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" There have not been wanting trivial minds to mark this as a fault in his character. But the mere men of taste ought to be silent respecting such a man as Howard ; he is above their sphere of judgment. "
Essays in a Series of Letters on the Following Subjects: On a Man's Writing ... - PÓgina 84
per John Foster - 1826 - 271 pÓgines
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volum 1,Part 1

1805
...scene which he traversed ; all his subordinate feelings lost their separate .existence and operation, by falling into the grand one. There have not been...mark this as a fault in his character. But the mere man of taste ought to be silent respecting such a man as Howard ; he is above their sphere of judgment....
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volum 3

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1806
...scene, which he traversed ; all his subordinate feelings lost their separate existence and operation, by falling into the grand one. There have not been...mark this as a fault in his character. But the mere man of taste ought to be silent respecting such a man as Howard ; he is above their sphere of judgment....
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The Monthly anthology, and Boston review, Volum 3

1806
...scene, which he traversed ; all. his subordinate feelings lost their separate existence and operation, by falling into the grand one. There have not been...wanting trivial minds to mark this as a fault in his characiter. But the mere man of taste ought to be silent respecting such a man as Howard ; he is above...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volum 5

1806
...scene which he traversed; alibis subordinate feelings lost their separate existence and operation, by falling into the grand one. There have not been wanting trivial minds to mark this as a fault in hie character. But the mere man of taste ought to be silent respecting such a man as Howard; he is...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volum 3

David Phineas Adams, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1806
...existence and operation, by falling into the grand one. There have not been Wantirig trivial fliinds to mark this as a fault in his character. But the mere man of taste ought to be silent respecting such a man as HoAvard ; he is abovfe their sphere of judgment....
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Essays in a Series of Letters to a Friend on ...: I ... A Man's Writing ...

John Foster - 1807
...scene which he traversed ; all his subordinate feelings lost their separate existence and operation, by falling into the grand one. There have not been...philanthropy among mortals, do not care about pictures, stati;cs, and sumptuous buildings ; and no more did he, when the time in which he must have inspected...
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The Panoplist, Or, the Christian's Armory, Volum 3

1808
...scene which he traversed ; all his subordinate feelings lost their separate existence and operation, by falling into, the grand one. There have not been...spirits, who fulfil their commission of philanthropy among1 mortals, do not care about pictures, statues, and sumptuous buildings ; and no more did he,...
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The Panoplist (and Missionary magazine) conducted by an association ..., Volum 3

1808
...he traversed ; all his subordinate feelings lost their separate existence and operation, by falling1 into the grand one. There have not been wanting trivial...of taste ought to be silent respecting such a man us Howard ; he is above their sphere of judgment. The invisible spirits, who fulfil their commission...
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Essays in a Series of Letters to a Friend ..., Volums 1-2

John Foster - 1811 - 302 pÓgines
...scene which he traversed ; all his subordinate feelings lost their separate existence and operation, by falling into the grand one. There have not been...commission of philanthropy among mortals, do not care about pjc.r statues, and sumptuous buildings; and iio more did he, when the time in which he> must have inspected...
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The work of faith, the labour of love, and the patience of hope illustrated ...

John Ryland - 1816
...eminent in him as in the illustrious Howard, of whom a living author has so justly said, that " as invisible spirits, who fulfil their commission of...care about pictures, statues and sumptuous buildings; no more did he, when the time in which he must have inspected and admired them, would have been taken...
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