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" Lully to look like himself again in the world. I never see these impostors, but I long to strip them, to warm my ragged veterans in their spoils. To be strong-backed and neat-bound is the desideratum of a volume. Magnificence comes after. "
The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art - Página 81
editado por - 1822
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The London Magazine, Volumen6

1822
...enable old Raymund Lully — I have them both, reader — to look like himself again in the world. I never see these impostors, but I long to strip them, to warm my ragged veterans in their spoils. 1822-3 To be strong-backed and neatbound is the desideratum of a volume. Magnificence comes after....
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Essays of Elia

Charles Lamb - 1835 - 412 páginas
...renovate Paracelsus himself, and enable old Baymund Lully to look like himself again in the world. I never see these impostors, but I long to strip them,...The dishabille, or half-binding (with Russia backs even) is our costume. A Shakespeare, or a Milton (unless the first editions), it were mere foppery...
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The Republic of Letters: A Weekly Republication of Standard Literature, Volumen3

1835
...enable old Raymond Lully — I have them both reader — to look like himself again in the world. I never see these impostors, but I long to strip them,...volume. Magnificence comes after. This, when it can be aflorded, is not to be lavished upon all kmds of books indiscriminately. I Would not dress a set of...
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The Republic of Letters: A Weekly Republication of Standard Literature, Volumen3

1835
...enable old Raymond Lully — I have them both reader — to look like himself again in the world. I never see these impostors, but I long to strip them,...in their spoils. To be strong-backed and neat-bound 11 the desideratum of a volume. Magnificence comes after. This, when it can be afforded, is not to...
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The essays of Elia

Charles Lamb - 1840
...renovate Paracelsus himself, and enable old Itaymund Lully to look like himself again in the world. I never see these impostors, but I long to strip them,...volume. Magnificence comes after. This, when it can be aiforded, is not to be lavished upon all kinds of books indiscriminately. I would not dress a set of...
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Notes on Pondicherry; or, The French in India. To which is added A sketch of ...

Pondicherry - 1845
...on almost every art, and on every science. Charles Lamb says, " To be strong backed and neat bound is the desideratum of a volume. Magnificence comes...lavished upon all kinds of books indiscriminately." This library seems to have been got up according to the taste of the clever but quaint author of "...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volumen31

1848
...renovate PARACELSUS himself, and enable old RAYMOND LULLY to look like himself again in the world. I never see these impostors, but I long to strip them to warm my ragged veterans in their spoils. ' How beautiful to a genuine lover of reading are the sullied leaves and worn-out appearance, nay,...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volumen31

1848
...gilt labelling in their ' getting-up' of a book. Charles Lamb said, (and none knew better,) that ' to be strongbacked and neat-bound is the desideratum of a volume ; magnificence comes after.' Now-a-days publishers make them neat-backed and weak-bound, and the magnificence appears to be the...
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The Works of Charles Lamb, Volumen1

Charles Lamb, Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - 1851
...renovate Paracelsus himself, and enable old Raymund Lully to look like himself again in the world. I never see these impostors, but I long to strip them...of a volume. Magnificence comes after. This, when il can be afforded, is not to be lavished upon all kinds of books indiscriminately. I would not dress...
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The Works of Charles Lamb: With a Sketch of His Life and Final ..., Volumen2

Charles Lamb, Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd - 1855
...Paracelsus himself, and enable o\<\ Tila.ywv\.\YA Lully to look like himself again in the world. I never see these impostors, but I long to strip them...Magnificence comes after. This, when it can be afforded, ia not to be lavished upon all kinds of books indiscriminately. I would not dress a set of magazines,...
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