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Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. Charles Buck ...: Containing The Young ... - Page 117
by Charles Buck - 1808
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The European Magazine, and London Review, 45. köide

1804
...this is faid to have been the fublbnce: " That (he hoped he would do nothing againlt his conftience for fear of any danger or prejudice to him or his family: and that Ihe would be contented to fatter want or any n.ifcry with him, rather than be an occafion for him to...
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Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. Charles Buck, Author of the ..., 3. köide

Charles Buck - 1808
...Croke, and her superiority of soul ; we owe to the virtue of this woman, and her disregard of sdfish considerations, in comparison of the honour and duty...any thing against his judgment or conscience." Vide VVhitelock's Memorials, 25. Macaulay, vol. xi. p. 226, 227. .We owe to the virtue of another admirable...
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The Journey from Chester to London

Thomas Pennant - 1811 - 622 lehte
...had it seems resolved on the contrary side, but appearing wa- . ,j, vering, was told by his wife, " that she hoped he " would do nothing against his conscience,...for " fear of any danger or prejudice to him or his v" family; and that she would be contented to suffer " want or any misery with him, rather than be...
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Tracts on Important Subjects: Historical, Controversial, and Devotional

Micaiah Towgood - 1812 - 556 lehte
...his most serious thoughts, and being heartened by his lady, a very pious woman, who told her husband she hoped he would do nothing against his conscience...danger or prejudice to him or his family ; and that the would be content to suffer want or any misery with Aim, rather than be an occasion for him la do...
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Tracts on Important Subjects: Historical, Controversial, and Devotional

Micaiah Towgood - 1812 - 556 lehte
...thoughts, and being heartened by his lady, a very pious woman, who told her husband she hoped he would da nothing against his conscience for fear of any danger...prejudice to him or his family ; and that she would be content to suffer v:ant »r any misery with him, rather than be an occasion fojr him to do or say any...
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Memoirs of the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, and of His Sons ..., 1. köide

Oliver Cromwell - 1821 - 486 lehte
...nothing against his conscience, from fear of any danger or prejudice to him or his family, assuring him that she would be contented to suffer want, or any...for him to do or say any thing against his judgment and his conscience ; he suddenly altered his purposes and arguments ; and, contrary to expectation,...
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A History of the British Empire: From the Accession of Charles I ..., 2. köide

George Brodie - 1822
...but " his lady, who was a very good and pious woman," inspired him with a better mind. " She told him she hoped he would do nothing against his conscience,...suffer want, or any misery with him, rather than be the occasion for him to do or say any thing against his judgment and conscience *." The annals of the...
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A History of the British Empire: From the Accession of Charles I ..., 2. köide

George Brodie - 1822
...71. See the case of Ship-money in the State Trials, and in Rush. The pleadings are full of research. fear of any danger or prejudice to him or his family...suffer want, or any misery with him, rather than be the occasion for him to do or say any thing against his judgment and conscience*." The annals of the...
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The Brief Remarker on the Ways of Man, Or, Compendious Dissertations ...

Ezra Sampson - 1823 - 264 lehte
...royal prerogative; when his tutelar angel — his wife — rescued his sinking virtue. She told him "she hoped he would do nothing against his conscience,...prejudice to him or his family; and that she would be content to suffer want, or any misery with him, rather than be an occasion for him to do or say any...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben ..., 16. köide

1826
...Judge Creke had resolved to give his opinion for this new claim of prerogative; but his wife told him, that " she hoped he would do nothing against his conscience,...prejudice to him or his family ; and that she would be content to suffer want or any misery with him, rather than be an occasion for him to do or say any...
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