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" These words, from the experience of his sagacity, never failed to inspire me with hopes of success. It was then sketched. Sometimes when I was fond of a particular part, I used to dilate on it in the sketch; but to this he always objected. ' I don't want... "
Annual Register - Page 1218
1822
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 126

1867
...thought of writing anything, I always told him my first rough plans ; and always, with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...would best answer the purpose. — " Sketch that, and show it to me." — These words, from the experience of his sagacity, never failed to inspire me with...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volume 10

1821
...thoughtof writing any thing, I always told him my first rough plans ; and always, with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...experience of his sagacity, never failed to inspire me with nope of success. It was then sketched. Sometimes, when I was fond of a particular part, I used to dilate...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 10

Walter Scott - 1821
...though t of writing any thing, I always told him my first rough plans ; and always, with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...experience of his sagacity, never failed to inspire me with nope of success. It was then sketched. Sometimes, when I was fond of a particular part, I used to dilate...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 10

Walter Scott - 1821
...thoughtof writing any thing, I always told him my first rough plans ; and always, with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...These words, from the experience of his sagacity, nev;r failed to inspire me with hope of success. It was then sketched. Sometimes, when I was fond of...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 62, Part 2

1822
...thought of writing any thing, I always told him my first rough plans : and always, with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...inspire me with hope of success. It was then sketched. Soraetimes/when I was fond of a particular part, I used to dilate on it in the sketch ; but to this...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1822
...thought of writing any thing, I always tnld him my first rouÁh plans : and always, with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...answer the purpose.—ę' Sketch that, and shew it in me"— These words, from the experience of his sagacity, never failed to inspire me with hope of...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 24

1848
...Whenever I thought of writing anything, I told him my first rough plans, and always, with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...would best answer the purpose. ' Sketch that, and show it to me.' These words, from the experience of his sagacity, never failed to inspire me with hope...
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Memoirs of Richard Lovell Edgeworth, Esq

Richard Lovell Edgeworth - 1844 - 486 pages
...Whenever I thought of writing any thing, I told him my first rough plans ; and always with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...purpose. — " Sketch that, and shew it to me." — These worck from the experience df his sagacity, never faili to inspire me with hope of success. It was thu...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 95

1867
...thought of writing anything, I always told him my first rough plans ; and always, with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...would best answer the purpose. — ' Sketch that, and show it to me.' — T liese words, from the experience of his sagacity, never failed to inspire me...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volume 16

1849
...Whenever I thought of writing anything, I told him my first rough plans, and always, with the instinct of a good critic, he used to fix immediately upon...would best answer the purpose. ' Sketch that, and show it to me.' These words, from the experience of his sagacity, never failed to inspire me with hope...
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