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" What the event will be, God only knows. But some punishment seems preparing for a people, who are ungratefully abusing the best constitution, and the best King, any nation was ever blessed with, intent on nothing but luxury, licentiousness, power, places,... "
The private correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, LL.D, F.R.S., &c. Minister ... - Page 322
by Benjamin Franklin, William Temple Franklin - 1817
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 16

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1817
...seditious scribblers to trample on authority, and every thing that used to keep them in order. — What the event will be, God only knows. But some punishment...constitution and the best king any nation was ever blest with.' These were the remarks of Franklin, made at the time and on the spot, — and he will...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1817
...agitated the political horizon of this country, ' some punishment seems preparing for a people who arc ungratefully abusing the best constitution and the best king any nation was ever blessed with.' While Dr. F. was attending to the interests of the American colonies in various discussions with the...
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The Private Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin ...: pt.I. Letters on ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1818
...men, women and children : which seems only to have produced an universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...licentiousness, power, places, pensions, and plunder; vvhiie the ministiy divided in their councils, with little regard for each other, •worried by perpetual...
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The Life of James Otis, of Massachusetts: Containing Also, Notices of Some ...

William Tudor - United States - 1823 - 508 pages
...God only knows. But fame punishment seems preparing for a people, who are ungratefully abusing tbt best constitution and the best king any nation was ever blessed with ; intent OB nothing but luxury, licentiousness, power, places, pensions and plunder ; while the ministry, divided...
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Essays, moral and political, Volume 2

Robert Southey - Literary Collections - 1832
...seditious ' scribblers to trample on authority, and every ' thing that used to keep them in order.. .What ' the event will be God only knows. But some...constitution • and the best king any nation was ever blest with.' These were the remarks of Franklin, made at the time and on the spot,.. and he will not...
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Essays, moral and political, Volume 2

Robert Southey - Literary Collections - 1832
...seditious * scribblers to trample on authority, and every * thing that used to keep them in order.. .What ' the event will be God only knows. But some...constitution * and the best king any nation was ever blest with.' These were the remarks of Franklin, made at the time and on the spot,., and he will not...
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The history of the United States of North America, from the ..., Volume 2

James Grahame - United States - 1836
...women, and children : which seems only to have produced an universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...little regard for each other, worried by perpetual opposition, in continual apprehension of danger, intent on securing popularity in case they should...
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The History of the Rise and Progress of the United States of North ..., Volume 4

James Grahame - United States - 1836
...women, and children : which seems only to have produced an universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...little regard for each other, worried by perpetual opposition, in continual apprehension of danger, intent on securing popularity in case they should...
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The works of Benjamin Franklin: with notes and a life of the author by J. Sparks

Benjamin Franklin - 1840
...men, women, and children, which seems only to have produced a universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...and plunder; while the ministry, divided in their counsels, with little regard for each other, worried by perpetual oppositions, in continual apprehension...
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The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: Collected by Himself, Volume 10

Robert Southey - Poetry - 1842
...men, women, and children, which seems only to have produced an universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...their councils, with little regard for each other, wearied by perpetual oppositions, in continual apprehension of changes, intent on securing popularity,...
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