I have known a Quarterly
Review non-plussed by the word "Fudge
I fancy it was well for me at this period to have got at the four great English reviews, the Edinburgh, the Westminster, the London Quarterly
, and the North British, which I read regularly, as well as Blackwood's Magazine.
But one cannot forget also that Lamb was early an enthusiastic admirer of Wordsworth: of Wordsworth, the first characteristic power of the nineteenth century, his essay on whom, in the Quarterly
He had a cent in his pocket for the Sunday School collection, and a five-cent piece for the church collection; he carried his Bible in one hand and his Sunday School quarterly
in the other; he knew his lesson and his Golden Text and his catechism question perfectly.
It was at this time that he wrote letters of inquiry to the several great monthly and quarterly
reviews, and learned in reply that they rarely considered unsolicited articles, and that most of their contents were written upon order by well-known specialists who were authorities in their various fields.
The marriages had taken place in the first week of May, and it was not till three months later that the minister, as required by law, made his quarterly
report to the civil authorities in Dublin.
A favorite amusement with Bixiou was to measure them quarterly
It was at this time that the quarterly
dividend of the Sierra Mills was paid--or, rather, should have been paid, for father did not receive his.
Her method of teaching was to ask the printed questions from the quarterly
and look sternly over its edge at the particular little girl she thought ought to answer the question.
He wrote an article which attracted attention in a quarterly
Just as long as their friends make the quarterly
payments to my agent in town, or until such time as they run away,' replied Squeers.
Even during this its greatest period, however, Romanticism had for a time a hard battle to fight, and a chief literary fact of the period was the founding and continued success of the first two important English literary and political quarterlies, 'The Edinburgh Review' and 'The Quarterly
Review,' which in general stood in literature for the conservative eighteenth century tradition and violently attacked all, or almost all, the Romantic poets.