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" The most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in having found a historian whose sound judgment is accompanied by a graceful liveliness of imagination. We venture to predict that this book will soon become, and long remain, the standard History of Scotland.'—... "
Epoch men, and the results of their lives
by Samuel Neil - 1865 - 312 pages
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The Quarterly review, Volume 41

1829
...of such romantic character ; and the most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in having found an historian, whose sound judgment is accompanied by a graceful liveliness of imagination, and who does not give a shadow of countenance to the vulgar opinion that the flattest and dullest mode...
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The Natural History of Gallinaceous Birds: Vol. I ..., Volume 4, Part 1

Sir William Jardine - 1834 - 268 pages
...This work reflects the highest honour on Mr Ty tier's talents ami industry." — Sir Walter Scott. " The most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in...found a historian whose sound judgment is accompanied byagracefullivelinessof imagination."— Quarterly Reciiw. " The want of a complete History of Scotland...
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The Foreign quarterly review [ed. by J.G. Cochrane]., Volume 16

John George Cochrane - 1836
...of the most romantic kind, and are detailed in a very picturesque and forcible style." — Times* " The most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in having found a historian whose Ťound judgment is accompanied oy a graceful liveliness of imagination." — Quarterly Review. " Highly...
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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Periodical criticism

Walter Scott - 1836
...of such romantic character ; and the most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in having found an historian, whose sound judgment is accompanied by a graceful liveliness of imagination, and who does not give a shadow of countenance to the vulgar opinion that the flattest and dullest mode...
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Periodical Criticism, Volume 5

Walter Scott - 1836
...of such romantic character ; and the most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in having found an historian, whose sound judgment is accompanied by a graceful liveliness of imagination, and who does not give a shadow of countenance to the vulgar opinion that the flattest and dullest mode...
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Life of Kenble. Kelly's Reminiscences. Davy's Salmonia. ANcient history of ...

Walter Scott - 1841
...of such romantic character; and the most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in having found an historian, whose sound judgment is accompanied by a graceful liveliness of imagination, and who does not give a shadow of countenance to the vulgar opinion that the flattest and dullest mode...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart, Volume 21

Walter Scott - 1848
...of such romantic character; and the most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in having found an historian, whose sound judgment is accompanied by a graceful liveliness of imagination, and who does not give a shadow of countenance to the vulgar opinion that the flattest and dullest mode...
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Miscellaneous Prose Works, Volume 21

Walter Scott - 1853
...of such romantic character ; and the most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in having found an historian, whose sound judgment is accompanied by a graceful liveliness of imagination, and who does not give a shadow of countenance to the vulgar opinion that the flattest and dullest mode...
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Reminiscences of "auld Ayr." ...

James Paterson - 1864 - 102 pages
...romantic kind, and are detailed in a very picturesque and forcible style." From the " Quarterly Review." "The most brilliant age of Scotland Is fortunate In...Scotland." The New Edition of Mr Tytler's " History of Scotland " is issued in a style uniform with the People's Edition of Lord Macaulay's " History of England,"...
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Heaven Our Home: We Have No Saviour But Jesus, and No ..., Volume 58; Volume 674

William Branks - 1864 - 310 pages
...volume before us gives of the author's talents and capacity for the task From the "Quarterly Review." "The most brilliant age of Scotland is fortunate in...Scotland." The New Edition of Mr Tytler's "History of Scotland" will be issued in a style uniform with the People's Edition of Lord Macaulay's " History...
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