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" ... and undaunted courage. Happily for himself, and for the country by which he was employed, he joined to the ardent temper and inventive genius of a projector, virtues of another species, which are rarely united with them. He possessed a thorough knowledge... "
Beauties of Dr. Robertson: Containing the most prominent and interesting ... - Page 310
by William Robertson - 1810 - 366 pages
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An Historical, Topographical, and Statistical View of the United ..., Volume 1

William Winterbotham - 1819
...difcoveries which he had in view, than naval (kill and undaunted courage. Happily for himfelf, and for the country by which he was employed, he joined to the ardent temper and inventive genius of a projeftor, virtues of another fpecies, which are rarely united with them. He pofleffed a thorough knowledge...
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The Works of William Robertson: The history of America

William Robertson, Alexander Stewart - 1820
...discoveries which he had in view, than naval skill and undaunted courage. Happily for himself, and for the country by which he was employed, he joined to...government of his own passions, and the talent of acquiring i492an ascendant over those of other men. All these qualities, which formed him for command, were accompanied...
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The History of America, Volume 1

William Robertson - 1821
...undaunted courage. Happily for himself, and for II - the country by which he was employed, he joined 1492~^ to the ardent temper and inventive genius of a projector,...government of his own passions, and the talent of acquiring an ascendant over those of other men. All these qualities, which formed him for command, were accompanied...
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The Works of William Robertson, D. D...: To which is Prefixed an ..., Volume 7

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - 1821
...undaunted courage. Happily for himself, and for II. the country by which he was employed, he joined 14927 to the ardent temper and inventive genius of a projector,...government of his own passions, and the talent of acquiring an ascendant over those of other men. All these qualities, which formed him for command, were accompanied...
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The History of America, Volume 2

William Robertson - 1821
...discoveries which he had in view, than naval skill and undaunted courage. Happily for himself, and for the country by which he was employed, he joined to the ardent temper and inventive genius of prejector, virtues of another species, which are rarely united with them. He possessed a thorough knowledge...
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The History of America, Volumes 1-2

William Robertson - 1822
...in view, than naval skill and undaunted eourage. Happily for himself, and for the eountry by whieh he was employed, he joined to the ardent temper and inventive genius of prejeetor, virtues of another speeies, whieh are rari-lj united with ihem. He possessed a thorough...
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The Works of William Robertson, D.D., with an Account of His Life ..., Volume 3

William Robertson - 1824
...discoveries which he had in view, than naval skill and undaunted courage. Happily for himself, and for the country by which he was employed, he joined to...government of his own passions, and the talent of acquiring an ascendant over those of other men. All these qualities, which formed him for command, were accompanied...
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The Works of Wm. Robertson, D.D.: History of America, books I-IV

William Robertson - 1825
...discoveries which he had in view, than naval skill and undaunted courage. Happily for himself, and for the country by which he was employed, he joined to...government of his own passions, and the talent of acquiring an ascendant over those of other men. All tin-sir qualities, which formed him for command, were accompanied...
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Works, Volume 6

William Robertson - 1825
...discoveries which he had in view, than naval skill and undaunted courage. Happily for himself, and for the country by which he was employed, he joined to...government of his own passions, and the talent of acquiring an ascendant over those of other men. All these qualities, which formed him for command, were accompanied...
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The Works of William Robertson, D. D...: To which is Prefixed an Account of ...

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - 1827
...discoveries which he had in view, than naval skill and undaunted courage. Happily for himself, and for the country by which he was employed, he joined to...government of his own passions, and the talent of acquiring an ascendant over BOOK those of other men. All these qualities, which formed him for command, were...
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