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" Are you prepared to hear of defection, to receive the reproaches of partisans as well as enemies, treasons of your friends, exile, shame, nakedness, hunger, even the hunger of your own children, your own death by an executioner, after that of your husband... "
Gaspard de Coligny. (New Plutarch). - Page 158
by Sir Walter Besant - 1879 - 232 pages
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumes 61-62

Henry Allon - 1875
...your friends, exile, shame, nakedness, hunger, even the hunger of your own children, your own death by an executioner, after that of your husband ? I give...three weeks to consider." " They are gone already," replied his wife. " Do not bring upon your head the deaths of those three weeks, or I will myself bear...
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The british quarterly review

HODDER AND STOUGHTON - 1875
...your friends, exile, shame, nakedness, hunger, even the hunger of your own children, your own death by an executioner, after that of your husband ? I give...three weeks to consider." " They are gone already," replied his wife. " Do not bring upon your head the deaths of those three weeks, or I will myself bear...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 22; Volume 85

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1875
...your friends, exile, shame, nakedness, hunger, even the hunger of your own children, your own death by an executioner, after that of your husband ? I give...three weeks to consider." " They are gone already," replied his wife. " Do not bring upon your head the deaths of those three weeks, or I will myself bear...
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Presbyterians and the Revolution

William Pratt Breed - Presbyterian Church - 1876 - 205 pages
...your friends, exile, shame, nakedness, hunger, even the hunger of your own children, your own death by an executioner, after that of your husband ? I give...three weeks to consider." " They are gone already," replied his wife. " Do not bring upon your head the deaths of those three weeks, or I will myself bear...
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Coligny: The Earlier Life of the Great Huguenot

Eugène Bersier - Admirals - 1884 - 351 pages
...disorders, to bear the reproaches of your own partisans as well as your enemies, to hear of the treason of your friends, to bear exile into foreign lands,...your husband ? I give you three weeks to consider, and if you are then prepared to brave all that may come I will go 1 D'Aubigne did not mean to say that...
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