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" I apprehend that few persons, civil or military, have undergone as much labor, traversed as much country, seen and regulated so much as he had done, in the small portion of time which had elapsed since he entered on his office ; and, if death had not... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Página 436
1826
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen19

1828
...elapsed since he entered on his office ; and if death had not broken his career, his friends know that he contemplated no relaxation of exertions. But this...knew him. I was struck myself, upon the renewal of oar acquaintance, by nothing so much as the observation, that though he talked with animation on all...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen19

1828
...broken his career, hi» friends know that he contemplated no relaxation of exertions. But this wai not a mere restless activity or result of temperament....appreciate but those who intimately knew him. I was struck myeelf, upon the renewal of our acquaintance, by nothing so much as the observation, that though he...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volumen8

William Scott, Francis Garden, James Bowling Mozley - 1826
...death had not broken his career, his friends know thnt he contemplated no relaxation of exertioni. But this was not a mere restless activity or result...united with a fervent zeal, not fiery nor ostentatious, Cut steady and composed, which none could appreciate but those who intimately knew him. I was struck...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India ..., Parte6,Volumen22

1826
...since he entered in his office ; and if death had not broken his career, his frif nds know that he contemplated no relaxation of exertions. But this...activity, or result of temperament ; it was united with a fervant zeal — not fiery nor ostentatious, but steady and composed, which none could appreciate but...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volumen22

1826
...elapsed since he entered in his office ; and if death had not broken his career, his friends know that he contemplated no relaxation of exertions. But this...activity, or result of temperament ; it was united with a fervimt zeal — not fiery nor ostentatious, but steady and composed, which none could appreciate but...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary, Volumen11

1827
...elapsed since he entered in his office; and if death had not broken his career, his friends know that he contemplated no relaxation of exertions. But this...by nothing so much as the observation, that though he talked with animation of all subjects, there was nothing on which his intellect was bent, no prospect...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary for the Year ..., Volumen11

1827
...elapsed since he entered in his office ; and if death had not broken his career, his friends know that he contemplated no relaxation of exertions. But this...fervent zeal, not fiery nor ostentatious, but steady anJ'composed, which none could appreciate but those who intimately knew him. I was struck myself, upon...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volumen9

1827
...since he entered on his office ; and if death had not broken his career, his friends kno25 38 that he contemplated no relaxation of exertions. But this...: it was united with a fervent zeal, not fiery nor over ostentatious, but steady and composed ; which none could appreciate, but those who intimately...
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The Christian Observer, Volumen27

1828
...elapsed since he entered on his office; and, if death had not broken his career, his friends know that he contemplated no relaxation of exertions. But this...those who intimately knew him. I was struck myself, on the renewal of our acquaintance, by nothing so much as the observation, that, though he talked with...
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Spirit of the English Magazines

1828
...elapsed since he entered on his office ; and if death had not broken his career, his friends know that he contemplated no relaxation of exertions. But this...: it was united with a fervent zeal, not fiery nor over ostentatious, but steady and composed ; which none could appreciate but those who intimately knew...
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