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The life of James Watt: with selections from his correspondence - Seite 514
von James Patrick Muirhead - 1859 - 572 Seiten
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Band 12

1823
...that with those vast resourses, his conversation was at all times rich and instructive in no ordinary degree; but it was, if possible, still more pleasing than wise, and had all the charms of fuaiiliarity, with all the substantial treasures of knowledge. No man could be more social in his spirit,...
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Repository of Arts, Literature, Fashions &c

1819
...all times rich and instructive in no ordinary degree ; but it was, if possible, still more pleasjng than wise, and had all the charms of familiarity, with all the substantial treasuresof knowledge. No man could be more social in his spirit, less assuming or fastidious in hfs...
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The Edinburgh magazine, and literary miscellany, a new series of The Scots ...

1819
...that, with those vast resources, his conversation was at all times rich and instructive in no ordinary degree : but it was, if possible, still more pleasing...kind and indulgent towards all who approached him. He rattier liked to talk, — at least in his latter years ; but though he took a considerable share of...
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The Gentleman's Magazine

1819
...no ordinary degree ; but it was, if potsible, still more pleasing than wise, and had all the cbarmt of familiarity, with all the substantial treasures of knowledge. No man could b« more social in his spirit, less assuming or fastidious in his manners, or more kind and indulgent...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 89,Teil 2

1819
...that with those vast resources, his conversation was at all tiroes rich and instructive in no ordinary degree ; but it was, if possible, still more pleasing than wise, and bad all the charms of familiarity, with all the substantial treasures of knowledge. No man could be...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Band 6

1820
...that with those vast resources, his conversation was at all times rich and instructive in no ordinary degree ; but it was, if possible, still more pleasing...with all the substantial treasures of knowledge. No mao could be more social in his spirit, less assuming or fastidious in his manners, or more kind and...
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A manual of chemistry, Band 1

William Thomas Brande - 1821 - 896 Seiten
...knowledge were immense, and yet less astonishing than the command he had over them. His conversation had all the charms of familiarity, with all the substantial treasures of knowledge. With this philosophical excellence of character, be it never forgotten that Mr. WATT conjoined the...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Band 12

Walter Scott - 1823
...that with those vast resourses, his conversation was at all times rich and instructive in no ordinary degree; but it was, if possible, still more pleasing than wise, and had all the charms ot familiarity, with all the substantial treasures of knowledge. No man could be more social in his...
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A Descriptive History of the Steam Engine

Robert Stuart - 1824 - 228 Seiten
...character in which he will be most frequently recalled, most deeply lamented, or even most highly admired. No man could be more social in his spirit, less assuming...kind and indulgent towards all who approached him ; his talk, though overflowing with information, was full of colloquial spirit and pleasure. He had...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Band 84

1819
...that, with those vast resources, his conversation was at all tiiius rich and instructive in no ordinary degree : but it was, if possible, still more pleasing...social in his spirit, less assuming or fastidious in ms manners, or more kind and indulgent towards all who approached him. He rather liked to talk, —...
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