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" To be sure his success has not been equal to his merit, which yet, perhaps, is in some measure owing to himself; for that very impetuosity of spirit, which, under proper government, renders him the agreeable creature lie is, has, in some circumstances... "
A General History of the County of Norfolk: Intended to Convey All the ... - Page 451
edited by - 1829
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 53

Early English newspapers - 1783
...merit, which yet, perhaps, is in fome meafure owing to himfelf; for that very impetuofity of fpirit which, under proper government, renders, him the agreeable creature he is, has, in fome circumftances of life, got the better of him, and hurt his views." .Au.libilhop HiRiiNO. • "...
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Elegant Epistles: Or, A Copious Collection of Familiar and Amusing Letters,

Vicesimus Knox, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Pliny (the Younger.), William Melmoth - English letters - 1790 - 798 pages
...repent > our fon 's admiffion into Bene't college, where I wiih him every poflible fuccefs. Tom Pyle§ is a learned and worthy, as well as a lively and entertaining man. To be fare, his fuccefs has not been equal to hi» merit, which yet, perhaps, is in fome meafure owing to...
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A new and general biographical dictionary: containing an historical and ...

William Tooke, William Beloe, Robert Nares - Biography - 1798
...of both thofe eminent men. The following teftimonials may be recorded to his honour [p] : " Tom Pyle is a learned and worthy, as well as a lively and entertaining man. To be fure, his fuccefs has not been equal to his merit, which yet, perhaps, is in fome meafure owing to...
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The history of Lynn. To which is prefixed a copious account of Marshland ...

William Richards - 1812
...in Abp. Herring's Correspondence with Mr. Duncorabe seems to be decisive on this point. " Tom Pyle is a learned and worthy, as well as a lively and entertaining...proper government, renders him the agreeable creature lie is, has, in some circumstances of life, got the better of him, and hurt his views. " * From whatever...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volume 25

Alexander Chalmers - Biography - 1816
...obscurity. This, according to a passage in one of archbishop Herring's letters to Mr. Duncomh, was, " in some measure, owing to himself ; for that very...life, got the better of him, and hurt his views." This probably alludes to his being heterodox with respect to the Trinity, which was common with most...
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General Biography: Or, Lives, Critical and Historical, of the Most ..., Volume 8

John Aikin, William Enfield, Mr. Nicholson, Thomas Morgan, William Johnston - Biography - 1813
...himself. In his " Letters to William Duncorrbe, Esq.,"p.8c., Archbishop Herring says of him, " Tom Pyle is a learned and •worthy, as well as a lively and...life, got the better of him, and hurt his views." What Mr. Pyle esteemed one principal advantage and happiness of his life was, that he lived not only...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 10

Religion - 1815
...Archbishop Herring's Correspondence with Mr. Duncombe seems to be decisive on this point. " Tom Pyle is a learned and worthy, as well as a lively and entertaining wan. To be sure his succew toa* not been equal to hU merit, which yet, perhaps, is in gome measure...
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The Monthly repository (and review).

1815
...Archbishop Herring's Correspondence with Mr. Duncombe seems to be decisive on this point " Tom Pyle is a learned and worthy, as well as a lively and entertaining шаг». То be sure his sueсек hu not been '•••;Л to bis merit, «•Inch yet, perhaps,...
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Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Comprizing ..., Volume 9

John Nichols, Samuel Bentley - Authors, English - 1815
...to his merit, which yet, perhaps, is in some measure owing to himself; for that very Wnn petuosity of spirit which, under proper government, renders him the agreeable creature he ig, has, in some circumstances of life, got the better of him, and hurt his views." The friendship...
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Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Comprizing ..., Volume 9

John Nichols, Samuel Bentley - Authors, English - 1815
...in Abp. Herring's Correspondence with Mr. Duncombe seems to be decisive on this point : " Tom Pyle is a learned and worthy, as well as a lively and entertaining...not been equal to his merit, which yet, perhaps, is iu some measure owing to himself; for that very impetuosity of spirit which, under proper government,...
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