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" The errors of Lord Byron arose neither from depravity of heart — for nature had not committed the anomaly of uniting to such extraordinary talents an imperfect moral sense — nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Стр. 566
1824
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Том 17

1825
...talents an imperfect moral sense, — nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand for the relief of distress ; arid no mind was ever more formed for the enthusiastic admiration of noble actions, providing he...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Том 3

1824
...talents an imperfect, moral sense, — nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand...literature, — its jealousies we mean, and its envy ; but his wonderful genius was of a nature which disdained restraint, even when restraint was most wholesome....
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The Pamphleteer, Том 24

Abraham John Valpy - 1824
...talents an imperfect moral sense, — nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand...literature, — its jealousies we mean, and its envy. But his wonderful genius was of a nature which disdained restraint, even when restraint was most wholesome....
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The Portfolio of Entertaining & Instructive Varieties in History ..., Том 3

1824
...talents an imperfect moral sense,— nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand...enthusiastic admiration of noble actions, providing he vras ewjvinced, that the actors bad, proceeded on disinterested principles. Lord Byron was totally...
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The life and genius of lord Byron. To which is prefixed A sketch on lord ...

Cosmo Gordon (sir.) - 1824
...talents an imperfect moral sense,—nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand...distress; and no mind was ever more formed for the enthousiastic admiration of noble actions, providing he was convinced that the actors had proceeded...
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Anecdotes of Lord Byron: From Authentic Sources with Remarks Illustrative of ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Alexander Kilgour - 1825 - Страниц: 207
...talents k an imperfect moral sense, — nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand...literature, — its jealousies we mean, and its envy ; but his wonderful genius was of a nature which disdained restraint, even when restraint was most wholesome....
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Anecdotes of lord Byron [by A. Kilgour].

1825
...talents an imperfect moral sense, — nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand...literature, — its jealousies we mean, and its envy ; but his wonderful genius was of a nature which disdained restraint, even when restraint was most wholesome....
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The Edinburgh Annual Register for 1824

ARCHIBALD CONSTABLE & CO. - 1825
...talents an imperfect moral sense, — nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand...literature, its jealousies we mean, and its envy. Bnt his wonderful genius was of a nature which disdained restraint, even when restraint was most wholesome....
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Correspondence of lord Byron, with a friend, including his letters to his ...

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1825
...extraordinary talents an imperfect moral sense—nor from feelings dead to the admiration of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand...was totally free from* the curse and degradation of literature—its jealousies. we mean, and its envy. But his wonderful genius was of a nature which...
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Memoirs of the life and writings of lord Byron

George Clinton (biographer of Byron.) - 1825
...talents an imperfect moral sense — nor from feelings dead to th... ntlnv r.tiim of virtue. No man had ever a kinder heart for sympathy, or a more open hand...providing he was convinced that the actors had proceeded upon disinterested principles. Lord Byron was totally free from the cnrse and degradation oF literature...
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