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" And as to you, Sir, treacherous in private friendship (for so you have been to me, and that in the day of danger) and a hypocrite in public life, the world will be puzzled to decide whether you are an apostate or an impostor ; whether you have abandoned... "
Alumni Register - Page 199
1900
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The English Review, Or, An Abstract of English and Foreign Literature, Volume 25

English literature - 1795
...friendfhip (for fo you have been to me, and'that in the day of danger) and a hypocrite in public life, th* world will be puzzled to decide, whether you are an APOSTATE or an IMPOSTOR f 'whether you have abandoned good principles, or whether you ever had any ?' The american conttitution,...
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Porcupine's Works: Containing Various Writings and Selections ..., Volume 4

William Cobbett - United States - 1801
...president of the United States. And Letter to Gen. ffasiiingten. And as to you, Sir, treacherous in-private friendship, and a hypocrite in public life, the world...puzzled to decide, whether you are an apostate or an impost er; whether you have abandoned good principles, or whether you ever bad any ? Dedication to...
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The British Review, and London Critical Journal, Volume 1

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1811
...to whom he had dedicated the first part of his " Rights of Man," in which he thus addresses him : " As to you, Sir, treacherous in private friendship,...decide whether you are an apostate or an impostor." From vilifying Washington, he returned to the abuse of the 'Christian religion, says his biographer....
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The life of Thomas Paine

James Cheetham - Political scientists - 1817 - 187 pages
...old, is the prayer of, sir," &c. But Washington is the antipodes of all this in his Parisian letter. " As to you, sir, treacherous in private friendship,...abandoned good principles, or whether you ever had any !" (Letter to Washington, p. 3 !.)(/i) From vilifying Washington, he returned to his abuse of the Christian...
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The Life of Thomas Paine

James Cheetham - Political scientists - 1817 - 187 pages
...old, is the prayer of, sir," &c. But Washington is the antipodes of all this in his Parisian letter. " As to you, sir, treacherous in private friendship,...you have abandoned good principles, or whether you everliad any !" (Letter to Washingron, p."34.)(/i) From vilifying Washington, he returned to his abuse...
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The Political and Miscellaneous Works of Thomas Paine ...

Thomas Paine - Political science - 1819
...Sir, treacherous in private friendship (for so you have been to me, and that in the day of danger) and a hypocrite in public life, the world will be...are an APOSTATE, or an IMPOSTOR?— Whether you have ahandoned good principles, or whether you ever had any ? THOMAS PAINE. APPENDIX. MEMO III AL OF to...
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Familiar Letters on Public Characters, and Public Events: From the Peace of ...

William Sullivan - United States - 1834 - 468 pages
...treacherous in private friend" ship, (for so you have been to me, and that in the day of " danger,)* and a hypocrite in public life, the world will be...abandoned good principles, or " whether you ever had any." It is not to be supposed that Mr. Jefferson, (who was one of Bache's patrons, as appears from his recommendation...
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Familiar Letters on Public Characters, and Public Events, from the Peace of ...

William Sullivan - United States - 1834 - 345 pages
...made himself a French citizen. 6* " world will be puzzled to decide, whether you are an apos" tate, or an impostor ; whether you have abandoned good " principles, or whether you ever had any." It is not to be supposed that Mr. Jefferson, (who was one of Bache's patrons, as appears from his recommendation...
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The Life of Thomas Paine, Author of "Common Sense", "Rights of Man", "Age of ...

Gilbert Vale - Political scientists - 1841 - 192 pages
...been to me, and that in the day of danger) and a hypocrite in public life, the world will be troubled to decide whether you are an APOSTATE, or an IMPOSTOR—...abandoned good principles, or whether you ever had any. THOMAS PAINE. S in ATHENS, AB, by Shelley, )ICAL, by Paul ON'S MANUAL, •n HEALTH, BANKING, Man to...
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The North American Review, Volume 57

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1843
...almost at random, like our extracts from the " Age of Reason." " As to you," (speaking to Washington,) " treacherous in private friendship, and a hypocrite...world will be puzzled to decide whether you are an impostor or a villain ; whether you have abandoned good principles, or whether you ever had any." This,...
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