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" Scottish people, they breathe a spirit at once of patriotism, and of that candour which renders patriotism unselfish and liberal. We have no hesitation in attesting our belief that Mrs. Grant's writings have produced a strong and salutary effect upon... "
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1890
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., 第 165 巻

1839
...unselfish and liberal. We have no hesitation in attesting our belief tiiat Mrs. Grant's writings have produced a strong and salutary effect upon her countrymen,...forgotten, but found them combined with the soundest and the best lessons of virtue and morality. We need scarcely add that Mrs. Grant's character in private...

The Gentleman's Magazine

1839
...have no hesitation in attesting our belief that Mrs. Giant's writings have produced a strong •nd salutary effect upon her countrymen, who not only...forgotten, but found them combined with the soundest and the best lessons of virtue and morality. We need scarcely add that Airs. Grant's character in private...

Memoirs of the Literary Ladies of England: From the Commencement of ..., 第 1 巻

Anne Katharine Curteis Elwood - 1843
...unselfish and liberal. We have no hesitation in attesting our belief that Mrs. Grant's writings have produced a strong and salutary effect upon her countrymen,...soundest and best lessons of virtue and morality. We need scarcely add, that Mrs. Grant's character in private society has been equally high and exemplary...

Memoir and Correspondence of Mrs. Grant of Laggan, 第 1 巻

Anne MacVicar Grant - 1845
...unselfish and liberal. We have no hesitation in attesting our belief that Mrs. Grant's writings have produced a strong and salutary effect upon her countrymen,...them much of national history and antiquities, which woidd otherwise have been forgotten, but found them combined with the soundest and best lessons of...

The pursuit of knowledge under difficulties [by G.L. Craik]. Continuation

George Lillie Craik - 1847
...Mackenzie. Lord Jeffrey, and other distinguished persons amoni her friends in Fxlinburgh, who therein declared their belief that Mrs. Grant had rendered...much of national history and antiquities, which would gtherwise have been forgotten, but found them combined with the soundest and best lessons of virtue...

Woman's Record: Or, Sketches of All Distinguished Women, from "the Beginning ...

Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - 1853 - 886 ページ
...unselfish and liberal. We have no hesitation in attesting our belief that Mrs. Grant's writings have produced a strong and salutary effect upon her countrymen,...soundest and best lessons of virtue and morality." We subjoin a poem of Mrs. Grant's, which is characteristic of her turn of thought and her cherished...

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, 第 8 巻

Thomas Thomson - 1855
...unselfish and liberal. We have no hesitation in attesting our belief that Mrs. Grant's writings have produced a strong and salutary effect upon her countrymen,...which would otherwise have been forgotten, but found t^m combined with the soundest and the best lessons of virtue and morality." In 1810, Mrs. Grant removed...

A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen: Supplement Abercrombie-Wood

Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson - 1855
...hesitation in attesting our belief that Mrs. Grant's writings have produced a strong and salutary eflect upon her countrymen, who not only found recorded in...national history and antiquities, which would otherwise hare been forgotten, but found (hem combined with the soundest and the best lessons of virtue and morality."...

Clever girls of our time, by the author of Heroines of our time

Joseph Johnson - 1862
...Mrs. Grant, in addition to being valuable literary efforts, had been productive of important service to the cause of religion, morality, knowledge, and...soundest and best lessons of virtue and morality." She was not, however, one who preached but did not practise what she taught ; this we learn from a...

Model women

William Anderson (D.D.) - 1870 - 353 ページ
...II.— ANNE GRANT. " We have no hesitation in attesting onr belief that Mrs. Grant's writings have produced a strong and salutary effect upon her countrymen,...soundest and best lessons of virtue and morality." SIB WALTEB SCOTT. LETTER-WRITERS. A good deal of literary fame has been won by letter-writing. It were...




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