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" But it is all alike," he .added, " vile and contemptible. You have never flinched that I know of; and I shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity. "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Pagina 554
1812
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Letters of Junius: (selected) ...

Junius - 1907 - 160 pagina’s
...not complying with them. ... I meant well by the cause and the public. Both are given up. I feel for the honour of this country when I see that there are...shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity." Eventually Woodfall printed an edition of the Letters including the private correspondence and the...
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Macaulay's Essays on Clive and Hastings

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1910 - 268 pagina’s
...were not ten men who would act steadily together on any question. " But it is all alike," he added, " vile and contemptible. You have never flinched that...always rejoice to hear of / • your prosperity." These were the last words of Junius. Inayeaj • 15 J ' from that time Philip Francis was on his voyage...
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Essay on Warren Hastings

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1911 - 128 pagina’s
...not ten men who would act steadily together on any 20 question. " But it is all alike," he added, " vile and contemptible. You have never flinched that...shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity." These were the last words of Junius. In a year from that time, Philip Francis was on his -voyage to...
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Essays on Clive and Hastings

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1911
...were not ten men who would act steadily together on any question. " But it is all alike," he added, " vile and contemptible. You have never flinched that I know of; and I shall always 15 rejoice to hear of your prosperity." These were the last words of Junius. In a year from that time,...
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Literary essays contributed to the Edinburgh review, Volume 2

Baron Thomas Babington Macaulay Macaulay - 1913 - 702 pagina’s
...were not ten men who would act steadily together on any question. ' But it is all alike,' he added, ' vile and contemptible. You have never flinched that...shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity.' These were the last words of Junius. In a year from that time, Philip Francis was on his voyage to...
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Junius Finally Discovered

William H. Graves - 1917 - 193 pagina’s
...city, or as any of your wise aldermen. I meant the cause and the public. Both are given up. I feel for the honour of this country, when I see that there...I shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity. "If you have anything to communicate (of moment to yourself) you may use the last address, and give...
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Historical Essays

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1921 - 501 pagina’s
...were not ten men who would act steadily together on any question. "But it is all alike," he added, "vile and contemptible. You have never flinched that...shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity." These were the last words of Junius. In a year from that time, Philip Francis was on his voyage to...
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The Literature of Controversy: Polemical Strategy from Milton to Junius

Thomas N. Corns - 1987 - 176 pagina’s
...unwillingness to renew the struggle: "I meant the Cause & the public, both are given up. I feel for the honour of this Country, when I see that there are not ten men in it, who will unite & stand together upon any one question. But it is all alike, vile & contemptible."63 With this convincing...
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Modern Thinkers Principally Upon Social Science: What They Think, and Why

Van Buren Denslow - 2003 - 400 pagina’s
...for not writing again : " / meant the cause and the public: both are given up. I feel for the honor of this country when I see that there are not ten...will unite and stand together upon any one question. Bnt it is all alike vile and contemptible." This is the language of a disappointed revolutionist who...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 90

George Walter Prothero - 1852
...city, or as any of your wise aldermen. I meant the cause and the public. Both are given up. I feel for the honour of this country when I see that there are...and contemptible. ' You have never flinched, that I heard of, and I shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity. • If you have anything to communicate...
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