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" ... pompous and expensive vanities ; having erected for himself a more glorious monument in the hearts of good men, by his affection to his country, his abilities of mind, his impartial justice, his diligence in the public service, and his other virtues... "
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edited by - 1908 - 22 pages
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Memoirs of Edmund Ludlow: esq. ...

Edmund Ludlow - Great Britain - 1698
...abilities ot Mind, his impartial Juftice, his diligence in the Publick Service,and his other Vertues, which were a far greater Honour to his Memory, than a Dormitory among ft the Afhes of Kiiigs, who, for the moftpart, as they had governed others by their Pa (lions,...
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Memoirs of Edmund Ludlow, Esq. ...: With a Collection of Original ..., Volume 1

Edmund Ludlow - Great Britain - 1751
...to his country, his abilities of mind, his impartial juftice, his diligence in the public fervice, and his other virtues ; which were a far greater honour to his memory, than a dormitory amongft the afhes of Kings, who, for the mofl part, as they had governed others by their paffions,...
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Memoirs of the life of colonel Hutchinson, publ. by J. Hutchinson. To which ...

Lucy Hutchinson - 1808
...pomps, having erected for himself a more glorious " monument in the hearts of good men, hy his affection to his country, his abilities of " mind, his impartial...far greater honour to his memory, than a dormitory among the ashes " of kings ; who, for the most part, as they had governed others by their passions,...
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South African traits

Lucy Apsley Hutchinson, Julius Hutchinson - 1808
...pomps, having erected for himself a more glorious " monument in the hearts of good men, by his affection to his country, his abilities of " mind, his impartial...far greater honour to his memory, than a dormitory among the ashes " of kings; who, for the most part, as they had governed others by their passions,...
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The High Court Justice: Comprising Memoirs of the Principal Persons, who Sat ...

James Caulfield - Great Britain - 1820 - 112 pages
...public was thereby deprived of a most faithful, able, and useful servant; and he commends his affection to his country, his abilities of mind, his impartial justice, his diligence in public service, and his other virtues. Whitelocke likewise tells us, that he was a man of great activity...
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Memoirs of the Protector: Oliver Cromwell, and of His Sons ..., Volume 2

Great Britain - 1821
...vanities ; having erected for himself a more glorious monument in the hearts of good men, by his affection to his country, his abilities of mind, his impartial...memory, than a dormitory amongst the ashes of kings, who, says he, for the most part, as they had governed others by their passions, so were they themselves...
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Oliver Cromwell and His Times

Thomas Cromwell - Great Britain - 1822 - 588 pages
...vanities; having erected for himself a more glorious monument in the hearts of good men, by his affection to his country, his abilities of mind, his impartial...memory than a dormitory amongst the ashes of Kings, who, for tho most part, as they had governed others by their passions, so were they themselves as much...
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Diary of Thomas Burton, Esq., Member in the Parliaments of Oliver ..., Volume 2

Thomas Burton, Guibon Goddard - Great Britain - 1828
...;) " having erected for himself a more glorious monument in the hearts of good men, by his affection to his country, his abilities of mind, his impartial...memory, than a dormitory amongst the ashes of kings." Ibid. p. 384. Mr. Waller. I thought that your Petition and Advice had put this debate to an end and...
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Diary, of Thomas Burton, Esq. Member in the Parliaments of Oliver and ...

Thomas Burton - Great Britain - 1828
...government;) " having erected for himself a more glorious monument in the hearts of good men, by his affection to his country, his abilities of mind, his impartial...memory, than a dormitory amongst the ashes of kings." Ibid. p. 384. this House, was pleased to move thanks to be given to a member for sitting here. I desire...
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The Trials of Charles the First: And of Some of the Regicides

Charles I (King of England) - Regicides - 1832 - 338 pages
...Whitlock, who was present, describes the conference fully : and see post, in the Memoir of Harrison. his diligence in the public service, and his other...memory than a dormitory amongst the ashes of kings." ' Ireton was a consistent democrat and cynic, and would doubtless have despised the honours bestowed...
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