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" Look back, I beseech you, and deliberate a little, before you determine that this is an office that perfectly becomes you. If I stop here, it is not for want of a multitude of objections. The mischief you are going to do yourself, is to my apprehension,... "
The Works and Correspondance of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke - Page 568
by Edmund Burke - 1852
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The Monthly Review

1797
...that I favoured with all my power this liberticide project. It is, on the contrary, most indisputable, that I did every thing in my power to prevent it. ' I was interrogated respecting certain private meetings said to h9ve been held at the Thuilleries, and...
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Biographical Memoirs of the French Revolution, Volume 2

John Adolphus - France - 1799
...that I favoured with all my power the liberticide project. It is, on the contrary, moft indifputable, that I did every thing in my power to prevent it. I was interrogated refpefting certain private meetings faid to have been held at the Thuilleries, and...
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The New Edinburgh review

...becomes you. If I stop here, it is not for want of a multitude of objections. The mischief you are going to do yourself, is, to my apprehension, palpable....no sort of consolation for me to reflect that I did everything in my power to prevent it. I wish you were at the devil for giving me all tliis trouble...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 4

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1845
...long regarded as one of their impediments to power. He proceeds — " The mischief you are going todo yourself, is to my apprehension, palpable. It is visible....feel it in every sense : and so will you hereafter." This letter certainly wants the polish of Junius, butit has the power of bitter thought, and it sneers...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumes 181-182

Early English newspapers - 1847
...becomes you. If I stop here, it is not for want of a multitude of objections. The mischief you are going to do yourself is, to my apprehension, palpable....consolation for me to reflect that I did every thing in ray power to prevent it. I wish that you were at the devil for giving me all this trouble ; and so...
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Junius: including letters by the same writer under other ..., Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1850
...becomes ynu. If I stop here, it is not for want of a multitude of objections. The mischief you are going to do yourself, is, to my apprehension, palpable....already. I feel it in every sense: and so will you hercaiter when. I vow to tiod (a most elegant phrasel, it will be no sort of ennsulation ibr me to...
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Life of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke

Sir James Prior - 1854 - 545 pages
...with Dr. Price or others, for altercation there must be — disgraceful. — " The mischief you are going to do yourself is to my apprehension palpable....feel it in every sense ; and so will you hereafter." Concluding with the cordial anathema of a thoroughly vexed friend — " I wish you were at the devil...
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Life of ... Edmund Burke, revised by the author

James Prior (sir.) - 1854
...altercation with Dr. Price or others, for altercation there must be—disgraceful.—" The mischief you are going to do yourself is to my apprehension palpable....it already. I feel it in every sense ; and so will you_hereafter." Concluding with the cordial anathema of a thoroughly vexed friend— " I wish you were...
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Junius, lord Chatham: a biography, setting forth the condition of English ...

William Dowe - 1857 - 252 pages
...becomes you. If I stop here, it is not for want of a multitude of objections. The mischief you are going to do yourself, is, to my apprehension, palpable....snuff it in the wind. I taste it already. I feel it is in every sense; and so will you hereafter, when, I vow to God, a most elegant phrase ! it will be...
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History of the Life and Times of Edmund Burke, Volume 3

Thomas Macknight - 1860
...that of most candid friends, extremely disagreeable. He wrote in conclusion : " The mischief you are going to do yourself is, to my apprehension, palpable....no sort of consolation for me to reflect that I did everything in my power to prevent it. I wish you were at the devil for giving me all this trouble;...
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