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" ... for five years together he was continually drunk : not all the while under the visible effect of it, but his blood was so inflamed, that he was not in all that time cool enough to be perfectly master of himself. "
Some Passages in the Life and Death of John Earl of Rochester, - Página 24
por Gilbert Burnet, Robert Parsons, Samuel Johnson - 1787 - 144 páginas
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Some Passages in the Life and Death of John Earl of Rochester, Written by ...

Gilbert Burnet - 1782 - 136 páginas
...told me, for five years together he was continually drunk ; not all the while under the vifible effeds of it, but his blood was fo inflamed, that he was not, in all that time, cool enough to be perfeftly mafter of himfelf. This led him to fay and do many wild and unaccountable things : by this,...
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Some Account of the Life and Death of John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester, who ...

Gilbert Burnet - 1812 - 144 páginas
...together, he was continually drunk : not all the while under the visible effect of it, but his blood was so inflamed, that he was not in all that time cool enough to be perfectly master of himself. This led him to say and do many wild and unaccountable things. By this, he said,...
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Ecclesiastical Biography: Or, Lives of Eminent Men, Connected with ..., Volumen6

1818
...together he was continually drunk : not all the while under the visible effect of it, but his blood was so inflamed, that he was not in all that time cool enough to be perfectly master of himself. This led him to say and do many wild and unaccountable things. By this, he said,...
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The lives of sir Matthew Hale and John earl of Rochester

Gilbert Burnet (bp. of Salisbury.) - 1820
...he was continually drunk ; not all the while under the visible effects of it, but his blood was so inflamed, that he was not, in all that time, cool enough to be perfectly master of himself. This led him to say and do many wild and unaccountable things : by this, he said,...
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Lives, Characters, and a Sermon Preached at the Funeral of the Hon. Robert Boyle

Gilbert Burnet - 1824 - 312 páginas
...he was continually drunk ; not all the while under thi1 visible effects of it, but his blood was so inflamed, that he was not in all that time cool enough to be perfectly master of himself. This led him to say and do many wild and unaccountable things ; by this he said...
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Lives of Sir Matthew Hale and John Earl of Rochester

Gilbert Burnet - 1829 - 330 páginas
...he was continually drunk ; not all the while under the visible effects of it, but his blood was so inflamed, that he was not, in all that time, cool enough to be perfectly master of himself. This led him to say and do many wild and unaccountable things : by this, he said,...
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Lives, characters, and an address to posterity. Ed. by J.Jebb

Gilbert Burnet (bp. of Salisbury.) - 1833
...he was continually drunk : not all the while under the visible effects of it, but his blood was so inflamed, that he was not, in all that time, cool enough to be perfectly master of himself. This led him to say, and do, many wild and unaccountable things. By this, he said,...
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Lives, Characters, and an Address to Posterity

Gilbert Burnet - 1833 - 386 páginas
...he was continually drunk : not all the while under the visible effects of it, but his blood was so inflamed, that he was not, in all that time, cool enough to be perfectly master of himself. This led him to say, and do, many wild and unaccountable things. By this, he said,...
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Bacchus, an essay on intemperance

Ralph Barnes Grindrod - 1843
...via» continually drunk; not all the while under the visible effect» of it, but hi» blood was so inflamed, that he was not, in all that time, cool enough to be perfect master of himself. This led him to say and do many wild and unaccountable things : by this,...
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The Illuminated Magazine, Volumen2

William James Linton - 1844
...fifteen he was, as he told Bishop Burnet, "continually drunk ;" in other words, that his blood was so inflamed that he was not, in all that time, cool enough to be perfectly master of himself. He found a ready reception at court — his father's name was familiar, perhaps...
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