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" ... sentiments by which his private conduct had been directed ; and seemed to think, that as there are few excesses in which an English gentleman may not be permitted to indulge, the same latitude was allowed him in the choice of his political principles,... "
Junius: Stat Nominis Umbra - Page 246
by Junius, Thomas Bewick - 1797
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The Letters of Junius: With Notes and Illustrations, Historical ..., Volume 2

Junius (pseud.), Robert Heron - Great Britain - 1804
...allowed him in the choice of his political principles, and in the spirit of maintaining them I mean to state, not entirely to defend, his conduct;. In the earnestness of his zeal, he suffered spme unwarrantable insinuations to escape hjm. PC said more than moderate men would justify ; but nof...
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The letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius (pseud.) - Great Britain - 1806
...him in the choice of his political principles, and in the spirit of maintaining them. I mean tostate, not entirely to defend, his conduct. In the earnestness...him. He said more than moderate men would justify ; bnt not enough to entitle him to the honour of your Majesty's personal resentment. The rays of royal...
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The Letters of Junius: Stat Nominis Umbra

Junius - English letters - 1807 - 366 pages
...some au warrantable iusinuatious to escape him. He said mote than moderate men would justify; bnt nnt enough to entitle him to the honour of your Majesty's...rays of royal indignation, collected upon him, served ouly to illuminate, and could not cousume. Animated by the favour of the people ou the one side, and...
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The Letters of Junius: Stat Nominis Umbra

Junius - English letters - 1807 - 366 pages
...some unwarrantahle iasinnatioas to eseape tum. Iie said more than moderate men would justify ; hnt not enough to entitle: him to the honour of your Majesty's...personal resentment. The rays of royal indignation, cullected upon. hint, served ouly to illominate, and could not cousome. Animated hy the favour of the...
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1807 - 366 pages
...allowed him in the choice of his political principles, and in the spirit of maintaining them. — I mean to state, not entirely to defend, his conduct. In the earnestness of his z al, he suffered some \mwarrantable insinuations to escape him. He said more than moderate men would...
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The letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1810
...principles, and in the spirit of maintaining them. I mean to state, not entirely to defend, his conduct, lu the earnestness of his zeal, he suffered some unwarrantable...but not enough to entitle him to the honour of your Majesty V personal resentment. The rays of royal indignation, collected upon him, served only to illuminate,...
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Junius: Including Letters by the Same Writer, Under Other Signatures, (now ...

Junius - English letters - 1812 - 516 pages
...him in the choice of his political principles, and in the spirit of maintaining them. • — I mean to state, not entirely to defend his conduct. In the...suffered some unwarrantable insinuations to escape hiim He said more than moderate men would justify i but not enough to entitle him to the honour of...
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Facts tending to prove that General Lee was never absent from this country ...

Thomas Girdlestone - 1813 - 138 pages
...verse proposition has grown into credit, and " every villain fancies himself a man of abi" lities." " The rays of royal indignation collected, " upon him, served only to illuminate, and ft could not consume." " The coldest bodies warm with opposition, *f the hardest sparkle in collision."...
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ...

Thomas Bayly Howell - Trials - 1814
...him in the choice of bis politiml principle! and in the spirit of maintaining them, I mean to stale, not entirely to defend his conduct; in the earnestness of his zeal, he suffered tome unwarrantable insinuations to escape him. He said more than moderate men would justify, bat not...
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Cobbett's Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ...

William Cobbett, David Jardine - Trials (Treason) - 1816
...allowed him in the choice of his political principle! and in the spirit of maintaining them, I mean to state, not entirely to defend his conduct ; in...than moderate men would justify, but not enough to intitle him to the honour ot'your m — y 's (meaning majesty's) personal resentment. The rays of r...
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