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" Mr Selden was a person whom no character can flatter, or transmit in any expressions equal to his merit and virtue. He was of so stupendous learning in all kinds, and in all languages (as may appear in his excellent and transcendent writings), that a... "
Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge - Page 206
1841
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Characters of Eminent Men in the Reigns of Charles I and II: Including the ...

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - Great Britain - 1793 - 201 pages
...ascribe much of this, to the example and learning of Ben Jonson. Life I. 30. JOHN SELDEN DIED MDCLIV. HE was a person whom no character can flatter, or transmit...in any expressions equal to his merit and virtue, he was of so stupendous a learning in all kinds, and in all languages (as may appear in his excellent...
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Annual Register, Volume 2

Columbia University. School of Library Economy - History - 1802
...palsy made a deep impression upon his body, and his mind. ' The character of Mr. Seiden. MR. Seiden was a person, whom no character can flatter or transmit...in any expressions, equal to his merit and virtue. He was of so stupendous learning in all kinds, and in all languages (as may appear in his excellent...
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Catalogue of Standard English Authors: Also a Collection of Books Relating ...

Dawson, William, & Sons, of London - 1809
...et Indices adjecit David Wilkins, 6 vols. folio, fine clean copy in vellum, £4. 4s. 1726 " Solden was a person whom no character can flatter or transmit in any expression et^uul to his merit and virtue." — Lord Clarendon. 4998 SELDEN'S (J.) Table Talk, new...
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The lives of J. Selden ... and abp. Usher

John Aikin - 1812
...degree of respect and admiration. It would be an injury to both not to transcribe the passage. " He was a person whom no character can flatter, or transmit...in any expressions equal to his merit and virtue. He was of so stupendous a learning in all kinds and in all languages (as may appear in his excellent...
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The general biographical dictionary. Revised by A. Chalmers

New and general biographical dictionary - 1816
...Clarendon, who thus describes him in all parts of his character : " Mr. Selden was a person," says he, " whom no character can flatter, or transmit in any expressions equal to his merit and virtue. He was of such stupendous learning in all kinds and in all languages, as may appear from his excellent...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volume 27

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1816
...Clarendon, who thus describes him in all parts of his character: "Mr. Selden was a person," sayi he, " whom no character can flatter, or transmit in any expressions equal to his merit and virtue. He was of such stupendous learning in all kinds and in all languages, as may appear from his excellent...
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The General biographical dictionary: containing an historical and critical ...

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1816
...Clarendon, who thus describes him in all parts of his character : " Mr. Selden was a person," say« he, " whom no character can flatter, or transmit in any expressions equal to his merit and virtue. He was of such stupendous learning in all kinds and in all languages, as may appear from his excellent...
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The British Plutarch: containing the lives of the most eminent ..., Volume 3

Francis Wrangham - Biography & Autobiography - 1816
...Europe;* but the noblest testimony to his abilities is borne by his Mend the Earl of Clarendon : " Mr. Selden was a person whom no character can flatter, or transmit in any expressions even equal to his merit and virtue. He was of so stupendous learning in all kinds and in all languages,...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volume 27

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1816
...describes him in all parts of his character : " Mr. Sclden was a person," says he, " whom no characier can flatter, or transmit in any expressions equal to his merit and urtue. He was of such stupendous learning in all kinds and in all languages, as may appear from his...
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The civil war

William Godwin - Great Britain - 1824
...description given of him by Clarendon is such, that it would be in vain to attempt any thing more complete. " Mr. Selden was a person, whom no character can flatter,...in any expressions equal to his merit and virtue. He was of so stupendous learning in all kinds and in all languages, that a man would have thought he...
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