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" Mirabeau suddenly breaking silence, said: " Gentlemen, I admit, that what you have just heard might be for the welfare of the country, were it not that the presents of despotism are always dangerous. What is this insulting dictatorship? The pomp of arms,... "
Mirabeau: Triumph - Page 37
by John Stores Smith - 1848
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The history of the French revolution, tr. with notes

Marie Joseph L. Adolphe Thiers - 1845
...rose. " Gentlemen," said he, " I confess that what we have just heard might redound to the benefit of the country, were it not that the presents of despotism are always dangerous .... What ! an array of arms, and the violation of the national temple, to command you to be happy...
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History of the French Revolution, from 1789 to 1814

M. Mignet (François-Auguste-Marie-Alexis) - France - 1846 - 424 pages
...breaking silence, said: " Gentlemen, I admit, that what you have just heard might be for the welfare of the country, were it not that the presents of despotism are always dangerous. What is this insulting dictatorship? The pomp of arms, the violation of the national temple, are resorted...
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Mirabeau: a life-history, in four books

John Stores Smith - France - 1848 - 374 pages
...elevated his commanding form above the mass of deputies, expanded his broad Hercules-bosom, and flung his head back upon his shoulders, as was his wont. "Gentlemen,"...surrounds the Assembly. Where are the foes of the nation? IsCataline at our gates ? I call upon you, gentlemen, to assert your dignity and legislative power,...
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History of the French Revolution from 1789 to 1814

M. Mignet (François-Auguste-Marie-Alexis) - France - 1856 - 442 pages
...breaking silence, said: " Gentlemen, I admit, that what you have just heard might be for the welfare of the country, were it not that the presents of despotism are always dangerous. What is this insulting dictatorship? The pomp of arms, the violation of the national temple, are resorted...
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The French Revolution,

Justin Huntly McCarthy - France - 1890
...himself, rose and said : " Gentlemen, I admit that what you have just heard might be for the welfare of the country, were it not that the presents of despotism are always dangerous. What is this insulting dictatorship? The pomp of arms, the violation of the national temple, are resorted...
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The History of Nations, Volume 10

Henry Cabot Lodge - World history - 1906
...breaking silence, said: "Gentlemen, I admit that what you have just heard might be for the welfare of the country, were it not that the presents of despotism are always dangerous. What is this insulting dictatorship? The pomp of arms, the violation of the national temple, are resorted...
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Mirabeau and the French Revolution

Charles Franklin Warwick - France - 1908 - 483 pages
...broken by Mirabeau, who said : " I admit that what you have just heard might be for the welfare of the country, were it not that the presents of despotism are always dangerous. What is this insulting dictatorship ? The pomp of arms, the violation of the national temple are resorted...
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