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" He gathered only the more strength and advantage ; his mind became the clearer, as if already it had been freed from the cloud and oppression of the body ; and such was his unmoved courage and placid temper, that, while it changed the affection of the... "
Sir John Eliot: A Biography, 1592-1632 - Page 21
by John Forster - 1872 - 930 lehte
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Eminent British Statesmen: Sir John Eliot, by J. Forster, Thomas Wentworth ...

1836
...turned their joy to sorrow, and all men else it filled with admiration ; — leaving no doubt but this, whether death were more acceptable to him, or he more welcome unto death ! " How nobly expressed this is ! The style of Eliot, uncramped by the authorities to which he...
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The Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England: With a Treatise on the Popular ...

John Forster - 1846 - 647 lehte
...turned their joy to Borrow, and all men eine it filled with admiration ; leaving no doubt but Ibis, whether death were more acceptable to him, or he more welcome unto death !" How nohly expressed this is! The style of Eliot, uncramped by the authorities to which he...
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Mornings of the Recess, 1861-4, 1. köide

1864
...already it had been freed from the cloud and oppression of the body ; and such was his unmoved courage and placid temper, that while it changed the affection...were more acceptable to him or he more welcome unto death.' " That famous Englishman passed away, doing more harm to Spain by his death than ever he did...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1865
...courtier, when on that cold October morning he rendered up his life " with so much unmoved courage and placid temper, that, while it changed the affection...were more acceptable to him, or he more welcome unto death."* And so, indeed, it was. The only anxiety which Raleigh manifested was lest the ague, to which...
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The Christian world magazine (and family visitor)., 18. köide

1882
...oppression of the body ; and such was his unmoved courage and placid temper, that while it changed tho affection of the enemies who had come to witness it,...were more acceptable to him, or he more welcome unto death." His only anxiety was lest the agao should return before the axe descended, and his trembling...
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Life of Sir Walter Raleigh: 1552-1618, 2. köide

James Augustus St. John - 1868
...already it had been freed from the cloud and oppression of the body; and such was his unmoved courage and placid temper, that while it changed the affection...filled all men else with admiration and emotion." Life of Sir John Eliot, i., 34, 35. which maintains that Lady Raleigh, who certainly embalmed her husband's...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 13. köide

1875
...already it had been freed from the cloud and oppression of the body ; and such was his unmoved courage and placid temper, that, while it changed the affection...were more acceptable to him or he more welcome unto death." All this does not look like the bearing of a man who had a lie, or even a prevarication, in...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 13. köide

1875
...unmoved courage and placid temper, that, while iir changed the affection of the enemies who had comc to witness it and turned their joy to sorrow, it filled...were more acceptable to him or he more welcome unto death." All this does not look like the bearing of a man who had a lie, or even a prevarication, in...
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Addresses and Speeches on Various Occasions: 1869-1879 [i. e. 1878

Robert Charles Winthrop - 1878
...already it had been freed from the cloud and oppression of the body ; and such was his unmoved courage and placid temper, that, while it changed the affection...were more acceptable to him or he more welcome unto death." All this does not look like the bearing of a man who had a lie, or even a prevarication, in...
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Sir Walter Ralegh: A Biography

William Stebbing - 1891 - 413 lehte
...turned to sorrow the joy of the enemies who had come to witness his sufferings, filled all men else with emotion ; ' leaving with them only this doubt, whether...were more acceptable to him, or he more welcome unto death.' Something both of political and religious partisanship mixed with and exalted the zeal of Pym,...
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