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Text:"... are justified, and then coine four lines of miserable rant, quite a la Maximin. Farewell, and believe mc ever, Your affectionate friend, WilliamWordsworth. The beauties of Paterdale, whence this letter..."
Date:Between 1770 and 1850
Publication place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... imagery ; as if the tale had been chosen for the sake of the imagery only. I remain, Very faithfully yours, W. Wordsworth. CCCCLXXV WilliamWordsworth to Correspondent Unknown Rydal Mount, Kendal, 19th..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"...406 WILLIAMWORDSWORTH minutes at a time. You will be sorry to hear that this infirmity still hangs about me, and cuts me off from reading almost altogether. But how are you ? And how is your dear..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... of the lower rank. Farewell. I have exhausted my paper. Your affectionate W. Wordsworth. CCCCLXV WilliamWordsworth to Hugh James Rose My dear Sir, I have taken a folio sheet to make certain minutes upon..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... in Dublin, will be highly prized by us. Believe me, my dear Mr. Hamilton, Most sincerely, your much obliged W. Wordsworth. CCCCXC WilliamWordsworth to William Rowan Hamilton Whitehaven, August 15, 1829..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... Context. New York: Norton, 1988. Johnston, Kenneth R., and Gene W. Ruoff, eds. The Age of WilliamWordsworth: Critical Essays on the Romantic Tradition. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 1987. - , et al., eds..."
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Text:"...258 WILUAM WORDSWORTH ease of an exhalation, yet a fabric of adamant God bless you, my ever dear friend. Kindest love to Lad; Beaumont W. Wordsworth. CCCCXIII WilliamWordsworth to Lord Lonsdale May..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"...258 WILLIAMWORDSWORTH ease of an exhalation, yet a fabric of adamant. God bless you, my ever dear friend. Kindest love to Lady Beaumont W. Wordsworth. CCCCXIII WilliamWordsworth to Lord Lonsdale..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... - at least I fear so ; I had better, therefore, release you. Believe me, my dear Wrangham, Your affectionate friend, W. Wordsworth, CCCXXXVIII WilliamWordsworth to John Kenyan^ [1819.] Mrs. Coleridge and her..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:".... Most faithfully yours, W. Wordsworth. CCXCII WilliamWordsworth to John Scott^ Rydal Mount, near Ambleside, February 22, 181 6. My dear Sir, Your Paris Revisited has been in constant use since I received..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... here at all times, for your company is a treat. Most truly yours, „, „, ■^ ^ W. Wordsworth. CCLXVII WilliamWordsworth to Correspondent Unknown May 24, 18 1 4. . . • Unwilling that what I cannot..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... together at his abode, I cannot say his parsonage (for the living has none), at Moresby, near Whitehaven. I remain, my dear Sir George, Faithfully yours, Wm. Wordsworth. DXXIX WilliamWordsworth to Edward..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... of the lower rank. Farewell. I have exhausted my paper. Your affectionate W. Wordsworth. WilliamWordsworth to Hugh James Rose My dear Sir, I have taken a folio sheet to make certain minutes upon the subject..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... yours, W. Wordsworth. CCXCIII WilliamWordsworth to John Scott Rydal Mount, Feb. 25th, [1816.] My dear Sir, Most readily would I undertake the office which you propose to me, but for a reason which I am..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... imagery; as if th« tale had been chosen for the sake of the imagery only. I remain. Very faithfully yours, W. Wordsworth, CCCCLXXV WilliamWordsworth to Correspondent Unknown. Rydal Mount, Kendal, 19th..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"...12 WILLIAMWORDSWORTH add, to quit this part of the country, provided the salary be adequate, and the duty what I am equal to without being under the necessity of withdrawing myself wholly from..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... that I am strong already. His eyes, alas I are very weak, and so will, I fear, remain through life, but with proper care he does not sulfer much. DII WilliamWordsworth to Lord Lonsdale RyoAL Mount..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"... will reform them ; but, by abating their pride, you will strip their wickedness of the principal charm in their own eyes. . . . Affectionately yours, ,„ ^,, W. Wordsworth. CCC WilliamWordsworth to Robert..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855
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Text:"...LIFE OF WILLIAMWORDSWORTH. CHAPTER XIX. WOKDSWORTH AND COLERIDGE. The Lyrical Ballads were first published, as we have seen, in the year 1798, and a second edition, with a supplementary volume..."
Date:Between 1770 and 1850
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Text:"...348 WILLIAMWORDSWORTH spread, whether virtue and duty go along with it or no. Grant it ; but surely these observations may be of use if they tend to check unreasonable expectations. One of the most..."
Date:Between 1787 and 1855