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" That viper, whom my father nourished ! He it was from whose principles and doctrines, which now, by their effects, drag me to my grave; and he it is who is now brought forward as my prosecutor, and who, by an unheard-of exercise of the prerogative, has... "
Cobbett's Weekly Political Register - Page 811
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 4

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1803
...such men into a cafciIMI of government. If any one man fcoitH be found, of whom a young r/otcnfiappv victim of the justly offended laws of his country,...the moment of his conviction and sentence, uttered (he following apostrophe " That viper! whorh uiy " lather nourished ! He it was from whoso " lips I...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 5

Great Britain - 1804
...introducing such men into » " cabinet of government. If any ont; man " could be found, of whom a joung but " unhappy victim of the justly offended laws *' '* " of his country, had, in the moment of hi» " conviction and sentence, utlen-d the fol" lowing apostro[.h< — ' That viper ! whom " 'ray...
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The life of William Cobbett: Dedicated to his sons ... From the 2d London ed

William Cobbett - 1835 - 216 pages
...If any one man could be found, of whom a young but unhappy victim of the justly offended laws of the country, had, in the moment of his conviction and...viper, whom my father nourished ! He it was from whose principles and doctrines, which now, by their effects, drag me to my grave; and he it is who is now...
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The Life of William Cobbett

William Cobbett - 1835 - 1835 - 422 pages
...If any one man could be found, of whom a young but unhappy victim of the justly offended laws of the country, had, in the moment of his conviction and...viper, whom my father nourished ! He it was from whose principles and doctrines, which now, by their effects, drag me to my grave ; and he it is who is now...
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The Life of William Cobbett

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1835 - 422 pages
...If any one man could be found, of whom a young but unhappy victim of the justly offended laws of the country', had, in the moment of his conviction and...viper, whom my father nourished ! He it was from whose principles and doctrines, which now, by their effects, drag me to my grave; and he it is who is now...
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Ireland and Its Rulers; Since 1829, Volume 3

Daniel Owen Madden - Ireland - 1844
...introduced, in which occurred the following passage, in which Emmett is made to denounce Plunket as — " That viper whom my father nourished. He it was from whose lips I learned those principles and doctrines which now drag ine to my grave. He it is who is now brought...
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The St. James's magazine and heraldic and historical register, ed. by J.B. Burke

sir John Bernard Burke - 1850
...(then Solicitor General for Ireland, and afterwards Lord Plunket and Lord Chancellor of Ireland) as " that viper whom my father nourished ! He it was from...doctrines which now, by their effects, drag me to the grave ; and he it is who is now brought forward as my prosecutor, and who, by an unheard of exercise...
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The Irish Quarterly Review, Volume 4, Part 1

Irish literature - 1854
...and in this speech, as printed by Cobbett, the following passage appeared, referring to Plunket:— "That viper whom my father nourished. He it was from whose lips 1 learned those principles and doctrines which now drag me to my grave. He it is who is now brought...
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The speeches of the Right Honorable John Philpot Curran

John Philpot Curran - Ireland - 1855 - 471 pages
...proots. speech in reply on Emmet's trial. '"Juverna" represents Emmet as describing Flanket thus : " That viper, whom my father nourished ! He it was from whose lips 1 first imbibed those principles and doctrines which now by their effects drag me to my grave, and...
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Historical Characters: Talleyrand, Cobbett, Mackintosh, Canning, Volume 2

Henry Lytton Bulwer Baron Dalling and Bulwer - Europe - 1868 - 915 pages
...forbearance he had not shown. " Juverna thus speaks of him : "If any one man could be found of whom a young but unhappy victim of the justly offended laws of...apostrophe : ' That viper, whom my father nourished, he it is whose principles and doctrines now drag me to my grave ; and he it is who is now brought forward...
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