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" I will only add, to put before your eye my most inmost thoughts, that no advantage to this country, nor personal danger to myself, can ever make me address myself to Lord Chatham, or to any other branch of Opposition. Honestly, I would rather lose the... "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Sivu 186
1877
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The Historians' History of the World: England, 1642-1791

Henry Smith Williams - 1904
...his administration; but adding " that no advantage to my country, nor personal danger to myself, can make me address myself to Lord Chatham or to any other branch of opposition. Honestly, I would rather lose the crown I now wear than bear the ignominy of possessing...

An Introduction to the English Historians

Charles Austin Beard - 1906 - 669 sivua
...himself be humiliated and disgraced. In a letter to Lord North, on the 15th March, 1778, the king says, "Honestly, I would rather lose the crown I now wear...the ignominy of possessing it under their shackles." And, again, on the i7th March, he writes: "I am still ready to accept any part of them that will come...

George III, as Man, Monarch and Statesman

Beckles Willson - 1907 - 622 sivua
...nor personal danger to myself, can make me address myself to Lord Chatham, or to any other branch of Opposition. Honestly, I would rather lose the crown...the ignominy of possessing it under their shackles. I might write volumes if I would state the feelings of my mind, but I have honestly, fairly, and affectionately...

Farmer George, Nide 2

Lewis Melville, Lewis Saul Benjamin - 1907
...add, to put before your eyes my most inward thoughts, that no advantage to this country, no present danger to myself, can ever make me address myself to Lord Chatham or any other branch of the Opposition. . . . Should Lord Chatham wish to see me before he gives his answer,...

A History of the United States and Its People: From Their Earliest ..., Nide 4

Elroy McKendree Avery - 1909
...under North, but he would not go further. " No advantage to this country," yX he said, " no present danger to myself, can ever make me address myself...Chatham or to any other branch of the Opposition." "Whilst any ten men in the kingdom will stand by me I will not give myself up into bondage," he declared...

History of the United States from the Earliest Discovery of America ..., Nide 6

Elisha Benjamin Andrews - 1909
...minister under North, but he would not go further. " No advantage to this country," he said, " no present danger to myself, can ever make me address myself...Chatham or to any other branch of the Opposition." "Whilst any ten men in the kingdom will stand by me I will not give myself up into bondage," he declared...

The Living Age ..., Nide 47

1855
...your eyes my most inmost thoughts, that no advantage to my Country nor personal danger to myself can make me address myself to Lord Chatham or to any other branch of opposition. Honestly, I would rather lose the Crown I now wear than bear the ignominy of possessing...

Pitt the Elder

Jeremy Black - 1992 - 320 sivua
...country nor personal danger can ever make me address myself for assistance either to Lord Chatham or any other branch of the Opposition honestly I would...the ignominy of possessing it under their shackles. The King was informed Chatham was only willing to join the government under certain conditions, which...
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The Long Fuse: How England Lost the American Colonies, 1760-1785

Don Cook - 1996 - 416 sivua
...this ministry nor personal danger can ever make me address myself for assistance to Lord Chatham or any other branch of the Opposition; honestly I would...lose the Crown I now wear than bear the ignominy of possession of it under their shackles. But North was so desperate to force the king's hand that he...
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Redcoats and Rebels: The American Revolution Through British Eyes

Christopher Hibbert - 2002 - 375 sivua
...induce him to approach Lord Chatham 'or any other branch of the Opposition'. 'Honestly,' he continued, 'I would rather lose the crown I now wear than bear...the ignominy of possessing it under their shackles . . . No consideration in life will make me stoop to Opposition ... It is impossible that the nation...
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