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" This made that he had as little Eagerness to oblige, as he had to hurt Men; the Motive of his giving Bounties was rather to make Men less uneasy to him, than more easy to themselves; and yet no ill-nature all this while. He would slide from an asking... "
An Historical and Critical Account of the Life of Charles the Second, King ... - Page 5
by William Harris - 1766 - 400 pages
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A Character of King Charles the Second: And Political, Moral, and ...

George Savile Marquis of Halifax - Great Britain - 1750 - 183 pages
...and languifhing, and come to be fubordinate to that fundamental Maxim, of not purchafing any thing at the price of a Difficulty. This made that he had...to him, than more eafy to themfelves ; and yet no ill- nature all this while. He would flide from an asking Face, and could guefs very well. It was throwing...
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A Character of King Charles the Second: And Political, Moral, and ...

George Savile Marquis of Halifax - Great Britain - 1750 - 183 pages
...and languifhing, and come to be fubordinate to that fundamental Maxim, of not purchafing any thing at the price of a Difficulty. This made that he had...to make Men lefs uneafy to him, than more eafy to themielves ; and yet no ill-nature all this while. He would flide from an asking Face, and could guefs...
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Retrospective Review: And Historical and Antiquarian Magazine, Volume 8

Henry Southern, Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1823
...withstanding any thing, at the price of a difficulty. " This made, that he had as little eagerness to oblige, as he had to hurt men; the motive of his giving bounties, was rather to make men less uneasy to him, than more easy to themselves ; and yet no ill-nature all this while. He would slide...
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The Retrospective review [ed. by H. Southern].

Henry Southern - 1823
...withstanding any thing, at the price of a difficulty. " This made, that he had as little eagerness to oblige, as he had to hurt men ; the motive of his giving bounties, was rather to make men less uneasy to him, than more easy to themselves ; and yet no ill-nature all this while. He would slide...
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The Life and Letters of Sir George Savile, Bart., First Marquis of ..., Volume 2

Helen Charlotte Foxcroft, George Savile Marquis of Halifax - Great Britain - 1898
...of not purchasing anything at the price of a difficulty. This made that he had as little eagerness to oblige as he had to hurt men ; the motive of his giving bounties was rather to make men less uneasy to him than more easy to themselves ; and yet no illnature all this while. He would slide...
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English Satire

...of the King was an 'aversion to bear uneasiness', and that this made that he had as little Eagerness to oblige, as he had to hurt Men ; the Motive of his giving Bounties was rather to make 10 Men less uneasy to him, than more easy to themselves; and yet no ill-nature all this while. He would...
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Slected Essay in Criticism

...of not purchasing any thing at the price of a difficult)'. This made that he had as little eagerness to oblige, as he had to hurt men ; the motive of his giving bounties was rather to make men less uneasy to him, than more easy to themselves ; and yet no ill-nature all this while. He would slide...
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The retrospective review, Volume 8

1828
...withstanding any thing, at the price of a difficulty. " This made, that he had as little eagerness to oblige, as he had to hurt men; the motive of his giving bounties, was rather to make men less uneasy to him, than more easy to themselves ; and yet no ill-nature all this while. He would slide...
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