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" My lords," he ended, after a vivid parallel between Buckingham and Sejanus, " you see the man! What have been his actions, what he is like, you know! I leave him to your judgment. "
Sir John Eliot: A Biography, 1592-1632 - Page 331
by John Forster - 1872 - 930 lehte
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - 1874 - 847 lehte
...see the man ! What have been his actions, what he is like, you know ! I leave him to your judgment. This only is conceived by us, the knights, citizens,...we find the causes, and on him must be the remedies ! Pereat quiperderecunctafestinat. Opprimatur ne omnes opprimat ! " The reply of Charles was as fierce...
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - 1875 - 847 lehte
...see the man ! What have been his actions, what he is like, you know ! I leave him to your judgment. This only is conceived by us, the knights, citizens,...we find the causes, and on him must be the remedies ! Pereat quiperdere cuncta festinat. Opprimatur ne omnes opprimat ! " The reply of Charles was as fierce...
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The treasury of British eloquence, compiled by R. Cochrane

Robert Cochrane (miscellaneous writer) - 1877
...Lords, I have done. You see the man ! What have been his actions, whom he is like, you know. I leave him ' " Such expressions could not of course have been direilly applied to Buckingham. They are insinuated...
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The Treasury of British Eloquence: Specimens of Brilliant Orations by the ...

Robert Cochrane - 1877 - 544 lehte
...Lords, I have done. You see the man ! What have been his actions, whom he is like, you know. I leave him to your judgments. This only is conceived by us, the...knights, citizens, and burgesses of the Commons House of * "Such expressions could not of course have been directly applied to Buckingham. They are insinuated...
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History of the English People

John Richard Green - 1879
...see the man! What have been his actions, what he is like, you know! I leave him to your judgement. This only is conceived by us, the knights, citizens,...find the causes, and on him must be the remedies! Pereat qui perdere cuncta festinat! Opprimatur ne omnes opprimat!" In calling for Buckingham's removal...
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The Monarchie of Man: Now for the First Time Printed: from the Author's Ms ...

Sir John Eliot - 1879
...about the Cape of Bona Speranza, of which winds, &c. &c." — Part. Hut. vii. 78." from my masters the knights, citizens, and burgesses of the commons house of parliament, that in nothing we intend to reflect the least ill odour on his majesty or his most blessed father of happy...
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The Life of Oliver Cromwell: With Sketches of His Times, Battle Fields, and ...

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1883 - 224 lehte
...done. You SEE THE MAN ! What have been his actions, whom he is like, YOU KNOW. I leave him to youi judgments. This only is conceived by us, the knights,...some late examples and your wisdoms invite us. We can not doubt your lordships. The greatness, the power, the practice of the whole world, we know to...
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The New Book of Kings

John Morrison Davidson - 1884 - 123 lehte
...he has dared ever to strike at his own ends. What have been his actions, what he is like, you know. By him came all our evils, in him we find the causes, and on him must be the remedies! Pereat qui ptrdere cuncta fcstinat. Opprimatur ne omnes opprimat! " (Let him perish who is in haste...
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The World's Great Classics

Timothy Dwight - 1899
...see the man ! What have been his actions, what he is like, you know ! I leave him to your judgment. This only is conceived by us, the knights, citizens,...find the causes, and on him must be the remedies! Pereat qui perdere cuncta festinat. Opprimatur ne omnes opprimat ! " The reply of Charles was as fierce...
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Some Southern Questions

William Alexander MacCorkle - 1908 - 318 lehte
...heritage of freedom, "This only is conceived by us, knights, citizens, and burgesses of the Common House of Parliament, that by him came all our evils,...find the causes, and on him must be the remedies. Pereat qui perdere cuncta festinat. Opprimatur ne omnes opprimat" his whole profligate expenditure...
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