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" There are two opposite ways by which some men make a figure in the world: one by talking faster than they think and the other by holding their tongues and not thinking at all. "
A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the ... - Sivu 158
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Nide 8

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1810
...consequence of the astonishing magnitude of his ideas ! " There are two opposite ways by which some men get into notice— one by talking a vast deal and...holding their tongues and not thinking at all. By th« first many a vapouring, superficial pretender acquires the reputation of a man of quick parts—...

A History of New-York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1812
...his ideas ! There are two oppofite ways by which foinc men get into notice — one by talking a vaft deal and thinking a little, and the other by holding their tongues and not thinking at all. By the fir ft many a vapouring fuperficial pretender acquires the reputation of z man of quick parts — by...

A History of New York: From the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1820 - 520 sivua
...consequence of the astonishing magnitude of his ideas ! There are two opposite ways by which some men get into notice — one by talking a vast deal and...pretender acquires the reputation of a man of quick parts — hy the other many a vacant dunderpate, like the owl, the stupidest of birds, comes to be complimented...

A History of New York: From the Beginning of the World to the ..., Niteet 1–2

Washington Irving - 1824
...consequence of the astonishing magnitude of his ideas ! There are two opposite ways by which some men get into notice — one by talking a vast deal and...by holding their tongues and not thinking at all. Bythe first, manj a vapouring superficial pretender acquires the reputation of a man of quick parts...

A History of New York: From the Beginnimg of the World to the End of ..., Nide 1

Washington Irving - 1824
...consequence of the astonishing magnitude of his ideas ! There are two opposite ways by which some men get into notice — one by talking a vast deal and...little, and the other by holding their tongues and not thinkingatall. By the first, many a vapouring superficial pretender acquires the reputation of a man...

A History of New York from the Beginning of the World

Washington Irving - 1825 - 312 sivua
...which some men get into notice— one hy talking a vast deal and thinking a little, and the other hy holding their tongues and not thinking at all. By...pretender acquires the reputation of a man of quick parts —hy the other, many a vacant dunderpate, like the owl, the stupidest of hirds, comes to he complimented,...

A History of New York, from the Beginnimg of the World to the End of ..., Nide 1

Washington Irving - 1826
...consequence of the astonishing magnitude of his ideas ! There are two opposite ways by which some men get into notice — one by talking a vast deal and...pretender acquires the reputation of a man of quick part? — by the other, many a vacant dunderpate. like the owl, the stupi'lest of birds, comes to be...

A History of New York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the ...

Washington Irving - 1828 - 312 sivua
...a vast deal and thinking a little, and the other hy holding their tongues and not thinking at ail. By the first, many a vapouring superficial pretender acquires the reputation of a man of q'nick parts —hy the other, many a vacant dunderpate, like the owl, the stupidest of hirds, comes...

The Beauties of Washington Irving

Washington Irving - 1835 - 270 sivua
...consequence of the astomshing magnitude of his ideas ! There are two opposite ways by which some men get into notice — one by talking a vast deal and thinking a little, and the other Dy holdmg their tongues and not thinking at all. By the first many a vapouring superficial pretender...

The American Common-school Reader and Speaker: Being a Selection of Pieces ...

John Goldsbury, William Russell - 1844 - 432 sivua
...consequence of the astonishing magnitude of his ideas ! There are two opposite ways by which some men get into notice, — one by talking a vast deal, and...tongues and not thinking at all. By the first, many a vaporing, superficial pretender acquires the reputation of a man of quick parts, — by the other,...




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