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" What a satisfactory spectacle to a philosophical mind, to see the oppressor, in the zenith of his power, envying his victim! What an acknowledgment of the superiority of virtue! What an affecting and forcible testimony to the value of that peace of mind,... "
The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany - Sivu 432
1808
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Nide 12

1808 - 556 sivua
...whose. veracity is above suspicion, s;tys Le had it Irpm the most unquestionable authority. It is n itself unlikely, and who is there that would not wish it true 2 What a satisfactory spectacle to a philosophical mind, to see the opwhen we 'reflect, :'l'.it the...

A History of the Early Part of the Reign of James the Second: With an ...

Charles James Fox - 1808 - 454 sivua
...every species of traditional history. Woodrow, however, whose veracity is above suspicion, says he had it from the most unquestionable authority. It...the zenith of his power, envying his victim! What an acknowledgment of the superiority of virtue! what an affecting, and forcible testimony to the value...

The Cabinet: Or, Monthly Report of Polite Literature, Nide 4

1808 - 546 sivua
...every species of traditional history. Woodrow, however, whose veracity is above suspicion, says he had it from the most unquestionable authority. It...zenith of his power, envying his victim ! What an acknowledgment of the. superiority of virtue ! what an affecting and forcible testimony of the value...

The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners: With Strictures on ..., Nide 4

1808 - 416 sivua
...every species of traditional history. \Voodrow, however, whose veracity is above suspicion, says he had it from the most unquestionable authority. It...? What a satisfactory spectacle to a philosophical miud, to see the oppressor, in the zenith of his power, envying his victim! What an acknowledgment...

The Gentleman's Magazine, Nide 78,Osa 1;Nide 103

1808 - 646 sivua
...within an hour of eternity. But as for me — ,' &c. What a satisfactory spectacle to a philosophic mind, to see the oppressor, in the zenith of his power, envying his victim ! What an acknowledgment of the superiority of virtue ! What an affecting and forcible testimony to the value...

The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

1808 - 606 sivua
...every species of traditional history. Woodiow, however, whose veracity is above suspicion, says he had it from the most unquestionable authority. It is not in itself unlikely, and who и A a 2 v there that would not wish it true ? What a satisfactory spectacle toa philosophical miiul,...

Observations on the Historical Work of the Late Right Honorable Charles ...

George Rose - 1809 - 440 sivua
...him, as far a* the author's research had gone. occasion for such an exertion of Mr. Fox's eloquence. " What a satisfactory spectacle to a philosophical "...zenith of his power ** envying his victim ! What an affecting and forcible " testimony to the value of that peace of mind which " innocence alone can confer...

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Nide 50

Edmund Burke - 1810 - 960 sivua
...however, whose veracity is above suspicion, says he had it from the most unquestionable au. thority. It is not in itself unlikely, and who is there that...zenith of his power, envying his victim ! What an acknowledgment of the superiority of virtue ! what an af. fecting, and forcible testimony to the value...

The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1810 - 928 sivua
...every species of traditional history. Woodrow, however, whose veracity is above suspicion, says he had it from the most unquestionable authority. It is not in itself unlikely, and who is there that wonlil not wish it true ? What a satisfactory spectacle to a philosophical mind, to see the oppressor,...

Annual Register, Nide 50

Edmund Burke - 1820 - 958 sivua
...every species of traditional history. Woodrow, however, whose veracity is above suspicion, says he had it from the most unquestionable authority. It...zenith of his power, envying his victim ! What an acknowledgment of the superiority of virtue ! what an affecting, and forcible testimony to the value...




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