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Samuel Squire, bishop of St. David's died; a poetical, historical and antiquarian writer of note.
I may as well say it here: with my poetical productions I was never satisfied any more than with my attempts at drawing.
That is a very lofty, poetical, and gratifying conception, but it is open to one fatal objection—it is not true.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Small parties called together for dramatic or poetical readings, are now fashionable, and very delightful.
The other one, Mr. Devenish—Claude—(she looks up and down as before) he's rather, rather poetical.
FIRST PLAYSA. A. MILNE
His poetical gifts were already the admiration not only of his comrades, but of the outer world.
William Cobbett, an English poetical and miscellaneous writer, died.
In either of these senses, the passage is poetical; but there is nothing like poetry in "our dead blacks."
But surely the phrase, "nothing she does or seems," is far more poetical and elegant than the other.
They fall in love with each other; and here I think you have the material for a wonderfully poetical picture.

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