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" He never laughed like Rabelais at nonsense that he imposed for wit ; but like Swift combined incidents that divert one from their unexpected encounter, and illustrate the tale he means to tell. "
Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Artists: Comprising Painters, Sculptors ... - Side 226
av John Gould - 1835
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The Scots Magazine, Volum 43

1781
...touches were marked with plcafantry and fun. He never laughed like Rabelais at vonfen fe that he impofed for wit ; but like Swift combined incidents that divert one from their unexpected encounter, and ulnltrate the tale he means to tell. Such are the hens roofting on the upright waves in the fcene of...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volum 50

Tobias Smollett - 1780
...touches were marked w»h pleafantry and fun. He never laughed like Rabelais at nonfenfe that he impofed for wit ; but like Swift combined incidents that divert...illustrate the tale he means to tell. Such are the hens rootling on the upright waves in thefcene of the Strollers, and the devils drinking porter on the altar....
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW.

SEVERAL HANDS. - 1781
...touches were marked with pleafantry, and fun. He never laughed like Rabela:s at nonfenfe that he impofed for wit ; but like Swift combined incidents that divert one from their unexpected encounter, and illuftrate the tale he means to tell. Such are the hen» rootling on the upright wave:, in the (cene...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volum 2

1782
...touches were marked with plealantry and fun. He never laughed like RabeUis at nonfenle that he impeled for wit ; but like Swift, combined incidents that divert one from their unexpected encounter, and illuftrate the tale he means to tell. The manners or cultores are more than observed in tvny one of...
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Biographical Anecdotes of William Hogarth: With a Catalogue of His Works ...

John Nichols - 1782 - 474 sider
...marked w.jth *' pleafantry and fun. He never laughed, like Ra" belais, at nonfenfe that he impofed for wit ; but, " like Swift, combined incidents that...divert one " from their unexpected encounter, and iLJuftrate " the tale he means to tell. Such are the hens *' roofting on the upright waves in the,fcene...
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La Belle Assemblée, Volum 5

1808
...laughed like ilabelai* at nonsense thnt be imposed for j «it; but like Swift combined incidents I hat divert one from their unexpected encounter, and illustrate...on the upright waves in the scene of the Strollers, aud the devils drinking porter on the altar. The manners, or costume, are more than observed in every...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete ...

William Granger, James Caulfield - 1808
...were marked with pleafantry and fun. He never laughed, like Rabelais, at nonfenfe, that he impofed for wit ; but like Swift, combined incidents that divert one from their unexpected encounter, and illuftrate the tale he means to tell." It can anfwer no good purpefe to rake the aflies of the illuftrious...
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The Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and ...

1813
...might not be offended at his lectures, and might learn to laugh at their own follies. When his topics were harmless, all his touches were marked with pleasantry...their unexpected encounter, and illustrate the tale that he meant to tell. Such were the hens roosting on the upright waves in the scene of the Strollers,...
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The Edinburgh Monthly Review, Volum 5

1821
...were more generous and extensive, mirth coloured his pictures, but bencvolenoe designed them." — " He never laughed, like Rabelais, at nonsense that...encounter, and illustrate the tale he means to tell. The manners or costume are more than observed in every one of his works, and the furniture of his rooms...
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Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the ..., Volum 4

1827
...might not be offended at his lectures, and might learn to laugh at their own follies. When his topics were harmless, all his touches were marked with pleasantry...upright waves in the scene of the Strollers, and the devils drinking porter on the altar. The manners or costume are more than observed in every one of...
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