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" With eyes darting fury, and a countenance distorted with cruelty, he orders the helpless victim of his rage to be stripped, and rods to be brought ; accusing him, but without the least shadow of evidence, or even of suspicion, of having come to Sicily... "
The Art of Speaking: Containing, an Essay, in which are Given Rules for ... - Page 192
by James Burgh - 1804 - 291 lehte
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The Struggles for Life and Home in the Northwest

George W. France - 1890 - 607 lehte
...eyes darting fury and countenances distorted with cruelty, they order the helpless victim of their rage to be stripped and rods to be brought ; accusing...shadow of evidence, or even of suspicion of having [committed any crime]. It was in vain that the unhappy man cried out, ' I am au [American] citizen,...
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A Handbook of English Composition

James Morgan Hart - 1895 - 360 lehte
...unhappy man ... is brought before the wicked praetor. With eyes darting fury, and a countenance distorted with cruelty, he orders the helpless victim of his rage to be stripped and rods to be brought, etc. Even more graphic is the following, from Webster's speech on the murder of Captain Joseph White...
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The Handbook of Oratory: A Cyclopedia of Authorities on Oratory as an Art ...

William Vincent Byars - 1901 - 533 lehte
...country, is brought before the wicked praetor. With eyes darting fury, and a countenance distorted with cruelty, he orders the helpless victim of his...spy. It was in vain that the unhappy man cried out, a I am a Roman citizen, I have served under Lucius Pretius, who is now at Panormus, and I will attest...
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The Columbian Speaker: Consisting of Choice and Animated Pieces for ...

1874 - 240 lehte
...native country, is brought before the wicked pretor. With eyes darting fury, and a countenance distorted with cruelty, he orders the helpless victim of his...of suspicion, of having come to Sicily as a spy. It is in vain that the unhappy man cried out, " I am a Roman citizen. 1 have served under Lucius' Pretius,...
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