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" To that branch of French philofophy, however, termed FREE-THINKING, may we attribute the errors of BUONAPARTE, and the growth of thofe licentious maxims and manners, which have brought an unoffending Monarch to the guillotine, deftroyed the peace of Society,... "
Travels in Italy, between 1792 and 1798; containing a view of the late ... - Page 154
by Mariana Starke - 1802
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 29

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1800
...French philofophy, -however, termed fice-thinking, may we attribute the errors of Buonaparte, and die growth of thofe licentious maxims and manners, which...brought an unoffending monarch to the guillotine, deftroyid the peace of fociefy, and deluded Europe with blood.' Vol. i. p. 153. The remainder of this...
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Rebellious Hearts: British Women Writers and the French Revolution

Adriana Craciun, Kari Lokke - History - 2001 - 395 pages
...victories by the wickedness of the cause they were gained to support. To that branch of French philosophy, however, termed FREE-THINKING, may we attribute the errors of Buonaparte, and the growth of those licentious maxims and manners, which have brought an unoffending Monarch to the guillotine, destroyed...
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