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" His designs were always great and good; but it was thought he trusted too much to that, and that he did not descend enough to the humours of his people to make himself and his notions more acceptable to them. This, in a government that has so much of... "
The History of England - Page 262
by Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul) - 1763
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An Abridgement of the History of England: Being a Summary of Mr ..., Volume 3

Rapin de Thoyras (M., Paul) - 1899
...imagination or invention. His defigns were always great and good ; but it was thought he trufted too much to that, and did not defcend enough to the humours...acceptable to them. This, in a Government that has fo much of freedom in it, as ours, was more necefTary than he was inclined to believe. His refervednefs grew...
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The Continuation of Mr. Rapin's History of England: From the ..., Volume 3

Nicolas Tindal - 1763
...in imagination or invention. His defigns were always great and good ; but it was thought he trufled to much to that, and did not defcend enough to the...filence. He did not like contradiction, nor to have his aclions cenfured ; but he loved to employ and favour thofe, who had the arts of complacence; yet he...
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed ..., Volume 4

Gilbert Burnet - 1823
...too much to that, and that he did not descend enough to the humours of his people, to make himself and his notions more acceptable to them : this, in a government that has so much of freedom in it as ours, was remarkable in the low ca- sentinel that he suffered to be pacities...
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History of His Own Time: With the Suppressed Passages of the First ..., Volume 4

Gilbert Burnet - 1823
...too much to that, and that he did not descend enough to the humours of his people, to make himself and his notions more acceptable to them: this, in a government that has so much of freedom in it as ours, was remarkable in the low ca- sentinel that he suffered to be pacities...
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Exercises in Greek prose composition. [With] Key, Volume 17

Charles Duke Yonge - 1850
...trusted too much to that, and that he did not descend enough to the humours of his people to make himself and his notions more acceptable to them. This, in a government that has so much of freedom as ours, was more necessary than he was inclined to believe. He did not like contradiction,...
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The Literature and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 2

Abraham Mills - 1851
...too much to that, and that he did not descend enough to the humours of his people, to make himself and his notions more acceptable to them. This, in a government that has so much of freedom in it as ours, was more necessary than ho was inclined to believe. His reservedness...
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The Literature and the Literary Men of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 2

Abraham Mills - 1858
...too much to that, and that he did not descend enough to the humours of his people, to make himself and his notions more acceptable to them. This, in a government that has so much of freedom in it as ours, was more necessary than he was inclined to believe. His reservedness...
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A class-book of English prose, with biogr. notices, explanatory notes and ...

Robert Demaus - 1859
...trusted too much to that, and that he did not descend enough to the humours of his people to make himself and his notions more acceptable to them. This, in a government that has so much 1 1f freedom in it as ours, was more necessary than he was inclined to believe. His reservedness...
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The prose and prose writers of Britain, from Chaucer to Ruskin

Robert Demaus - 1860
...trusted too much to that, and that he did not descend enough to the humours of his people to make himself and his notions more acceptable to them. This, in a government that has so much of freedom in it as ours, was more necessary than he was inclined to believe. His reservedness...
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Choice specimens of English literature, selected and arranged by T.B. Shaw ...

Thomas Budd Shaw, sir William Smith - 1864
...trusted too much to that, and that he did not descend enough to the humours of his people to make himself and his notions more acceptable to them. This, in a government that has so much of freedom in it as ours, was more necessary than he was inclined to believe. His reservedness...
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