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" He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning with .bright ideas in his mind, hasten to commit them to paper, and count them monthly, as the means of planting such scaurs, and purchasing such wastes ; replacing dreams of fiction by other... "
Tait's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 96
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Volume 3

Authors, Scottish - 1837
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will be over with the feeling of independence. He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...by other prospective visions of walks by ' Fountain heads, aiujL pathless groves ; Places which paleTiassion loves.' This cannot be ; but I may work substantial...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart..

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will be over with the feeling of independence. He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...purchasing such wastes ; replacing dreams of fiction l>y other prospective visions of walks by ' Fountain heads, and pathless groves ; Places which pale...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart..

John Gibson Lockhart - 1837
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will be over with the feeling of independence. He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...them monthly, as the means of planting such scaurs, 164 LIFE OF SIR WALTER SCOTT. and purchasing such wastes ; replacing dreams of fiction by other prospective...
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Memoirs of the life of sir Walter Scott [by J.G. Lockhart].

John Gibson Lockhart - 1839
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will be over with the feeling of independence. He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...by other prospective visions of walks by ' Fountain heads, and pathless groves ; Places which pale passion loves.' This cannot be ; but I may work substantial...
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Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, Volume 8

John Gibson Lockhart - Authors, Scottish - 1839
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will be over with the feeling of independence. He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...by other prospective visions of walks by ' Fountain heads, and pathless groves ; Places which pale passion loves.' This cannot be ; but I may work substantial...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 14

1871
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will he over with the feeling of independence. He will no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...fiction by other' prospective visions of walks by " ' Fountain-heads and pathless groves, Places which pale Passion loves." " This cannot be : but I...
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Narrative of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, Volume 2

John Gibson Lockhart - 1848
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will be over with the feeling of independence. He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...by other prospective visions of walks by ' Fountain heads, and pathless groves ; Places which pale passion loves.' This cannot be ; but I may work substantial...
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Memoirs of a Literary Veteran: Including Sketches and Anecdotes of ..., Volume 3

Robert Pearse Gillies - Authors - 1851
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will be over with the feeling of independence. He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...by other prospective visions of walks by ' Fountain heads and pathless groves, Places which pale passion loves.' This cannot be ; but I may work substantial...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 124

1868
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will be over with the feeling of independence. He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...by other prospective visions of walks by " Fountain heads, and pathless groves ; Places which pale passion loves." ' This cannot be ; but I may work substantial...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 124-125

1868
...termed the Too-well-known. The feast of fancy will be over with the feeling of independence. He shall no longer have the delight of waking in the morning...by other prospective visions of walks by "Fountain heads, and pathless groves; Places which pale passion loves." ' This cannot be: but I may work substantial...
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