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" Epifodes of a greater Work which related to the Wars of Fingal, Concerning this Hero innumerable Traditions remain, to this Day, in the Highlands of Scotland. The... "
Literary Amusements: In Verse and Prose - Page 5
by Daniel Webb - 1787 - 76 pages
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 22

English literature - 1760
...the monk and his religion with difdain, telling htm, that the deeds of luch great men were fubjeas too high to be recorded by him, or by any of his religion : A full proof that Chriitianity was not as yet eflablifhed in the country. Though the poems now publilbcd appear as detached...
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Fragments of ancient poetry, collected in the highlands of Scotland, and tr ...

Fragments - 1760
...telling him, that the deeds of fuch great- men were fubjedls too. high to he recorded by him,- or-by any; of his religion: A full proof that Chriftianity was not as yet eilablilhedin the countryThough the poems" now pi>blifliecf appear as detached pieces in this colleclion,...
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A vindication of natural society, by Edm. Burke. The history and antiquities ...

Robert Dodsley, Joseph Spence, Jean Denis Attiret, William Hay, Nathaniel Lancaster, Charles Whitworth Baron Whitworth, Paul Hentzner - 1761
...the Monk and his Religion with Difdain, telling him, that the Deeds of fuch great Men were Subjects too high to be recorded by him, or by any of his Religion...originally Epifodes of a greater Work which related to the Wars of Fingal, Concerning this Hero innumerable Traditions remain, to this Day, in the Highlands of...
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Poems on Several Occasions

Myles Cooper - 1761 - 342 pages
...the monk and his religion with difdain, telling him, that the deeds of fuch great men were fubjects too high to be recorded by him, or by any of his religion...detached pieces in this collection, there is ground 83 to to believe that moft of them were originally epifodes of a greater work which related to the...
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Fugitive pieces, on various subjects, Volume 2

Robert Dodsley - 1761
...the Monk and his Religion with Difdain, telling him, that the Deeds of fuch great Men were Subjects too high to be recorded by him, or by any of his Religion : A full Proof that Chriftianity was not as yet eftabliflied in the Country. Though the Poems now publifhed appear as detached Pieces in this Collection,...
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A vindication of natural society. Written in the character of a late noble ...

English literature - 1765
...the Monk and his Religion with Difdain, telling him, that the Deeds of fuch great Men were Subje&s too high to be recorded by him, or by any of his Religion...yet eftablifhed in the Country. Though the Poems now pubHfhed appear as detached Pieces in this Collection, there is Ground to believe that moft cf them...
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Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society

Robert Dodsley - English essays - 1771
...full Proof that Chriftianity was not as yet eftablifhed in the Country. Though the Poems now publilhed appear as detached Pieces in this Collection, there...originally Epifodes of a greater Work which related to the Wars of Fingal. Concerning this Hero innumerable Traditions remain, to this Day, in the Highlands of...
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Fugitive Pieces on Various Subjects: A vindication of natural society

Paul Hentzner, John Gilbert Cooper - 1771
...the Monk and his Religion with Difdain, telling him, that the Deeds of fuch great Men were Subjects too high to be recorded by him, or by any of his Religion : A full Proof that Ghriftianity was not as yet eftablifhed in the Country. Though the Poems now publifhed appear as detached...
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The poems of Ossian: &c, Volume 2

James Macpherson - Bards and bardism - 1805
...the monk and his religion with disdain, telling him, that the deeds of such great men were subjects too high to be recorded by him, or by any of his religion : A full proof that Christianity was not as yet established in the country. Though the poems now published appear as detached...
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Aungervyle society reprints [ed. by E.M. Goldsmid].

Aungervyle society - 1881
...the Monk and his religion with disdain, telling him, that the deeds of such great men were subjects too high to be recorded by him, or by any of his religion. A full proof that Christianity was not as yet established in the country. Though the Poems now published appear as detached...
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