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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and ... - Page 875
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1770 - 247 pages
...debauched as they were, had ftill ftrength enough to awe the Roman populace*: but when the diftant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave away the empire. On this fide then, which ever way you turn your eyes, you fee nothing but perplexity and diftrefs....
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The Genuine Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1771 - 366 pages
...debauched as they were, had ftill ftrength enough to awe the Roman populace : but when the djftant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave away the empire. On this fide then, which ever way you turn your eyes, you fee nothing but perplexity and diftrefs....
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The Repository, Or, Treasury of Politics and Literature for ..., Volume 2

Letters to the editor - 1771
...debauched as, they were, hid dill ftrength enough to awe the Roman populace : • but when the diftant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave away the empire. On this fide then, which ever way you turn your eyes, you fee nothing but perplexity and diftrefs....
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Letters of Junius, Volume 2

Junius - 1772
...debauched as they were, had ftill ftrength enough to awe the Roman populace : but when the diftant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave away the empire. Or* this fide then, which* ever way you turrt your eyes, you fee nothing but perplexity and diftrefs....
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Junius: Stat nominis umbra, Volume 2

Junius, Sir William Draper - Great Britain - 1772
...debauched as they were, .had- ftill ftrength enough to awe the Roman pop^Jace ; but when the diftant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave Ğaway the empire. - .- **^.fc. Oy thisTide then, which ever way you turn your, eyesi you fee nothing but perplexity And,...
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The Letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1774
...and debauched as they were, had ftill ftrength enough to awe the Roman populace; but when the diftant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave away the entire. On this fide then, which ever way you turn your eyes, you iee nothing but perplexity and diftrefs....
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Letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - 1771
...debauched as they were, had ftill ftrength enough to awe the Roman populace ; but when the diftant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave away the empire. On this fide then, which ever way you turn your eyes, you fee nothing but perplexity and diftrefs....
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The Letters of the Celebrated Junius: A More Complete Edition Than Any Yet ...

Junius - Great Britain - 1783 - 315 pages
...debauched as they were, had ftill ftrength enough to awe the Roman populace : but when the drftant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave away the empire. ON this fide then, which ever way you turn your eyes, you fee nothing but perplexity and diftrefs....
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Junius. Stat Nominis Umbra

Junius - Great Britain - 1797
...bands, enervated and debauched as they were, had still strength enough to awe the Roman populace ; but when the distant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave away the empire. On this side then, whichever way you turn your eyes, you see nothing but perplexity and distress. You...
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The Letters of Junius: With Notes and Illustrations, Historical ..., Volume 2

Junius (pseud.), Robert Heron - Great Britain - 1804
...Bands, enervated and debauched as they were, had still strength enough to awe the Roman populace ; but when the distant legions took the alarm, they marched to Rome, and gave away the empire. On this side, then, which ever way you turn your eyes, you see nothing but perplexity and distress....
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