Check out this sentence:
His cowardice, his childishness, his pedantry, his ungainly person and manners, his provincial accent made him an object of derision.
From Macaulay’s History of England Vol. I (1856) talking about King James I
I wish I could write like that, don’t you?
Ha! It gets better:
It is no light thing that, on the very eve of the decisive struggle between our kings and their parliaments, royalty should be exhibited to the world stammering, slobbering, shedding unmanly tears, trembling at drawn sword, and talking in the style alternately of a buffoon and of a pedagogue.