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" ... to refemble them. His gravity of manners they called pride ; his freedom of fpeech, infolence ; his declining to join in their licentioufnefs, contempt. It is true there was a natural haughtinefs in his deportment, and an afperity that was unfociable,... "
Plutarch's Lives: Translated from the Original Greek, with Notes Critical ... - Page 7
by Plutarch - 1770
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Plutarch's Lives, Volume 6

Plutarch - Greece - 1795
...his virtues. To thefe they gave the names of fuch vices as are fuppofed in fome degree to refemble them. His gravity of manners they called pride ; his...fpeech, infolence; his declining to join in their licenttoufnefs, contempt. It is true, there was a natural haughtinefs in his deportment; deportment...
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Solitude, Volume 2

Johann Georg Zimmermann - Solitude - 1799 - 338 pages
...to ftrip him of his virtues ; to which they gave the name of thofe vices as are fuppofed to refemble them. His gravity of manners they called pride ; his...that it is not to be wondered if he found no ready admiffion to the ears of a young king already fpoiled by flattery. Willing to impute the irregularities...
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Solitude, Volume 2

Johann Georg Zimmermann - Solitude - 1805
...to ftrip him of his virtues ; to which they gave the name of thofe vices as are fuppofed to refemble them. His gravity of manners they called pride ; his...licentioufnefs, contempt. It is true there was a natural haiightinefs in his deportment, and an afperity that was unfociable, and difficult of accefs ; fo that...
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Lives, translated from the Greek, with notes critical and ..., Volume 7

Plutarch - 1808
...his virtues. To thefe they gave the names of fuch vices as are fuppofed in fome degree to refemble them. His gravity of manners they called pride ; his...fpeech, infolence ; his declining to join in their liccntioufnefs, contempt. It is true, there was a natural haughtinefs in his deportment, and an afperity...
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