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" Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of ornamental eloquence. His language was amazingly fine and flowing ; his voice admirable ; his action " most expressive ; his figure genteel and commanding. Bitter satire was his forte ; when he attempted... "
The Works, of the Right Honourable Sir Chas. Hanbury Williams ...: From the ... - Page 159
by Sir Charles Hanbury Williams - 1822
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The Works, of the Right Honourable Sir Chas. Hanbury Williams ..., Volume 2

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams - English literature - 1822
...Jack-a-dandy. Namby Patnby. Sic parvis componere magna solebam. VIKG. SINCE one hath writ To thee, O Pitt \ • Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of...where he chiefly shone was, exposing his own conduct ; haying waded through the most notorious apostacy in politics, he treated it with impudent confidence.—...
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The British review and London critical journal, Volume 19

1822
...author giyes the following sketches of their respective public and parliamentary qualifications. ..<< Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of...ridicule, which was very seldom, he succeeded happily ; when he attempted to reason, poorly. But where he chiefly shone, was in exposing his own conduct...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 92, Part 1; Volume 131

Early English newspapers - 1822
...last in a necessary connection, for no party would have any thing to do with either. " PITT AND Fox. " Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of...ridicule, which was very seldom, he succeeded happily ; when he attempted to reason, poorly. But where he chiefly shone, was in exposing his own conduct....
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The Album, Volume 1

Great Britain - 1822
...Pl&t a Dicu, madame, que ces fdssent des tours de page ! ces sont des tours de laquais et de coquins." Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of...figure genteel and commanding. Bitter satire was his fort: when he attempted ridicule, which was very seldom, he succeeded happily : when he attempted to...
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The Album, Volumes 1-2

1822
...t\ Dicu, marlamc, que ces fussent des tours de page ! ces sont des tours de laquats el dc coyttins." Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of...ornamental eloquence. His language was amazingly fine and flow ing; his voice admirable; his action most expressive; his figure genteel and commanding. Bitter...
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The Retrospective Review, Volume 7

Books - 1823
...or even - something worse ; and accordingly we find, that he speaks of it in the following terms. " Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of...ridicule, which was very seldom, he succeeded happily ; when he attempted to reason, poorly. But where he chiefly shone was in exposing his own conduct ;...
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Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - Bibliography - 1823
...folly, or even something worse ; and accordingly we find, that he speaks of it in the following terms. " Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of...ridicule, which was very seldom, he succeeded happily ; when he attempted to reason, poorly. But where he chiefly shone was in exposing his own - conduct...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 3

1823
...folly, or even something worse; and accordingly we find, that he speaks of it in the following terms. "Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters...ridicule, which was very seldom, he succeeded happily ; when he attempted to reason, poorly. But where he chiefly shone was in exposing his own conduct ;...
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The Retrospective Review, Volume 7

Books - 1823
...folly, or even something worse ; and accordingly we find, that he speaks of it in the following terms. " Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of...ridicule, which was very seldom, he succeeded happily ; when he attempted to reason, poorly. But where he chiefly shone was in exposing his own conduct ;...
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English party leaders and English parties, from Walpole to Peel, Volume 1

William Henry Davenport Adams - Great Britain - 1878
...Charles Hanbury Williams : — * Horace Walpole did not love him, but in another place he writes: " Pitt was undoubtedly one of the greatest masters of...ornamental eloquence ; his language was amazingly fine and glowing ; his voice admirable ; his action most expressive; his figure genteel and commanding; bitter...
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