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Bancroft ' s relation of proceedings in Parliament must be taken with some
allowance ; for even when his authority seems to have been the Parliamentary
History , he now and then omits qualifying clauses from speeches , and thus
makes men ...
not be more cocksure . In his pursuit of knowledge Burke seems to have been
rather unsystematic . Of his fits of “ madness ” over various studies he wrote : “
First I was greatly taken with natural philosophy , which , while I should have
given my ...
At this exclusion he seems to have been bitterly mortified , for thirteen years later
he wrote : “ There were few indeed that did not at that time acknowledge . . . that
no man in the kingdom better deserved an honorable provision should be made
The personality of Burke , which in his public life seems a little vague and distant ,
appears with more distinctness in his private life . As described by Madame D '
Arblay he was tall , his figure noble , his air commanding , his address graceful ...
1 This same ideal , which seems almost as far from realization to - day as it was
in 1797 , he presented again in almost his last piece of writing : “ Not . . . a sort of
England detached from the rest of the world , and amusing herself with the ...
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This well-crafted address was presented as a series of suggestions for a way to conciliate the American colonists and avoid a revolt. The common-sense points that Burke makes and the ways that he goes ... Прочетете пълната рецензия