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" I am delighted to see the daily and hourly progress of madness and folly and wickedness in England. The consummation of these qualities are the true ingredients for making a fine narrative in history... "
The collected works of Dugald Stewart - Page 225
by Dugald Stewart, John Veitch - 1858
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Life and Correspondence of David Hume ...

John Hill Burton - 1846 - 500 pages
...All my friends encourage me in this ambition; as thinking it will redound very much to my honour. " I am delighted to see the daily and hourly progress...pernicious people! He must be a very bad cook indeed, who cannot make a palatable dish from the whole. You see in my reflexions and allusions, I shall mix...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 51; Volume 85

1847
...encourage me in this ambition, as ' thinking it will redound very much to my honour. I am de' lighted to see the daily and hourly progress of madness, and...qualities are the true ingredients for making a fine narra' tive in history, especially if followed by some signal and ruin' ous convulsion, as I hope will...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 13

1847
...his improved English. Yet how does he speak of the country of whose vernacular he was so ambitious ? are the true ingredients for making a fine narrative...especially if followed by some signal and ruinous conclusion, as I hope will soon be the case with that pernicious people.' Vol. ii. pp. 431,...
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Hume

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1879 - 208 pages
...rtvscally mob subdued ! I think I am not too old to despair of being witness to all these blessings. " I am delighted to see the daily and hourly progress...ruinous convulsion as I hope will soon be the case wilh that pernicious people ! " Even from the secure haven of James's Court, the maledictions continue...
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The Early History of Charles James Fox

Sir George Otto Trevelyan - 1880 - 470 pages
...All my friends encourage me in this ambition, as thinking it will redound very much to my honour. " I am delighted to see the daily and hourly progress...pernicious people. He must be a very bad cook indeed who caiinot make a palatable dish from the whole. You see, in my reflexions and allusions, that I mix...
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The Early History of Charles James Fox, Issue 273

George Otto Trevelyan - 1880 - 569 pages
...All my friends encourage me in this ambition, as thinking it will redound very much to my honour. " I am delighted to see the daily and hourly progress...and ruinous convulsion, as I hope will soon be the ease with that pernicious people. He must be a very bad cook indeed who cannot make a palatable dish...
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The Early History of Charles James Fox

George Otto Trevelyan - 1880 - 470 pages
...me. All my friends encourage me in this ambition, as thinking it will redound very much to my honor. "I am delighted to see the daily and hourly progress...fine narrative in history, especially if followed by sonic signal and ruinous convulsion, as I hope will soon be the case with that pernicious people. He...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 149

1880
...not improved : ' I am delighted,' ho writes, ' to seo the daily and hourly progress of madness, folly, and wickedness in England. The consummation...signal and ruinous convulsion, as I hope will soon he the case with that pernicious people !* In these wild outpourings of spleen there was probably more...
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The Early History of Charles James Fox

Sir George Otto Trevelyan - 1880 - 470 pages
...me. All my friends encourage me in this ambition, as thinking it will redound very much to my honor. "I am delighted to see the daily and hourly progress...ingredients for making a fine narrative in history, especiallv if followed by some signal and ruinous convulsion, as I hope will soon be the case with...
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The Early History of Charles James Fox

Sir George Otto Trevelyan - 1880 - 470 pages
...qualities are the true ingredients for making a fine narrative in history, especially if followed by gome signal and ruinous convulsion, as I hope will soon...pernicious people. He must be a very bad cook indeed who cannot make a palatable digh from the whole. You see, in my reflexions and allusions, that I mix...
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