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" He was exceedingly courteous and affable, even to the lowest, and never despised any man for want of capacity, but always expressed freely his resentment against any immorality or impiety. He not only shewed a great and constant regard to religion in... "
The Monthly Review - PÓgina 375
per Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1813
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The Cabinet: Or, Monthly Report of Polite Literature, Volum 4

1808
...and countrymen had not been more jealous than he of his and their glory. He was exceedingly courteous and affable, even to the lowest, and never despised...capacity, but always expressed freely his resentment •gainst any immorality or impiety. He not only shewed a great and constant regard to religion in...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1809
...countrymen had not been more jealous, than he, of his and their glory. He was exceedingly courteous and affable, even to the lowest, and never despised...resentment against any immorality or impiety. He not only shewed a great and constant regard to religion in general, as well by an exemplary course of life,...
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The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, Volum 4

1811
...friends and countrymen had not been more jealous of his and their glory. He was exceedingly courteous and affable, even to the lowest; and never despised...impiety. He not only showed a great and constant regard for religion in general, as well by an exemplary course of life as in all his writings, but was also...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volum 23

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...more jealous than he was of his own glory, and the honour of his country. He was exceedingly courteous and affable, even to the lowest, and never despised...but always expressed freely his resentment against immorality or impiety. He not only shewed a great and constant regard to religion in general, as well...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., Volum 2

1813
...more jealous than he was of his own glory, and the honour of his country. He was exceedingly courteous and affable, even to the lowest, and never despised...immorality or impiety. He not only showed a great and con>tant regard to religion in general, as well by an exemplary life as in all his writings, but was...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Volum 23

Alexander Chalmers - 1815
...more jealous than he was of his own glory, and the honour of his country. He was exceedingly courteous and affable, even to the lowest, and never despised...but always expressed freely his resentment against immorality or impiety. He not only shewed a great and constant regard to religion in general, as well...
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Illustrations of the Literary History of the Eighteenth Century ..., Volum 5

1822
...countrymen* had not been more jealous than he of his and their glory. He was exceedingly courteous and affable, even to the lowest, and never despised...resentment against any immorality or impiety. He not only shewed a great and constant regard to Religion in general, as well by an exemplary course of life as...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Volum 3

Noah Worcester - 1822
...esteemed Socinians, Lardner. was an avowed one." — Bishop WATSON, Theol. Tracts, Pref. 8. " He (Newton) not only showed a great and constant regard to religion...in all his writings, but was also a firm believer in Revealed Religion, as appears from many papers which he left behind him on this subject. But his...
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Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine, and Annals of Philosophy, Volum 1

1824
...jealous than he was of his own glory, and of the honour of his country. He was exceedingly courteous and affable even to the lowest, and never despised any man for want of capacity; and he always freely expressed bis resentment against immorality and impiety. He had such a mildness...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature

1831
...inclined to Unitarianism." Chalmers, in his Biographical Dictionary, tells us that " he not only shewed a great and constant regard to religion in general,...in all his writings, but was also a firm believer in revealed religion, with one exception, an important one indeed, that his sentiments on the doctrine...
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