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Essays Contributed to the Quarterly Review - Page 347
by Samuel Wilberforce - 1874
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1864 - 393 pages
...high genius, brimful and overflowing with ideas and views, in him original, which were too many and strong even for his bodily strength, and which crowded...conclusion, by the very reason of their multitude and their depth. His opinions arrested and influenced me, even when they did not gain my assent. He professed...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 116

English literature - 1864
...which were too many and too strong even for his bodily strength, and which crowded and jostled u gainst each other in their effort after distinct shape and...multitude and depth. His opinions arrested and influenced mo, even when they did not gain my assent. Ho professed openly his admiration of the Church of Bome,...
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pro ecclesia del church and state review

venerable archdeacon denison - 1864
...Romeward tendencies, and whose Remains he subsequently edited. " He had an intellect." says Dr. Newman, " as critical and logical as it was speculative and...conclusion, by the very reason of their multitude and depth. Jlis opinions arrested and influenced me, even where they did not gain my assent. He professed openly...
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Apologia Pro Vita Sua: Being a Reply to a Pamphlet Entitled "What, Then ...

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1864 - 557 pages
...high genius, brimful and overflowing with ideas and views, in him original, which were too many and strong even for his bodily strength, and which crowded...and logical as* it was speculative and bold. Dying prematurelyt as he did, and in the conflict and transition-state of opinion, his religious views never...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 116

1864
...intellectual aspects — as a man of high genius, brimfull and overflowing with ideas and views, in bun original, which were too many and too strong even...their effort after distinct shape and expression ; and ho. had an intellect as critical and logical as it was speculative and bold. Dying prematurely, as...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1864
...brimful and overflowing with original ideas and views, too many and strong for his bodily strength, which crowded and jostled against each other in their effort after distinct shape and expression. " He professed openly his admiration of the Church of Home, and his hatred of the Reformers. He delighted...
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History of My Religious Opinions

John Henry Newman - Cardinals - 1865 - 379 pages
...high genius, brimful and overflowing •with ideas and views, in him original, which were too many and strong even for his bodily strength, and which crowded...conclusion, by the very reason of their multitude and their depth. His opinions arrested and influenced me, even when they did not gain my assent. He professed...
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 79

Edward Everett Hale - 1865
...painted. We have him represented as a man of high genius, brimful and overflowing with ideas and views which crowded and jostled against each other in their effort after distinct shape and expression. He professed openly his admiration of the Church of Rome, and his hatred of the Reformers. He delighted...
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The Congregational Review, Volume 5

Congregationalism - 1865
...retrogressive fellow student. Fronde, who died young, a brilliant man, full of crude, germinating ideas, who " had an intellect as critical and logical as it was speculative and bold," and whose premature decease alone saved him from speedily avowing the conversion to popery which had...
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The Living Age, Volume 90

1866
...strong even for his bodily strength, and which crowded and jostled with each other in their attempt after distinct shape and expression. And he had' an...critical and logical as it was speculative and bold. . . . His opinions arrested and influenced me, even wheu they did not gain my assent. He professed...
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