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" It appears strange that you do that for your son, which you refused to do for your husband;" to which she nobly replied, " I did not ask pardon for my husband, because he was innocent ; I ask it for my son, because he is guilty. "
A history of Europe, and her dependencies, during the last four centuries ... - Page 169
by John Sedgwick - 1850
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A tour through Holland ... to the south of Germany, in ... 1806

John Carr (sir.) - 1807
...refused " to do for your husband ;" to which she nobly replied, " I did not ask pardon for my husband, because " he was innocent ; I ask it for my son, because he is "guilty." ' ' . The view from the steeple of this church is esteemed the most beautiful in Holland, and is remarkably...
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A Tour Through Holland, Along the Right and Left Banks of the Rhine, to the ...

Sir John Carr - Netherlands - 1807 - 301 pages
...refused to do for your husband;" to which she nobly replied, " I did not ask pardon for my husband, because he was innocent ; I ask it for my son, because he is guilty." The view from the steeple of this church is esteemed the most beautiful in Holland, and is remarkable...
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A tour through Holland: along the right and left banks of the Rhine, to the ...

Sir John Carr - Netherlands - 1807 - 468 pages
...refused to do for your husband;" to which she nobly replied, " I did not ask pardon for my husband, because he was innocent ; I ask it for my son, because he is guilty." The view from the steeple of this church is esteemed the most beautiful in Holland, and is remarkable...
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Universal biography: containing a copious account, critical and historical ...

John Lemprière - Biography - 1810
...father fall unlamenled, she iniugnanlly replied, " I would not solicit a pardon for my husband, for he was innocent. I ask it for my son because he is guilty." ll.'.uo or BARONI, Peter, a native ol Estampes, iu France, who left his country on account of his attachment...
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Historical illustrations of the origin and progress of the ..., Volume 2

Samuel Walter Burgess - Emotions - 1825
...which you now do for your son." " Prince," she indignantly replied, " I asked no pardon for my husband, because he was innocent ; I ask it for my son, because he is guilty." § 6. Justice. — Falsehood is the work of art ; for truth in itself is nature. The calculation of...
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The Book of Versions; Or, Guide to French Translation: With Notes, to Assist ...

J. Cherpilloud - French language - 1833 - 240 pages
...her husband ; but she replied, with a noble indignation, " / would not c ask pardon for d my husband, because he was innocent; I ask it for my son, because he is guilty.' Rene was beheaded' ' . ' honoree depuis ce temps IS;—8 comme celle ;—' Guillaume ;— T dans le...
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A general biographical dictionary, Volume 1

John Gorton - 1833
...stained that of the inexorable person to whom it was made — " I did not ask pardon for my husband, because he was innocent : I ask it for my son, because he is guilty." — Univ. Hist. Moreri. BAROCCIO (FnEDEBioo) an eminent painter, born at Urbino in 1528. He was the...
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The British Cyclopaedia of the Arts, Sciences, History, Geography ...

1838
...not done it for her husband, made this memorable reply : — " I did not ask pardon for my husband, because he was innocent : I ask it for my son, because he is guilty." BARNEY, JOSHUA, a distinguished naval commander in the service of the United States of America, was...
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Parallel History: Being an Outline of the History and Biography of ..., Volume 2

Philip Alexander Prince - World history - 1843
...not in his behalf. ' I would not,' replied the magnanimous woman, 'solicit a pardon for my husband, because he was innocent : I ask it for my son, because he is guilty,' In 1621 war was renewed with Spain ; and so early did the republic evince that love of thrift ' which...
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Letters on various subjects

James Caughey - Methodist Church - 1845
...refused to do for your husband." To which she nobly replied, " I did not ask pardon for my husband, because he was innocent ; I ask it for my son, because he is guilty." The steps where the scaffold stood, lead into a large i 3 Gothic room, where the States General formerly...
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