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" ... spoke copiously and powerfully about Cicero. He had read, and he had understood, the four orations of Demosthenes, read and taught in our public schools. He was at home in Virgil and in Horace. I cannot speak positively about Homer, — but I am very... "
The Dublin University Magazine - Strona 473
1837
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Memoirs of the life of ... Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Tom 1

Thomas Moore - 1825
...cannot speak positively about Homer, — but I am very sure that he read the Iliad now and then ; not as a professed scholar would do, critically, but with...himself, — his movements were rapid but irregular. " Let me assure you that Richard, when a boy, was by no means vicious. The sources of his infirmities...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Tom 1

Thomas Moore - 1825 - Liczba stron: 543
...cannot speak positively about Homer, — but I am very sure that he read the Iliad now and then ; not as a professed scholar would do, critically, but with...himself, — his movements were rapid but irregular. " Let me assure you that Richard, when a boy, was by no means vicious. The sources of his infirmities...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Tom 1

Thomas Moore - 1825
...cannot speak positively about Homer, — but I am very sure that he read the Iliad now and then ; not as a professed scholar would do, critically, but with...what he once knew, but his path to knowledge was his own,—his steps were noiseless, — his progress was scarcely felt by himself, — his movements were...
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Memoirs of the life of ... Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Tom 1

Thomas Moore - 1825
...cannot speak positively about Homer, —but I am very sure that he read the Iliad now and then; not as a professed scholar would do, critically, but with...poet. * Richard did not, and could not forget what he onceknew, but his path to knowledge washisown,—his steps were noiseless,—his progress was scarcely...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Right Honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Tom 2

Thomas Moore - 1825 - Liczba stron: 602
...cannot speak positively about Homer, — but I am very sure that he read the Iliad now and then ; not as a professed scholar would do, critically, but with...reading a poet.* Richard did not, and could not forget • It was not one of the least of the triumphs of Sheridan's talent, to have been able to persuade...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Tom 95

1825
...Hun. RB Sheridan. [Oct. ' and coultl not forget what he once knew, but his I'utti to knowledge waa his own, — his steps were noiseless, — his progress...himself, — his movements were rapid but irregular. " ' Let me assure you that Richard, when a hoy, was by no means vicious. The sources of his infirmities...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Tom 95,Część 2;Tom 138

1825
...cannot speak positively about Homer — but Iain very sure that he read the Iliad now and then ; not as a professed scholar would do, critically, but with...all the strong sympathies of a poet reading a poet t . Richard did not, * Vol. LXXXVI. part ¡ip 84. •f* It was one of the least of the triumphs of...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Tom 95,Część 2;Tom 138

1825
...by Mr. and could not forget what he once knew, but his path in knowledge was his own, — his stepa were noiseless, — his progress was scarcely felt...himself, — his movements were rapid but irregular. " ' Let me assure you that Richard, when a )my, was by no means vicioui. The sources nf his infirmities...
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Annual Register

1826
...cannot speak positively about Homer — but I am very sure that he read the Iliad now and then ; not as a professed scholar would do, critically, but with...himself — his movements were rapid but irregular. " Letmeassureyou that Richard, when a boy, was by no means vicious. The sources of his infirmities...
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Annual Register, Tom 67

Edmund Burke - 1826
...I cannot speak positively about Homer-^but I am very sure that he read the Iliad now and then ; not as a professed scholar would do, critically, but with...himself — his movements were rapid but irregular. " Letmeassureyou that Richard, when a boy, was by no means vicious. The sources of his infirmities...
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