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" He never appeared, therefore, to be at all encumbered or perplexed with the verbiage of the dull books he perused, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to have at once extracted, by a kind of intellectual alchemy, all that was worthy of attention,... "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Seite 464
1819
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Band 12

Walter Scott - 1823
...appeared, therefore, to be at all encumbered or perplexed with the verbiage of the dull books he perused, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to have...deal more was learned from his brief and vigorous account of the theories and arguments of tedious writers, than an ordinary student could ever have...
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Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

1819
...appeared, therefore, to be at all incumbered or perplexed with the verbiage of the dull books he perused, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to have...deal more was learned from his brief and vigorous account of the theories and arguments of tedious writers, than an ordinary student could ever have...
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The Kaleidoscope: or, Literary and scientific mirror, Band 5

1825
...to have at once extracted, by a kind of in lectual alchemy, all that was worthy of attention, an« have reduced it for his own use, to its true value and to simplest form. And thus it often happened, that aj: deal more was learned from his brief and vigoroui...
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The Edinburgh magazine, and literary miscellany, a new series of The ..., Band 5

1819
...appeared, therefore, to be at all encumbered or perplexed with the verbiage of the dull books he perused, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to have...that was worthy of attention, and to have reduced it ibr his own use, to its true value and to its simplest form. And thus it often happened that a great...
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The Quarterly Journal, Band 8

1820
...appeared, therefore, to be at all encumbered or perplexed with the verbiage of the dull books he perused, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to have...deal more was learned from his brief and vigorous account of the theories and arguments of tedious writers, than an ordinary student could ever have...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Band 6

1820
...[vol. 6 fore, to be at all incumbered or perplexed with the verbiage of tlie dull books he pursued, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to have...deal more was learned from his brief and vigorous account of the theories and arguments of tedious writers, than an ordinary student could ever have...
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The Annual biography and obituary, Band 4

1820
...appeared, therefore, to be at all incumbered or perplexed with the verbiage of the dull books he perused, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to have...deal more was learned from his brief and vigorous account of the theories and arguments of tedious writers, than an ordinary student could ever have...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Band 4

1820
...appeared, therefore, to be at all incumbered or perplexed with the verbiage of the dull books he perused, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to have...deal more was learned from his brief and vigorous account of the theories and arguments of tedious writers, than an ordinary student could ever have...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary, Band 4

1820
...with the verbiage of the dull books he perused, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to-have at once extracted, by a kind of intellectual alchemy,...deal more was learned from his brief and vigorous account of the theories and arguments of tedious writers, than an ordinary student could ever have...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Band 12

Walter Scott - 1823
...appeared, therefore, to be at all encumbered or perplexed with the verbiage o( the dull books he perused, or the idle talk to which he listened ; but to have...deal more was learned from his brief and vigorous account of the theories and arguments of tedious writer-. than an ordinary student could ever have...
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