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" But to those to whom he more immediately belonged, — who lived in his society, and enjoyed his conversation, it is not, perhaps, the character in which he will be most frequently recalled— most deeply lamented — or even most highly admired. Independently... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Página 462
1819
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volumen 12

1823
...lamented — or even most highly admired. Independently of his great attainments in mechanics, Mr Walt was an extraordinary, and in many respects a wonderful...had read so much, or remembered what he had read so accurately and so well. He had infinite quickness of apprehension, a prodigious memory, and a certain...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volumen 84

1819
...be most frequently recalled — most deeply lamented— or even most highly admired. Inde]>endently of his great attainments in mechanics, Mr Watt was...no individual in his age possessed so much and such varitd and exact information, — had read so much, or remembered what he had read so accurately and...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen 12

Walter Scott - 1823
...Independently of his great attainments in mechanics, Mr Watt was an ex. traordinary, and in many respects^ wonderful man. Perhaps no individual in his age possessed...had read so much, or remembered what he had read so accurately and so well. He had infinite [CHAP. 2. quickness of apprehension, a prodigious memory, and...
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Historical and Descriptive Anecdotes of Steam-engines, and of ..., Volumen 2

Robert Stuart - 1829
...to be almost as remarkable, as he was for the powers of his invention. Few individuals of his elass possessed " so much, and such varied, and exact information, had read so much, or remembered what he read so accurately and so well. His information was general. That he should have been intimately and...
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The pursuit of knowledge under difficulties [by G.L. Craik].

George Lillie Craik - 1831 - 427 páginas
...character that has been drawn of him by the eloquent writer (Mr. Jeffrey) whom we have already quoted. " Independently of his great attainments in mechanics,...had read so much, or remembered what he had read so accurately and well. He had infinite quickness of apprehension, a prodigious memory, and a certain...
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The Pursuit of Knowledge Under Difficulties: Illustrated by Anecdotes, Volumen 2

George Lillie Craik - 1831
...character that has been drawn of him by the eloquent writer (Mr Jeffrey) whom we have already quoted. ' Independently of his great attainments in mechanics,...had read so much, or remembered what he had read so accurately and well. He had infinite quickness of apprehension, a prodigious memory, and a certain...
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The Gallery of Portraits: with Memoirs ...

1833
...those to whom he more immediately belonged, who lived in his society and enjoyed his conversation, this is not, perhaps, the character in which he will be...had read so much, or remembered what he had read so accurately and well. He had infinite quickness of apprehension, a prodigious memory, and a certain...
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The American First Class Book: Or, Exercises in Reading and Recitation ...

John Pierpont - 1835 - 480 páginas
...lamented^ — or even most highly admired. — Independently of his great train of attainments in the mechanics, Mr. Watt was an extraordinary, and in many...had read so much, or remembered what he had read so accurately and well. He had infinite quickness of apprehension, a prodigious memory, and a certain...
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Lives of eminent and illustrious Englishmen, ed. by G. G. Cunningham, Volumen 13

Englishmen - 1837
...he will be most frequently recalled, most deeply lamented, or even most highly admired. Independent of his great attainments in mechanics, Mr Watt was...had read so much, or remembered what he had read so accurately and so well. He had an infinite quickness of apprehension, a prodigious memory, and a certain...
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Distinguished Men of Modern Times ...: Gibbon to Wilberforce

1838
...to whom he more immediately belonged, who lived in his society, and enjoyed his conversation, this is not, perhaps, the character in which he will be...had read so much, or remembered what he had read so accurately and well. He had infinite quickness of apprehension, a prodigious memory, and a certain...
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