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" I should oppose to them more enlarged views of the nature of man and the progress of society. I should set forth with equal force the oppressions of the feudal system, the excesses of the insurgents, and the treachery of the government, and hold up the... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Page 389
1817
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A Letter to William Smith from Robert Southey

Robert Southey - Authors, English - 1817 - 45 pages
...feudal system, the excesses of the insurgents, and the treachery of the government, and hold up the errors and crimes which were then committed, as a...ripened understanding and competent stores of knowledge. It is a fair and legitimate inference, that no person would have selected this sub15 ject, and treated...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 5

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1817
...feudal system, the excesses of the insurgents, and the treachery of the government, and hold up the errors and crimes which were then committed, as a...for this and for future ages. I should write as a men, not as a stripling ; with the same heart, and the same desires, but with a ripened understanding...
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Political essays, with sketches of public characters ...

William Hazlitt - History - 1819 - 439 pages
...the errors and crimes which were then committed, as a warning for this and for future generations. ; I should write as a man ; not as a stripling ; with...understanding and competent stores of knowledge," p. 15. Let him do it, but he dare not. He would shew by the attempt the hollowness of his boasted independence,...
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Political Essays, with Sketches of Public Characters

William Hazlitt - Great Britain - 1819 - 439 pages
...a warning for this and for future generations. I should write as a man; not as a stripling ; witli the same heart, and the same desires, but with a ripened...understanding and competent stores of knowledge," p. 15. Let him do it, but he dare not. He would shew by the attempt the hollowness of his boasted independence,...
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Political essays, with sketches of public characters

William Hazlitt - 1819
...excesses oj the insurgents, and the treachery of the government" [Doctors doubt that] " and hold up the errors and crimes which were then committed, as a warning for this and for future generations. I should write as a man ; not as a stripling ; with the same heart, and the same desires,...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 10

Walter Scott - Europe - 1821
...feudal system, the excesses of the insurgents, and the treachery of the government ; and hold up the errors and crimes which were then committed, as a...warning for this and for future ages. I should write aĞ a man, not ai a stripling ; with the lame heart, and the same desires, but with a ripened understanding,and...
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The Edinburgh annual register

1821
...excesses of the insurgents, and the treachery of the government ; and hold up the errors and crimeğ which were then committed, as a warning for this and for future agei. I should write ai a man, not as a stripling ; with the same heart, and the same desires, but...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 10

Walter Scott - Europe - 1821
...feudal system, the excesses of the insurgents, and the treachery of the government ; and hold up the errors and crimes which were then committed, as a...and for future ages. I should write as a man, not a* a stripling ; with the taw km, and the same desire*, but wrthir-i ed understanding,and competent...
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The Imperial Magazine, Or, Compendium of Religious, Moral ..., Volume 4

1822
...feudal system, the excesses of the insurgents, and the treachery of the government, and hold up the errors and crimes, which were then committed, as a...this and for future ages. I should write as a man, and not as a stripling ; with the same heart, and the same desires, but with a ripened understanding,...
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Essays, moral and political, Volume 2

Robert Southey - 1832
...feudal system, the excesses of the insurgents, and the treachery of the government, and hold up the errors and crimes which were then committed, as a...ripened understanding and competent stores of knowledge. It is a fair and legitimate inference, that no person would have selected this subject, and treated...
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