scenes themselves may be little beautiful; but...sanctity to the place where they dwelt, and converts every thing into beauty which appears to have been connected with them." We can bear ample testimony...
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Selections from the Edinburgh Review: Comprising the Best Articles ..., Volume 2

Maurice Cross - 1835
...enini, nescio quo pacto, locis ipsis, in quibus eorum, quos ililigimus, aut admiramur adsunt vestigia.' The scenes themselves may be little beautiful, but...sanctity to the place where they dwelt, and converts every thing into beauty which appears to have been connected with them," I. 23—25. There are similar...
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