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" ... so vigorous, that detail itself becomes interesting. He introduces every question with perspicuity, states it with precision, and pursues it with easy unaffected method. Sometimes, perhaps, he may amuse his readers with excursions into paradox ; but... "
The Georgian Era: Military and naval commanders. Judges and barristers ... - 335 페이지
저자: ---- Clarke - 1833
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A Sequel to the Printed Paper Lately Circulated in Warwickshire by the Rev ...

Samuel Parr - 1792 - 181 페이지
...by flights into romance. His philofophy is far morejuft, and far more .amiable than the philofophy of Paine, and his eloquence is only not equal to the eloquence of Mr. Burke. He is argumentative without fophiftry, fervid without fury, profound without obfcurity,...
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A Comparative Display of the Different Opinions of the Most ..., 2권

1811
...Thefe lines were written in 168°, and arc worth remembering in 1792. Dr. Parr, than the philofophy of Paine, and his eloquence is only not equal to the eloquence of Mr. Burke. He is argumentative without fophiftry, fervid without fury, profound without obfcurity,...
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The Monthly Review

1826
...amuse his readers by excursions into paradox ; but he never bewilders them by flights into romance. His philosophy is far more just, and far more amiable,...his eloquence is only not equal to the eloquence of Mr. Burke. He is argumentative without sophistry, fervid without fury, and sublime without extravagance.'...
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The Classical Journal, 35권

1827
...amuse his readers by excursions into paradox ; but he never bewilders them by flights into romance. His philosophy is far more just and far more amiable...his eloquence is only not equal to the eloquence of Mr. Burke. He is argumentative without sophistry, fervid without fury, and sublime without extravagance.—Sequel...
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Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Opinions of the Rev. Samuel Parr, LL ..., 1권

William Field - 1828 - 483 페이지
...amuse his readers with excursions into paradox; but he never bewilders them by flights into romance. His philosophy is far more" just, and far more amiable...without obscurity, and sublime without extravagance." 1 The reader is aware that this narrative, in its progress, has reached to the astonishing and eventful...
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Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Opinions of the Rev. Samuel Parr, LL ..., 1권

William Field - 1828 - 483 페이지
...amuse his readers with excursions into paradox ; but he never bewilders them by flights into romance. His philosophy is far more just, and far more amiable...without obscurity, and sublime without extravagance."' The reader is aware that this narrative, in its progress, has reached to the astonishing and eventful...
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The Works of Samuel Parr, ...: With Memoirs of His Life and Writings, and a ...

Samuel Parr, John Johnstone - 1828
...may amuse his readers by excursions into paradox, but never bewilders them by flights into romance. His philosophy is far more just, and far more amiable...his eloquence is only not equal to the eloquence of Mr. Burke. He is argumentative without sophistry, fervid without fury, profound without obscurity,...
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The works of Samuel Parr, with memoirs of his life and writings by J ..., 3권

Samuel Parr - 1828
...more amiable than the philosophy of Paine, and his eloquence is only not equal to the eloquence of Mr. Burke. He is argumentative without sophistry, fervid...without obscurity, and sublime without extravagance. My friend, I am sure, does not suspect me of wishing for the return of " that priestly craft, and priestly...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Samuel Parr, LL.D.

John Johnstone - 1829 - 850 페이지
...may amuse his readers by excursions into paradox, but never bewilders them by flights into romance. His philosophy is far more just, and far more amiable...his eloquence is only not equal to the eloquence of Mr. Burke. He is argumentative without sophistry, fervid without fury, profound without obscurity,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., 102권,파트 2

Edward Cave, John Nichols - 1832
...into romance. His philosophy is far more just, and far more amiable, than the philosophy of Paine,and his eloquence is only 'not equal to the eloquence...without obscurity, and sublime without extravagance." The Vindicite Gallics, however, bad not been very long published, before Mr. Mackintosh was accidentally...
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