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" Mr. Bacon, if you have any tooth against me, pluck it out; for it will do you more hurt, than all the teeth in your head will do you good. "
A Book about Lawyers - Page 217
by John Cordy Jeaffreson - 1867 - 432 pages
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Bacon

Richard William Church - Great Britain History Early Stuarts, 1603-1649 - 1884 - 227 pages
...you not; and the less you speak of your own greatness, the more I will think of it.' "He replied, '/ think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness towards...you, who are less than little; less than the least;' and other such strange light terms he gave me, with that insulting which cannot be expressed. " Herewith...
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Bacon

Richard William Church - Philosophers - 1884 - 214 pages
...will do you good.' I answered coldly in these very words: 'Mr. Attorney, I respect you; I fear you not; and the less you speak of your own greatness, the more I will think of it.' ' ' He replied, '1 think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness tmoards you, who are less than little...
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Francis Bacon: An Account of His Life and Works

Edwin Abbott Abbott - Philosophers - 1885 - 507 pages
...will do you good.' I answered coldly in these very words : ' Mr. Attorney, I respect you ; I fear you not ; and the less you speak of your own greatness, the more I will think of it.' "He replied, 'I think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness towards you, who are less than little...
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Francis Bacon: An Account of His Life and Works

Edwin Abbott Abbott - Philosophers - 1885 - 507 pages
...will do you good.' I answered coldly in these very words : ' Mr. Attorney, I respect you ; I fear you not ; and the less you speak of your own greatness, the more 1 will think of it.' " He replied, ' I think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness towards you, who...
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Francis Bacon: his life and philosophy, Volume 1

John Nichol - 1888
...will do you good.' 1 answered coldly in these very words : ' Mr Attorney, I respect you ; I fear you not ; and the less you speak of your own greatness, the more I will think of it.' " He replied, ' I think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness towards you, who are less than little...
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Francis Bacon: His Life and Philosophy, Volume 1

John Nichol - 1888
...will do you good.' 1 answered coldly in these very words : ' Mr Attorney, I respect you ; I fear you not ; and the less you speak of your own greatness, the more I will think of it.' " He replied, ' I think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness towards you, who are less than little...
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Francis Bacon: Bacon's life

John Nichol - 1888
...will do you good.' 1 answered coldly in these very words : ' Mr Attorney, I respect you ; I fear you not; and the less you speak of your own greatness, the more I will think of it.' " He replied,' I think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness towards you, who are less than little...
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Bacon

Richard William Church - 1888 - 287 pages
...will do you good." I answered coldly in these very words : " Mr. Attorney, I respect you ; I fear you not; and the less you speak of your own greatness, the more I mil think of it." He replied, " I think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness towards you, who are...
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The Great Cryptogram: Francis Bacon's Cipher in the So-called ..., Volume 2

Ignatius Donnelly - 1888 - 998 pages
...will do you good." I answered coldly, in these very words: " Mr. Attorney, I respect you; I fear you not; and the less you speak of your own greatness, the more will I think of it." He replied: " I think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness toward you, who are...
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The Tale of the Shakspere Epitaph

Drama - 1888 - 227 pages
...will do you good.' I answered coldly in these very words : ' Mr. Attorney, I respect you ; I fear you not, and the less you speak of your own greatness the more will I think of it.' He replied : ' I think scorn to stand upon terms of greatness toward you, who...
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