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" The virtues which he poflefled as a man, have entitled him to greater admiration and praife, than have been beftowed upon the extenfive genius, and fortunate arts of a more capable, but Iefs amiable rival. "
Annual Register - Page 29
1800
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The history of the reign of the Emperor Charles V.

William Robertson - Europe - 1769
...regarded it as a fort of impiety to uncover his infirmities, or to point out his defects. Thus Francis, notwithftanding his inferior abilities, and want of...genius, and fortunate arts of a more capable, but Iefs amiable rival. BY his death, a confiderable change was made in the ftate of EfFefb of Europe....
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The Monthly Review, Volume 41

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - Bibliography - 1769
...to uncover his iiibrmiues, or to point out his defeats. Thus Francis, notwithfianding his infeiior abilities, and want of fuccefs, hath more than equalled the fame of Charles« > The virtues which he pofftfled as a man, have entitled him to a greater acmiration and praifr, than have been beftowed upon...
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW; OR,LITERARY JOURNAL

SEVERAL HANDS - 1769
...he pofiefled as a man, have entitled him to a greater admiration and praife, than have been beflowed upon the extenfive genius, and fortunate arts of a more capable, but lefs amiable rival.' To this very mafterly portrait of Francis, we will oppofe that of Charles, who, it is well known, refigned...
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An historical miscellany

Historical miscellany - 1774
...regarded it as a fort of impiety to uncover his infirmities, or to point out his defects. Thus Francis, notwithftanding his inferior abilities, and want of...equalled the fame of Charles. The virtues which he poffeffed as a man, have entitled him to to greater admiration and praife, than have been beftowed...
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The history of the reign of the emperor Charles v, Volume 3

William Robertson - 1777
...regarded it as a fort of impiety to uncover his infirmities, or to point out his defects. Thus Francis, notwithftanding his inferior abilities, and want of...Charles. . The virtues which he poflefled as a man, hath entitled him to greater admiration and praife, than have been beftowed upon the extenfive genius,...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.

William Robertson - Europe - 1777
...regarded it as a fort of impiety to uncover his infirmities, or to point out his defects. Thus Francis, notwithftanding his inferior abilities, and want of...equalled the fame of Charles. The virtues which he pofleffed as a man, have entitled him to greater admiration and and praife, than have been beftowed...
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The History of the Reign of Emperor Charles V.: With a View of the ..., Volume 3

William Robertson - History - 1782
...regarded it as a fort of impiety to uncover his infirmities, or to point out his defects. Thus Francis, notwithftanding his inferior abilities, and want of...equalled the fame of Charles. The virtues which he pofiefied as a man, hath entitled him to greater admiration and praife, than have been beftowed upon...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V, Volume 3

William Robertson - 1787
...regarded it as a fort of impiety to uncover his infirmities, or to point out his defects. Thus Francis, notwithftanding his inferior abilities, and want of...fuccefs, hath more than equalled the fame of Charles. The good qualities which he poffefled as a man, have entitled him to greater admiration and praife, than...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.: With a View of ..., Volume 3

William Robertson - Europe - 1787
...regarded it as a fort of impiety to uncover his infirmities, or to point out his defects. Thus Francis, notwithftanding his inferior abilities, and want of...fuccefs, hath more than equalled the fame of Charles. The good qualities which he poflefled as a man, have entitled him to greater admiration and praife, than...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose ..., Volume 2

1797 - 1120 pages
...abilities, and want of luccefs, hatli more than equalled the fame ' The virtues which lie pofi'cffed as a man have entitled him to greater admiration and praife, than have been beflowed upon the extenfive genius and fortunate arts of a more capable, but lefj amiable rival. §...
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