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" I have here the strangest Employment imaginable. A Republican and just as it were emerged from that Assembly which has formed one of the most republican of all republican Constitutions, I preach incessantly Respect for the Prince, Attention to the Rights... "
'Les origines de la France contemporaine'. The Revolution, tr. by J. Durand - Page 118
by Hippolyte Adolphe Taine - 1878
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The Foreign Quarterly Review, Volume 5; Volume 10

English literature - 1832
...and just as it were emerged from that assembly, which has formed one of the most republican of all republican constitutions, I preach incessantly respect...only in the object, but also in the pursuit of it. All this, you will say, is none of my business; but I consider France as the natural ally of my country,...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 53

1886
..." and just as it were emerged from that assembly which has formed one of the most republican of all republican constitutions, I preach incessantly respect...only in the object, but also in the pursuit of it." " They want an American Constitution, with the exception of a king instead of a president, without...
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The Diary and Letters of Gouverneur Morris: Minister of the United ..., Volume 1

Gouverneur Morris - France - 1888
...and just, as it were, emerged from that assembly which has formed one of the most republican of all republican constitutions, I preach incessantly respect...only in the object but also in the pursuit of it. All this, you will say, is none of my business, but I consider France as the natural ally of my country...
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The Diary and Letters of Gouverneur Morris: Minister of the United ..., Volume 1

Gouverneur Morris - France - 1888
...and just, as it were, emerged from that assembly which has formed one of the most republican of all republican constitutions, I preach incessantly respect...only in the object but also in the pursuit of it. All this, you will say, is none of my business, but I consider France as the natural ally of my country—and...
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Gouveneur Morris

Theodore Roosevelt - 1888 - 370 pages
...republican, and just as it were emerged from that assembly which has formed one of the most republican of all republican constitutions, I preach incessantly respect for the prince, attention to the rights of the nobles, and above all moderation, not only in the object, but also in the pursuit of it. All this you...
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Gouverneur Morris

Theodore Roosevelt - Biografia - 1888 - 370 pages
...republican, and just as it were emerged from that assembly which has formed one of the most republican of all republican constitutions, I preach incessantly respect for the prince, attention to the rights of the nobles, and above all moderation, not only in the object, but also in the pursuit of it. All this you...
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Gouverneur Morris

Theodore Roosevelt - Biografia - 1888 - 370 pages
...constitutions, I preach incessantly respect for the prince, attention to the rights of the nobles, and above all moderation, not only in the object, but also in the pursuit of it. All this you will say is none of my business ; but I consider France as the natural ally of my country,...
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The French Revolution, Volume 1

Hippolyte Taine - France - 1897
...honourable fathers of a family, or, at best, provincial academicians, add two hundred and eight cure's, their equals ; this makes six hundred and fifty out...Jefferson, a democrat and radical, expresses himself no difleren'ly. At the time of the oath of the Tennis Court, he redoubles his eflorts to induce Lafayette...
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Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political ..., Issue 16

Clay industries - 1897 - 315 pages
...the strangest employment possible. "A republican, and just as it were emerged from one of the most republican constitutions, I preach incessantly respect...nobility, and moderation, not only in the object but in the pursuit of it." 1 This was the burden of all his later advice to those active in the Revolution...
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Contemporary American Opinion of the French Revolution, Volume 16

Charles Downer Hazen - France - 1897 - 315 pages
...the strangest employment possible. "A republican, and just as it were emerged from one of the most republican constitutions, I preach incessantly respect...nobility, and moderation, not only in the object but in the pursuit of it." 1 This was the burden of all his later advice to those active in the Revolution...
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