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Miscellaneous works of the Right Honourable Henry Grattan - Page 9
by Henry Grattan - 1822 - 388 pages
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Sheldon's Advanced Language Lessons: Grammar and Composition

English language - 1895 - 376 pages
...sentence are separated by a semicolon, if either member contains elements separated by commas ; thus, — Without dividing, he destroyed party; without corrupting, he made a venal age unanimous. His best impulses become a snare to him ; and he is led astray because he is social, sympathetic, and...
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Rising in the World: Or, Architects of Fate; a Book Designed to Inspire ...

Orison Swett Marden - Success - 1897 - 478 pages
...superiority. No state chicanery, no narrow system of vicious politics, sunk him to the level of the vulgar great ; but, overbearing, persuasive, and impracticable, his object was England ; his ambition, fame. A character so exalted, so unsullied, so various, so authoritative, astonished a corrupt age,...
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The Rand-McNally English Grammar and Composition

William D. Hall - English language - 1898 - 312 pages
...embroidery of conversation, not the web ; and wit, the ornament of the mind, not the furniture. 2. Without dividing, he destroyed party; without corrupting, he made a venal age unanimous. 3. To err is human ; to forgive, divine. 2. To separate a series of phrases and clauses having a common...
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Report and Transactions, Volume 30

Science - 1898
...chicanery, no narrow system of vulgar politics, no idle contest for ministerial victories sunk him to the vulgar level of the great; but overbearing, persuasive, and impracticable his subject was England, his ambition fame. Without dividing, he destroyed party, without corrupting, he...
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The cyclopedia of oratory: a handbook of authorities on oratory as an art ...

W. V. Byars - 1901 - 557 pages
...be relieved from his superiority. No state chicanery, no narrow system of vicious politics, sank him to the vulgar level of the great ; but overbearing,...corrupting, he made a venal age unanimous. France sank beneath him. With one hand he smote the house of Bourbon, and wielded with the other the democracy...
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The handbook of oratory: a cyclopedia of authorities on oratory as an art ...

William Vincent Byars - Oratory - 1901 - 533 pages
...be relieved from his superiority. No state chicanery, no narrow system of vicious politics, sank him to the vulgar level of the great ; but overbearing,...corrupting, he made a venal age unanimous. France sank beneath him. With one hand he smote the house of Bourbon, and wielded with the other the democracy...
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Voice, speech and gesture: a practical handbook to the elocutionary art ...

Robert D Blackman - Literary Criticism - 1904 - 196 pages
...him to tha vulgar level of the great ; but, overbearing, persuasive, and impracticable, his subject was England, his ambition •was fame. Without dividing,...unanimous. France sunk beneath him. With one hand he emote the house of Bourbon, and wielded in the other the democracy of England. The sight of his mind...
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Culture by Self-help in a Literary, an Academic Or an Oratorical Career

Robert Waters - Self-culture - 1909 - 369 pages
...vulgar great; but, overbearing, persuasive, and impracticable, Met object waa England ; his ambition, fame. Without dividing, he destroyed party : without...corrupting, he made a venal age unanimous. France Bank beneath him. With one hand he smote the house of Bourbon, and with the other he wielded the democracy...
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Culture by self-help in a literary, an academic or an oratorical career

Robert Waters - Self-culture - 1909 - 369 pages
...superiority. No state chicanery, no narrow system of vicious politics, sunk him to the level of the vulgar great ; but, overbearing, persuasive, and impracticable, his object was England ; his ambition, fame. Without dividing, he destroyed party : without corrupting, he made a venal age unanimous. France...
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