Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Wellington” in chapter 1 of Matthew Arnold, Civilization in the United States: First and Last Impressions of America.:
...struck a cheer upon the day, A cheer which would not go away--
Grant had not these.
But he certainly had a good deal of the character and qualities which we so justly respect in the Duke of Wellington .
Wholly free from show, parade, and pomposity; sensible and sagacious; scanning closely the situation, seeing things as they actually were, then making up his mind as to the right thing to be done ...
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