From The MEN:Hadfield-Hyde, of warton Street, Lytham St Annes, claimed she had been ordered to strip off by a guard.
Bo or Boh, says warton, was a fierce Gothic chief, whose name was used to frighten children.
There is not certainly one prefixed to any edition of warton.
In reading his poems one is apt to exclaim with our author, "What woeful stuff this madrigal would be," &c.—warton.
warton says, that this library was at the time the "richest in England."
How much more charitable is Cowper's comment, than the injurious surmise of warton!
Hurd is justly characterised by warton, in his Spenser, vol.
They were above all to avoid nauseous repetition of commonplaces, and what warton excellently calls "hereditary images."
This ingenious scholar has been branded by warton as a mad physician.
warton in 1790 he was offered, but declined, the Laureateship.