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" One singer in particular, called Coletti or some such name, seemed to me, by the cast of his face, by the tones of his voice, by his general bearing, so far as I could read it, to be a man of deep and ardent sensibilities, of delicate intuitions, just... "
Dwight's Journal of Music - Pagina 130
geredigeerd door - 1858
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The International monthly magazine of literature, science, and art

...sensibilities, of delicate intuitions, just sympathies; originally an almost poetic soul, or man ofoeniiu, as we term it; stamped by Nature as capable of far...people's labor, have got a training equal or superior in tni IH ununets, earnest assiduity, and patient travail, to what breeds men to the most arduous trades....
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 25

1851
...far as I could read it, to be a man of deep and ardent sensibilities, of delicate intuitions, just sympathies; originally an almost poetic soul, or man...stamped by Nature as capable of far other work than equalling here, like a blind Samson to make the Philistines sport ! Nay, all of them had aptitudes,...
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The Keepsake

1852
...far as I could read it, to be a man of deep and ardent sensibilities, of delicate intuitions, just sympathies ; originally an almost poetic soul, or...distinguished kind; and must, by their own and other people's labour, have got a training equal or superior in toilsomeness, earnest assiduity, and patient travail,...
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Monthly Literary Miscellany, Volumes 6-9

1852
...ardent sunsibilitieg, of delicate intuitions, just sympathies; originally an almost poetic soul.or man of genius, as we term it; stamped by Nature as...here, like a blind Samson to make the Philistines pportl Nay, all of them had aptitudes, perhaps of a distinguished kind; and nnifit, by their own and...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 4

1852
...intuitions, just sympathies ; originally an almost poetic soul, or man of •.•, /,/;/.« as we »erm it ; stamped by Nature as capable of far other work than squalling here, like a blind Sameon, to make the Philistines sport ! Nay. all of them had aptitudes, perhaps of a distinguished...
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The National Magazine, Volume 11

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1857
...regardless, likewise, of expense, to do dancing and singing; someofthcm even (entuses In their craft. All of them had aptitudes, perhaps, of a distinguished...people's labor, have got a training equal or superior, in loilsomoness, earnest assiduity, and patient travail, to what breeds men to the most arduous trades....
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volume 11

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1857
...of expense, to do dancing and singing ; some of them even geniuses in their craft. All of them bad aptitudes, perhaps, of a distinguished kind, and must,...people's labor, have got a training equal or superior. In toilsomeness, earnest assiduity, and patient travail, to what breeds men to the most arduous trades....
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The baptist Magazine

1859
...sarcasm of tbia piece to many other frivolities and follies of the modem world, besides the opera. f craft. One singer in particular, called Coletti, or...distinguished kind, and must, by their own and other people's labour, have got a training equal or superior in toilsomeness, earnest assiduity, and patient travail,...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 4

Thomas Carlyle - 1860
...far as I could read it, to be a man of deep and ardeut sensibilities, of delicate intuitions, just sympathies ; originally an almost poetic soul, or...distinguished kind ; and must, by their own and other people's labour, have got a training equal or superior in toilsomeness, earnest assiduity, and patient travail,...
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Critical and Miscellaneous Essays, Volume 4

Thomas Carlyle - 1860
...sensibilities, of delicate intuitions, just sympathies ; originally an almost poetic soul, or man of genins, as we term it; stamped by ^Nature as capable of far other work than I•quailing here, like a blind Samson, to make the Philistines sport! Nay, all of them had aptitudes,...
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