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" He was a lover of company, and a man of much humour and * pleafantry, exceeding facetious and of vaft natural parts. He had no letters, he could only read and write, but had a great regard for learning, and was at much pains to introduce it into the country.... "
THE MONTHLY REVIEW, OR, LITERARY JOUNRAL - 356. oldal
szerző: SEVERAL HANDS - 1755
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The History of Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia: To which is ..., 2. kötet

Alexander Gordon - 1755
...uneafy for him to appear XVI. in majefty, which he feldom or never did but when abfolutely necefTary, on fuch occafions as giving audience to ambaffadors,...could only read and write, but had a great regard for learning, and was at much pains to introduce it into the country. He rofe early: the morning he...

A Memoir of the Life of Peter the Great

Sir John Barrow - 1834 - 320 oldal
...saved wholly that great expense which other monarchs are at in supporting the grandeur of their courts. He was a lover of company and a man of much humour and pleasantry, exceedingly facetious, and of vast natural parts. He took his bottle heartily, so must...

A memoir of the life of Peter the Great [by sir J. Barrow].

sir John Barrow (bart.) - 1883
...saved wholly that great expense which other monarchs are at in supporting the grandeur of their courts. He was a lover of company and a man of much humour and pleasantry, exceedingly facetious, and of vast natural parts. He took his bottle heartily, so must...

Readings in Modern European History: A Collection of Extracts from ..., 1. kötet

James Harvey Robinson, Charles Austin Beard - 1908
...audience to ambassadors or the like ; so that he had all the pleasure of a great emperor and at the same time that of a private gentleman. He was a lover of company, and a man of much humor and pleasantry, exceedingly facetious and of vast natural parts. He had no letters ; he could...

Peter the Great Through British Eyes: Perceptions and Representations of the ...

Anthony Cross, Anthony Professor Cross - 2000 - 172 oldal
...any Prince did'.38 His picture of Peter at work and play, nevertheless, is amusing and individual: He was a lover of company, and a man of much humour and pleasantry, exceeding facetious and of vast natural parts. He had no letters, he could only read and...
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