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" Your lordships have an idea of the man : what he is in himself, what in his affections ; you have seen his power, and some, I fear, have felt it. You have known his practice, and have heard the effects. It rests then to be considered, what, being such,... "
Sir John Eliot: A Biography, 1592-1632 - Page 330
by John Forster - 1872 - 930 lehte
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Commentaries on the Life and Reign of Charles the First, King of ..., 1. köide

Isaac Disraeli - 1828
...implacable Eliot eloquently closes : — " Your lordships have an idea of the man, what he is in himself, what in his affections ! You have seen his power,...I fear, have felt it. You have known his practice, and have heard the effects. Being such, what is he in reference to King and State ; how compatible...
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The Englishman's magazine [ed. by E. Moxon].

1831
...conclusion electrified the house. " Your lordships have an idea of the man, what he is in himself, what in his affections ! You have seen his power, and some, I fear, have felt itl You have known his practice and have heard the effects. It rests then to be considered, what, being...
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Curiosities of Literature, 6. köide

Isaac Disraeli - 1834
...state!" Elliot eloquently closes — " Your lordships have an idea of the man, what he is in himself, what in his affections ! You have seen his power,...I fear, have felt it. You have known his practice, and have heard the effects. Being such, what is he in reference to king and state ; how compatible...
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Curiosities of Literature, 2. köide

Isaac Disraeli - 1834
...state!' ELLIOT eloquently closes — ' Your lordships have an idea of the man, what he is in himself, what in his affections ! You have seen his power,...I fear, have felt it. You have known his practice, and have heard the effects. Being such, what is he in reference to king and state ; how compatible...
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Memoirs of John Selden and Notices of the Political Contest ..., 25. köide

George William Johnson - 1835 - 374 lehte
...extract from this eloquent peroration. " Your lordships have an idea of the man : what he is in himself, what in his affections ; you have seen his power,...I fear, have felt it. You have known his practice, and have heard the effects. It rests then to be considered, what, being such, he is in reference to...
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Memoirs of John Selden and Notices of the Political Contest During His Time

George William Johnson - 1835 - 374 lehte
...extract from this eloquent peroration. " Your lordships have an idea of the man: what he is in himself, what in his affections; you have seen his power, and...I fear, have felt it. You have known his practice, and have heard the effects. It rests then to be considered, what, being such, he is in reference to...
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The History of England, 5. köide

Sir James Mackintosh - 1835
...these articles contain.' " — Ella's Lett. iii. 225. t Whit. Mem. 6. I62fi. ABRESI OF MEMBERS. 4i) in his affections. You have seen his power, and some,...I fear, have felt it. You have known his practice and heard the effects. What is he in reference to the king and the state ? To the king, a canker in...
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Memoirs of John Selden and Notices of the Political Contest ..., 25. köide

George William Johnson - 1835 - 374 lehte
...extract from this eloquent peroration. " Your lordships have an idea of the man : what he is in himself, what in his affections ; you have seen his power, and some, I fear, have felt it. You have known * Parliament. Hist. vii. 60 — 71. This work gives a much fuller report of the proceedings, and from...
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Curiosities of Literature, 3. köide

Isaac Disraeli - 1835
...state!" Elliot eloquently closes — " Your lordships have an itlea of the man , what he is in himself, what in his affections! You have seen his power, and some, I fear, have felt it. Tou ' SloaneMSS. 4177. Leller 317. ave known his practice , and have heard the efl.ects. Being such...
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Eminent British Statesmen: Sir John Eliot, by J. Forster, Thomas Wentworth ...

1836
...the house. " Your lordships have an idea of the man, what he is in himself, what in his affections I You have seen his power, and some, I fear, have felt it ! You have known his practice ; and have heard the effects. It rests then to be considered what, being such, he is in reference to...
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