Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Edinburgh Review” in chapter 13 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:

...ctually resist. Allen, who is a kind of secretary to Lord Holland, and has lived in his family many years, is a different man. He has a great deal of talent, and has written much and well, in the Edinburgh Review ; he has strong feelings and great independence of character, which make him sometimes oppose and answer Lady Holland in a curious manner. He has many prejudices, most of them subdued with difficult...
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