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" The Northern Highlanders do not admire Waverley, so I presume the South Highlanders despise Guy Mannering. The Westmoreland peasants think Wordsworth a fool. In Borrowdale, Southey is not known to exist. I met ten men at Hawick who did not think Hogg... "
The Quarterly Review - Side 224
1863
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumer 113-114

1863
...situations of deep passion. Ossian waa probably born in a flat country. . ' ScJtt has written good lines in the " Lord of the Isles," but he has not done justice...Waverley," so I presume the South Highlanders despise " Guy Munnering." The Westmoreland peasants think Wordsworth a god. In Borrowdale, Southey is not known to...
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The Living Age ..., Volum 76

1863
...situations of deep passion. Ossian was probably born in a flat country. " Scott has written good lines in the ' Lord of the Isles,' but he has not done justice to the Sound of Mull, -which ua glorious strait. "The Northern Highlanders do not admire ' Waverley,' so I presume the South Highlanders...
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Willis's Current Notes: A Series of Articles on Antiquities, Biography ...

George Willis - 1853
...probably born in a flat country ! " Scott has written good lines in the ' Lord of the Isles,' but lie has not done justice to the Sound of Mull, which is a glorious streight. "The Northern Highlanders do not admire ' Waver— ley,' so I presume the South Highlanders...
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Willis's Current Notes: A Series of Articles on Antiquities, Biography ...

George Willis - 1855
...probably born in a flat country ! " Scott has written good lines in the ' Lord" of the Isles,' hut he has not done justice to the Sound of Mull, which is a glorious strcight. "The Northern Highlanders do not admire ' Waverley,' so I presume the South Highlanders despise...
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Christopher North: A Memoir of John Wilson, Late Professor of Moral ..., Volum 1

Mary Wilson Gordon - 1862
...situations of deep passion. Ossian was probably born in a flat country I 1 " Scott has written good lines in the ' Lord of the Isles,' but he has not done justice...glorious strait. " The Northern Highlanders do not admire Waverlcy, so I presume the South Highlanders despise Ouy Mannering. The Westmoreland peasants think...
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Christopher North: A Memoir of John Wilson, Late Professor of Moral ..., Volum 1

Mary Wilson Gordon - 1862 - 499 sider
...presume the South Highlanders despise Guy Mannering. The Westmoreland peasants think Wordsworth a fool. In Borrowdale, Southey is not known to exist. I met ten men at Hawick who did not think Hogg a poet, and the whole City of Glasgow think me a madman. So much for...
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The Living Age ..., Volum 76

1863
...situations of deep passion. Ossian was probably born in a flat country. " Scott has written good lines in the ' Lord of the Isles,' but he has not done justice...The Westmoreland peasants think Wordsworth a god. In Borrowdalc, Southey is not known to exist. I met ten men in llawick who did not think Hogg a poet ;...
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'Christopher North,': A Memoir of John Wilson, Late Professor of Moral ...

1863 - 484 sider
...situations of deep passion. Ossian was probably born in a flat country !§ " Scott has written good lines in the ' Lord of the Isles,' but he has not done justice...Waverley, so I presume the South Highlanders despise Guy Manneriny. The Westmoreland peasants think Wrordsworth a fool. In Borrowelale, Southey is not known...
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The British American Magazine, Volum 1

1863
...situations of deep passion. Ossian was probably born in a flat country. ' Scott has written good lines in the "Lord of the Isles," but he has not done justice...Highlanders do not admire " Waverley," so I presume th< South Highlanders despise " Guy Mannering." The Westmoreland peasant* think Wordsworth a god. In...
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The Quarterly review VOL.113 January&April,1863

The Quarterly review VOL.113 January&April,1863 - 1863
...latter part of the battle be very fine indeed, this poem will injure him. ' Scott has written good lines in the " Lord of the Isles," but he has not done justice...the Sound of Mull, which is a glorious strait. ' The Highlanders are not a poetical people ; they are too national, too proud of their history. They imagine...
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