| 1805
...particularly to have enabled him to employ his taknts so much to his own and die public advantage, **was the regular allotment of his time to particular occupations, and a scrupulous adherence to** die distribution which he had fixed ; hence all his studies were pursued widiout interruption or confusion.... | |
| 1798
...particularly to have enabled him, to employ his talents so much to his own and the public advantage, **was the regular allotment of his time to particular...adherence to the distribution which he had fixed;** hence, all his studies were pursued without interruption or confusion: nor can I here omit remarking,... | |
| 1799
...particularly to have enabled him to employ his talents fo much to his own and the public advantage, **was the regular allotment of his time to particular occupations, and a** fcrupulous adherence to the difliibution which he had fixed ; hence, all his (Indies were purfued without... | |
| Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel - 1804
...particularly to have enabled him to employ his talents so much to his own, and the public advantage, **was the regular allotment of his time to particular...adherence to the distribution •which he had fixed** ; hence all his studies were pursued without interruption or confusion. Nor can I omit remarking, the... | |
| John Shore Baron Teignmouth - 1806 - Страниц: 531
...employ his ta» Jents so much to his own and the public advantage, was the regular allotment of 850 **his time to particular occupations, and a scrupulous adherence to the distribution which he had fixed** ; hence all his studies were pursued without interruption or confix sioii*. Nor can I omit remarking... | |
| 1806
...him w employ his talents so much to Us owe and the public advantage, was the regular allotment of bis **time to particular occupations, and a scrupulous adherence to the. distribution, which he had fixed.** Hence all his studies were pursued without interruption or confusion." We cannot perhaps more usefully... | |
| Asiatic Society of Bengal - 1807
...particularly to have enabled him to employ his talents so much to his own and the public advantage, **was the regular allotment of his time to particular...scrupulous adherence to the distribution which he had fixed** ; hence, all his studies were pursued without interruption or confusion : nor can I here omit remarking,... | |
| John Shore Baron Teignmouth, Sir William Jones - 1807
...particularly to have enabled him to employ his talents fo much to his own and the public advantage, **was the regular allotment of his time to particular occupations, and a** fcrupulous adherence to the diftribution which he had fixed ; hence, all his ftudies were purfued without... | |
| Sir William Jones - 1807
...particularly to have enabled him to employ his talents fo much to his own and the public advantage, **was the regular allotment of his time to particular occupations, and a** fcrupulous adherence to the diftribution which he had fixed ; hence all his ftudies were purfued without... | |
| 1843
...particularly to have enabled him to employ his talents so much to his own and the public advantage, **was the regular allotment of his time to particular...adherence to the distribution which he had fixed;** hence, all his studies were pursued without interruption or confusion: nor can I here omit remarking... | |
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