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Thomson, he told him, smiling, that if he thought of being useful in the ministry, he must keep a stricter rein upon his imagination, and ex- press himself in language more intelligible to an ordinary congr^ation. Thomson to understand, that his expecta- tions from the study of theology might be very precarious ; even though the church had been more his free choice than probably it was.* So that having, soon after, received some encouragement fix)m a lady of quality, a friend of his mother's, then in Ijondon, he quickly prepared himself for Bailliet,] to which he wm introduced by the kindred of his mother, he received the ear Uest attentions ; and some verses of his, addressed to one of that family for the use of some books, are, I believe, still preserved as a (specimen of his infantine genius."— Edit. Beaidea theee, and Ilia tragedy of " Sophonidla," f written WK.^ I upon Ui B Ui U o T p Wuun, Then ti J^mm^Thonuciu^ ■ mo Hsoa.

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You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I C/. Hartrar U ^ollrgr l-ibrars FHOM THE LIBIt AIIV t JI" FRANKLIN HAVKN op BOSTON HAVEN. Yet I have found some editions, (and among them one in 8vo, and another in 4 to, both superintended by clever men,) which have mangled the poet's language and perverted his meaning, by this dis- graceful substitution : — wh(Me hallow'd names the virtuous saint. The other passa^ is verse 113 of the " H^-mn " at th cloae of the "Seasons: "— Bi HUi Bl Bf l U )wi albi, Hud (II Ibdc igiii - in tlmiwt ever; incorrect copj- in which the other aporioua reading occons Ihia is perverted into The two bu] ty reudingf vbicb 1 have bora adduced, and which aoem to b« tdii U] when eoinp&red with othera, lind no cou Dlfl Dince irbti Mver from any oopy printed durini; the life of the author, or fram tbow impre^oiu which were vabneqaently ptibli«hed under the auapicee of Lyttellon and Uurdocb.A mental appreciation of the manifold beauties of poesy is, next to poetic inspiration itself, one of the greatest boons of Hea- ven. Verses addres Bed to Amanda 614 To the Same, with a copy of the " Seasons "* ib. To give some account of a deceased friend is often a piece of justice likewise, which ought not to be refused to his memory : to prevent or efface the impertinent fictions which officious biographers are so apt to collect and propa- gate. Alhrniui died at London, on llie TIti of Jung, nid itylt, 1 ; wbmea Ida nnulni mn mt In Swtluid, and intemd Id 11h Un ehurch-;ud, dna bj ibo HOf 1il only HH, vhuhul been TBOMm. Mal K tlm pri^ite tutor to his Gnee^the Duke of Montn M^ and bit Ino Cliar the Lotd Qeoige Gnham,* 10 wen known al^^ M an able and ga Dant sea Hyflfioo-. ICallet be like- win owed bit lint af Mpiaintanfte with eeferal of tbe wite of tbat time ; an exact infimnation of their oharacteny per- flonal andpoetleal, and bow tluy stood afiectod to each other.Those who are so happy as to possess this inward feeling in perfection, find no difficulty in discerning between the spontaneous outpouring of these sounds of similarity and their premeditated fabrication. Verses to Amanda 615 Verses on recei Ting a Flower from his Mistress 616 Odes: — I ib. And we may add, that the circumstances of an author's life will sometimes throw the best light upon his writings ; instances whereof we shall meet with in the fol- lowing pages. Thomson was bom at Ednam, in the shire of Rox- burgh, on the 11th of September, in the year 1700. XIX •txength, was not diaoouraged by this treatment ; especially an he had -some firiends on whose judgment he could better rely, and who thought veiy differently of his performances. Tbe poem of ''Winter," pnbliflhed in March, 1726, was no aooner read than uni Ter Ballj admired :t those only excepted who had not been used to feel, or to look for, any thing in poetiy, beyond a point of eatirieal or epigrammatic wit, a amart antitheiria richly trimmed with riiyme, or the softneia of an elegiac complaint.Maintain attribution Tht Goog Xt "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. 615,) in imitation of Tiballas, borrowed from Philumou's " Memoirs and Correspondence of George Lord Lyttelton ;" the third is "a Poem to the Memoiy of Mr. 629,) lately "reprinted for the Percy Society, with a Preface and Kotes by Peter Cunningham, Esq.Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. ; " and the fourth is " the Fragment of a Poem," (p.

You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I C/. Hartrar U ^ollrgr l-ibrars FHOM THE LIBIt AIIV t JI" FRANKLIN HAVKN op BOSTON HAVEN. Yet I have found some editions, (and among them one in 8vo, and another in 4 to, both superintended by clever men,) which have mangled the poet's language and perverted his meaning, by this dis- graceful substitution : — wh(Me hallow'd names the virtuous saint. The other passa^ is verse 113 of the " H^-mn " at th cloae of the "Seasons: "— Bi HUi Bl Bf l U )wi albi, Hud (II Ibdc igiii - in tlmiwt ever; incorrect copj- in which the other aporioua reading occons Ihia is perverted into The two bu] ty reudingf vbicb 1 have bora adduced, and which aoem to b« tdii U] when eoinp&red with othera, lind no cou Dlfl Dince irbti Mver from any oopy printed durini; the life of the author, or fram tbow impre^oiu which were vabneqaently ptibli«hed under the auapicee of Lyttellon and Uurdocb.

