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" Ah ! why will Kings forget that they are Men ? And Men that they are brethren ? Why delight In human sacrifice ? Why burst the ties Of Nature, that should knit their souls together In one soft bond of amity and love... "
History of Boone County, Missouri: Written and Comp. from the Most Authentic ... - Page 41
1882 - 1144 pages
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Death: a poetical essay

Beilby Porteus (bp. of London.) - 1759
...a Villain, Millions a Hero. — Princes were privileg'd To kill, and numbers fanâified the crime. Ah ! why will Kings forget that they are Men ? And Men that they are brethren ? Why delight In human facrifice ? Why burft the ties Of Nature, that íhould knit their fouls together In one foft bond of...
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Musae Seatonianae: A Complete Collection of the Cambridge Prize Poems, from ...

University of Cambridge - College verse - 1772 - 334 pages
...a Villain, Millions a Hero. — Princes were privileg'd To kill, and numbers fanftified the crime. Ah ! why will Kings forget that they are Men ! And Men that they are Brethren ? Why delight In human facrifice ? Why burft the ties Of Nature, that mould knit their fouls together In one foft bond of...
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Death: a poetical essay

Beilby Porteus (bp. of London.) - 1772
...made a Villain, Millions a Hero. . Princes were privileg'd To kill, and numbers fanftified the crime. Ah ! why will Kings forget that they are Men ? And...Men that they are brethren" ? Why delight In human facrifice ? Why burft the ties Of Nature, .that mould knit their fouls together In one foft bond of...
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Elegant Extracts; Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry ..., Volume 1

Vicesimus Knox - English poetry - 1791
...made a Villain, Million! a Hero'. Princes were privilcg'd To kill ; and numbers ("anftificd the crime. Ah ! why will Kings forget that they are Men» And Men that they arc brethren ? Why delight In human facriiicc • Why burft the ties Of Nature, that mould knit their...
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The Monthly Visitor, and Entertaining Pocket Companion, Volume 9

1800
...made a villain, Millions a hero. Princes were privileg'd To kill, and number> fanctity'd the crime. Ah ! why will kings forget that they are men ^ And men that they are brethren? why delight In human faciifice • Why buift the ties Of nature that mould knit their fouls together In one foft band of...
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Public Characters

Alexander Stephens - Biography - 1801
...a villain, , " Millions a hero; Princes are privileg'd " To kill, and numbers sanctify the crime. " Ah, why will Kings forget that they are men « " And...together • " In one soft bond of amity and love ? '* They yet still breathe destruction, still go on, *• Inhumanly ingenious, to find out " New pains...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 - 1809-10

1801
...evidently meant to shew that the " treasonable prac" tices" committed by him and the other persons in" Ah, why will Kings forget that they are men? " And...delight " In human sacrifice? Why burst the ties " Of Nuturo, that should knit their souls together " In one soft bond of amity and love? " They yet still...
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Public Characters, Volume 3

Alexander Stephens - Biography - 1801
...meant to shew that the " treasonable prac" iices" committed by him and the oiher persons in" Ah, \vhy will Kings forget that they are men? *« And men that they are brethren? Why delight M In human sacrifice? Why burst the tics f Of Nature, that should knit their souls together " In one...
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The Public Characters, Volume 3

Biography - 1801
...a villain, " Millions a hero ; Princes are privileg'd " To kill, and numbers fanftify the crime. " Ah, why will Kings forget that they are men ? " And men, that they are 'urethren ? Why delight " In human facriflce ? Why burft the tics " Of Nature, that Ihould knit their...
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

...appetites, and view as cold and insipid the warmth of affection, and the interchange of Charity : ' Ah ! why will kings forget that they are men— And men, that they are brethren. Why burst the ties Of nature, that should knit their souls together, ID one soft bond of amity and love.'...
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