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" He stated that there was a great deal to be Said on both sides... "
New Monthly Magazine - Page 45
1863
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Sketches of America: A Narrative of a Journey of Five Thousand Miles Through ...

Henry Bradshaw Fearon - 1818 - 462 lehte
...transaction. The Doctor was unwilling to censure, in this instance, the conduct of the British. He stated, that there was a great deal to be said on both sides ; and that, for himself, he had suspended his judgment. Lord Castlereagh and the English cabinet were,...
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Sketches of America. A narrative of a journey of five thousand miles through ...

Henry Bradshaw Fearon - 1818 - 454 lehte
...transaction. The Doctor was unwilling to censure, in this instance, the conduct of the British. He stated, that there was a great deal to be said on both sides ; and that, for himself, he had suspended his judgment. Lord Castlereagh and the English cabinet were*...
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle) - 1819
...startled Mr. Fearon, ' refused (he says) to censure in this instance the conduct of the British. He stated that there was a great deal to be Said on both sides' — and that ' Lord Castlereagh and the English cabinet were great men, who acted with good intentions...
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The Quarterly review, 21. köide

1819
...startled Mr. Fearon, ' refused (he says) to censure in this instance the conduct of the British. He stated that there was a great deal to be said on both sides' — and that ' Lord Castlereagh and the English cabinet were great men, who acted with good intentions...
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Hogg's weekly instructor [afterw.] Hogg's instructor, 1–2. köide

Titan - 1848
...themselves, philosophically talked of the comparative merits of their professions. They certainly proved that there was a great deal to be said on both sides. Such a conversation I thought hardly suitable to the occasion. To correct their error I inquired of...
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Reginald Hastings: Or, A Tale of the Troubles in 164-

Eliot Warburton - 1850 - 138 lehte
...my prejudices led me to believe. I inquired of Sir Janus, if these things were true; he told me, ' that there was a great deal to be said on both sides,' and at last he decided that ' young maidens ought not to occupy their heads with such matters.' But...
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The Lees of Blendon hall, by the author of 'Alice Wentworth'.

Noell Radecliffe - 1859
...liberal, when I discussed those points with Eugenie, for / would grant at least, with "Mr. Spectator," that "there was a great deal to be said on both sides," which is going many steps in philosophy. And so, even now, it remains with me a vexed question, which...
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the new monthly magazine

william harrison ainsworth - 1863
...perchance, because Dionysius had a copy of verses to read to him, upon which the labour of the file had been so diligently exercised, that the despot...despot's vexation at the ill success of his poem, as the cause of his mental suffering. It is improbable, the historian argues, that the poem of Dionysius —...
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Beppo the conscript, 1. köide

Thomas Adolphus Trollope - 1864
...probably of a life-long habit of raising his eyebrows and assuming an expression intended to suggest that there was a great deal to be said on both sides, which he always resorted to whenever any difference of opinion or difficulty of any sort was mooted...
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Dotty Dimple at Play, 5. köide

Sophie May - 1869 - 184 lehte
...day earlier than they were expected. Dotty hardly knew whether to be glad or sorry for this. There was a great deal to be said on both sides of the question. She had anticipated the pleasure of being met at the depot by Susy and Prudy, and now that...
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