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Mr. Ward is a man of great talents—his fame is widespread as an orator and man of learning, and needs no encomium from us.
THE CONDITION, ELEVATION, EMIGRATION, AND DESTINY OF THE COLORED PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATESMARTIN R. DELANY
He especially selected for encomium the Ghoorkhas, as bravest where all were brave.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND IN THREE VOLUMES, VOL.III.E. FARR AND E. H. NOLAN
The encomium holding good of herself, she refrained from lecturing him on the subject of the vilified Denham.
FORGING THE BLADESBERTRAM MITFORD
And Paul was sorely puzzled, whether the encomium applied to the defunct or himself.
THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE, VOL. II (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
Two pages then ensued with this exclusive encomium, painting him chief in every virtue, and master of every grace.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
Scaliger made a very high encomium on the young author in some fine verses which are much to Grotius' honour.
THE LIFE OF THE TRULY EMINENT AND LEARNED HUGO GROTIUSJEAN LVESQUE DE BURIGNY
The greatest encomium of the new-married lady is, that she was worthy such a husband as Grotius.
THE LIFE OF THE TRULY EMINENT AND LEARNED HUGO GROTIUSJEAN LVESQUE DE BURIGNY
I fear I must except Widow Wadman, save in the sentry-box scene, from this encomium.
THE LIFE AND OPINIONS OF TRISTRAM SHANDY, GENTLEMANLAURENCE STERNE
This part of the existing hymn ends with an encomium of the Delian festival of Apollo and of the Delian choirs.
HESIOD, THE HOMERIC HYMNS, AND HOMERICAHOMER AND HESIOD
People are too apt to trust to their first impressions, and to indulge in sweeping censure or excessive encomium.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOLUME 68, NO. 417, JULY, 1850VARIOUS
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