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" ... a certain eccentricity and want of worldly prudence in my uncle's character, that involved him in distresses, and reduced him to situations uncongenial with his feelings, and unpropitious to the cultivation and encouragement of his talents. "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 112
1807
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...in HIV uncle's character, that involved him in distresses, and reduced him to situations uncon enuil with his feelings, and unpropitious to the cultivation...the late lord Orford, had too much of the bitter of dependence in it to be gratifying to the taste of a man of his spirit and sensibility; the one could...
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Annual Register, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...uncle's character, that involved him in distresses, and reduced him to situations uncoil enial wit li his feelings, and unpropitious to the cultivation...talents. His connexion with Mr. Horace Walpole, the Lite lord Orford, had too much of the bitter of dependence in it to be gratifying to the taste of -...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1809
...in distresses, ! .re-- duced him to situations uncongenial with his feelings, and unpropitioua to the cultivation and encouragement of his talents. His connexion with, Mr. Horace Walpole, the lale lord Orford, had too much vf the bitter of dependence in it to be gratifying to the taste^fa man...
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Memoirs of Richard Cumberland: Written by Himself. Containing an Account of ...

Richard Cumberland - 1856 - 397 pages
...worldly prudence in my uncle's character, that involved him in distresses, and reduced him to situations uncongenial with his feelings, and unpropitious to...cultivation and encouragement of his talents. His connection with Mr. Horace Walpole, the late Lord Orford, had too much of the bitter of dependence...
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MEMOIRS OF RICHARD CUMBERLAND

HENRY FLANDERS - 1856
...worldly prudence in my uncle's character, that involved him in distresses, and reduced him to situations -uncongenial with his feelings, and unpropitious to...cultivation and encouragement of his talents. His connection with Mr. Horace Walpole, the late Lord Orford, had too much of the bitter of dependence...
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The Letters of Horace Walpole: Earl of Orford, Volume 2

Horace Walpole - 1861
...uncle's character, that involved him in distresses, and reduced him to situations uncongenial with bis feelings, and unpropitious to the cultivation and...the late Lord Orford, had too much of the bitter of dependence in it to be gratifying to the taste of a man of his spirit and sensibility ; the one could...
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The Letters of Horace Walpole, Fourth Earl of Orford, Volume 2

Horace Walpole - 1891
...involved him in distresses, and reduced him to situations uncongenial with his feelings, and uupropitious to the cultivation and encouragement of his talents. His connexion with Mr. Horace Walpole, the la** Lord Orford, had too much of the bitter of dependence in it to be gratifying to the taste of a...
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The Letters of Horace Walpole: Fourth Earl of Orford, Volume 2

Horace Walpole - 1906
...worldly prudence, in my uncle's character, that involved him in distresses, and reduced him to situations uncongenial with his feelings, and unpropitious to...the late Lord Orford, had too much of the bitter of dependence in it to be gratifying to the taste of a man of his spirit and sensibility ; the one could...
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Richard Cumberland: His Life and Dramatic Works

Stanley Thomas Williams - 1917 - 365 pages
...29 Letters of Horace Walpole, Toynbee ed., 13.271. flattery. He considered that his uncle Bentley's 'connexion with Mr. Horace Walpole, the late Lord...bitter of dependance in it to be gratifying to the taste of a man of his spirit and sensibility; the one,' he says, 'could not be abject, and the other,...
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Annual Register, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...him in distresses, and reduced him to situations uncoil eiiial with his feelings, and tmpropitious to the cultivation and encouragement of his talents. His connexion with Mr. Horace Walpole, the laic lord Orford, had too much of the bitter of dependence in it to be gratifying to the taste of ...
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