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" ... enormity of the first, was from the plunder of the Church. In truth, his Grace is somewhat excusable for his dislike to a grant like mine, not only in its quantity, but in its kind, so different from his own. Mine was from a mild and benevolent sovereign... "
The Works of Samuel Parr ...: With Memoirs of His Life and Writings, and a ... - Sivu 338
tekijä(t) Samuel Parr, John Johnstone - 1828
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A Speech of Edmund Burke, Esq. at the Guildhall, in Bristol: Previous to the ...

Edmund Burke - 1780 - 68 sivua
...Henry the EJghth. <s* Mine Mine had not it's fund in the murder of any innocent perfon of illuftrious rank*, or in the pillage of any body of unoffending men. His grants were from the aggregate and confolidated funds of judgments iniquitoufly legal, and from pofleflions voluntarily furrendered by...

The Works of ... Edmund Burke, Nide 8

Edmund Burke - 1803
...his from Henry the Eighth. Mine had not its fund in the murder of any innocent perfon of illuftrious rank,* or in the pillage of any body of unoffending men. His grants were from the aggregate and confolidated funds of judgments iniquitoufly legal, and from poffeffions voluntarily furrendered by...

The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Nide 8

Edmund Burke - 1803
...his from Henry the Eighth. Mine had not its fund in the murder of any innocent perfon of illuftrious rank,* or in the pillage of any body of unoffending men. His grants were from the aggregate and confolidated funds of judgments iniquitoufly legal, and from pofleffions voluntarily furrendered by...

The Works of ... Edmund Burke, Nide 8

Edmund Burke - 1803
...Mine had not its fund in the murder of any innocent perfon of illuftrious rank,* or in the pil- | lage of any body of unoffending men. ' His grants were from the aggregate and confolidated funds of judgments iniquitoufly legal, and from pofieffions voluntarily furrendered by...

The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Nide 4

Edmund Burke - 1807
...different from his own. Mine was from a mild and benevolent sovereign ; his from Henry the Eighth. . Mine had not its fund in the murder of any innocent person...lawful proprietors with the gibbet at their door. The merit of the grantee whom he derives from, was that of being a prompt and greedy instrument of...

The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Nide 4

Edmund Burke - 1807
...different from his own. Mine was from a mild and benevolent sovereign ; his from Henry the Eighth. Mine had not its fund in the murder of any innocent person...possessions voluntarily surrendered by the lawful proprietor*.* with the gibbet at their door. The merit of the grantee whom he derives from, was that...

Blackwood's Magazine, Nide 35

1834
...different from his own. " Mine was from a mild and benevolent Sovereign. His was from Henry VIIL " Mine had not its fund in the murder of any innocent person...body of unoffending men. His grants were from the consolidated funds of judgments iniquitously legal, and from possessions voluntarily surrendered by...

Memoir of the life and character of ... Edmund Burke; with specimens of his ...

James Prior (sir.) - 1826
...different from his own. " Mine was from a mild and benevolent sovereign; his from Henry the Eighth. " Mine had not its fund in the murder of any innocent person...lawful proprietors with the gibbet at their door. " The merit of the grantee whom he derives from, was that of being a prompt and greedy instrument of...

Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., Niteet 3–4

Robert Chambers - 1830
...hin own. Mine was from a mild and benevolent sovereign; his. from Henry VTII. Mine had not it* hind ihn pillage nf uny body of unoffending men; his grants were from the aggregate and coiiMMlifhited fund*...

The Works of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke: With a Biographical and ..., Nide 2

Edmund Burke - 1834
...different from his own. Mine was from a mild and benevolent sovereign ; his from Henry the Eighth. Mine had not its fund in the murder of any innocent person...lawful proprietors, with the gibbet at their door. The merit of the grantee whom he derives from was that of being a prompt and greedy instrument of a...




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