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" The person given to us by Monk was a man without any sense of his duty as a prince, without any regard to the dignity of his crown, without any love to his people, — dissolute, false, venal, and destitute of any positive good quality whatsoever, except... "
The Academy - Сторінка 62
1872
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Maxims and opinions, moral, political and economical, with characters, from ...

Edmund Burke - 1804
...fortitude, and from the extent of his resources for every purpose of speculation and of action. CHARLES n. THE person given to us by Monk was a man without any...a pleasant temper, and the manners of a gentleman. LORD CHATHAM. ANOTHER scene was opened, and other actors appeared on the stage. The state, in the condition...
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Memoirs of Algernon Sydney

George Wilson Meadley - 1813 - 400 стор.
...of Burke, " was a man without any sense of his duty as a prince; without any regard to the digpity of his crown ; without any love to his people ; dissolute,...a pleasant temper and the manners of a gentleman," The propriety and decorum, therefore, which had distinguished the manners of the commonwealth, gave...
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Проблемы истории современной советской деревни: 1946-1973 гг. : материалы ...

1813 - 507 стор.
...sense of his duty as a prince; without any regard to the dignity of bis crown ; without any love to hi* people ; dissolute, false, venal ; and destitute of...a pleasant temper and the manners of a gentleman/' The propriety and decorum, therefore, which had distinguished the manners of the commonwealth, gave...
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Memoirs of Algernon Sydney

George Wilson Meadley - 1813 - 400 стор.
...any regard to the dignity of his crown ; without any love to hi| people ; dissolute, false, vjenal ; and destitute of any positive good quality whatsoever,...a pleasant temper and the manners of a gentleman." The propriety and decorum, therefore, which had distinguished the manners of the commonwealth gave...
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Maxims, Opinions and Characters, Moral, Political, and Economical, Том 2

Edmond Burke - 1815
...fortitude, and from the extent of his resources for every purpose of speculation and of action. CHARLES n. THE person given to us by Monk was a man without any...a pleasant temper, and the manners of a gentleman. LORD CHATHAM. ANOTHER scene was opened, and other actors appeared on the stage. The state, in the condition...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Том 6

Edmund Burke - 1815
...himself in prison. The person given to us by Monk Monk was a man without any sense of his duty fit's a prince ; without any regard to the dignity of his...a pleasant temper, and the manners of a gentleman. Yet the restoration of our monarchy, even in the person of such a prince, was every thing to us ; for...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Том 91,Частина 1;Том 129

1821
...regard to the dignity of their stations, without love to their country or regard for its interests, dissolute, false, venal, and destitute of any positive good quality whatsoever, except forsooth the external manners of gentlemen ; many of whom would boast of noble and virtuous ancestors...
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Franklin's letters to his kinsfolk, written during the years 1818, '19 & '20 ...

Franklin James Didier - 1822
...precious line of kings, to receive such an honourable distinction as this. Charles II., (says Burke,) was a man without any sense of his duty as a prince,...a pleasant temper, and the manners of a gentleman. It is curious to observe what a number of the Royal have lately died. A king of Sweden has just made...
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent prose and epistolary ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...man without any sense of his duty as a prince, without any regard to the dignity of his crown, and without any love to his people ; dissolute, false,...a pleasant temper, and the manners of a gentleman. BURKE. JAMES II. THE opposition of James's religious principles to those of his subjects, his unpopular...
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New elegant extracts: A unique selection ... from the most eminent prose and ...

Richard Alfred Davenport - 1827
...man without any sense of his duty as a prince, without any regard to the dignity of his crown, and without any love to his people ; dissolute, false,...a pleasant temper, and the manners of a gentleman. BURKE. JAMES II. THE opposition of James's religious principles to those of his subjects, his unpopular...
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