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Memoirs of Frederick and Margaret Klopstock

 By Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, Margareta Klopstock, Jakob Mummssen, Elizabeth Smith


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By Friedrich Gottlieb
Klopstock, Margareta
Klopstock, Jakob
Mummssen, Elizabeth
Compiled by Elizabeth
Published 1809
Printed by R. Cruttwell
236 pages
Original from the University of Michigan
Digitized Mar 2, 2005
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by Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, Margareta Klopstock, Elizabeth Smith - 1808 - 236 pages
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Soroe - Page 157
YouR thoughtlessness could not have played me a worse trick than to send to Soroe the letter in which I hoped for cerlain information respe&ing your ...
Hamburg - Page 46
Hutwalker, a senator of Hamburg. The author, who was very intimate with Klopstock and his writings, has tried to trace the different stages of the ...
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Copenhagen - Page 21
After his first meeting with this lady, Klopstock continued his, journey to Copenhagen, where he lived in the enjoyment of tranquillity and leisure, ...
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Hanover - Page 69
and that he had already, as became so worthy a man, taken some trouble in Hanover to promote my fortune by procuring me an employment. ...
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Berlin - Page 26
printed at Berlin in the year 1805, are the following remarks on the chara&er and the poetical talents of Klopstock. ...
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Canterbury - Page 95
I. must think it is another Young; how could the King make him only bishop, and Bishop of Bristol, while the place of Canterbury is vacant! ...
Vienna - Page 50
Hungary to Vienna, or to have their estates forfeited to the conqueror. May GOD have mercy on us in this part of the world; and may you, and all that ...
Paris - Page 20
Paris, where he resided as Danish Ambassador, and he immediately resolved to take the author under his patronage. By Count Bernstorff Klopstock was ...
more pages: 42
Magdeburg - Page 194
by the universal esteem with which he Was regarded at Magdeburg, where he was the head of a schoolwhich his diligence soon increased from the number ...
London - Page 19
go away at eight thi, evening, when we heard that my Father's attorney was come from London, that the money was provided, and the execution stopped. ...
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Edinburgh - Page 199
The dear woman stayed only a &w minutes, and is gone to Edinburgh, where she will see our belpved K.--. I nave blotted niy paper, but you swill excuse ...
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Rome - Page 59
youth I never could hear the name of Tasso without reverence; and to see Michael Angelo's pi&ure of the Last Judgment, I would travel alone to Rome. ...
Portsmouth - Page 51
Portsmouth. May you live in happiness, and enjoy all the blessings derived £rom religious principles and good intentions.—The last winter has deprived ...
Brunswick - Page 20
friends at Brunswick; and at Hamburg he first saw ¿ It appears however that his friends thought him idle; for in a letter to Cramer, dated May 6, ...
Zurich - Page 62
Gartner probably will not pass by Zurich to Geneva. He is separated from the Count, with whom¿be was to have travelled. He is a liberal-minded man, ...
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Lisbon - Page 125
me in the ruins of Lisbon? For hadst thou died, thou hadst been here.—¿- ¿—Hear then my. story, for thou knowest it not. Ye found not my body; ...
Warrington - Page 10
5Account of the death of Liewellyn, from Warrington'¿. History of Wales, page 509. “tewellyn proceeded to the cantrew of Builit, near tb. ...
Plymouth - Page 157
she had from the first considered as inevitable. On the 9th ofJuly, Capt S—.- and his youngest son ¿entsosne hourawith mcin their way to Plymouth,.
Pinan - Page 77
¿wered Pinan, ‘‘tis the land of departed spirits. I see the dim forms of our fathers, sailing in their grey robes of mist across the mountains. ...
Flushing - Page 188
to Flushing in Cornwall; unless she should'be yen much better than I own 1 expea, and in that l¿sé I would recommend your going to the Madèbu ¿ ...