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" His talk, too, though overflowing with information, had no resemblance to lecturing or solemn discoursing, but, on the contrary, was full of colloquial spirit and pleasantry. "
The Annual Biography and Obituary - 392. oldal
1820
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Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

1819
...was his singular talent for making all things plain, clear, and intelligible, that scarcely anyone could be aware of such a deficiency in his presence. His talk, too, though overflowing with infori mation, had no resemblance to lecturing or solemn discoursing; but, on the contrary, was full...

The Gentleman's Magazine

1819
...trouble ; and, indeed, such was his singular talent for making all tbiogt plain, clear, and intelligible, that scarcely any one could be aware of such a deficiency...contrary, was full of colloquial spirit and pleasure. He bad a cerlain quiet and grave humour, which ran through most of his conversation, and a vein of temperate...

The Edinburgh magazine, and literary miscellany, a new series of ..., 5. kötet

1819
...trouble ; and, indeed, such was his singular talent for making all things plain, clear, and intelligible, that scarcely any one could be aware of such a deficiency...on the contrary, was full of colloquial spirit and pleasantry. He had a certain quiet and grave humour, which ran through most of his conversation, and...

The Gentleman's Magazine, 89. kötet,2. rész

1819
...trouble ; and, indeed, such was bis singular talent for making all things plain, clear, and intelligible, that scarcely any one could be aware of such a deficiency...His talk, too, though overflowing with information, bad no resemblance to lecturing or solemn discoursing, but, on the contrary, was full of colloquial...

Spirit of the English Magazines, 6. kötet

1820
...trouble ; and, indeed, such was his singular talent for making all things plain, clear, and intelligible, that scarcely any one could be aware of such a deficiency...in his presence. His talk, too, though overflowing witb information, had DO resemblance to lecturing or solemn discoursing, bui, on the contrary, was...

The Edinburgh annual register, 12. kötet

1823
...trouble; and, indeed, such was his singular talent for making all things plain, clear, and intelligible, that scarcely any one could be aware of such a deficiency...overflowing with information, had no resemblance to Iceluring or solemn discoursing, but, on the contrary, was full of colloquial spirit and pleasure....

The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, 84. kötet

1819
...and, indeed, such •was his singular talent for making all things plain, clear, and intelligible, that scarcely any one could be aware of such a deficiency...discoursing, but, on the contrary, was full of colloquial «pint and pleasantry. He had a certain quiet and grave humour, which ran through most of his conversation,...

The Gallery of Portraits: with Memoirs ...

1833
...indulgent towards all who .approached him. * * * His talk, too, though overflowing with infonnation, had no resemblance to lecturing, or solemn discoursing...on the contrary, was full of colloquial spirit and pleasantry. He had a certain quiet and grave humour, which ran through most of his conversation, and...

The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., 27. kötet

1843
...capacity in his presence. With all this flow of information, his conversation, we are further informed, 'had no resemblance to lecturing or solemn discoursing,...on the contrary, was full of colloquial spirit and pleasantry.' Of a generous and affectionate disposition, he was considerate of the feelings of all...

Distinguished Men of Modern Times ...: Gibbon to Wilberforce

1838
...assuming or fastidious in his manners, or more kind and indulgent towards all who approached him. * * * His talk, too, though overflowing with information,...on the contrary, was full of colloquial spirit and pleasantry. He had a certain quiet and grave humour, which ran through most of his conversation, and...




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