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" I have had the honour to know Mr Mazzini for a series of years ; and, whatever I may think of his practical insight and skill in worldly affairs, I can with great freedom, testify to all men, that he, if I have ever seen one such, is a man of genius and... "
The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature - 157. oldal
Szerkesztette: - 1844
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 205. kötet

1907
...recognised better than Jowett the moral greatness of Mazzini. ' Whatever I may think,' he wrote, ' of his practical insight and skill in worldly affairs,...freedom testify to all men that he, if I have ever seen such, is a man of genius and virtue, a man of sterling veracity, humanity, and nobleness of mind, one...

The Living Age ..., 214. kötet

1897
...famous defence of Mazzini. "I have had the honor to know Mr. Mazzini for a series of years," he says, "and, whatever I may think of his practical Insight...with great freedom testify to all men that he, if ever I have seen one such, is a man of genius and virtue, a man of sterling veracity, humanity, and...

Harper's Magazine, 4. kötet

1852
...attachments " I have had the honor," says Thomas Carlyle, "to know Mr. Mazzini for a series of yean, and whatever I may think of his practical insight...is a man of genius and virtue ; a man of sterling virtue, humanity, and nobleness of mind ; one of those rare men, numerable, unfortunately, but as units...

Harper's Magazine, 45. kötet

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman - 1872
...protest in the London T'tmtJ). " I have had," he said, " the honor to know M. Mazzini for a series of' years ; and whatever I may think of his practical...sterling veracity, humanity, and nobleness of mind. Whether tho extraneous Austrian emperor and miserable old chimera of a popo shall maintain themselves...

Joseph Mazzini: His Life, Writings, and Political Principles

Giuseppe Mazzini - 1872 - 366 oldal
...— none farther, or very few, of living men. I have had the honor to know M. Mazzini for a series of years ; and, whatever I may think of his practical...with great freedom testify to all men that he, if ever I have seen one such, is a man of genius and virtue, a man of sterling veracity, humanity, and...

MacMillan's Magazine, 25. kötet

Sir George Grove, David Masson, John Morley, Mowbray Morris - 1872
...Mazzini's " practical insight and skill in worldly affairs," he knew him to be, if ever he had seen such, " a man of genius and virtue, a man of sterling veracity, humanity, and nobleness of mind." By that time also, other persons of distinction in the metropolis, knowing Mazzini by his more purely...

The Annals of Our Time: a Diurnal of Events, Social and Political, Home and ...

Joseph Irving - 1880 - 1034 oldal
...67. . — Thomas Carlyle writes to the Times: " I have had the honour to know M. Mazzini for a series of years ; and whatever I may think of his practical...affairs, I can with great freedom testify to all men tíat he, if I have ever seen one such, is a man of genius and virtue, a man of sterling veracity,...

The annals of our time [1837 to 1868]. [1837 to 1891].

Joseph Irving - 1880
...67. — Thomas Carlyle writes to the Times: " I hive hail the honour to know M. Mazzini for a señes of years ; and whatever I may think of his practical insight and skill in worldly oaairs, I can w:.ih great freedom testify to all ibcn thai he, if I have ever seen one such, is a man...

Penn Monthly, 12. kötet

Robert Ellis Thompson, William Wilberforce Newton, Otis H. Kendall - 1881
...Secretary, he took up the cudgels stoutly. " He, if ever I have seen such," he wrote to The Times, " is a man of genius and virtue, a man of sterling veracity, humanity and openness of mind ; one of those rare men, numerable, unfortunately, but as units in this world, who...

v. 2, 1847-1881

Richard Herne Shepherd, Charles Norris Williamson - 1881
...— none farther, or very few of living men. I have had the honour to know Mr. Mazxiui for a series of years ; and, whatever I may think of his practical insight and skill iu worldly affairs, I can with great freedom testify to all men that he, if I have ever seen one such,...




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