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" ... such was his unmoved courage and placid temper, that while it changed the affection of the enemies who had come to witness it, and turned their joy to sorrow, it filled all men else with admiration and emotion, leaving with them only this doubt, —... "
Mornings of the Recess, 1861-4 - Page 12
1864
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Eminent British Statesmen: Sir John Eliot, by J. Forster, Thomas Wentworth ...

1836
...more cruel expectation of his enemies ! And what did all this work on the resolution of this worthy ? Made it an impression of weak fear ? or a distraction...reason ? Nothing so little did that great soul suffer ! but gathered more strength and advantage upon either. His mind became the clearer, as if already...
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The Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England: With a Treatise on the Popular ...

John Forster - 1846 - 647 lehte
...Nothing so little did that great soul suffer ! hut gathered more strength and advantage upon either. His mind became the clearer, as if already it had...freed from the cloud and oppression of the body ; and the trial gave aa illustration to his courage, so that it changed the affection of his enemies, and...
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The Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England: With a Treatise on ..., 1. köide

John Forster - 1846
...Nothing so little did that great eoul suffer I but gathered more strength and advantage upon either. His mind became the clearer, as if already it had...been freed from the cloud and oppression of the body ; HIM the trial gave an illustration to his courage, so that it changed the affection of his enemies,...
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Prison books and their authors

John Alfred Langford - 1861 - 357 lehte
...Nothing fo little did that great foul fuffer ! but gathered more ftrength and advantage upon either. His mind became the clearer, as if already it had been freed from the cloud and oppreflion of the body ; and the trial gave an illuftration to his courage, fo that it changed the...
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Sir John Eliot, 1. köide

1864
...of his reafon ? Nothing fo little did that " great foul fuffer. He gathered only the more ftrength " and advantage; his mind became the clearer, as if " already it had been freed from the cloud and oppreflion " of the body; and fuch was his unmoved courage and " placid temper, that, while it changed...
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Life

Edward Edwards - 1868
...make an impression of fear, or distract his reason ? Nothing so little did that great soul suffer. His mind became the clearer, as if already it had been freed from the cloud CHAP. XXVIIL RALEGH AND 'THE MONARCHY OF MAN. Stukeley and his Successor in the Vice- Admiraliy of...
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Sir John Eliot: A Biography, 1592-1632, 1. köide

John Forster - 1872 - 930 lehte
...scene he has described, in which, whether sorrow or joy predominated, One man only remained^ calm. Matchless indeed, says Eliot, was his fortitude !...gathered only the more strength and advantage ; his mind be' came the clearer, as if already it had been freed from the cloud ' and oppression of the body ;...
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Sir John Eliot: A Biography. 1592-1632, 1. köide

John Forster - 1872
...cruel expectation of his ' enemies ; and what did all this work on the resolution of our ' Ealeigh 1 Made it an impression of weak fear, or a distraction...gathered only the more strength and advantage ; his mind be' came the clearer, as if already it had been freed from the cloud ' and oppression of the body ;...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, 13. köide

1875
...more cruel expectation of his enemies. And what did all this work on the resolntion of our Raleigh? Made it an impression of weak fear, or a distraction...clearer, as if already it had been freed from the clond and oppression of the body ; and snch was his unmoved courage and placid temper, that, while...
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Raleigh

Edmund Gosse - 1886 - 248 lehte
...more cruel expectation of his enemies, and what did all that work on the resolution of that worthy ? Made it an impression of weak fear, or a distraction...reason ? Nothing so little did that great soul suffer, but gathered more strength and advantage upon either. His mind became the clearer, as if already it...
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