Which preposition to use with addison

in Occurrences 27%

I have always applied to good breeding, what Addison in his Cato says of honour: "Honour's a sacred tie; the law of Kings; The noble mind's distinguishing perfection, That aids and strengthens Virtue where it meets her; And imitates her actions where she is not."

for Occurrences 10%

So dined Addison for his last thirty years; so dined Pope, who was coeval with the revolution through his entire life.

to Occurrences 8%

Mr. Thomas Sheridan once defended Addison to me, by alledging that he did it in order to cover Steele's goods from other creditors, who were going to seize them.

with Occurrences 8%

He remained, for some time after his return to England, without any public employment: which he did not obtain till the year 1704, when the Duke of MARLBOROUGH arrived at the highest pitch of glory, by delivering all Europe from slavery; and furnished Mr. ADDISON with a subject worthy of that Genius which appears in his Poem, called The Campaign.

by Occurrences 6%

More often, however, you should follow the plan adopted by Franklin when he emulated Addison by rewriting the Spectator Papers.

on Occurrences 6%

The celebrated essays of Addison on the pleasures of the imagination (Spectator, Nos.

out Occurrences 4%

A letter was produced, when he had perhaps himself forgotten it, in which he tells Concanen, "Dryden, I observe, borrows for want of leisure, and Pope for want of genius; Milton out of pride, and Addison out of modesty.

into Occurrences 4%

They will not be astonished at the "Campaign," but they will regard it with interest as the lever which first lifted Addison into his true place in society and letters.

as Occurrences 3%

must end in this: that STEELE has been so candid and upright, that he owes nothing to Mr. ADDISON as a Writer; but whether he do, or does not, whatever STEELE owes to Mr. ADDISON, the Public owe ADDISON to STEELE!

of Occurrences 3%

May we not think of the two friends together in a College chamber, Addison of slender frame, with features wanting neither in dignity nor in refinement, Steele of robust make, with the radiant 'short face' of the 'Spectator', by right of which he claimed for that worthy his admission to the Ugly Club.

at Occurrences 2%

[Footnote 23: Relating to the impressment of seamen from the United States whale ship Addison at Valparaiso, and imprisonment of William A. Stewart, an American citizen, at Valparaiso on the charge of murder, and on conviction released by Chilean authorities.

without Occurrences 1%

" "And you are sure it was his scheme to bore the holes?" "Yes, he said that would be an amusing way of watching Addison without making a scandal, and I agreed with him; it was the first clever idea I ever knew him to have.

from Occurrences 1%

She was a proud, imperious woman, who, instead of seeking to wean Addison from his convivial habits, (if such habits in any excessive measure were his,) drove him deeper into the slough by her bitter words and haughty carriage.

than Occurrences 1%

Leslie, we think, was more at home with Addison than with Cervantes.

through Occurrences 1%

They were born into one of them andSteele immediately, Addison through Steele's influence upon himthey were trusty guides into the other.

against Occurrences 1%

Brown, Walter, factor, commands Company's troops; serves on the Addison against Kennery; commands the expedition against Gheriah; cowardice and incompetency; plans a night surprise on Gheriah; abandons the attack on Gheriah and Deoghur; his fleet chased by the pirates; orders the Phram to be burned; sent in search of pirates; chases the Cassandra and Victory; sent to Anjengo to accommodate matters.

Which preposition to use with  addison