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" ... is no bad performer ; and as to insects, if the black beetle, and beetles indeed of all hues, will keep out of my way, I have no objection to any of the rest ; on the contrary, in whatever key they sing, from the gnat's fine treble to the bass of... "
The Life, and Posthumous Writings, of William Cowper, Esqr: With an ... - Sivu 240
tekijä(t) William Hayley - 1806
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

Tobias George Smollett - 1805
...farm-yard, is no bad performer : and as to insects, if the black beetle, and beetles indeed of all hue.«, will keep out of my way, I have no objection to any...however, it strikes me as a very observable instance cf providential kindness to man, that such an exact accord has been contrived between his ear, and...

The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Nide 3

Charles Brockden Brown - 1805
....in a farmyard, is no bad performer : and as to insects, if the black beetle, and beetles indeed of all hues, will keep out of my way, I have no objection to any of the rest ; on the contrary, iii whatever key they sing, from the gnat's fine treble to the bass of the humble bee, I admire them...

The life and letters of William Cowper

William Cowper - 1809
...indeed of all hues, will keep out of my wayt I have no objection to any of the rest ; on the con^ trary, in whatever key they sing, from the gnat's fine treble,...them all. Seriously however, it strikes me as a very obr servable instance of .providential kindness to man, that such an exact accord has been contrived...

Elegant epistles: a copious selection of instructive, moral, and ...

Elegant epistles - 1812
...in a farmyard, is no had performer : and as to insects, if the black beetle, and beetles indeed of all hues, will keep out of my way, I have no objection...key they sing, from the gnat's fine treble, to the hass of the humble bee, 1 admire them all. Seriously however, it strikes me as a very observable instauce...

The Female Speaker; Or, Miscellaneous Pieces, in Prose and Verse: Selected ...

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - 1816 - 392 sivua
...in a farmyard, is no bad performer : and as to insects, if the black beetle, and beetles indeed of all hues, will keep out of my way, I have no objection...key they sing, from the gnat's fine treble, to the hass of the humble bee, I admire them all. Seriously, however, it strikes me as a very observable instance...

The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Nide 1

1817
...fowls please me, without one exception ; and as to insecte, if the black bettle, and beetles indeed of all hues, will keep out of my way, I have no objection...humble bee, I admire them all. Seriously, however (he continues), it strikt s me as a very observable instance of providential kindness to man, that...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Nide 1

1817
...fowls please me, without one exception ; and as to insects, if the black beetle, and beetles indeed of all hues, will keep out of my way, I have no objection...humble bee, I admire them all. Seriously, however (he continues), it strikes me as a very observable instance of providential kindness to man, that such...

The Works of Cowper and Thomson: Including Many Letters and Poems Never ...

William Cowper - 1832 - 537 sivua
...in a farm yard, i» no bad perfonner; and as to insects, if the black >eetle, and beetles indeed of all hues, will keep out of my way, I have no objection...rest; on the contrary, in whatever key they sing, rem the gnat's fine treble, to the base of the hum>le bee, I admire them all. Seriously however it...

The senses

Senses - 1843 - 160 sivua
...to which we are so much and so constantly indebted ? Well might Cowper say, in one of his letters, " It strikes me as a very observable instance of providential kindness to man, that such an exact accordance has been contrived between his ear and the sounds with which, at least in a rural situation,...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Francis Jeffrey - 1846
...in a farm yard, is no bad performer. And as to insects, if the black beetle, and beetles indeed of all hues, will keep out of my way, I have no objection...sing, from the gnat's fine treble to the bass of the humble-bee, I admire them nil. Seriously, however, it strikes me as a very observable instance of providential...




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