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" ... wandered, but that it was not wholly lost: and if we consider for a moment the terrible trial he had to endure, disposed as he constitutionally was to melancholy, we shall see greater cause than ever to admire the original strength of his intellect,... "
Lives of the Italian poets - Page 112
by Henry Stebbing - 1831
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volume 5

Wandering Jew - 1831
...not wholly lost : and if we consider for a moment the terrible trial he had to endure, disposed ╗ he constitutionally was to melancholy, we shall see...loathsome chamber, and allowed, for a brief period, ti> enjoy the free air of the country, he was still treated with rigorous austerity, and the hope that...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volume 5

Wandering Jew - 1831
...constitutionally was to melancholy, we shall sec greater cause than ever to admire the original strength of liis intellect, all the powers of which were, no doubt,...brief period, to enjoy the free air of the country, he waź still treated with rigorous austerity, and the hope that solaced him one day only served to deepen...
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The Edinburgh literary journal; or, Weekly register of criticism and belles ...

History - 1831
...disposed as he constitutionally was to melancholy, we sliall see eveater cause than ever to admiro the original strength of his intellect, all the powers...had been now for seven years a captive, and during th.- best part of the time, had been confined in a small anil unhealthy cell. Though latterly removed...
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The Edinburgh Literary Journal: Or, Weekly Register of Criticism ..., Volume 5

1831
...admire the original strength of liis intellect, all the powers of which were, no doubt, in. s^inctively and constantly combating with the terrors which assailed...being of his spirit. " He had been now for seven years acaptive, and during the brat part of the time, had been confined in a small and unhealthy cell. Though...
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