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'The Wordsworth Society' was founded at Grasmere on the 29th September 1880.
The original idea, which sprang up amongst a few friends in 1879, was to form a small and semiprivate Club, consisting of one or two families, who wished to become more familiar with 'the English Lake District as I
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Published 1889 by Macmillan & Co.
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William Angus Knight was a British writer, educated at the University of Edinburgh. From 1876 to 1902 he was professor of moral philosophy in the University of St. Andrews. In the field of philosophy his work, editorial and other, includes his collection of Philosophical Classics for English Readers (15 volumes, 1880–90), some of which he wrote. Although he wrote numerous publications, he is proba ...more
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