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" James Mackintosh. Highly gifted by nature, deeply read, and singularly accomplished, the view of one of the most memorable epochs in English history could not have been undertaken by any man of a capacity to do it justice in every respect, superior to... "
The autobiography of Jack Ketch - Page 283
by Charles Whitehead - 1835 - 281 pages
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Recollections of an Excursion to the Monasteries of Alcobac̜a and Batalha

William Beckford - Portugal - 1835 - 188 pages
...8vo. "We are at length gratified by the appearance of this long-looked for work from the pen ofSir James Mackintosh. Highly gifted by nature, deeply...respect, superior to this eminent individual."— Lit. Gaiette. " In every page we perceive Ihe anxiety of the historian lo hold Ihe balance of justice with...
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Reminiscences of an Intercourse with Mr. Niebuhr, the Historian: During a ...

Francis Lieber - 1835 - 192 pages
...which is prefixed, a Notice of the LIFE, WRITINGS, and SPEECHES of Sir JAMES MACKINTOSH. In 1 vol. 8vo. English history could not have been undertaken by...individual." — Lit. Gazette. "In every page we perceive the anxietv of the historian to hold the balance of justice with unfaltering hand, and to watch its slightest...
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Canvassing

John Banim - English fiction - 1835 - 237 pages
...the most memorable epochs in English history could not have been undertaken by any man of a capacit> to do it justice in every respect, superior to this...perceive the anxiety of the historian to hold the ha lance of justice with unfaltering hand, and to watch its slightest vibrations. — AlhencRitm. *...
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Thirty years' correspondence between John Jebb -- and Alexander Knox--, Volume 2

John Jebb, Alexander Knox - 1835
...by nature, deeply read, and singularly accomplished, the view of one of the most memorah!u eln'cih- in English history could not have been undertaken by any man of a capacity to do it lustice in every respect, superior to this eminent individual."— Lit. Goz. " In every page \ve perceive...
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Thirty Years' Correspondence Between John Jebb -- and Alexander Knox--, Volume 2

John Jebb, Alexander Knox - 1835
...hy nature, deeply read, and singularly accomplished, the view of one of the moat memorable epochs iu English history could not have been undertaken by any man of a capacity to do it lustice in every resped, superior to this eminent individual."— Lit. Gat. " In. every page we perceive...
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The district school: or National education

John Orville Taylor - Education - 1835 - 296 pages
...deeply read, nd singularly accomplished, the view of one of the most memorable epochs in iiiL'lish history could not have been undertaken by any man of a capacity to do t justice in every respect, superior to this eminent individual. — Lit. Gazette. "In every page we...
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The Literary Gazette: A Weekly Journal of Literature, Science, and the Fine Arts

William Jerdan, William Ring Workman, John Morley, Frederick Arnold, Charles Wycliffe Goodwin - 1835
...deeply read, and singularly accomplished, the flew of one of the most memorable epochs in English hMory could not have been undertaken by any man of a capacity to do H Just ice in tvery respect, superior to this eminent Individual."— Literaty (.aiettr. " In every...
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East and West: A Novel, Volume 1

Frederick William Thomas - American literature - 1836
...8vo. " We are at length gratified by the appearance of this long-looked for work from the pen ofSir James Mackintosh. Highly gifted by nature, deeply...— Lit. Gazette. " In every page we perceive the aniiety of Ihe historian lo hold the balance of justice with unfaltering hand, and to watch its slightest...
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England in 1835: being a series of letters written to friends in Germany ...

Friedrich von Raumer - England - 1836 - 512 pages
...JAMES MACKINTOSH. In 1 vol. 8vo. " We are at length gratified by the appearance of this long.looked for work From the pen of Sir James Mackintosh. Highly...respect, superior to this eminent individual."— L&. Oaz. " In every pagp we perceive the anxiety of the historian to hold the balance of justice with...
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Elements of International Law: With a Sketch of the History of the Science

Henry Wheaton - International law - 1836 - 375 pages
...of Sir James Mackintosh. Highly gifted by nature, deeply read, and singularly accomplished, the yinw of one of the most memorable epochs in English history...respect, superior to this eminent individual."— Lit. Oat, In every page we perceive the anxiety of the historian to hold the balance of justice with unfaltering...
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