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" the greatest contempt and disdain for those who " thought him the fabricator of them. If there " was any person who asserted that Macpherson " had owned it to himself, even that would not " shake my faith, for I know him to be of a tem" per, when he... "
The poems of Ossian in the original Gaelic - Page lxxxi
by James Macpherson - 1807
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Report of the Committee of the Highland Society of Scotland Appointed to ...

Highland Society of Scotland, Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland - 1805 - 498 pages
...and translator of the works of Oss:an, ,or assumed any other merit than might be derived from thence. But I have heard him express the greatest contempt...himself, even that would not shake my faith ; for I knew him to be of a. temper, when he was teased and fretted, to carry his indignation that far. This...
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Report of the Committee of the Highland Society of Scotland, Appointed to ...

Henry Mackenzie - Literary forgeries and mystifications - 1805 - 498 pages
...and translator of the works of Ossian, or assumed any other merit than might be derived from thence. But I have heard him express the greatest contempt...it to himself, even that would not shake my faith j for I knew him to be of a temper, when he was teased and fretted, to carry his indignation that far....
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Report of the Committee of the Highland Society of Scotland, Appointed to ...

Highland Society of Scotland, Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland - Literary forgeries and mystifications - 1805 - 498 pages
...and translator of the works of Ossian, or assumed any other merit than might be derived from thence. But I have heard him express the greatest contempt and disdain for those who thought him the fabri*. cator of them. If there .was any person who asserted that Macpherson had owned it to himself,...
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Report of the Committee of the Highland Society of Scotland Appointed to ...

Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland - 1805 - 498 pages
...and translator of the works of Ossian, or assumed any other merit than might be derived from thence. But I have heard him express the greatest contempt and disdain for tliose who thought him the fabri.cator of them. If there was any person who asserted that Macpherson...
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A Dissertation on the Authenticity of the Poems of Ossian

Sir John Sinclair - 1806 - 232 pages
...unamiable.* What could be expected from such a character, but the conduct he identically pui-sued ? The evidence of that respectable clergyman, Dr. Carlyle,...and fretted, to carry " his indignation that far." t THE PRIVATE MEMORANDUMS written by * See David Hume's letter to Dr. Blair, Report of the Highland...
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The poems of Ossian, in the orig. Gaelic, with a tr. into Lat. by R ...

Ossian, sir John Sinclair (1st bart.) - 1807
...p. 65. veracity ; and he observes in another letter, that Macpherson was a strange and heteroclite mortal, and that he never knew any man more perverse...and fretted, to carry " his indignation that far." t THE PRIVATE MEMORANDUMS written by * See David Hume's letter to Dr. Blair, Report of the Highland...
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The poems of Ossian in the original Gaelic, Volume 1

James Macpherson - Bards and bardism - 1807
...p. 60, veracity ; and he observes in another letter, that Macpherson was a strange and heteroclite mortal, and that he never knew any man more perverse..." the greatest contempt and disdain for those who 46 thought him the fabricator of them. If there 46 was any person who asserted that Macpherson 44 had...
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Notes on The Authenticity of Ossian's Poems

1868
...and translator of the works of Ossian, or assumed any other merit than might be derived from thence; but I have heard him express the greatest contempt...for those who thought him the fabricator of them." That Macpherson either admitted or asserted that his Ossian was entirely composed by himself, and not...
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Notes on the Authenticity of Ossian's Poems

Archibald MacNeill - 1868 - 76 pages
...and translator of the works of Ossian, or assumed any other merit than might be derived from thence; but I have heard him express the greatest contempt...for those who thought him the fabricator of them." That Macpherson either admitted or asserted that his Ossian was entirely composed by himself, and not...
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JAMES MACPHERSON

BAILEY SAUNDERS - 1894
...and translator of the works of Ossian, or assumed any other merit than might be derived from thence. But I have heard him express the greatest contempt...himself, even that would not shake my faith; for I knew him to be of a temper, when he was teased and fretted, to carry his indignation that far."2 Captain...
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