Review of Edward Irving's The Orations and the Arguments For Judgment To Come

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Review of Edward Irving's The Orations and the Arguments For Judgment To Come

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"Tell me - did you write the critic [critique] on his [Edward Irving"s] book, which appeared in the Sunday Times - I had not read two sentences of it till I said to myself ""this is He"" do not forget to tell me - I shall be disappointed if I find I have mistaken your style -"

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Taken from letter from JBW to Thomas Carlyle dated 19 August 1823 written at ""Hell"" (I am unable to find what this is short for). Pages 415 - 418 in this edition. Estimated date range based on day of this letter (Tuesday 19th) and the previous Sunday).

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Review of Edward Irving's The Orations and the Arguments For Judgment To Come

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"Tell me - did you write the critic [critique] on his [Edward Irving"s] book, which appeared in the Sunday Times - I had not read two sentences of it till I said to myself ""this is He"" do not forget to tell me - I shall be disappointed if I find I have mistaken your style -"

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Taken from letter from JBW to Thomas Carlyle dated 19 August 1823 written at ""Hell"" (I am unable to find what this is short for). Pages 415 - 418 in this edition. Estimated date range based on day of this letter (Tuesday 19th) and the previous Sunday).

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