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" ... occasion into enlarged public affections. The very same tender, benevolent, feeling, liberal mind, which, in the internal relations of life, conciliated the genuine love of those who see men as they are, rendered him an inflexible patriot. He was... "
A Tour Through the Northern Counties of England, and the Borders of Scotland - Página 224
por Richard Warner - 1802
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1803 - 572 páginas
...freedom, not because he was haughty and intractable, but because he was beneficent and humane. " He dred at a fortunate time, before he could feel, by a decisive...only, and cannot be assured of any external support. " A sober, unaffected, unassuming piety, the basis of all ffue morality, gave truth and permanence...
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The Beauties of England and Wales: Or, Delineations ..., Volumen23

John Britton, John Hodgson - 1812 - 1036 páginas
...are, rendered him an inflexible patriot. He was devoted to the cause of freedom, not because be was haughty and intractable, but because he was beneficent...virtues. " He died at a fortunate time, before he conld feel, by a decisive proof, that virtue, like his, must be nourished from its own substance only,...
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Supplement to the Rural Sports

William Barker Daniel - 1813 - 568 páginas
...Occasion, into enlarged public Affections. He was devoted to the Cause of FREEDOM, not because he was haughty and intractable, but because he was beneficent...all true Morality, gave Truth and Permanence to his WORTH. He died at a fortunate Time, before he could feel, by a decisive Proof, that VIRTUE, like his,...
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Yorkshire; or, Original delineations ... of that county

John Bigland - 1815 - 1038 páginas
...was devoted to the cause of freedom, not because be was haughty and intractable, but because he vas beneficent and humane. •• A sober, unaffected,...piety, the basis of all true morality, gave truth and periaauetute to his virtues. « H* •• He died at a fortunate time, before he coirid feel, by a...
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Memoirs of the Marquis of Rockingham and His Contemporaries: With ..., Volumen2

George Thomas Earl of Albemarle - 1852 - 700 páginas
...because he was beneficent and humane. A sober, unaffected, unpresuming piety, the basis of all sure morality, gave truth and permanence to his virtues....Let his successors, who daily behold this monument, \ 488 CHARACTER OF LORD ROCKINGHAM. [1782. consider that it was not built to entertain the eye, but...
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Memoirs of the Marquis of Rockingham and His Contemporaries: With ..., Volumen2

George Thomas Earl of Albemarle - 1852 - 508 páginas
...because he was beneficent and humane. A sober, unaffected, unpresuming piety, the basis of all sure morality, gave truth and permanence to his virtues. He died at a fortunate time, before he eould feel, by a decisive proof, that virtue like his must be nourished from its own substance only,...
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Memoirs of the Marquis of Rockingham and His Contemporaries: With ..., Volumen2

George Thomas Earl of Albemarle - 1852 - 504 páginas
...are, rendered him an inflexible patriot. He was devoted to the cause of freedom, not because he was haughty and intractable, but because he was beneficent and humane. A sober, unaffected, unpresuming piety, the basis of all sure morality, gave truth and permanence to his virtues. He died...
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