fil- i I one of the advisers of Charles and la#39;olignac tit-e; justice for themselves, justice for their countrya#39;, poems or the tales themselves, ... of the grosser feelings over the delicate instinct that forms the connoisseur, could have engentiered such a belief. ... tn- a#39; a#39;r tswa#39; ita#39; ti. 1 v- . .a#39; I 1.!a#39; - - when we recollect how far the fancy of the poet has outstripped, in its delineations, the ... show that it has not altogether answered expectation; it will, therefore, be grratly altered, if not altogether re-modcllt-d.
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