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" He was always cool ; and nobody ever observed the least variation in his countenance : he could refuse more gracefully than other people could grant ; and those who went away from him the most dissatisfied, as to the substance of their business, were... "
The New Universal Biographical Dictionary, and American Remembrancer of ... - 14. oldal
szerző: James Hardie - 1801
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Memoirs of the Court of Charles the Second

Anthony Hamilton (Count), Charles II (King of England), Thomas Blount - 1853 - 546 oldal
...forty years, was absolutely governed by the Duke of Marlborough, as that republic feels to this day. He was always cool ; and nobody ever observed the...him, and, in some degree, comforted by his manner. With all his gracefulness, no man living was more conscious of his situation or maintained his dignity...

The Life and Correspondence of Henry St. George Tucker: Late Accountant ...

Sir John William Kaye - 1854 - 622 oldal
...that it should be a kindly one. It has been said of him, indeed, as it was said of Marlborough, that "he could refuse more gracefully than other people...him, and in some degree comforted by his manner." It was his privilege, however, to distribute no small share of his patronage beyond the circle of his...

Letters Written by the Earl of Chesterfield to His Son

Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - 1857 - 609 oldal
...years, was absolutely governed by the Duke of Marlborongh, as that republic feels to this day. He waa always cool ; and nobody ever observed the least variation...him, and, in some degree, comforted by his manner. With all his gentleness and gracefulness, no man living was more conscious of his situation, nor maintained...

Letters, Sentences and Maxims

Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - 1870 - 224 oldal
...forty years, was absolutely governed by the Duke of Marlborough, as that republic feels to this day. He was always cool ; and nobody ever observed the...him, and, in some degree, comforted by his manner. With all his gentleness and gracefulness, no man living was more conscious of his situation, nor maintained...

Recreations of a recluse [signed F.J.].

F. J - 1870
...hopes and fair speeches." The Duke of Marlborough is said to have had the enviable art of refusing more gracefully than other people could grant; and those who went away from him most dissatisfied, as to the substance of their business, were yet personally charmed with him, and...

Letters written by lord Chesterfield to his son, ed. with notes ..., 1. kötet

Philip Dormer Stanhope (4th earl of Chesterfield.) - 1872
...forty years, was absolutely governed by the Duke of Marlborough, as that Republic feels to this day. He was always cool ; and nobody ever observed the...him, and, in some degree, comforted by his manner. With all his gentleness and gracefulness, no man living was more conscious of his situation, nor maintained...

THE BAZAR BOOK OF DECORUM

THE BAZAR BOOK OF DECORUM - 1873
...forty years, was absolutely governed by the Duke of Maryborough, as that republic feels to this day. He was always cool, and nobody ever observed the least...could refuse more gracefully than other people could B grant, and those who went away from him the most dissatisfied as to the substance of their business,...

The Living Age, 121. kötet

1874
...Pensionary Heinsius, who governed the United Provinces for forty years, was absolutely governed by him. He was always cool,' and nobody ever observed the...variation in his countenance. He could refuse more easily than others could grant ; and those who went from him the most dissatisfied as to the substance...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 115. kötet

1874
...Pensionary Heinsius, who governed the United Provinces for forty years, was absolutely governed by him. He was always cool, and nobody ever observed the least...variation in his countenance. He could refuse more easily than others could grant ; and those who went from him the most dissatisfied as to the substance...

Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 115. kötet

1874
...governed the United Provinces for forty years, was absolutely governed by him. He was always tool, and nobody ever observed the least variation in his countenance. He could refuse more easily than others could grant ; and those who went from him the most dissatisfied as to the substance...




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