Dictionary of National Biography, Band 28

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Leslie Stephen
Macmillan, 1891
 

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Seite 244 - Well, I call this an excellent good book, by far the best of the autobiographic kind I remember to have read in the English language ; and indeed, except it be Boswell's of Johnson, I do not know where we have such a picture drawn of a human life, as in these three volumes. " A pious, ingenious, altogether human and worthy book; imaging, with graceful honesty and free felicity, many interesting objects and persons on your life-path, and imaging throughout, what is best of all, a gifted, gentle, patient,...
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Seite 335 - I speak knowingly,) at that time, the king's resolution was to shelter himself wholly under the law ; to grant any thing, that by the law he was obliged to grant ; and to deny what by the law was in his own power, and which he found inconvenient to consent to...
Seite 201 - To break my windows if I treat a friend. Warton has recorded that this actually happened when Lords Bathurst and Bolingbroke were one day dining with Pope at Twickenham. 1. 150. Turenne. See Essay on Man...
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Seite 200 - Hume been to the law of Scotland, neither wandering into fanciful and abstruse disquisitions, which are the more proper subject of the antiquary, nor satisfied with presenting to his pupils a dry and undigested detail of the laws in their present state, but combining the past state of our legal enactments with the present, and tracing clearly and judiciously the changes which took place, and the causes which led to them.

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