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" After all, however, notwithstanding what the more reasonable part of mankind may think upon this question, it is much to be doubted whether this singular proceeding has not, as much as any other circumstance, served to raise the character of the English... "
The Monthly Review - Страница 192
по Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1808
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Göttingische gelehrte Anzeigen, Том 1

1827
...©efd^te ЗскоЬ И. : „It is much to be doubted whether the trial and execution of Charles I. have not, as much as any other circumstance, served to...english nation in the opinion of Europe in general," anjufuf>ren. <2гф auf ben ©runbfafc jlufcenb, bug ben ©egnern (Sarlö I. feine untere Alternative...

A History of the Early Part of the Reign of James the Second: With an ...

Charles James Fox - 1808 - 201 страници
...monarch with whom, to say the least, his subjects were obliged to contend in arms for their liberty ? After -all, however, notwithstanding what the more...mankind may think upon this question, it is much to be.doubted whether this singular proceeding has not, as much as any other cirB CHAP. I. cumstance,...

The London review, conducted by R. Cumberland

Richard Cumberland - 1809
...of the king, abates our horror at the atrocity of the act, Mr. Fox proceeds thus: " It is a doubt " whether this singular proceeding has not, as much...to raise the character of the " English nation in Europe in general;" adding, that " he who " has read, and still more he who has heard in conversation,...

Observations on the Historical Work of the Late Right Honorable Charles ...

George Rose, Patrick Hume Earl of Marchmont - 1809 - 282 страници
...corner, as in the case of former Kings : and lie expresses a doubt, " whether this singular pro" ceeding has not, as much as any other circumstance, " served...to raise the character of the English nation " in Europe in general :" stating also, that " he who " has read, and still more he who has heard in con"...

A Vindication of Mr. Fox's History of the Early Part of the Reign of James ...

Samuel Heywood - 1811 - 424 страници
...corner." And afterwards, " After p. it. " all, however, notwithstanding what the more reason" able part of mankind may think upon this question, " it is much to be doubted, whether this singular proSJBCTION« Ceding has not, as much as any other circumstance, --- " served to raise the character...

To the death of Charles I

William Godwin - 1826
...his trial and execution have not, as much as any other circumstance, served to raise the Sentiments character of the English nation in the opinion of Europe in general P." And he goes on to speak with considerable favour of the authors of that event. One of the great...

From the death of Charles I. to the protectorate

William Godwin - 1827
...When Fox said, " It is much to be doubted whether the trial and execution of Charles the First have not, as much as any other circumstance, served to...English nation in the opinion of Europe in general" (See above, Vol. II, p. 685), this must be understood, as applying to the posterity of those in whose...

Diary of Thomas Burton, Esq., Member in the Parliaments of Oliver and ..., Том 3

Thomas Burton, Guibon Goddard - 1828
...made of the death of Charles,") says, " it is much to be doubted, whether his trial and execution have not, as much as any other circumstance, served to...of the English nation, in the opinion of Europe." See " History of James II." p. 16; " History of the Commonwealth," ii. 685. Sir Theophilus Biddulph,...

Diary, of Thomas Burton, Esq. Member in the Parliaments of Oliver and ...

Thomas Burton - 1828
...made of the death of Charles,") says, " it is much to be doubted, whether his trial and execution have not, as much as any other circumstance, served to...of the English nation, in the opinion of Europe." See " History of James II." p. 16; " History of the Commonwealth," ii. 685. Sir Theophilus Biddulph,...

Diary of Thomas Burton, Esq., Member in the Parliaments of Oliver and ..., Том 3

Thomas Burton, Guibon Goddard - 1828
...made of the death of Charles,") says, " it is much to be doubted, whether his trial and execution have not, as much as any other circumstance, served to...of the English nation, in the opinion of Europe." See " History of James II." p. 16; " History of the Commonwealth," ii. 685. Sir Theophilus Biddulph,...




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