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" Saturninus, the Gracchi, Flaccus, and many others, there is no ground to fear that by killing this parricide any envy would lie upon me with posterity. Yet, if the greatest was sure to befall me, it was always my persuasion, that envy acquired by virtue... "
Cicero's select orations - Page 133
by Marcus Tullius Cicero, William Duncan - 1811 - 671 pages
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The history of the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Volume 1

Conyers Middleton - Rome - 1741
...upon me with " pofterity ; yet if the greateft was fureto be" fall me, it was always my perfuafion, that '*' envy acquired by virtue was really glory, not *' envy : but there are fome of this very order, " who do not either fee the dangers which hang *' over us, or elfe diflemble...
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Elegant extracts: or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose, selected ...

Vicesimus Knox - Literary Criticism - 1790 - 1019 pages
...would lie upon me uith pottenty. Yet if the greatest was lure to befal me, it was always my perfuafion, that envy acquired by virtue was really glory, not envy. But there are fome of this very order, who do not either fee the dangers which hang over us, or elfe dLTemble what...
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The Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Volume 1

Conyers Middleton - Authors, Latin - 1804
...befal me, it was always my " persuasion, that envy, acquired by virtue, was " really glory, not enyy : but there are some, of this " very order, who do not...cherish " Catiline's hopes, and add strength to the conspi" racy, by not believing it; whose authority influ" ences many, not only of the wicked, but the...
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the roman history from the building of rome to the ruin of the commonwealth

n. hooke - 1806
...are some of this very order, who^ithgf jdc^not ."seethe dangers which handover us n '-o...eje " dissemble what they see; who,, by the softness " of their votes, cherish CatUina^ hopes ,_and-add " strength to the Conspiracy by not believing it; ".whose authority influences...
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Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most eminent ...

Elegant extracts - 1812
...lie upon me with posterity. Yet if the greatest was sure to befal me, it was always my persuasion, that envy acquired by virtue was really glory, not...very order, who do not either see the dangers which hangover us, or else dissemble what they see ; who, by the softness of their votes, cherish Catiline's...
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Elegant extracts

Elegant extracts - 1816
...lie upon me with posterity. Yet if the greatest was sure to befal me, it was always ray persuasion, that envy acquired by virtue was really glory, not...see ; who, by the softness of their votes, cherish Cataline's hopes, and add strength to the conspiracy by not believing it; whose authority influences...
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The life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Volume 1

Conyers Middleton - 1818
...upon me with posterity ; yet if the greatest was " sure to befall me, it was always my persuasion, " that envy acquired by virtue was really glory, not...hopes, " and add strength to the conspiracy by not believ44 ing it ; whose authority influences many, not only " of the wicked but the weak ; who, if...
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Elegant Extracts: Or Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose

Vicesimus Knox - English prose literature - 1824 - 772 pages
...lie upon me with posterity. Yet if the greatest was sure to befa! me, it was always my persuasion, mus Cataline's hopes, and add strength to the conspiracy by not believing it; whose authority influences...
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The Roman History: From the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth ...

Nathaniel Hooke - Rome - 1830
...senate, " ' There are some, who either do not see the dangers that hang over us, ordis- Middl. seruble what they see, who, by the softness of their votes, cherish Catiline's hopes, p. 181. and add strength to the conspiracy by not believing it. Whose authority influences many,...
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The Roman History: From the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth ...

Nathaniel Hooke - Rome - 1830
...senate, " ' There are some, who either do not see the dangers that hang over us, or dis- Middl. semble what they see, who, by the softness of their votes, cherish Catiline's hopes, p. 181. and add strength to the conspiracy by not believing it W hose authority influences many,...
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