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" His doubts might have been indeed pardoned ; for, except perhaps the flying fish, there was no race existing on the earth, in the air, or the waters, who were the object of such an unintermitting, general, and relentless persecution as the Jews of this... "
New Monthly Magazine - Page 103
by Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Thomas Hood, Theodore Edward Hook, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1821
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Ivanhoe: A Romance, Volume 2

Sir Walter Scott - Great Britain - 1820
...to betray him into some ambuscade of his enemies. His doubts might have been indeed pardoned ; for, except perhaps the flying fish, there was no race existing on the earth, in the air, or the waters, who were the object of such an unintermitting, general, and relentless persecution as the Jews of this...
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as] The New ...

1821
...the latter remarked, " it was no such great condescension for the son of an earl to wait on the sou of a king." The coronation of Richard I. was distinguished...the flying fish, there was no race existing on the earui, in the air, or the waters," says that distinguished writer, " who were the object of such an...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 2

1822
...423, &c. f A saying ascribed by Camden to Edward I. We have an unique coronation of the heir apparent, as a titular king, in the reign of Henry II.; and...unremitting, general and relentless persecution, as the Jews of this period. It is a well known story of King John, that he confined a wealthy Jew in one...
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Historical romances of the author of Waverley, Volume 1

sir Walter Scott (bart [novels, collected]) - 1822
...to betray him into some ambuscade of his enemies. His doubts might have been indeed pardoned; for, except perhaps the flying fish, there was no. race existing on the earth, in the air, or the waters, who were the object of such an unintermitting, general, and relentless persecution as the Jews of this...
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The Complete Works of Sir Walter Scott: With a Biography, and His ..., Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - English literature - 1833
...to betray him into some ambuscade of his enemies. His doubts might have been indeed pardoned ; for, except perhaps the flying fish, there was no race existing on the earth, in the air, or the waters, who were the object of such an unintermitting, general and relentless persecution as the Jews of this...
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Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion Derived from the Literal ...

Alexander Keith - Apologetics - 1836 - 1 pages
...persecuted by the greedy and rapacious nobility." (vol. ip 83.) "Except perhaps the flying-fish, there was no race existing on the earth, in the air, or the waters, who were the objects of Mich an unremitting, general, and relentless persecution as the Jews of this...
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Waverley Novels ...: Ivanhoe

Sir Walter Scott - 1853
...to betray him into some ambuscade of his enemies. His doubts might have been indeed pardoned ; for, except perhaps the flying fish, there was no race existing on the earth, in the air, or the waters, who were the object of such an unintermittiug, general, and relentless persecution as the Jews of this...
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Waverley novels. (Abbotsford ed.).

sir Walter Scott (bart [novels, collected]) - 1844
...to betray him into some ambuscade of his cnеmies. His doubts might have been indeed pardoned ; for, except perhaps the flying fish, there was no race existing on the earth, in the air, or the waters, who were the object of such an unintermitting, general, and relentless persecution as the Jews of this...
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The Jews in Great Britain: Being a Series of Six Lectures, Delivered in the ...

Moses Margoliouth - Jews - 1846 - 412 pages
...religion to hate, to revile, to despise, to plunder, and to persecute. How truly was it said, that " except, perhaps, the flying fish, there was no race existing on the earth, in the air, or in the waters, who were the objects of such an unintermitting, general, and relentless persecution...
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Universalism not of God: an examination of the system of Universalism; its ...

Matthew Hale Smith - Universalism - 1847 - 258 pages
...and persecuted by the greedy and rapacious nobility. Except, perhaps, the flying fish," he adds, " there was no race existing on the earth, in the air, or the waters, who were the objects of such an unremitting, general, and relentless persecution as the Jews of this...
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