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" With a kind of mild disdain, and philosophick tranquillity, he kept aloof from a world, for which the delicacy of his feelings, the purity of his integrity, and the intuitive discernment with which he saw into character, in a manner disqualified him,... "
Letters from the Mountains: Being the Real Correspondence of a Lady, Between ... - Page 180
by Anne MacVicar Grant - 1806
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 3, Part 2

1807
...intuitive discernment with which he saw into character, in a manner disqualified him, that is, for enjoying it : for who can enjoy the world without deceiving or being deceived ? But recollection* crpwd upon me, and I wander. I say, to be all the world to this •uperior mind, to constitute...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 31

1808
...feelings, the purity of his integrity, and the intuitive discernment with which he faw into character, in. a manner difqualified him, that is, from enjoying...the world without deceiving or being deceived ? But recolicftions crowd on m?, and I wander. J fay, to be all .the world to this fupenor mind, to conftitute...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 31

English literature - 1808
...feelings, the purity of his integrity, and the intuitive discernment with which he faw into character, in a manner difqualified him, that is, from enjoying it; for who pan enjoy the world without deceiving or being deceived ? But recollections crowd on me, and I wander....
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Select Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of the Foreign Magazines, Volume 1

Enos Bronson - Literature, Modern - 1809
...integrity, and the intuitive discernment with which he saw into character, in a manner disqualified him, that is, from enjoying it ; for who can enjoy...deceived ? But recollections crowd on me, and I wander. I say, to be all the world to this superiour mind ; to constitute his happiness for twenty years, now...
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Select Reviews, Volumes 1-2

1809
...integrity, and the intuitive discernment with which he saw into character, in я. мимег disqualified him, that is, from enjoying it ; for who can enjoy the world witio'it deceiving1 or being deceived But recollections crowd on me, and I wander. I uy, to be all...
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Transactions, Volume 15

Gaelic Society of Inverness, Inverness Gaelic Society - Celtic literature - 1890
...integrity, and the intuitive discernment with which lie saw into character, in a manner disqualified him — that is, from enjoying it. For who can enjoy the world without deceiving or being deceived 1 But recollections crowd on me, and I wander. I say, to be all the world to this superior mind, to...
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The Highland Monthly, Volume 1

1890
...integrity, and the intuitive discernment with which he saw into character, in a manner disqualified him — that is, from enjoying it ; for who can enjoy the world deceiving or being deceived?" Judge, then, if this good parson, this refined and cultivated gentleman,...
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Transactions, Volumes 15-16

Celts - 1890
...integrity, and the intuitive discernment with which he saw into character, in a manner disqualified him — that is, from enjoying it. For who can enjoy...deceived ? But recollections crowd on me, and I wander. I say, to be all the world to this superior mind, to constitute his happiness for twenty years, now vanished...
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The Scot's Magazine

Scotland - 1900
...integrity, and the intuitive discernment with which he saw into character, in a manner disqualified him — that is from enjoying it ; for who can enjoy the world deceiving or being deceived ? " Judge, then, if this good parson, this refined and cultivated gentleman,...
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