Sir George Trevelyan, 2nd Baronet Quote

He gave himself diligently to mathematics, which he liked "vastly." "I believe they are useful," he writes, "and I am sure they are entertaining, which is alone enough to recommend them to me."


The Early History of Charles James Fox, Chapter II (p. 50), Longmans, Green & Company. 1901

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He gave himself diligently to mathematics, which he liked vastly. I believe they are useful, he writes, and I am sure they are entertaining, which is ...

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He gave himself diligently to mathematics, which he liked vastly. I believe they are useful, he writes, and I am sure they are entertaining, which is ...

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He gave himself diligently to mathematics, which he liked vastly. I believe they are useful, he writes, and I am sure they are entertaining, which is ...