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Text:"...226 RobertLloyd Churchill, by need, not choice, had been leading a precarious life on the forty pounds a year of a country living, eked out by tuition. In 1758, at his fathers death, he had been..."
Date:1912
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...RobertLloyd 219 May screen us from the stroke of thunder, This mind I ever was, and am in. It is no antidote to famine. And poets live on slender fare, Who, like Cameleons, feed on air, And starve..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...238 RobertLloyd a miserable being, Its end still fearing and foreseeing; and when, in February 1764, the long-threatened end came, Lloyd had for some time surrendered the work to other hands..."
Date:1912
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Text:"... .... 180 RobertLloyd . 210 Grays Biographer 24.3 Appendix A (Carmontelles Transparencies) 275 Appendix B (Exhibitions of the Eidophusikon) . 277 Appendix C and Postscript (Death of the Bailli de Suffren..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...RobertLloyd 213 sole heir, and single, Of dear Mat Priors easy jingle; and even goes as far as to give him the praise, if not of superior finish, at least of superior facility.^ While Lloyd..."
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Text:"...232 RobertLloyd seem that this collection should have been the most lucrative of his publications ; but although he appears to have aWays performed his daily task with mill-horse regularity..."
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Text:"...RobertLloyd 223 lished is not apparent, nor is it clear when it broke up, though Southey supposes that its dispersion followed upon the defection of Cowper a year or two later. But almost..."
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Text:"...220 RobertLloyd gent - was, he insisted, both his Motto and Comment. This being so, it is perhaps not unreasonable that the perplexed recipients of a dark saying should complain that it was hard..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...2 1 8 RobertLloyd hazardous career, was not unintelligible. He had many friends in the writing world. Already, at Cambridge, he must have become a member of the select little Nonsense Club of old..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...224 RobertLloyd ghosts, and the absurd entertainments of pantomime. Finally, it takes leave with a graceful lament over the perishable character of the histrionic art: Yet, hapless Artist ! tho..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...RobertLloyd 241 When RobertLloyd was buried in the churchyard of St. Brides parish he was thirty-one, and his premature end is sad enough. At the same time, it is impossible to give to the tale..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...240 RobertLloyd console himself philosophically by the reflection that irksome as confinement was, it was * not so bad as being usher at Westminster. He even produced The Capricious Lovers..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...RobertLloyd 237 to Keep Him. There are also ominous proposals for a complete translation of Racine, to be published as a monthly make-weight. Lloyd seems to have struggled doggedly with his metier..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...RobertLloyd 227 ance on the theatres, he completed *The Rosciad. Even for this he was refused the trifling fee of five guineas. Thereupon he boldly issued the poem at his ow^n expense. The result..."
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Text:"...236 RobertLloyd matter, and that matter more verse than prose. No wonder Lloyd was weary of the task, and had already written: Continual plagues my soul molest, And Magazines disturb my rest. While..."
Date:1912
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Text:"..., and few have even heard of the Ode to Memory. By this date, Mason must already have been far advanced with Caractacus, another and more ambitious dramatic poem on the model of ^ See RobertLloyd, pp. 220-2...."
Date:1912
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Text:"...230 RobertLloyd people who were still smarting from the strokes of Churchills criticism, were not slow to comment upon such unworshipful developments of literary success. As may be imagined..."
Date:1912
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Text:"...; and, as pointed out in a later paper in this volume, his oft-cited couplet on the fugitive nature of the actors art had been anticipated by RobertLloyd. One of his less known couplets opens..."
Date:1912
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Text:"... Denis, the later friend of Churchill and RobertLloyd, whom the latter fondly regarded as La Fontaine by transmigration - a description which, judging from the versions in the St. Jamess Magazine, sug..."
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Text:"...RobertLloyd 229 Whom, nor the surly sense of pride. Nor affectation, warps aside; Who drags no author from his shelf. To talk on with an eye to self; Careless alike, in conversation, Of censure..."
Date:1912
Publication place:New York, USA