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" French historian) says, that he was a man of great courage and boldness, of a ready wit, and of a fine taste in polite learning, as well as of good experience in matters of war. "
Sylva: Or, The Wood: Being a Collection of Anecdotes, Dissertations ... - Page 230
by Ralph Heathcote - 1786 - 315 lehte
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The Guardian, 1. köide

Sir Richard Steele, Joseph Addison - 1714 - 348 lehte
...remaining part of his Life amongft them in great Eftcem. Mezerty (tho frmch Hiftarian) fays, that ne was a Man of great Courage and Boldnefs, of a ready Wit, and of a fiae Tafte in Polite Learning, as well as of good Experience in Matters of War. THE THE Son of this...
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The Guardian, 1. köide

Rob Steele - 1740
...remaining part of his Lifeamongft them in great EAeem. Mexeray (the French Hiftorian) fays, that he was a Man of great Courage and Boldnefs, of a ready Wit,...Polite Learning, as well as of good Experience in M alters of War. THE Son of this Daubigni was Father to the prefent Madam Main tenon. This Gentleman...
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The Guardian, 1. köide

1747
...remaining part of his Life amongft them in great Efleem. Mezeray (the French Hiftorian) fays, that he was a Man of great Courage and Boldnefs, of a ready Wit,...Learning, as well as of good Experience in Matters of War. THE Sen of this Daubigne was Father to the prefent Madam Maintenon. This Gentleman was thrown into...
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A New and General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an ..., 8. köide

1762
...remaining part of his life among them in great efteem. Mezeray, the French hiftorian, fays, that " he was a man of great " courage and boldnefs, of a ready...polite learning, as well as of good experience in mat" ters of war." The fon of this Daubigne was the father of madam de Maintenon ; her mother the daughter...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, 3. köide

1786
...misfortunes, became the wife of Lewis XIV. She was of an ancient family, her name Frances Daubigné ; and Mezeray fpeaks of M. Daubigne her grandfather,...courage and boldnefs, of a ready wit, and of a fine talle in polite learning, as well as of good experince in matters of war.' She is faid to have been...
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Select British Classics, 37. köide

1803
...historian) says, that he was a man of great courage and boldness, of a ready wit, and of a fine taste in polite learning, as well as of good experience in matters of war. The son of this Daubigne was father to the present Madame Maintenon. This gentleman was thrown into...
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The British essayists; with prefaces by A. Chalmers, 16. köide

British essayists - 1802
...historian) says, that he was a man of great courage and boldness, of a ready wit, and of a fine taste in polite learning, as well as of good experience in matters of war. " The son of this Daubigne was father to the present madam Maintenon. This gentleman was thrown into...
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The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ...

1815
...Mezeray says, that " he was a man of great courage and boldness, of a ready wit, and of a fine taste in polite learning, as well as of good experience in matters of war." The son of this d'Auhigne was the father of madam de Maintenon ; her mother tte daughter of Peter de...
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The General Biographical Dictionary:: Containing an Historical and Critical ...

1815
...Mezeray says, that " he was a man of great courage and boldness, of a ready wit, and of a fine taste in polite learning, as well as of good experience in matters of war," The son of this d'Aubign6 was the father of madam de Maintenon ; her mother the daughter of Peter de...
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The British Essayists: Guardian

James Ferguson - 1819
...historian) says, that he was a man of great courage and boldness, of a ready wit, and of a fine taste in polite learning, as well as of good experience in matters of war. ' The son of this Daubigne was father to the present Madam Maintenoo. This gentleman was thrown into...
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