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" What precious moments," said he, "the Courts of Naples and Vienna are losing! Three months would liberate Italy ; but this Court is so enervated, that the happy moment will be lost. I am very unwell ; and their miserable conduct is not likely to cool... "
Peerage of England. ... - Page 597
by Arthur Collins, Sir Egerton Brydges - 1812
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The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor, Volume 2

1810
...liberate Italy; but this court is so enervated that the happy moment will be lost:" — and again: — '* I am very unwell, and the miserable conduct of this...irritable temper. It is a country of fiddlers and poets, strumpets and scoundrels." — The mob, he suid afterwards, were loyal, the nobility jacobins. When...
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Collins's peerage of England; genealogical, biographical, and ..., Volume 5

Arthur Collins, Sir Egerton Brydges - Nobility - 1812
...Queen, and Sir William and Lady Hamilton, were foremost. On September 30th, he wrote thus to Lord br. Vincent: " I trust, my Lord, in a week we shall all...October 2d, when the dispatches were brought by the Hon. Captain C.ipel. The illustrious Admiral was immediately advanced to the Peerage, by the title...
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The Analectic Magazine ...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ...

Washington Irving - Literary Criticism - 1813
...is so enervated, that the happy moment will be lost. I am very unwell, and their miserable conduct is not likely to cool my irritable temper. It is a...of fiddlers and poets, whores and scoundrels." The French after this got possession of Naples, owing to th« imbecility and corruption ef the government,...
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The Analectic Magazine, to which is Added, an Appendix of Official ..., Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1813
...is so enervated, that the happy moment will be lost. I am very unwell; and their miserable conduct is not likely to cool my irritable temper. It is a...of fiddlers and poets, whores and scoundrels." The French after this got possession of Naples, owing to the imbecility and corruption of the government,...
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The British Review, and London Critical Journal, Volume 5

1813
...is so enervated, that the happy moment will be lost. I am very unwell ; and their miserable conduct is not likely to cool my irritable temper. It is a...country of fiddlers and poets, whores and scoundrels." This sense of their ruinous weakness lie always retained ; nor was he ever blind to the1 mingled folly...
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The Life of Nelson, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1813
...so enervated, that the happy mo" ment will be lost. I am very unwell ; and " their miserable conduct is not likely to " cool my irritable temper. It is a country " of fiddlers and poets, whores and scoun" drels." This sense of their ruinous weakness he always retained ; nor was he ever blind to the...
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Memoirs of Lady Hamilton: with illustrative anecdotes of many of her most ...

1815 - 200 pages
...very day after the celebrated fete, of which we have taken notice : " I am very unwell;" said he, " and the miserable conduct of this court is not likely to cool my irritable temper. It is a countiy of fidlers and poets, whores and scoundrels." That Nelson should with such feelings continue...
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The life of Nelson

Robert Southey - 1830 - 309 pages
...is so enervated, that the happy moment will be lost. I am very unwell ; and their miserable conduct is not likely to cool my irritable temper. It is a...country of fiddlers and poets, whores and scoundrels." This sense of their ruinous weakness he always retained ; nor was he ever blind to the mingled folly...
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The life of Nelson revised and illustrated, by the Old Sailor

Matthew Henry Barker - 1836
...Three months would liberate Italy ; but this court is so enervated that the happy moment will be lost. I am very unwell, and the miserable conduct of this...country of fiddlers and poets, whores and scoundrels." Subsequent events furnished but too comNelson created a Peer. plete a justification of this seemingly...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volume 6

Families - 1843
...is so enervated, that the happy moment will be lost. I am very unwell; and their miserable conduct is not likely to cool my irritable temper. It is a...country of fiddlers and poets, whores and scoundrels." This sense of their ruinous weakness he always retained ; nor was he ever blind to the mingled folly...
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