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" Though destitute of that bewitching affability of manners, which gained Francis the hearts of all who approached his person, he was no stranger to the virtues which secure fidelity and attachment. "
The Monthly Review - Página 89
1769
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THE MONTHLY REVIEW; OR,LITERARY JOURNAL

SEVERAL HANDS - 1769
...of that bewitching affability of manners, which gained Francis the hearts of all who approached his perfon, he was no ftranger to the virtues which fecure...the generals who conducted his armies may be placed en a, level with thofe illuftrious perfonages, who have attained the higheft eminence of military glory;...
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The history of the reign of the Emperor Charles V.

William Robertson - 1769
...deftituteof that bewitching affability of manners, which gained Francisthe hearts of all who approached his perfon, he was no ftranger to the virtues which fecure...Almoft all the generals who conducted his armies may be pkced on a level with thofe - illuftrious perfonages, who have attained the higheft eminence of military...
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An historical miscellany

Historical miscellany - 1774
...of that bewitching affability of manner, which gained Francis the hearts of all who approached his perfon ; he was no ftranger to the virtues which fecure...unbounded confidence in his generals ; he rewarded their fen ices with munificence ; he neither envied their fame, nor ilifcovered anyjea-- loufy of their power....
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.

William Robertson - 1777
...of that bewitching affability of manners, which gained Francis the hearts of all who approached his pe.rfon, he was no ftranger to the virtues which fecure...with munificence ; he neither envied their fame, nor dilcovered any jealoufy of their power. Almoft all the generals who conducted his armies, may be placed...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.: With a View of ..., Volumen4

William Robertson - 1782
...of that bewitching aflability of manners, which gained Francis the hearts of all who approached his perfon, he was no ftranger to the virtues which fecure...unbounded confidence in his generals; he rewarded B xio K *^eir fervices w*tn munificence; he neither envied K_- ^ — their fame, nor difcovered any...
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The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V.: With a View of the ...

William Robertson - 1787
...of that bewitching affability of manners, which gained Francis the hearts of all who approached his perfon, he was no ftranger to the virtues which fecure fidelity and attachment. He placed un-- bounded confidence in his generals ; he rewarded fervices with munificence ; he neither envied...
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The history of Spain: from the establishment of the colony of Gades by the ...

Charles John Ann Hereford - 1793
...ftranger to the virtues which fecure fidelity and attachment. He placed unbounded confiS a dence dence in his generals; he rewarded their fervices with munificence ; he neither envied their fame, nor \vasjealous of their power. But thefe qualities were fhaded by an unbounded ambition which exhauftcd...
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The History of Spain: From the Establishment of the Colony of Gades by the ...

1793
...bewitching affability of manners, which gained his rival Francis the hearts of all who approached him, he was no ftranger to the virtues which fecure fidelity and attachment. He placed unbounded confiobferved it, and felt, for the firft time, that he was no longer a monarch. He now difcovered...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose ..., Volumen2

1797 - 1120 páginas
...affability of manner, which gained Francis the hearts of all w ho approached his pcrfon, he was no ftrangcr to the virtues which fecure fidelity and attachment....with munificence ; he neither envied their fame, nor diicovered anyjealoufy of their power. Almofl all the generals who conducted his armies, may be placed...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose

Vicesimus Knox - 1797
...Francis the hearts of all who approached his pcricn, he was no liranger to the virtues which fecurc fidelity and attachment. He placed unbounded confidence in his generals; he rewarded their ft-rvices with munificence ; he neither envied their lame, nor difcovercd any jealoufy of their power....
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