Bauhaus-Universität Weimar

Titel:
The life, studies and works of Benjamin West, Esq. president of The Royal Academy of London
Person:
Galt, John
Persistente ID:
urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-g-1662038
PURL:
https://digitalesammlungen.uni-weimar.de/viewer/resolver?urn=urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-g-1663484
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generosity 
in 
this 
conduct, 
for 
by 
the 
indul- 
g8UC6 
of 
the 
crown, 
all 
prizes 
taken 
in 
COHIB 
the 
Pmperty 
of 
the 
captors ; 
and 
Captain 
Carney, 
rather 
than 
enrich 
himself 
at 
the 
pence 
of 
his 
friends, 
chose 
to 
run the hazard 
of 
having his own conduct called in question for the 
non-performance of his official duty. 
deserves also to be considered as 
It perhaps 
affording a 
favourable 
example 
of 
that 
manly 
confidence 
in 
the 
of 
gentlemanly honour 
has 
other which 
each 
SO 
long 
distinguished 
the 
British 
ofiicers. 
On 
the 
mind 
of 
West 
it 
tended 
to 
confirm 
that 
agreeable impression by which so many previous 
incidents had made him cherish a liberal opinion 
of 
mankind. 
In 
other respects, 
Captain 
Carney 
happening to be the oflicer who came on board, was 
a fortunate circumstance; for on learning that young 
VVQS 
Allen 
in 
the 
ship, 
he 
invited the passengers 
to 
on 
dine 
boa rd 
his 
frigate ; 
and 
the 
com pan y, 
Consisting of the Governor, his staff, and prin- 
cipal officers in the garrison, tended to raise the 
Consideration of the Artist and his companion 
in 
the 
estimation 
of 
the 
Heet 
with 
which 
their 
Vessel was to proceed to Leghorn. Indeed, 
throughout his whole life, Ur. West Was, in this
        

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