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De n n i s, Rem. on Pr. Artb. I Cannot but think it the most: reasonable thing in the
world, to distinguish Good writers, by discouraging the Bad. Nor is it an ill-natur'd
thing, in relation even to the very persons upon whom the Reflections are ...
Erie of Chester first bygoten Son and heyer vnto our most dradde naturall &
souerayn lordc & most crysten kynge, Henry die vij. by the grace of God kynge of
Englonde and of Frannce & lord of Irelonde, byseeching his noble grace to
receyve it ...
I defy the most common Reader to repeat them, without feeling some motions of
companion. In the next place I shall rank his Proverbs* in which I formerly
observed he excells : For example, A rolling Stone is ever bare of Moss ; And to
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On the whole, I did enjoy reading this poem, although I found it very difficult to read. I've heard before that it's very hard to comprehend the first time around, and I would have to agree. Although ... Read full review