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" Recherches d'Antiquite, gives us a curious story of the celebrated physiognomist Campanella. This man, it seems, had not only made very accurate observations on human faces, but was very expert in mimicking such as were any way remarkable. When he had... "
Chironomia; or, A treatise on rhetorical delivery - Página 182
por Gilbert Austin - 1806 - 583 páginas
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A Philosophical Enquiry Into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and ...

Edmund Burke - 1764 - 342 páginas
...to penetrate into the inclinations of thofe he had to deal with, he compofed his face, his gefture, and his whole body, as nearly as he could into the exact fimilitude of the perfon he intended to examine; and then carefully obferved what turn of mind he feemed...
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The works of ... Edmund Burke [ed. by W. King and F. Laurence].

Edmund Burke - 1792
...to penetrate into the inclinations of thofe he had to deal with, he compofed his face, his gefture, and his whole body, as nearly as he could into the exact iimilitude of the perfon he intended to examine; and then carefully obferved what turn of mind he feemed...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Collected in Three Volumes ...

Edmund Burke - 1792
...to penetrate into the inclinations of thofe he had to deal with, he compofed his face, his gefture, and his whole body, as nearly as he could into the exact fimilitude of the perfon he intended to examine ; and then carefully obferved what turn of mind he...
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Essays on physiognomy: for the promotion of the knowledge and the love of ...

Johann Caspar Lavater - 1800 - 295 páginas
...to penetrate into the inclinations of thofe he had to deal with, he cqmpofed his face, his geftures, and his whole body, as nearly as he could into the exact fimilitude of the perfon he intended to examine, and then carefully obferved what turn of mind he feemed...
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The Works of ... Edmund Burke, Volumen1

Edmund Burke - 1803
...to penetrate into the inclinations of thofe he had to deal with, he compofed his face, his gefture, and his whole body, as nearly as he could into the exact fimilitude of the perfon he intended to examine ; and then carefully obferved what turn of mind he...
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A Dramatic Synopsis: Containing an Essay on the Political and Moral Use of a ...

Thomas Gilliland - 1804 - 146 páginas
...faces, but was very expert in mimicking such as were any way remarkable. When he had a mind to penetrate into the inclinations of those he had to deal with, he composed his face and gesture, and his whole body as nearly as he could in the exact similitude of the person he intended...
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Flim-flams!: Or, The Life and Errors of My Uncle, and the Amours of My Aunt! ...

Isaac Disraeli - 1805 - 279 páginas
...he had to deal with, composed his face, his gestures, and his whole body, as nearly as he could, to the exact similitude of the person he intended to...observed what turn of mind he seemed to acquire by the change !' It is a little ludicrous to conceive what a punch, a harlequin, a tragic and a comic...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volumen1

Edmund Burke - 1815
...faces, but was very expert in mimicking such as were any way remarkable. When he had a mind to penetrate into the. inclinations of those he had to deal with,...composed his- face, his gesture, and his whole body, ae nearly as he could into the exact similitude of the person he intended to examine ; and then carefully...
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Physiognomy

Johann Caspar Lavater - 1826
...was very expert in mimicking such as were any way remarkable. Whenever he thought proper to penetrate into the inclinations of those he had to deal with, he composed his face, his gestures, and his whole body, as nearly as he could into the exact similitude of the person he intended...
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Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind, Volumen3

Dugald Stewart - 1827
...but was very ex" pert in mimicking such as were any way remarkable. When he had a mind to " penetrate into the inclinations of those he had to deal with,...seemed to acquire by this, change. So that, says my au" thor, he was able to enter into the dispositions and thoughts of people, as ef" fectually as if...
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