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The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ... - Page 424
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The Works of Mr. Thomas Otway: In Three Volumes, Volume 1

Thomas Otway, Thomas Thornton - 1813 - 62 pages
...this consists the principal difficulty, as well as the excellency of (hat art. This, says my author, is the gift of Jupiter ; and to speak in the same...born to it; for the motions which are studied, are nevec so natural as those which break out in the height of a real passion. Mr. Otway possessed this...
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The Art of Painting:

Charles-Alphonse Dufresnoy - Painters - 1716 - 397 pages
...the Excellency of that Art. This (fays my Author] is the Gift of Jupiter : and to fpeak in the fame Heathen Language, we call it the Gift of our Apollo : not to be obtain'd by Pains or Study, if we are not born to it. For the Motions which are ftudied, are never...
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The Laws of Poetry

Charles Gildon - English poetry - 1721 - 351 pages
...excellency of that art. "This (fays my author ) is the gift of Jupiter ; and to fpeak in the. fame heathen language, -we call it the gift of our Apollo ; not to be obtain d by fains or ftudy, if •we are not bom to it. For the motions, which are fludied, are never...
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The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland, to the Time ..., Volume 2

Robert Shiells - 1753
...art. This (fays my author) is the gift of Jupiter, and to fpeak in the fame Hea* then language, is the gift of our Apollo, not to be obtained by pains or ftudy, if we are not born to it ; for the motions which are ftudied, are never fo natural, as thofe...
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Alcibiades. Don Carlos, prince of Spain. Titus and Berenice, with The cheats ...

Thomas Otway - 1757
...Excellency of that Art. This (fays Du Freft' noy) is the gift of Jupiter ; and, to fpeak in the *' fame heathen Language, we call it the Gift of our " Apollo,...we are not born to it. For the Motions, "which are fludied, are never fo natural as thofe " which break out in the height of a reaI PaiTiou. " Mr. Otway...
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Plays: Viz. The Orphan, and Venice Preserv'd

Thomas Otway - English drama - 1767 - 280 pages
...the excellency of that art. This (fays my author *) is the gift of Jupiter : and to fpeak in the fame heathen language, we call it the gift of our Apollo ; not to he obtained by pains and ftudy, if we are not horn to it. For the notions which are ftudicd, are never...
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The Art of Painting of Charles Alphonse Du Fresnoy

Charles-Alphonse Dufresnoy - Art - 1783 - 213 pages
...excellency of that Art. '* This," fays my Author, " is the gift of Jupiter -" and, to fpeak in the fame Heathen language, We call it the gift of our Apollo, not to be obtained by pains or ftudy, if we are not born to it : For the motions which are ftudied are never fb natural as thofe which...
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The Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knight ... Containing His ..., Volume 3

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Edmond Malone - Art - 1798
...consists the principal difficulty, as well as the excellency of that art. " This," says my .author, " is the gift of Jupiter;" and, to speak in the same...motions which are studied are never so natural as those ivhich break out in the height of a real passion. Mr. Otway possessed this part as thoroughly as any...
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The Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds, Knight ...: Containing His ..., Volume 3

Sir Joshua Reynolds, Edmond Malone - Art - 1801
...consists the principal .difficulty, as well as the excellency of that art. " This,"' says my author, " is the gift of Jupiter ;" and, to speak in the same...obtained by pains or study, if we are not born to it ; far the motions which are studied are never so natural as those which break put in the height of...
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The Works of John Dryden: Now First Collected ...

John Dryden, Walter Scott - English literature - 1808
...this consists the principal difficulty, as well as the excellency of that art. This, says my author, is the gift of Jupiter ; and, to speak in the same...not to be obtained by pains or study, if we are not bom to it ; for the motions which are studied, are never so natural as those which break out in the...
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