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" He was a tall, elegant man in his person ; graceful and commanding in his manners. His voice was mellow and adapted to the expression of every passion. His style was magnificent and flowing. "
From its beginning to the death of President Swain, 1789-1868 - Page 5
by Kemp Plummer Battle - 1907
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The Library of American Biography, Volume 15

Jared Sparks - 1848
...and commanding in his manners. His voice was mellow and adapted to the expression of every passion. His style was magnificent and flowing. He had a greatness...public speaking, which suited his style, and gave his speeches an imposing effect. He was a laborious student, and arranged his discourses with care,...
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Contributions to American Educational History

Herbert Baxter Adams - 1888
...passion; his mind comprehensive yet slowiu its operations, when compared with his great rival [Alfred Moore] ; his style was magnificent and flowing; he...eloquence that astonished and enraptured his audience.' UNIVERSITY1 OP NORTH CAROLINA. more than thirty years have since elapsed, I have the most vivid recollection...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ..., Volume 8, Part 1

1888
...passion ; his mind comprehensive yet slow in its operations, when compared with his great rival [Alfred Moore]; his style was magnificent and flowing; he...eloquence that astonished and enraptured his audience.' " Judge Murphey says : ' I was present in the House of Commons when Davio addressed that body upon...
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Circular of Information of the Bureau of Education, for ..., Issues 1-3

United States. Bureau of Education - 1888
...when compared with his great rival [Alfred Moore] ; his style was magnificent and flowing; he liad a greatness of manner in public speaking which suited...eloquence that astonished and enraptured his audience.' UNIVERSITY1 OP Ж>ЕТН CAROLINA. more than thirty years have since elapsed, I have the most vivid...
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Thomas Jefferson and the University of Virginia, Issues 1-3

Herbert Baxter Adams - 1888 - 308 pages
...great rival [Alfred Moore] ; his style was magnificent and flowing; ho had a greatness of manner iu public speaking which suited his style, and gave to...eloquence that astonished and enraptured his audience.' UNIVERSITY1 OF NORTH CAROLINA. more than thirty years have since elapsed, I have the most vivid recollection...
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The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, Volume 28

1892
...and commanding in his manners. His voice was mellow and adapted to the expression of every passion. His style was magnificent and flowing. He had a greatness...in public speaking which suited his style and gave his speeches an imposing effect. He was a laborious student, and arranged his discourses with care,...
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The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries, Volume 28

1892
...and commanding in his manners. His voice was mellow and adapted to the expression of every passion. His style was magnificent and flowing. He had a greatness...in public speaking which suited his style and gave his speeches an imposing effect. He was a laborious student, and arranged his discourses with care,...
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The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries, Volume 28

1892
...and commanding in his manners. His voice was mellow and adapted to the expression of every passion. His style was magnificent and flowing. He had a greatness...in public speaking which suited his style and gave his speeches an imposing effect. He was a laborious student, and arranged his discourses with care,...
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James Sprunt Studies in History and Political Science, Volumes 2-8

1900
...condescending in his manners. His voice was mellow and adapted to the expression of every passion. His style was magnificent and flowing. He had a greatness...in public speaking which suited his style and gave his speeches an imposing effect. He was a laborious student and arranged his discourses with care,...
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William Richardson Davie: A Memoir

William Richardson Davie, Joseph Grégoire de Roulhac Hamilton, Kemp Plummer Battle - 1907 - 75 pages
...condescending in his manners. His voice was mellow and adapted to the expression of every passion. His style was magnificent and flowing. He had a greatness...in public speaking which suited his style and gave his speeches an imposing effect. He was a laborious student and arranged his discourses with care,...
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