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" Quoted an excellent mot of somebody to Fontenelle, on the latter saying that he flattered himself he had a good heart — " Yes, my dear Fontenelle, you have as good a heart as can be made out of brains." In talking with Hallam afterwards, I put it to... "
Collected Papers (original and Reprinted) in Prose and Verse, 1842-1862 - Página 122
por Harriet Grote - 1862 - 293 páginas
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen99

1854
...— an ingenious defence of parliamentary corruption — like the pleading of a sophist. Burke gave the substance of the India Bill, and Pigot drew it...made " out of brains." ' ' In talking with Hallam afterward?, I put it to him why it was that this short way of expressing truths did not do with the...
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Memoirs, Journal, and Correspondence of Thomas Moore: Diary

Thomas Moore - 1853
...since suggested that it was from a game cock put on his mettle with bis honppe erect.* * * * Quoted an excellent mot of somebody to Fontenelle, on the...do with the world, often as it had been tried, even Rochefoucauld being kept alive chiefly by his ill-nature. There was in this one saying to Fontenelle...
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Memoirs, Journal, and Correspondence of Thomas Moore: Diary

Thomas Moore - 1853
...since suggested that it was from a game cock put on his mettle with his houppe erect.* * * * Quoted an excellent mot of somebody to Fontenelle, on the...do with the world, often as it had been tried, even Rochefoucauld being kept alive chiefly by his ill-nature. There was in this one saying to Fontenelle...
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Memoirs, Journal, and Correspondence of Thomas Moore: Diary

Thomas Moore - 1853
...since suggested that it was from a game cock put on his mettle with his Jiouppe erect.* * * * Quoted an excellent mot of somebody to Fontenelle, on the...In talking with Hallam afterwards, I put it to him, wJiy it was that this short way of expressing truths did not do with the world, often as it had been...
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Thomas Moore: The Poet, His Life and Works

Andrew James Symington - 1880 - 255 páginas
...1833.— "On Fontenelle saying that he flattered himself that he had a good heart, some one replied. ' Yes, my dear Fontenelle, you have as good a heart as can be made out of brains."' 13th Mar. 1833.— (Moore says of Sydney Smith):— "Sydney is, in his way, inimitable; and, as a conversational...
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The Complete Works of Brann, the Iconoclast ...

William Cowper Brann - 1919
...does not preach, he never laughs, never scolds, is never surprised. He shows, says Mr. Morley about " as good a heart as can be made out of brains." In my opinion, that sentence is the most terrible indictment in the book. It marks him as a monster worse...
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