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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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Sir Walter Raleigh: A Biography

William Stebbing - 1891 - 413 lehte
...turned to sorrow the joy of the enemies who had come to witness his sufferings, rilled 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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680-1638

Charles Wells Moulton - 1910
...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. — ELIOT, SIR JOHN, 1632? Monarchy of Man, (MS.) Brit. Mus. Harleian, Coll. 2228. I have heard...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1875
...clond and oppression of the body ; and such was his unmoved courage and placid temper, that, while u changed the affection of the enemies who had come...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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