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" No man lived who had a stronger sense of justice, or who felt more indignant at the violation of truth or morality. On such occasions alone, when justice or morality were attacked, was the gentleness of his character disturbed. "
Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of ... - Page 116
1868
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 165

English essays - 1839
...but seldom. His writings were those of a gentleman and a scholar, correct, precise, and forcible. No man lived who had a stronger sense of justice, or...occasions alone, when justice or morality were attacked, wag the gentleness of his character disturbed. He remembered no injuries, and was forgiving and kind....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 165-166

Early English newspapers - 1839
...but seldom. His writings were those of a gentleman and a scholar, correct, precise, and forcible. No man lived who had a stronger sense of justice, or...violation of truth or morality. On such occasions aloue, when justice or morality were attacked, was the gentleness of his character disturbed. He remembered...
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The Admission Register of the Manchester School: With Some ..., Volume 73

Manchester (England). Grammar school - Manchester (England) - 1868
...but seldom. His writings were those of a gentleman and scholar — correet, preeise, and foreible. Xo man lived who had a stronger sense of justice, or...indignant at the violation of truth or morality. On such oceasions alone, when justice or morality were attacked, was the gentleness of his character disturbed....
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Historic Houses in Bath, and Their Associations, Volume 2

Robert Edward Myhill Peach - Bath (England) - 1884
...man ever lived who had a stronger sense of justice, or felt more indignant at the violation of duty or morality. On such occasions alone, when justice...were attacked, was the gentleness of his character disturlied. He remembered no injuries, and was forgiving and kind. By his family he was deeply and...
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Historic Houses in Bath, and Their Associations, Volume 2

Robert Edward Myhill Peach - Bath (England) - 1884
...man ever lived who had a stronger sense of justice, or felt more indignant at the violation of duty or morality. On such occasions alone, when justice...gentleness of his character disturbed. He remembered no injuries, and was forgiving and kind. By his family he was deeply and affectionately beloved, snd by...
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Baptismal records of members of the Falconer family in the 17th ..., Volume 5

1860
...but seldom. His writings were those of a gentleman and a scholar, correct, precise, and forcible. No man lived who had a stronger sense of justice, or...attacked, was the gentleness of his character disturbed. Ho remembered no injuries, and was forgiving and kind. By his family he was deeply and affectionately...
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