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" But the perverseness of a mean and narrow intellect are like the excrescences that grow upon a body naturally cold and dark : no fire to waste them, and no ray to enlighten, they assimilate and coalesce with those qualities so congenial to their nature,... "
Biographia Hibernica: A Biographical Dictionary of the Worthies of Ireland ... - Page 327
1821
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1806
...perversenesses of a mean and narrow intellect are like the excrescences thai grow upon a body naturally cold am! 'dark ; no fire to waste them, and no ray to enlighten,...and acquire an incorrigible permanency in the union wit!\ kimlr.-M frost and kindred "opacity. Nor indeed, my Lord», except where the interest of millions...
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An Address to the British Public: On the Case of Brigadier-General Picton ...

Edward Alured Draper - Trinidad - 1806 - 282 pages
...perversenesses " of a mean and narrow intellect are like the " excrescences that grow upon a body natu" rally cold and dark, no fire to waste them, " and no ray...congenial to " their nature, and acquire an incorrigible per" manency in the union with kindred frost and "kindred opacity. Nor indeed, Mr. Garrow, " except...
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 4

Nathaniel Chapman - Great Britain - 1807
...but the perversenesses of a mean and narrow intellect, is like the excrescences that grow upon a body naturally cold and dark : no fire to waste them, and...where the interest of millions can be affected by the folly or the vice of an individual, need it be much regretted that to things not worthy of being made...
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 4

Nathaniel Chapman - Great Britain - 1807
...but the perversenesses of a mean and narrow intellect, is like the excrescences that grow upon a body naturally cold and dark : no fire to waste them, and...where the interest of millions can be affected by the folly or the vice of an individual, need it be much regretted that to things not worthy of being made...
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Speeches of John Philpot Curran, Esq: With a Brief Sketch of the ..., Volume 2

John Philpot Curran - Ireland - 1811
...but the perversenesses of a mean and narrow intellect is like the excrescences that grow upon a body naturally cold and dark;; no fire to waste them, and...where the interest of millions can be affected by the folly or the vice of an individual, need it be much regretted that to things not worthy of being made...
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Speeches of John Philpot Curran, Esq: With a brief sketch of the ..., Volume 2

John Philpot Curran - Ireland - 1811
...the perversenesses of a mean and narrow intellect is like the ex« crescences that grow upon a body naturally cold and dark{ no fire to waste them, and no ray to enlighten, they assirrti256 SPEECH OF MR. CfjRRAN late and coalesce with those qualities so congenial to their nature,...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 5; Volume 23

William Hendry Stowell - 1816
...but the perverseness of a mean and narrow intellect is like the excrescences that grow upon a body naturally cold and dark : no fire to waste them and...congenial to their nature, and acquire an incorrigible permanence in the union with kindred frost and opacity. Nor indeed, my Lords, except where the interest...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1816
...the excrescences that grow upon a body naturally cold and dark: no fire to .waste them and no raj' to enlighten, they assimilate and coalesce with those...congenial to their nature, and acquire an incorrigible permanence in the union with kindred frost and opacity. Nor indeed,, my Lords, except where the ujterest...
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Memoirs of the Legal, Literary, and Political Life of the Late the Right ...

William O'Regan - Lawyers - 1817 - 315 pages
...the perversenesses of a mean and narrow. intellect, are like the excrescences that grow upon a body naturally cold and dark ; no fire to waste them, and...where the interest of millions can be affected by the folly or the vice of an individual, need it be much regretted, that to things not worthy of being made...
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Memoirs of the legal, literary, and political life of ... John Philpot Curran

William O'Regan - 1817 - 315 pages
...the excrescences that grow upon a body naturally cold and dark ; no fire to waste them, and no fay to enlighten, they assimilate and coalesce with those...the union with kindred frost and kindred opacity. Kor indeed, my lords, except where the interest of millions can be affected by the folly or the vice...
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