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" Brave without temerity, laborious without ambition, generous without prodigality, noble without pride, virtuous without severity ; he seems always to have confined himself within those limits, where the virtues, by clothing themselves in more lively,... "
The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature - Sivu 3
1787
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Travels in North-America, in the years 1780, 1781, and 1782

1787
...feet whole, that cannot be the produce of enthufiafm, which rather would reject it, fince the effect of proportion is to diminifh the idea of greatnefs....but more changeable and doubtful colours, may .be miftakei\ miftaken for faults, 'fhh is the feventh year that he has commanded the army, and that he...

The Washingtoniana: containing a sketch of the life and death of the late ...

Francis Johnston, William Hamilton - 1802 - 411 sivua
...a French officer of great celebrity as a soldier and a philosopher, who served under him : * — " Brave without temerity, laborious without %ambition,...prodigality, noble without pride, virtuous without severity ; he seems always to have confined himself within those limits, where, the virtues by clothing...

The Book of Good Examples Drawn from Authentic History and Biography ...

John Frost - 1846 - 288 sivua
...which rather would reject it, since the effect of proportion is to diminish the idea of greatness. Brave without temerity, laborious without ambition,...prodigality, noble without pride, virtuous without severity ; he seems always to have confined himself within those limits, where the virtues, by clothing...

The Guardian, Niteet 14–15

1863
...onthusiam, which rather would reject it, since the effect of proportion is to diminish the idea of greatness Brave without temerity, laborious without ambition,...prodigality, noble without pride, virtuous without severity ; ho seems always to have confined himself within those limits, where the virtues, by clothing...

Works, Nide 9

Washington Irving - 1857
...welfare of each individual is attached to his person." He sums up his character in these words : " Brave without temerity ; laborious without ambition...prodigality ; noble without pride ; virtuous without severity ; he seems always to stop short of that limit, where the virtues, assuming colors more vivid,...

The republican court: or, American society in the days of Washington

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1855 - 408 sivua
...enthusiasm, which rather would reject it, since the effect of proportion b to diminish the Idea of greatness. Brave without temerity, laborious without ambition,...prodigality, noble without pride, virtuous without severity, be seems always to have confined htniM'lf within those limits, where the virtues, by clothing...

THE REPUBLICAN COURT OF AMERICAN SOCIETY IN THE DAYS OF WASHINGTON.

RUFUS WILMOT GRISWOLD - 1856
...which rather would reject it, since the effect of proportion is to diminish the idea of greatness. Brave without temerity, laborious without ambition,...prodigality, noble without pride, virtuous without severity, he seems always to have confined himself within those limits, where the virtues, by clothing...

Life of George Washington, Nide 4

Washington Irving - 1857
...welfare of each individual is attached to his person." He sums up his character in these wprds : " Brave without temerity ; laborious without ambition...prodigality ; noble without pride ; virtuous without severity ; he seems always to stop short of that limit, where the virtues, assuming colors more vivid,...

The Republican Court, Or, American Society in the Days of Washington

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1867 - 481 sivua
...which rather would reject it, since the effect of proportion is to diminish the Idea of greatness. Brave without temerity, laborious without ambition,...prodigality, noble without pride, virtuous without severity, be seems always to have confined himself within those limits, where the virtues, by clothing...

Life of George Washington, Nide 4

Washington Irving - 1873
...welfare of t-ach individual is attached to his person." He sums up Ids character in these words : - Brave without temerity ; laborious without ambition...prodigality ; noble without pride ; virtuous without severity ; he seems always to stop short of that limit, where the virtues, assuming colors more vivid,...




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