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" ... is merely to follow out, in its progress, the development of the mind of a worldly and selfish, but not ungenerous or unkind, or truth-avoiding man. And it will be seen that the lamentable stage to which his logic at present has brought him... "
The History of Pendennis - Página 236
por William Makepeace Thackeray - 1850 - 392 páginas
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The Living Age ..., Volumen30

1851
...that the lamentable stage to which his logic has at present brought him, is one of general scepticism, and sneering acquiescence in the world as it is ;...qualified with scorn, in all things extant. The tastes and habite of such a man prevent him from being a boisterous demagogue, and his love of truth and dislike...
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The National Review, Volumen2

Richard Holt Hutton, Walter Bagehot - 1856
...which his logic at present has brought him, is one of general scepticism and sneering acquiescence iu the world as it is ; or if you like so to call it,...crude propositions, such as many loud reformers are constautly ready with ; much more of uttering downright falsehoods in arguing questions or abusing...
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Poems and Essays, Volumen2

William Caldwell Roscoe - 1860
...that the lamentable stage to which his logic at present has brought him, is one of general scepticism and sneering acquiescence in the world as it is ;...a belief qualified with scorn in all things extant If, seeing and acknowledging the lies of the world, Arthur, as see them you can with only too fatal...
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Poems and Essays, Volumen2

William Caldwell Roscoe - 1860
...that the lamentable stage to which his logic at present has brought him, is one of general scepticism and sneering acquiescence in the world as it is ; or if you like so to If, seeing and acknowledging the lies of the world, Arthur, as see them you can with only too fatal...
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The North British Review, Volúmenes40-41

1864
...stage to which his logic at present has brought him" (Arthur Pendeunis), "is one of general scepticism and sneering acquiescence in the world as it is ;...a belief qualified with scorn in all things extant .... And to what docs this easy and sceptical life lead a man ? Friend Arthur was a Sadducee, and the...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen81

1864
...stage to which his logic at present has brought him " (Arthur Pendennis) " ie one of general scepticism and sneering acquiescence in the world as it is ; or, if you like во to call it, a belief qualified with scorn in all things extant. . . . And to what does this eaay...
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Spare Hours: John Leech, Marjorie Fleming and other papers

John Brown - 1866
...stage to which his logic at present has brought him" (Arthur Pendennis) "is one of general scepticism and sneering acquiescence in the world as it is ;...a belief qualified with scorn in all things extant And to what does this easy and sceptical life lead a man ? Friend Arthur was a Sadducee, and the Baptist...
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Spare Hours

John Brown - 1866 - 426 páginas
...stage to which his logic at present has brought him" (Arthur Pendennis) "is one of general scepticism and sneering acquiescence in the world as it is ;...a belief qualified with scorn in all things extant And to what does this easy and sceptical life lead a man ? Friend Arthur was a Sadducee, and the Baptist...
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anecdote biographies of thackeyray and dickens

richard henry stoddard - 1874
...seen that the lamentable stage to which his logic at present has brought him " (Arthur Pendennis) " is one of general skepticism and * sneering acquiescence...a belief qualified with scorn in all things extant And to what does this easy and skeptical life lead a man ? Friend Arthur was a Sadducee, and the Baptist...
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Anecdote Biographies of Thackeray and Dickens

Richard Henry Stoddard - 1875 - 305 páginas
...seen that the lamentable stage to which his logic at present has brought him" (Arthur Pendennis) " is one of general skepticism and sneering acquiescence...a belief qualified with scorn in all things extant And to what does this easy and skeptical life lead a man ? Friend Arthur was a Sadducee, and the Baptist...
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