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" I informed, because I pleased them : and many of them said that I had made the whole very clear to them ; when, God knows, I had not even attempted it. Lord Macclesfield, who had the greatest share in forming the bill, and who is one of the greatest mathematicians... "
The Letters of the Earl of Chesterfield to His Son - Page 130
by Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - 1901
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the monthly review or literay jouranl

Several Hands - 1774
...and aflronomers in Europe, fpoke afterwards, with infinite knowledge, and a!! the cleaornefs that lo intricate a matter would admit of: but as his words, his periods, and his utterance, were not near fo good as mine, the preference was mod unanimouily, though moft unju:r;,. given to me. This, will...
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Letters written by the ... earl of Chesterfield to his son, publ ..., Volume 3

Philip Dormer Stanhope (4th earl of Chesterfield.) - 1800
...Europe, fpoke afterwards- with infinite knowledge, and all the clearnefs that fo intricate a matter could admit of: but as his words, his periods, and his utterance, were not near fo good as mine, the preferencewas moft unanimoufly , though fnoft-unjuftly, given to me. This will...
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Letters Written by the Late Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of ...

Philip Dormer Stanhope - Philosophy, English - 1810
...when, pod kaoiw, J Jlad not *v* it. Lord Macclesaeld, whr had the greatest share in forming the hill, and who is one of the greatest mathematicians and...Europe, spoke afterwards with infinite knowledge, .and ll the clearness that so intricate a matter could fcilmit of: hut as his words, his periods, and...
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Letters written by the...earl of Chesterfield to his son; with ..., Volume 2

Philip Dormer Stanhope (4th earl of Chesterfield.) - 1813
...made the whole very elear to them ; when, God knows, I had not even attempted it. Lord Maeelesfield, who had the greatest share in forming the bill, and who is one of the .greatest mathematieians and astronomers in Europe, spoke afterwards with infinite knowledge, and all the elearness...
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The Quarterly visitor, conducted by W. Passman, Volume 2

William Passman - 1815
...the whole very clear to them, when God knows I had not even attempted it. Lord Macclesfield, who hud the greatest share in forming the bill, and who is•...greatest Mathematicians and Astronomers in Europe, spoke ftfterwaf ds with infinite knowledge, and all 150 THE QUARTERLY VISITOR. the clearness that so intricate...
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The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence

Law - 1834
...bill for the reformation of the Julian calendar, and spoke upon it, as Lord Chesterfield informs us, with infinite knowledge, and all the clearness that so intricate a matter would admit of; although Chesterfield himself, who introduced the bill into the House of Lords, conceived himself to...
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The Foreign quarterly review [ed. by J.G. Cochrane]., Volume 32

John George Cochrane - 1844
...made the whole very clear to them, when Goo. knows I had not even attempted it. Lord Macclesfield, who had the greatest share in forming the bill, and...words, his periods, and his utterance, were not near o good as mine, the preference was unanimously, though most unjustly, given to me. This will ever...
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The Foreign Quarterly Review, Volumes 32-33

1844
...knows I had not even attempted it. Lord Macclesfield, who had the greatest share in forming the hill, and who is one of the greatest mathematicians and...were not near so good as mine, the preference was unanimously, though most unjustly, given to me. This will ever be the case ; every numerous assembly...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 82

1845
...not even attempted it. Lord Macclesfield, who had the greatest share in framing the bin, and who iff one of the greatest mathematicians and astronomers...good as mine, the preference was most unanimously, thoogh most unjustly, given to me. This will ever be the case; every numerous assembly is a mob, let...
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Lives of Eminent English Judges of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

William Newland Welsby - Judges - 1846 - 565 pages
...bill for the reformation of the Julian calendar, and spoke upon it, aa Lord Chesterfield informs us, with infinite knowledge, and all the clearness that so intricate a matter would admit of; although Chesterfield himself, who introduced the bill into the House of Lords, conceived himself to...
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