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" But it is all alike," he .added, " vile and contemptible. You have never flinched that I know of; and I shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity. "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 554
1812
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Junius: including letters by the same writer, under other signatures, (now ...

Junius - Great Britain - 1812
...grossly." the cause and the public: BOTH ARE GIVEN up. I feel for the honour of thia country, when I set that there are not ten men in it who will unite and...contemptible. You have never flinched that I know of: I shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity. If you have any thing to communicate of moment to...
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The Port Folio

Joseph Dennie, John Elihu Hall - Philadelphia (Pa.) - 1813
...city, or as any of your wise aldermen. I meant the cause, and the public: BOTH AHE GIVEN UP. 1 feel for the honour of this country, when I see that there...question. But it is all alike vile and contemptible, JUNIUS. U5 never flinched that I know of: I shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity. If you...
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Junius: Including Letters by the Same Writer, Under Other Signatures, (now ...

Junius - Great Britain - 1813
...city, or as any of your wise aldermen. I meant the cause and the public. Both are given up. I feel for the honour of this country, when I see that there...question. But it is all alike, vile and contemptible. Tou have never flinched that I know of; and I shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity. If...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1813
...or as any of your wise aldermen. I meant the cause and tlie public : both art- given up. I ft-rl for the honour of this country, when I see that there...will unite and stand together upon any one question, lint it is all alike vile and contemptible. You have never flinched tlrat I know of: I shall always...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1813
...meant the cause and the public. Both are given up. I feel for the honour of this country, when I sec that there are not ten men in it who will unite and stand together, oq any one question But it is all alike, vile and contemptible. ' January 19, 1773. ' You have never...
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Junius: including letters by the same writer under other signatures, now ...

Junius (pseud.) - 1814
...city, or as any of your wise aldermen. I meant the cause and the public : BOTH ARE GIVEN up. J feel for the honour of this country, when I see that there...contemptible. You have never flinched that I know of j and I shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity. If you have any thing to communicate (of moment...
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Memoirs by a Celebrated Literary and Political Character: From the ...

Richard Glover, Richard Duppa - Great Britain - 1814 - 164 pages
...the melancholy character of Junius's mind. " Both the cause and the public are given up ;' I feel for the honour of this country, when I see that there...question. But it is all alike vile and contemptible." Junius, vol. ip*255. " lam in earnest, because I am convinced, as far as my understanding is capable...
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The identity of Junius with a distinguished living character [sir P. Francis ...

John Taylor, Junius (pesud.) - 1818
...letter is in the same strain." I meant % the cause and the public. Both are given up. I feel for the honour of this country, when I see that there are not ten men in it, who will unite and JUNIUS, i. *173. Private Letter to Woodfall. t , i- *250. Ditto. t FRANCIS." If we. really mean...
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The Identity of Junius with a Distinguished Living Character Established ...

John Taylor - 1818 - 404 pages
...letter is in the same strain. " I meant the caiiw and the public. Both are given up. I feel for the honour of this country, when I see that there are not ten men in it, who will unite and JUNIUS, i. 173. Private Letter to Woodfall. t , i. 260. Ditto. t FRANCIS. " Ifwe really...
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A Critical Enquiry Regarding the Real Author of the Letters of Junius ...

George Coventry, George Coventry (of Wandsworth.) - History - 1825 - 382 pages
...last letter Mr. Woodfall received from Junius was dated January 19, 1773 : concluding thus : " You have never flinched that I know of: and I shall always rejoice to hear of your prosperity. If you have any thing to communicate of moment to yourself, you may use the last address and give a...
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