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" ... the strength and sweetness of his voice, procured him some reputation as a speaker '. He was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked ; yet so vain and ambitious, as to expect, from the overthrow of the government, to be the first man in the Republic... "
The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero - Seite 181
von Conyers Middleton - 1741
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The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero: In Three Volumes, Band 1

Conyers Middleton - 1767
...action, the flrength and fweetnels of his voice, procured him fome reputation as a fpeak*"" er [/>]. He was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked; yet...which fancy he was ftrongly flattered by fome crafty Southfayers, who aflured him from the Sibylline bocks, that there were three Cornelius's deftined to...
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The History of the Life of M. Tullius Cicero, Band 1

Conyers Middleton - 1790 - 398 Seiten
...council". His parts were but moderate, or rather flow; yet the comelinefs of his perfon, the gracefulnefs and propriety of his action , the ftrength and fweetnefs...profligately wicked; yet fo vain and ambitious, as to expect.from the pverthrow of the government, to be the firft in the republic; in which fancy he was...
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The Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Band 1

Conyers Middleton - 1804
...procured him some reputation as a speaker^. He was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked ; yet so vain and ambitious, as to expect, from the overthrow of the government, to be the first man in the Republic : in which fancy he was strongly flattered by some crafty soothsayers, who...
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the roman history from the building of rome to the ruin of the commonwealth

n. hooke - 1806
...reputation as a speaker. He was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked; yet so vain and amhitious, as to expect, from the overthrow of the government, to be the first man in the Republic; in .which fancy he was strongly flattered by some crafty soothsayers, who...
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Orationes quaedam selectae: notis illustratae

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1811 - 341 Seiten
...— The character given of Lentulus is, thst be was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked, yet so vain and ambitious, as to expect from the overthrow of the government to be Hie first man in the republkk. - minus aptum : consilio autem neque lingua, neque manus deerat ; jam...
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Orationes quaedam selectae: notis illustratae

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1820 - 341 Seiten
...— The character given of Lentulus is-, that he was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked, )et so vain and' ambitious, as to expect from the overthrow of the government to be the first man in the republich. 6. Ilk— Catiline. facinus aptum : consilio autem neque lingua, neque...
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The Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth ...

Nathaniel Hooke - 1830
...procured him some reputation as a speaker. He was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked ; yet so vain and ambitious, as to expect, from the overthrow of the government, to be the first man in the republic ; in which fancy he was strongly flattered by some crafty soothsayers, who...
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The Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth ...

Nathaniel Hooke - 1830
...procured him some reputation as a speaker. He was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked ; yet so vain and ambitious, as to expect, from the overthrow of the government, to be the first man in the republic ; in which fancy he was strongly flattered by some crafty soothsayers, who...
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The Life of M. Tullius Cicero

Conyers Middleton - 1837 - 739 Seiten
...procured him some reputation as a speaker '. He was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked ; yet so vain and ambitious, as to expect, from the overthrow of the government, to be the first man in the Republic : in which fancy he was strongly flattered by some crafty soothsayers, who...
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Orationes quaedam selectae, notis illustratae: In usum Academiae Exoniensis

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1843 - 278 Seiten
...procured him some reputation as a speaker. He was lazy, luxurious, and profligately wicked ; yet so vain and ambitious, as to expect, from the overthrow of the government, to be the first man in the republic ; in which fancy he was strongly flattered by some crafty soothsayers, who...
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