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" ... law, which was the business I designed to follow, appeared nauseous to me, and I could think of no other way of pushing my fortune in the world but that of a scholar and philosopher. I was infinitely happy 'in this course of life for some months,... "
The North British Review - Page 486
1847
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The Living Age ..., Volume 10

1846
...course of life for some months ; till at last, about the beginning of September, 1729, all my ardor seemed in a moment to be extinguished, and I could no longer raise my mind to that pilch, which formerly gave me such excessive pleasure. I felt no uneasiness or want of spirits, when...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 13

Christianity - 1847
...happy 'in this course of life for some months, till at last, about the beginning of September, 1729, all my ardour seemed in a moment to be extinguished,...proceeded from a laziness of temper, which must be overcomeby redoubling my application. In this condition I remained for nine months, very uneasy to...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ecclesiastical ...

1847
...happy in this course of life for some months, till at last, about the beginning of September, 1729, all my ardour seemed in a moment to be extinguished,...pitch which formerly gave me such excessive pleasure. 1 felt no uneasiness or want of spirits when I laid aside my book, and therefore never imagined there...
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David Hume. Rapin de Thoyras. Catherine Macaulay. James Ralph. James ...

Eugene Lawrence - Historians - 1855
...course of life for some months, till, at last, about the beginning of September, 1729, all my ardor seemed in a moment to be extinguished, and I could...pitch, which formerly gave me such excessive pleasure." The young philosopher, perceiving his dream of enjoyment in study, thus suddenly vanish away, endeavored...
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New Biographies of Illustrious Men

Biography - 1857 - 408 pages
...course of life for some months; till at last, about the beginning of September, 1729, all my ardor seemed in a moment to be extinguished, and I could...pitch which formerly gave me such excessive pleasure In this condition I remained for nine months very uneasy to myself, as you may At the early age of...
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New Biographies of Illustrious Men

Biography - 1857 - 408 pages
...course of life for some months ; till at last, about the beginning of September, 1729, all my ardor seemed in a moment to be extinguished, and I could...to that pitch which formerly gave me such excessive plcasure In this condition I remained for nine months very uneasy to myself, as you may At the early...
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New Biographies of Illustrious Men

Biography - 1857 - 408 pages
...course of life for some months ; till at last, about the beginning of September, 1729, all my ardor seemed in a moment to be extinguished, and I could no longer raise my mind to that pitch \vhich formerly gave me such excessive pleasure In this condition I remained for nine months very uneasy...
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New Biographies of Illustrious Men

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - Biography - 1857 - 408 pages
...the beginning of September, 1729, all my ardor seemed in a moment to be extinguished, and I could ijo longer raise my mind to that pitch which formerly gave me such excessive pleasure In this'condition I remained for nine months very uneasy to myself, as you may At the early age of...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review, Volume 14

Theology - 1865
...happy in this course of life for some months, till at last, about the beginning of September 1729, all my ardour seemed in a moment to be extinguished,...felt no uneasiness or want of spirits when I laid i The Crisis of his Life. 557 aside my book ; and therefore never imagined there was any bodily distemper...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 105

1869
...happy in this course of life for some months, till at last, about the beginning of September 1729, all my ardour seemed in a moment to be extinguished,...excessive pleasure. I felt no uneasiness or want of r'rits when I laid aside my book, and refore never imagined there -was any bodily distemper in the...
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