A mental appreciation of the manifold beauties of poesy is, next to poetic inspiration itself, one of the greatest boons of Hea- ven. Verses addres Bed to Amanda 614 To the Same, with a copy of the " Seasons "* ib. To give some account of a deceased friend is often a piece of justice likewise, which ought not to be refused to his memory : to prevent or efface the impertinent fictions which officious biographers are so apt to collect and propa- gate. Alhrniui died at London, on llie TIti of Jung, nid itylt, 1 ; wbmea Ida nnulni mn mt In Swtluid, and intemd Id 11h Un ehurch-;ud, dna bj ibo HOf 1il only HH, vhuhul been TBOMm. Mal K tlm pri^ite tutor to his Gnee^the Duke of Montn M^ and bit Ino Cliar the Lotd Qeoige Gnham,* 10 wen known al^^ M an able and ga Dant sea Hyflfioo-. ICallet be like- win owed bit lint af Mpiaintanfte with eeferal of tbe wite of tbat time ; an exact infimnation of their oharacteny per- flonal andpoetleal, and bow tluy stood afiectod to each other.

Those who are so happy as to possess this inward feeling in perfection, find no difficulty in discerning between the spontaneous outpouring of these sounds of similarity and their premeditated fabrication. Verses to Amanda 615 Verses on recei Ting a Flower from his Mistress 616 Odes: — I ib. And we may add, that the circumstances of an author's life will sometimes throw the best light upon his writings ; instances whereof we shall meet with in the fol- lowing pages. Thomson was bom at Ednam, in the shire of Rox- burgh, on the 11th of September, in the year 1700. XIX •txength, was not diaoouraged by this treatment ; especially an he had -some firiends on whose judgment he could better rely, and who thought veiy differently of his performances. Tbe poem of ''Winter," pnbliflhed in March, 1726, was no aooner read than uni Ter Ballj admired :t those only excepted who had not been used to feel, or to look for, any thing in poetiy, beyond a point of eatirieal or epigrammatic wit, a amart antitheiria richly trimmed with riiyme, or the softneia of an elegiac complaint.

Maintain attribution Tht Goog Xt "watermark" you see on each file is essential for in forming people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. 615,) in imitation of Tiballas, borrowed from Philumou's " Memoirs and Correspondence of George Lord Lyttelton ;" the third is "a Poem to the Memoiy of Mr. 629,) lately "reprinted for the Percy Society, with a Preface and Kotes by Peter Cunningham, Esq.

Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. ; " and the fourth is " the Fragment of a Poem," (p.

Were Thom^n's poems submitted to this mode of inquisition, the most refined taste would fail to detect even the sem- blance of intentional alliteration. Hymn on Solitude 607 A Paraphiise on the latter part of the sixth Chapter of St Matthew 608 So KOS: — 1 609 II 610 III ib. His fiather, minister of that place, was but little known beyond the narrow circle of his co-presbyters, and to a few gentle- * See aote Q, p. Pope's oelebnlad Eskj, b«d opened the way to u icqnuntance with the beat poets Mid erilics.* But th« no M 1«»med critic ii not Uwajv tha bod jodge of poet[7 ; tut« being ■ g^ft of nature, the want of wliich, Ariatotle and Bona cannot anpptj ; nor even the stndy of the beat origina U, trheo Uh reader's bcultia are not tuned in a certaiu conaoaince t« tho M of the poet : and thi* hap- pened to be the ease with certain leamod gentlemen, into whose bands a few of Mr. Some inaciniracies of Btjie, and tho«e loioiiancee wliich a Toung writer can tiardly avoid, lay open to their carila and counre : bo &r indeed llief mi^t be eomp«(«ot jadgee : bat the lire and euthuaiasm of the poet bad entirely cacaped their notiect Mr. Only, from that time, he began to turn his views towards London ; where works of genius may always expect a can- did reception and due encounigement ; and an accident soon after entirely determined him to try his fortune there. Ns Uira Ihnif In lad HUne Mui raruioili H, niari»1e«uii,iiw«il (oluly In ibafrmt J7U; udrsumwd llrliain In I7I11, mil only • ;r»d pitlnisr, but ui anomplitbed and eubh man. To soch bis manly classical spirit coold not readily recommend itself; till, after a more atten- tive perusal, they had got the better of their prejudices, and either acquired, or affected, a truer taste. afterwudj Lord BEihop of Deny : who, upgn conversing witb Mr, Tbom Boa. Bandte, and his indignation at the treatment that worthy prelate had met with, are finely si- preeaed in hia poem lo the memory of Lord Talbot.