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" The editor, or author, never could show the original ; nor can it be shown by any other; to revenge reasonable incredulity, by refusing evidence, is a degree of insolence, with which the world is not yet acquainted ; and stubborn audacity is the last... "
The poems of Ossian, in the orig. Gaelic, with a tr. into Lat. by R ... - Página iii
por Ossian - 1807
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A History of the Highlands and of the Highland Clans, Volumen1

James Browne - 1838 - 447 páginas
...Ossian never existed in any other form than that which we have seen," in Macpherson's translation and " that the editor or author never could show the original, nor can it be shown by any other."* Whether the celebrated Lexicographer, had he lived to witness the publication of the Gaelic manuscripts...
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The Life and Writings of Samuel Johnson...

Samuel Johnson - 1840
...its present form?" For these and such like reasons, Johnson calls the whole an imposture. He adds, "The editor or author never could show the original, nor can it be shown by any other. To revenge reasonable incredulity by refusing evidence, is a degree of insolence with which the world...
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The Scottish Nation: Or The Surnames, Families, Literature ..., Volumen3

William Anderson - 1863
...existed in any other form than that which we have seen," meaning in Macpherson's translation, and " that the editor or author never could show the original, nor can it be shown by any other." Sir James Macintosh, too, in his ' History of England,' expresses himself very strongly against their...
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Notes on The Authenticity of Ossian's Poems

1868
...is already discovered. / believe they never existed in any other form than that which we have seen. The editor, or author, never could show the original, nor can it be shown by any other. To revenge reasonable incredulity by refusing evidence is a degree of insolence with which the world...
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Notes on the Authenticity of Ossian's Poems

Archibald MacNeill - 1868 - 76 páginas
...is already discovered. / believe they never existed in any other form than that which we have seen. The editor, or author, never could show the original, nor can it be shown by any other. To revenge reasonable incredulity by refusing evidence is a degree of insolence with which the world...
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The language and literature of the Scottish Highlands

John Stuart Blackie - 1876 - 331 páginas
...is already discovered. I believe they never existed in any other form than that which we have seen. The editor or author never could show the original, nor can it be shown by any other. To revenge reasonable incredulity by refusing evidence is a degree of insolence with which the world-...
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The language and literature of the Scottish Highlands

1876
...is already discovered. I believe they never existed in any other form than that which we have seen. The editor or author never could show the original, nor can it be shown by any other. To revenge reasonable incredulity by refusing evidence is a degree of insolence with which the world...
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The Scottish Nation: Or, The Surnames, Families, Literature ..., Volumen3

William Anderson - 1867
...existed in any other form than that which we have seen," meaning in Macphersou's translation, and " that the editor or author never could show the original, nor can it he shown hy any other." Sir James Macintosh, too, in his ' History of England,' expresses himself very...
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Johnsoniana: Anecdotes of the Late Samuel Johnson, LL. D.

James Boswell - 1884 - 432 páginas
...present form ? " For these, and such like reasons, Johnson calls the whole an imposture. He adds, " The editor, or author, never could show the original, nor can it be shown by any other. To revenge reasonable incredulity, by refusing evidence, is a degree of insolence with which the world...
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The life of Samuel Johnson ... together with The journal of a tour ..., Volumen6

James Boswell - 1884
...present form ? " For these, and such like reasons, Johnson calls the whole an imposture. He adds, " The editor, or author, never could show the original, nor can it be shown by any other. To revenge reasonable incredulity, by refusing evidence, is a degree of insolence with which the world...
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