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" Prince ; who, being taken with his merit and addrefs, admitted him to a great familiarity in his more private hours, and afterwards made him no fmall offers of preferment. The Poet had the greatnefs of mind to refufe them all ; and the Prince was generous... "
The Lives of the Roman Poets: Containing a Critical and Historical Account ... - Página 106
por Lewis Crusius - 1753
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Lives of the Roman Poets: Containing a Critical and Historical ..., Volume 1

Lewis Crusius - 1733
...became known to him, and grew very much in his favour ; fo that he became a iuitor for him to Auguflm, and got his eftate to be reftored, and recommended...his more private hours, and afterwards made him no irnall offers of preferment. The Poet had the gi camels of mind to refríe them all ; and the Prince...
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ...

1784
...and addrefs, admitted hini to a clofc familiarity with him in his private hours, and afterwards m.ide him no fmall offers of preferment. The poet had the...generous enough not to -be. offended at his freedom dom in fo doing. He muft have been, what his writings every where fpeak him to have been, very indifferent...
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an ... Account of the ...

1795
...highly taken with hjs great merit and addrefs, admitted him to a clofe familiarity with him in his private hours, and afterwards made him no fmall offers of preferment. The poet had thegreamefs of mind to refufe them all; and the prince was generous enough not to be offended at his...
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ...

1798
...was highly pleafed with his merit and addrefs, admitted him to a clofe familiarity with him in his private hours, and afterwards made him no fmall offers...generous enough not to be offended at his freedom in fo doing. He muft have been, what his writings every where fpeak him to have been, very \njdifferent...
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