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Of the first class, the most noble - - John Duke of Buck 1 N G H A M sums up his
charaćter in these lines: “* And yet so wond'rous, so sublime a thing, “As the great
Iliad, scarce could make me sing, “ Unless I justly could at once commend “A ...
... Pov f co Juve * satyrized overty o John Dunton was a broken bookseller and
abusive scribler; he writ Neck or Nothing, a violent satyr on some ministers of
state; a libel on the Duke of Devonshire and the Bishop of Peterborough, & Če
And as for Mr. Bed“ford's Serious remonstrance, though I “know nothing of the
time of publish“ing it, yet I dare to lay odds it was ei“ther upon the Duke d'
Aumont's being “at Somerset-house, or upon the late “Rebellion.” DENNIs, Stage
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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