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" Lord Clarendon says of King Charles, " that he saw and observed men long before he received them about his person ;" and as other historians, less partial to this monarch agree, however much they have differed respecting his kingly virtues, that he was... "
The Monthly review. New and improved ser - Seite 16
1800
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The Monthly Review

1800
...King Charles, *' that he saw and observed men long before he received them about his person ;" and OB other historians, less partial to this monarch agree,...quality and endowment which adorns the sphere of private }ife; his affection and favors are surely to be considered as honorable^ ' This nobleman, descended...
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Memoirs of a Traveller, Now in Retirement, Band 5

Louis Dutens - 1806
...they should be attended with. He " was not in his nature very bountiful, " though he gave very much " He saw and observed men long before he " received them about his person; and did " not love strangers nor very confident men. " He was a patient hearer of causes- which " he frequently...
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Lives of Scottish Poets ...

Society of Ancient Scots - 1822
...Charles I., he became a great favourite ; and when we recollect what Lord Clarendon says of that prince, “that he saw and observed men long before he received them about his person,” and that whatever may have been his public failings, he was eminent for every quality which adorns the...
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Lives of Scottish Poets: With Ports. and Vignettes, Band 3

Joseph] [Robertson - 1822
...Charles I., he became a great favourite; and when we recollect what Lord Clarendon says of that prince, " that he saw and observed men long before he received them about his person," and that whatever may have been his public failings, he was eminent for every quality which adorns the...
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Examples of English Prose: From the Reign of Elizabeth to the Present Time ...

George Walker - 1825 - 615 Seiten
...made his Court very orderly, no man presuming to be seen in a place where he had no pretence to, be. He saw and observed men long, before he received them about his person : and did not love strangers nor very confident men. He was a patient hearer of causes, which he frequently...
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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: To which is ..., Band 6

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - 1826
...made his court very orderly ; no man' presuming to be seen in a place where he had no pretence to be. He saw and observed men long, before he received them about his person; and Patient in did not love strangers; nor very confident men. : H« was a patient hearer of causes; which...
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New Elegant Extracts: A Unique Selection ... from the Most Eminent Prose and ...

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1827
...made his court very orderly ; no man presuming to be seen in a place where he had no pretence to be. He saw and observed men long, before he received them about his person; and did not love strangers, nor very confident men. He was a patient hearer of causes ; which he frequently...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent prose and epistolary ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...made his court very orderly ; no man presuming to be seen in a place where he had no pretence to be. He saw and observed men long, before he received them about his person; and did not love strangers, nor very confident men. He was a patient hearer of causes ; which he frequently...
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An inquiry into the place and quality of the gentlemen of his majesty's most ...

Nicholas Carlisle - 1829
...made his Court very orderly,—no man presuming to be seen in a Place, where he had no pretence to be. He saw, and observed men long, before he received them about his Person,— and did not love Strangers, nor very confident men." 13 The discontents and distractions in Scotland, fomented...
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A narrative by John Ashburnham of his attendance on king Charles the first ...

John Ashburnham - 1830
...This already established familiarity accords well with the noble Historian's character of the king, " that he saw and observed men long before he " received them about his person." In 1640 he was returned for Hastings: and in the earlier sessions of the " long parliament" seems to...
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