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" Duke, that an attempt should be made to ' bury in oblivion the question for a short time :' first, because the thing is utterly impossible ; and next, because if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage might be taken of the pause, by representing... "
The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ... - Sivu 151
1829
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Annual Register, Nide 70

Edmund Burke - 1829
...next, if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage might he taken of the pause, by representing it as a panic achieved by the late violent reaction,...the last years of Ireland will be to be re-acted. " What I do recommend is, that the measure should not be for a moment lost sight of — that anxiety...

A compendious and impartial view of the principal events in the history of ...

J. Bedford - 1829 - 80 sivua
...because, if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage might be taken of the pause, by representing it as a panic achieved by the late violent re-action,...the last years of Ireland will be to be re-acted. What I do recommend is, that the measure should not be for a moment lost sight of — that anxiety...

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Nide 70

Edmund Burke - 1829
...next, if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage might be taken of the pause, by representing it as a panic achieved by the late violent reaction,...the last years of Ireland will be to be re-acted. " What I do recommend is, that the measure should not be for a moment lost sight of — that anxiety...

Historical Sketch of the Late Catholic Association of Ireland, Niteet 1–2

Sir Thomas Wyse - 1829
...because, if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage might be taken of the pause, by representing it as a panic achieved by the late violent reaction,...of the last years of Ireland will be to be reacted. What I do recommend is, that the measure should net be for a moment lost sight of; — that all anxiety...

The Monthly Repository and Review of Theology and General Literature, Nide 3

1829
...because if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage might be taken of the pause, by representing it as a panic achieved by the late violent reaction,...of the last years of Ireland will be to be reacted. " What I do recommend is, that the measure should not be for a moment lost sight of; that anxiety should...

The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Nide 99

1829
...because, if the thing »ere possible, 1 fear that advantage might be taken of the pause, by representing it as a panic achieved by the late violent reaction,...to agitate, and then all the miseries of the last yean of Ireland will be to be re*acted. What I do recommend is, that the measure should not be for...

Historical Sketch of the Late Catholic Association of Ireland, Nide 1

Sir Thomas Wyse - 1829
...be taken of the pause, by representing it as a panic achieved by the late violent reaction, and bj proclaiming that if the government at once and peremptorily...of the last years of Ireland will be to be reacted. What I do recommend is, that the measure should not be for a moment lost sight of; — that all anxiety...

The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature

1829
...because if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage might be taken of the pause, by representing it as a panic achieved by the late violent reaction,...Catholics would cease to agitate — and then all the^misefies of the last years of Ireland will be to be reacted. " What I do recommend is, that the...

Cobbett's Political Register, Niteet 67–68

William Cobbett - 1829
...the late violent re- action, and by proclaim ing, that if the Government at once ami pe remptorily decided against concession, the Catholics would cease...the miseries of the last years of Ireland will be to he re-acted. ' " What 1 do recommend is,' that the measure should not be for a moment lost sight of...

The Gentleman's Magazine, Nide 99,Osa 1;Nide 145

1829
...because, if the thine were possible, 1 fear that advantage might be taken of the pause, by representing it as a panic achieved by the late violent reaction, and by proclaiming that if the Government at ouce and peremptorily decided against concession, the Catholics would cease to agitate, and then all...




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