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" that my bill will not pass ; but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads, ' and without other rhetoric or persuasion returned to his Chamber. "
Amenities of literature, sketches and characters of English literature - Page 219
by Isaac Disraeli - 1841
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A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland ..., Volume 1

William Cobbett - Church property - 1829 - 516 pages
...them, and looking angrily on them, " first on one side and then on the other, at last, " I hear (saith he) that my bill will not pass; but, " I will have it pass, or I will have some of your " heads; and, without other rhetorick, returned " to his chamber. Enough was said ; the bill * passed, and all...
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A short history of the Protestant Reformation: chiefly selected from ...

Patrick Rafferty - History - 1831 - 236 pages
...them, and looking angrily on them, first on one side, and then on theother, at last, "1 hear (saith he) that my bill will not pass; but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads; and without other rhetoric, returned to his chamber. Enough was said; the bill passed, and all was...
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A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland: Showing how ...

William Cobbett - Reformation - 1832 - 270 pages
...them, and looking angrily on them, 6rst on one side, and then on the other, at last, I hear, (saith he) that my bill will not pass, but I will have it pats, or I will have some of your heads; and, without other rhetorick, returned to his chamber. Enough...
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Amenities of Literature: Consisting of Sketches and Characters of English ...

Isaac Disraeli - Authors, English - 1841
...commons being first kept in waiting some hours in his gallery, the king entered, looking angrily on one side and then on the other: the dark scowl of...treated them as such. The penalty of their debates was.to be their heads : therefore, this important bill passed nemine contradicente ! However contemptuously...
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Amenities of Literature, Consisting of Sketches and Characters of ..., Volume 1

Isaac Disraeli - Authors, English - 1842
...Commons being first kept in waiting some hours in his gallery, the king entered, looking angrily on one side and then on the other: the dark scowl of...his majesty saluted his faithful Commons as " brutes 1" but the burly tyrant treated them as such. The penalty of their debates was to be their heads; therefore,...
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The History and Fate of Sacrilege: Edited,in Part from Two Mss.,revised and ...

Sir Henry Spelman - 1846
...them, and looking angrily on them, first on the one side, then on the other, at last, I hear (saith he) that my Bill will not pass; but I will have it pass, or I will have some |of your heads : and without other rhetoric or persuasion returned to his chamber. Enough was said, the Bill passed,...
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Curiosities of Literature. Edited by H. Mead

Henry Mead - Literary curiosa - 1846 - 230 pages
...them, and looking angrily at them, first on one side, then on the other ; at last he said, "I hear that my bill will not pass; but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads ; and without other rhetoric or persuasion returned to his chamber." Enough was said, the bill passed,...
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The progress of religious sentiment, the advancement of ... civil and ...

Joseph Adshead - 1852
...them, and looking angrlly at them, first on one side, and then on the other, at last, " I hear," saith he, " that my bill will not pass ; but I will have it pass, oa i WILL HAVE SOMK op VOI.-K HEADS ; and without any more rbetoric he returned to his chamber, t It...
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The history and fate of sacrilege

Sir Henry Spelman, Charles Frere Stopford Warren - Sacrilege - 1853 - 371 pages
...them, and looking angrily on them, first on the one side, then on the other, at last, I hear (saith he) that my Bill will not pass; but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads : and without other rhetoric or persuasion returned to his chamber. Enough was said, the Bill passed,...
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THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

FRANCIS PATRICK KENRICK - 1855
...hours, before he made his appearance. On presenting himself, he addressed them scorn* fully: "I hear that my bill will not pass ; but I will have it pass, or I will have some of your heads." This determined the loyal Commons to support the measure. It would be easy to swell this volume, by...
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