BL Harley ; 3: Fortune had now changed. But it is in literary academies that they exert the most extensive and pernicious influence.
But Steele's violence and folly, though they by no means justified the steps which his enemies took, had completely disgusted his friends; nor did he ever regain the place which he had held in the public estimation. The financial embarrassment of his father meant that Macaulay became the sole means of support for his family and needed a more remunerative post than he could hold as an MP.
At length, after many fits of apprehension, the poet yielded to the urgency of his political friends, who hoped that the public would discover some analogy between the followers of Caesar and the Tories, between Sempronius and the apostate Whigs, between Cato, struggling to the last for the liberties of Rome, and the band of patriots who still stood firm around Halifax and Wharton.
In what form this pension was given we are not told by the biographers, and have not time to inquire, But it is certain that Addison did not vacate his seat in the House of Commons. He also wrote on the local laws, music, literature, botany, and geography, and made the first English translations of several important works of Indian literature.
While Anne's Whig Ministry was in power, the visits of Swift to London and the official residence of Addison in Ireland had given them opportunities of knowing each other.
All these attempts failed. The next was opened: Brock, Feminization of Fame, They can praise or censure without reference to the differences which exist between them. The essenced fop wishes to seduce Zoe from me.
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I detest everything connected with him. Austen, Sense and Sensibility, But he has sent me word that he is determined to go on, and that any advice I may give him in this particular will have no weight with him.
Then what, in the name of Juno, is your scheme. Macaulay's nephew, Sir George Trevelyan, Btwrote a best-selling "Life and Letters" of his famous uncle, which is still the best complete life of Macaulay.
It is not safe for you to speak, or for us to listen to, such things, at such a crisis. Men are rarely able to assign a reason for their approbation or dislike on questions of taste; and therefore they willingly submit to any guide who boldly asserts his claim to superior discernment.
About the merits of the piece which had so extraordinary an effect, the public, we suppose, has made up its mind. Thrale of Streatham, — Macaulay had been a great influence in his young days".
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As a satirist he was, at his own weapons, more than Pope's match; and he would have been at no loss for topics. The Whig party, already divided against itself, was rent by a new schism. He laughed all the time, chatted with Valeria over his shoulder, kissed her hand between every two moves, and scarcely looked at the board.
It is melancholy to think that the last months of such a life should have been overclouded both by domestic and by political vexations.
Shiel, in a mocking defence of Macaulay from the sneers of some person who questioned his abilities, thus alluded to this appointment: Pity that such talents should be coupled with such cowardice and coxcombry. The songs, ballads, satires, lampoons, plays, private correspondence of a period, were as familiar to him as the graver records of its annalists.
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