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" I hope this cruel contest will soon be closed; but should it continue, I wage no war with the fair. I acknowledge their force, and bend before it with submission. "
The Atlantic Magazine - Page 320
1824
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The Monthly magazine, Volume 5, Volume 5

Art - 1708 - 552 pages
...their power, and bend before it with profound fubmifiion ! Let not, therefore, the amiable Countefs of Selkirk regard me as an enemy: I am ambitious of her efteem and fnendihip, and would do any thing confiltent with my duty, to merit it. " The honour of...
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The Monthly Magazine, Or, British Register, Volume 5

British periodicals - 1798
...their power, and bend before it with profound lubmifiion ! Let not, .therefore, the amiable Countefs of Selkirk regard me as an enemy : I am ambitious of her efteem and friendlhip, and would do any thing confident with my duty, to merit it. . " The honour of...
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 5

1798
...you gold» feelings on я death -bed. " i hope this cruel conteft will foon be clufed j but, flinuld it continue, I wage no war with the fair! I acknowledge their power, and bend beforv it with profound lubmifTion ! Let not, therefore, the amiab'e Countefs of Selkirk...
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Volume 80

English literature - 1817
...exchange of prisoners will be an act of humanity, which will afford you golden feelings on a death-bed. I hope this cruel contest will soon be closed,—...it continue,— I wage no war with the fair ! — I ac« knowledge their power, and bend before it with profound submission ! Let not, therefore, the amiable...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews ..., Volume 11

1818
...exchange of prisoners will be an act of humanity, which will afford you golden feelings on a death-bed. I hope this cruel contest will soon be closed, —...wage no war with the fair! — I acknowledge their power, and bend before it with profound submission! Let not, therefore, the amiable Countess of Selkirk...
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Principles and Acts of the Revolution in America: Or, An Attempt to Collect ...

Hezekiah Niles - Etats-Unis - 1822 - 495 pages
...persuaded you will attempt it — and who can resist the power of such an advocate?) your endeavors to effect a general exchange of prisoners will be...contest will soon be closed: but should it continue, 1 wage no war with the fair! I acknowledge their power, and bend before it with profound submission!...
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Principles and Acts of the Revolution in America: Or, An Attempt to Collect ...

Hezekiah Niles - Etats-Unis - 1822 - 495 pages
...an advocate?)' your endeavors to effect a general exchange of prisoners will be an act of hum-mil y, which will afford you golden feelings on a death bed....continue, I wage no war with the fair! I acknowledge their power, and bend before it with profound submission! Let not, therefore, the amiable countess of Selkirk...
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Principles and Acts of the Revolution in America: Or, An Attempt to Collect ...

Hezekiah Niles - Etats-Unis - 1822 - 495 pages
...fiecrate Ute vile promoters of this detested ! afford you gol(len feelings on a death bed. VII: — "I hope this cruel contest will soon be closed: but...should it continue, I wage no war with the fair! I «cknowledge their power, and bend before For Hry, 'Iwii (Лгу, umli- aclm! the ruthlni bilde, And...
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The Monthly Review, Volume 108

1825
...I hope you see into my character so far as to command me without the least grain of reserve." ' ' " I hope this cruel contest will soon be closed; but...do any thing, consistent with my duty, to merit it. At Brest Jones remained for several months, reduced to a state of the greatest necessity. He was left...
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American Military Biography: Containing the Lives, Characters, and Aneccotes ...

United States - 1825 - 184 pages
...am persuaded you will attempt it^and who can resist the power of such an advocate ?) your endeavors to effect a general exchange of prisoners will be...I wage no war with the fair ! I acknowledge their power, and bend before it with profound submission ! Let not, therefore, the amiable Countess of Selkirk...
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