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" I might as well attempt to gather up the foam of the sea as to convey an idea of the extraordinary language in which he clothed his description. There were, at least, five words in every sentence that must have been very much astonished at the use they... "
London Society - Seite 430
1871
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Pencillings by the Way

Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1852 - 527 Seiten
...the style in which he gave a sketch of his habits and manners, was worthy of himself. I might as well attempt to gather up the foam of the sea, as to convey...sentence that must have been very much astonished at J.he use they were put to, and yet no others apparently, could so w'ell have conveyed his idea. He...
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The Living Age ..., Band 35

1852
...the style in which he gave a sketch of his habits and manners was worthy of himself. I might as well attempt to gather up the foam of the sea as to convey...sentence that must have been very much astonished at tho use they were put to, and yet no others, apparently, could so well nave conveyed his idea. He talked...
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PENCILLINGS BY THE WAY: WRITZEN DURING SOME YEARS OF RESIDENCE AND TRAVEL IN ...

N. PARKER WILLIS - 1853
...habits and manners, was worthy of himself, 1 might as well attempt to gather up the foam of the sea ? aa to convey an Idea of. the extraordinary language In...least, five words in every sentence that must have baau very much astonished at the use they were put to, and yet no others apparently, could so well...
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Pencillings by the way: written during some years of residence and travel in ...

Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1853 - 527 Seiten
...the style in which he gave a sketch of his habits and manners, was worthy of himself. I might as well attempt to gather up the foam of the sea, as to convey an idea of the extraordinary laniriuige in which he clothed his description. There were, at least, five words in every sentence...
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The Literary Life and Correspondence of the Countess of Blessington, Band 1

Richard Robert Madden - 1855 - 599 Seiten
...the style in which he gave a sketch of his habits and manners was worthy of himself. I might as well attempt to gather up the foam of the sea as to convey...use they were put to, and yet no others apparently could so well have conveyed his idea. He talked like a race-horse approaching the winning post, every...
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the literary life and correspondence of the countless of blessington

r.r. madden, m.r.i.a. - 1855
...the style in which he gave a sketch of his habits and manners was worthy of himself. I might as well attempt to gather up the foam of the sea, as to convey...use they were put to, and yet no others apparently could so well have conveyed his idea. He talked like a race-horse approaching the winning post, every...
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The Book of Authors: A Collection of Criticisms, Ana, Môts, Personal ...

William Clark Russell - 1871 - 516 Seiten
...the style in which he gave a sketch of his habits and manners was worthy of himself. I might as well attempt to gather up the foam of the sea as to convey...use they were put to, and yet no others, apparently, could so well have conveyed his idea. He talked like a racehorse approaching the winning-post, every...
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Lord Beaconsfield: A Biography

Thomas Power O'Connor - 1879 - 711 Seiten
...the style in which he gave a sketch of his habits and manners was worthy of himself. I might as well attempt to gather up the foam of the sea as to convey...use they were put to, and yet no others apparently could so well have conveyed his idea. He talked like a racehorse approaching the winningpost—every...
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Harper's Magazine, Band 59

1879
...must have been as " unspeakable" as the minister of later years. Willis says that he might ns well try to gather up the foam of the sea as to convey an idea of Disraeli's extraordinary language in describing Beckford. He adds that Disraeli "talks like a race-horse,"...
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Harper's Magazine, Band 59

1879
...must have been as "unspeakable" as the minister of later years. Willis says that he might as well try to gather up the foam of the sea as to convey an idea of Disraeli's extraordinary language in describing Beckford. He adds that Disraeli " talks like a race-horse,"...
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