He stood up manfully against those who wished to make Trinity College a mere appendage to Westminster school, and by this act, ... But nis attention seems to have been chiefly directed to statistics and diplomacy. ... It has never been alleged that Bacon had done any thing to merit this dislike ; nor is it at all probable that a man whose ... And it is equally certain that he showed as little disposition to enable his nephew to live by a profession as to enable him to live without a profession.
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