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" I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush away the magnificent fabric of levity and gaiety he has reared; but I accuse our minister of honesty and diligence ; I deny that he is careless or rash : he is nothing more than a man of good understanding,... "
The Quarterly Review - Page 31
1875
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 30

Christianity - 1855
...Lycurgus of the Lower House. 1 am sorry to hurt any man's feeliugs, and to brush away the niagnificeut fabric of levity and gaiety he has reared ; but I accuse our minister of honesty and diligence. I deny that he is careless and rash : he is nothing more than a man of good understanding and good...
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The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith, Volume 3

Sydney Smith - English literature - 1844
...that his caution has more than once arrested the gigantic projects of the Lycurgus of the Lower House. I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush...but I accuse our minister of honesty and diligence ; I deny that he is careless or rash : he is nothing more than a man of good understanding, and good...
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The Works of the Rev. Sydney Smith, Volume 3

Sydney Smith - English literature - 1845
...that his caution has more than once arrested the gigantic projects of the Lycurgus of the Lower House. I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush...but I accuse our Minister of honesty and diligence; I deny that he is careless or rash: he is nothing more than a man of good understanding, and good principle,...
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Bentley's Miscellany, Volume 17

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - English literature - 1845
...that his caution has more than once arrested the gigantic projects of the Lycurgus of the Lower House. I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush...but I accuse our Minister of honesty and diligence ; I deny that he is careless or rash : he is nothing more than a man of good understanding, and good...
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The Prospective Review: A Quarterly Journal of Theology and Literature, Volume 1

Literature - 1845
...that his caution has more than once arrested the gigantic products of the Lycurgus of the Lower House. I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush...but I accuse our Minister of honesty and diligence ; I deny that he is careless or rash ; he is nothing more than a man of good understanding, and good...
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The People's review of literature and politics, ed. by friends of 'order and ...

1850
...that his caution has more than once arrested the gigantic projects of the Lycurgus of the Lower House. I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush...but I accuse our Minister of honesty and diligence ; I deny that he is either careless or rash ; he is nothing more than a man of good understanding,...
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The Modern British Essayists: Smith, Sydney. Works

English essays - 1852
...that his caution has more than once arrested the gigantic projects of the Lycurgus of the Lower House. I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush...but I accuse our minister of honesty and diligence ; I deny that he is careless or rash : he is nothing more than a man of good understanding, and good...
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Selections from the Writings ...

Rev. Sidney Smith - English essays - 1854
...that his caution has more than once arrested the gigantic projects of the Lycurgus of the Lower House. I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush...but I accuse our Minister of honesty and diligence: I deny that he is careless or rash : he is nothing more than a man of good understanding, and good...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volumes 29-30

Christianity - 1855
...his caution has more than once arrested the gigantic projects of the Lycurgus of the Lower House. 1 am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush away the lagnificent fabric of levity and gaiety he has reared ; but I accuse our inistcr of honesty and diligence....
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Wit and Wisdom of the Rev. Sydney Smith

Sydney Smith - Authors, English - 1856 - 458 pages
...that his caution has more than once arrested the gigantic projects of the Lycnrgus of the Lower House. I am sorry to hurt any man's feelings, and to brush away the magnificent fabric of levity and gayety he has reared ; but I accuse our minister of honesty and diligence ; I deny that he is careless...
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