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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
под редакцията на - 1808
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The Hallowed Spots of Ancient London: Historical, Biographical and ...

Eliza Meteyard - 1862 - 291 страници
...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...

The English Nation; Or, A History of England in the Lives of Englishmen, Том 2

George Godfrey Cunningham - 1863
...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,...

The Hallowed Spots of Ancient London: Historical, Biographical and ...

Eliza Meteyard - 1870 - 291 страници
...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 Furope in general." $ "Truly," says Carlyle, "this action of the English regicides...

The history of liberty, a paper read before the New York historical society

John F. Aiken - 1877
...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."—" Fragment of History," by Charles James Fox. The example of the Dutch Republic had a great influence...

Oliver Cromwell

John Morley - 1900 - 510 страници
...Charles Fox to Carlyle. "We may doubt," says Fox, "whether any other circumstance has served so much to raise the character of the English nation in the opinion of Europe." "This action of the English regicides," says Carlyle, "did in effect strike a damp-like death through...

The Century: 1900, Том 60

1900
...from Charles Fox to Carlyle. We may doubt, said Fox, whether any other circumstance has served so much to raise the character of the English nation in the opinion of Europe. "This action of the English regicides," says Carlyle, "did in effect strike a damp like death through...

The Monthly Review

Sir Henry John Newbolt, Charles Hanbury-Williams - 1901
...way compared to the Crucifixion of Christ; a but also not an action which " more than any other has served to raise the character of the English nation in the opinion of Europe;" 3 perhaps a crime since it was performed without due sanction of law ; certainly a blunder since it...

The Works of Lord Morley, Том 5

John Morley - 1921
...Charles Fox to Carlyle. " We may doubt," said Fox, " whether any other circumstance has served so much to raise the character of the English nation in the opinion of Europe." " This action of the English regicides," says Carlyle, " did in effect strike a damp like death through...

The Protestant Episcopal Review, Том 9

1895
...statesman, Charles James Fox, declared that "it is much to be doubted whether his trial and execution have not as much as any other circumstance served to raise...of the English nation in the opinion of Europe in general."—History of James II. Fellowes, Historical Sketches of Charles I. (1828): " From these concurrent...




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