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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
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Contributions to the Edinburgh Review, Том 1

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846 - 733 страници
...attempted to do. "After all, however, notwithstandmg what the more reasonable part of mankind may thiuk upon this question, it is much to be doubted whether...character of the English nation in the opinion of Hurope in general. He who has read, and still more he who has heard in conversation, discussions upon...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1846 - 762 страници
...eyes, yet feared not to violate the liberties of the people even more than he had attempted to do. "After all, however, notwithstanding what the more...much to be doubted whether this singular proceeding haa noi. as muuh as any olher circumstance, served to rai^e the character of ihe English nation in...

A Lecture on the Life and Character of Oliver Cromwell: Delivered Before the ...

Sherman B. Canfield - 1850 - 155 страници
...thatdistinguiambemj orator and statesman, Charles James Fox,” whether this siniulsr proceeding has 501 u much as any other circumstance, served to raise the character of the English station in the olnion of Europe In general, lie whabsa read, and still more be who has heard in conversation,...

The Modern British Essayists: Jeffrey, Francis. Contributions to the ...

1852
...eyes, yet feared not to violate the liberties of the people even more than he had at tempted to do. this question, it is much to be doubted whether this...other circumstance, served to raise the character of ihe Knglish nation in the opinion of Europe in general. Tie who has read, and still more he who ñas...

A History of England in the Lives of Englishmen, Том 2

George Godfrey Cunningham - 1853
...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...Europe in general. He who has read, and still more he who has heard in conversation, discussions upon this subject, by foreigners, must have perceived,...

Contributions to the Edinburgh Review

Lord Francis Jeffrey Jeffrey - 1856 - 762 страници
...liberties of ihe people even more than he had at tempted to do. "After all. however, notwithstanding whnt the more reasonable part of mankind may think upon this question, it ia much to be doubted whether this singular proceeding has not, a» much as nuy other circumstance,...

History of the Counter-revolution in England, for the Re-establishment of ...

Armand Carrel, John [Lowther] (Lord Viscount Lonsdale.) - 1857 - 498 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...English nation in the opinion of Europe in general. Ho who has read, and still more, he who has heard in conversation, discussions upon this subject by...

The Pulpit of the American Revolution: Or, The Political Sermons of the ...

John Wingate Thornton - 1860 - 537 страници
...rebellion or not? The answer to which is 1 " It is much to be doubted whether his trial and execution have not, as much as any other circumstance, served to...character of the. English nation in the opinion of Kurope in general."—CHARLES JAMES Fox. " Having share in tho government, sirs, that is nothing pertaining...

The Trials of Charles the First, and of Some of the Regicides: With ...

Charles I (King of England) - 1861 - 338 страници
...adopted for accomplishing, with certainty and safety, the predetermined destruction of the King? " After all, however, notwithstanding what the more...not, as much as any other circumstance, served to " Europe in general. He who has read, and raise the English nation in the opinion of " playing." As...

The hallowed spots of ancient London

Eliza Meteyard - 1862
...great statesman Fox's opinion, that "it is much to be doubted whether his trial and execution have not, as much as any other circumstance, served to raise the character of the nation in the opinion of Europe in general." J "Truly," says Carlyle, "this action of the English regicides...




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