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" THUS he lived, and thus he died, in the three and thirtieth year of his age. Nature had fitted him for great things, and his knowledge and observation qualified him to have been one of the most extraordinary men, not only of his nation, but of the age... "
Some Passages in the Life and Death of John Earl of Rochester, - Página 95
por Gilbert Burnet, Robert Parsons, Samuel Johnson - 1787 - 144 páginas
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Some Account of the Life and Death of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, who ...

Gilbert Burnet - 1812 - 144 páginas
...him for great things, and his knowledge and observation qualified him to have been one of the most extraordinary men not only of his nation, but of the...lived in ; and I do verily believe, that if God had though* fit to hgve continued him. 129 : . / longer is the world, he had been the wonder and delight...
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Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with ..., Volumen6

1818
...him for great things, and his knowledge and observation qualified him to have been one of the most extraordinary men, not only of his nation, but of...the age he lived in : and I do verily believe, that it God had thought fit to have continued him longer in the world, he had been the wonder and delight...
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Ecclesiastical Biography; Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with the ...

1839
...him for great things, and his knowledge and observation qualified him to have been one of the most extraordinary men, not only of his nation, but of...been the wonder and delight of all that knew him. 13ut the infinitely wise God knew better what was fit for him, and what the age deserved. For men who...
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A discourse of the pastoral care. revised; with notes by a member of the ...

Gilbert Burnet (bp. of Salisbury.) - 1840
...that He will receive him even in that extremity." Charity itself could but express a hope like this: " I do verily believe, that if God had thought fit to...the world, he had been the wonder and delight of all who knew him. 1 ' Charity itself could scarcely, without presumption, go so far as to affirm, " Now...
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Ecclesiastical biography; or Lives of eminent men, connected with ..., Volumen4

Christopher Wordsworth - 1853
...observation qualified him to have been oneofth? most extraordinary men, not only of his nation, but of the as he lived in : and I do verily believe, that if God had thought lit to have continued him longer in the world, he had been IK wonder and delight of all that knew him....
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Life of William Congreve

Edmund Gosse - 1888 - 192 páginas
...Burnet's decorous memoir. " His knowledge and observation qualified him to have been one of the most extraordinary men, not only of his nation, but of...been the wonder and delight of all that knew him," says the future Bishop of Salisbury, who has just before been giving us a report of how difficult it...
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The Debt to Pleasure: John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, in the Eyes of His ...

John Wilmot Earl of Rochester - 2002 - 141 páginas
...Master indeed, and not a bare trifler with wit . . .' one 'qualified ... to have been one of the most extraordinary men not only of his nation but of the age he lived in'.30 In the composite biography that follows the reader will find sufficient evidence to judge the...
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The Day of rest

1875
...qualified him to have been one of ^: most extraordinary men, not only of this nation, but of the t: ne lived in, and I do verily believe, that if God had thought P to have continued him longer in this world, he had been f£ »onder and delight of all who knew him....
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