5 edition of Macaulay"s essay on Sir William Temple found in the catalog.
Macaulay"s essay on Sir William Temple
Thomas Babington Macaulay
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But with his excellent temper, and entire absence of conceit, he soon began to learn consideration for others in small things as well as in great. The first two volumes of the History of England from the Accession of James the Second were published in December and at once achieved a huge success. To Macvey Napier, Esq. He shall stand before kings, he shall not stand before mean men. His topics, even in courtship, are steam navigation, the education of the natives, the equalisation of the sugar duties, the substitution of the Roman for the Arabic alphabet in the Oriental languages.
Jeffrey, in Lord Cockburn's phrase, was "growing feverish about new writers. It is more than twenty-six years since I was in it. The redundance of youthful enthusiasm, which he himself unsparingly condemns in the preface to his collected essays, seemed graceful enough in the eyes of others, if it were only as a relief from the perverted ability of that elaborate libel on our great epic poet which goes by the name of Dr. In the family settled in 50 Great Ormond Street, which runs east and west for some three hundred yards through the region bounded by the British Museum, the Foundling Hospital, and Gray's Inn Road.
The most notable extension in the years was an enormous addition to the already huge house of the Dukes of Devonshire at Chatsworth. My dear Father, --I have seen the two last letters which you have sent to my mother. Macaulay's parents not only sent him religious and moral advice, but wrote of the political topics most interesting to them in terms which implied that he fully shared their interest. You can form no notion of the worthlessness of the native Christians there. But I have heard of only one attempt in the Mofussil to get up a remonstrance; and the Mofussil newspapers which I have seen, though generally disposed to cavil at all the acts of the Government, have spoken favourably of this measure.
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Throughout his innumerable Minutes, on all subjects from the broadest principle to the narrowest detail, he is everywhere free from crotchets and susceptibilities; and everywhere ready to humour any person who will make himself useful, and to adopt any appliance which can be turned to account.
For Darwin the process he was describing was morally neutral. They took a small house in Lambeth for the first twelve months. Life of Oliver Goldsmith. Beloved, with more than sister's love, by some whose love to me Is now almost my brightest gem in this world's treasury.
He read voraciously, and with astonishing rapidity. Murray's copy writers are unsparingly abused by Southey and Lockhart in the Quarterly; and it would be hard indeed if we might not in the Edinburgh strike hard at an assailant of Mackintosh. For I hate slavery from the bottom of my soul; and yet I am made sick by the cant and the silly mock reasons of the Abolitionists.
Austin and Macaulay discussed utilitarianism, and all the political questions of the day. Now I have nothing except the resources of my own mind, and the consciousness of having acted not ungenerously. He made himself a phenomenally learned historian, as he displayed in a succession of short-lived reviews, the Rambler, the Home and Foreign Review and the North British Review.
But already the anxious eye of the master seemed to discern symptoms of decline. He went to India inand served on the Supreme Council of India between and The fate of so young a wife and mother touched deeply all who had known her, and some who knew her only by name.
He had a cosmopolitan aristocratic background, being closely related to members of the nobility of Britain, Naples and the Holy Roman Empire. If we appoint the Colonel to be a member of their body, we shall in effect pass a most severe censure on their proceedings.
The next morning the noise of a spinning-jenny, at work in a cottage, startled his horse as he was riding past. The Governor-General is the frankest and best-natured of men. If I had any part in the piece, it was, I am afraid, that of Roderigo, whom Shakespeare describes as a 'foolish gentleman,' and who also appears to have had 'money in his purse.
Churches were nearly always made Gothic, but a more correct and austere style, derived from English medieval architecture rather than from French or Italian, become fashionable.
Lady Trevelyan's children were brought up among books, to use the homely simile of an American authoras a stable-boy among horses.
There was no tradition of secondary education in vernacular languages; the institutions then supported by the East India Company taught either in Sanskrit or Persian. Mill came to support restrictions and taxes on inheritances, taxes on rent from land, and co-operation in industry. He is, I am persuaded, grossly, basely unfair.
Sir J. It appeared in monthly parts, and the later ones sold 40, copies each. Karl Marx referred to him as a 'systematic falsifier of history'.
He had another Maecenas in the person of General Macaulay, who came back from India in It is one thing to be told how the crusaders of '93 and '94 were received with blessings and banquets by the populations to whom they brought freedom and enlightenment, and quite another to read the journal in which a quiet accurate-minded Scotchman tells us how a pack of tipsy ruffians sat abusing Pitt and George to him, over a fricassee of his own fowls, and among the wreck of his lamps and mirrors which they had smashed as a protest against aristocratic luxury.
In the family removed to London, and set up an establishment on a scale suited to their improved circumstances in Cadogan Place, which, in everything except proximity to Bond Street, was then hardly less rural than Clapham.The eminent judge, who divided grown men into two sharply defined and most uncomplimentary categories, was accustomed to say that private schools made poor creatures, and public schools sad dogs; but Mr.
Preston succeeded in giving a practical contradiction to Sir William Maine's proposition. s Sir William Temple (). See this essay and that on Atterbury for two long passages on the Phalaris controversy.
6 Addison (). 7 Samuel Johnson (). 8 In (Trevelyan, op. cit., I, ) Macaulay read some patristic Greek, and praised portions of it, to the discredit of. Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member.
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