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Text:"...198 LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE I read in The Oracle and True Briton of 13th October, 1807, that a Mr. Blair, a surgeon, has, with the cold fury of Robespierre, caused the police to seize upon..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE 53 To George Cumberland.^ Lambeth,^ 6th December 1795. Dear Sir, - I congratulate you, not on any achievement, because I know that the genius that produces the designs can..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...WILLIAMBLAKE 71 Blake in his later years, and who ultimately destroyed them in deference to the mandate of a religious sect with which he had become connected ! ^ Behemoth and Leviathan. From..."
Date:1895
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...2o6 THE LIFE OF WILLIAMBLAKE ... of those with whom to be connected is to be ... I cannot doubt that this more consolidated and extended work will be ... as kindly received . . . c. * * * Reader..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...88 LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE 1 8. To Thomas Butts. Felpham, loth May 1801. My dear Sir, - The necessary application to my duty, as well to my old as new friends, has prevented me from that respect I..."
Date:1906
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Text:"...88 LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE 1 8. To Thomas Butts. Felpham, \oth May 1801. My dear Sir, - The necessary application to my duty, as well to my old as new friends, has prevented me from that respect I..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...224 LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE Flaxman is gone,* and we must soon follow, every one to his own eternal house, leaving the delusions of Goddess Nature and her laws to get into freedom from all the laws..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
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Text:"...(72^ THE LIFE OF WILLIAMBLAKE common carpenters glue diluted, which he had found out, as the early Italians had done before him, to be a good binder. Joseph, the sacred carpenter, had appeared..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE 167 for a poor pittance of money in return for the sacrifice of art and genius. He says he never will leave to practise the art, because he loves it, and this alone will pay..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1906
Place:London, England
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Text:"...134 LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE will be at no loss. I sincerely wish with you that the trial was over, that our poor friend*s peace of mind might be restored ; although I have no doubt from what I have..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...224 LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE Flaxman is gone,^ and we must soon follow, y every one to his own eternal house, leaving the \ ; delusions of Goddess Nature and her laws to get ,/\^ into freedom from..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of Blake. By William Bell Scott, London, 1863. Revue Moderne. W. Blake : By Joseph Milsand. Paris, 1863. Reprinted in Litterature Anglaise et Philosophie. Paris, 1893. Art Journal, Vol XVI. Review..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...LIFE OF WILLIAMbLAKE. (■published till 1786 and 1796. The Antiquaries were alive and stirring then; and enthusiastic John Carter was laying the foundations in English Archieology on which..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
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Text:"...134 LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE will be at no loss. I sincerely wish with you that the trial was over, that our poor friends peace of mind might be restored ; although I have no doubt from what I have..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
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Text:"...178 THE LIFE OF WILLIAMBLAKE they were in quarto numbers, three engravings to each - a frontispiece and two vignettes. The first was The Elephant. A Series of Ballads. Number i. The Elepha..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... in his own House. God send it so on Earth as it is in Heaven.) I am. Dear Sir, Yours Affectionately WilliamBlake 12 April 1827 N 3 Fountain Court Strand 148. TO JOHN LINNELL U 25 APRIL 1827 A Dear Sir..."
Date:1956
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Text:"...198 LETTERS OF WILLIAMBLAKE I read in The Oracle and True Briton of 13th October, 1807, that a Mr. Blair, a surgeon, has, the cold fury of Robespierre^ caused the police to seize upon the person..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1906
Place:London, England
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Text:"....) London, 1905The Poems of WilliamBlake : Edited by W. B. Yeats. (Muses Library, 2nd edition.) London 1905. The Poetical Works of WilliamBlake. A new and verbatim text from the manuscript, engraved..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...FIRST GENERATION. 13 whereof I have hereunto sett my hand Seale In y^ presence of WilliamBlake w a seale : John Capen Jno Minott. Att a County Court held Att Boston 28. January 1663 Jno. Capen Jno..."
Date:1857
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"...20 THE LIFE OF WILLIAMBLAKE tion of later years : This (he is venturing a wild theory as to Joseph), is One of the Gothic Artists who built the Cathedrals in what we call the Dark Ages, wandering..."
Date:Between 1757 and 1827
Publication place:London, England