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" ... as led the merry monarch to exclaim "he doubted it had been his own fault he had been absent so long, for he saw nobody who did not protest he had ever wished for his return. "
Union pamphlets - Page 62
1798
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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England,: Begun in the Year ...

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - Great Britain - 1707
...for his Retnrn. nifrntb- IN this wonderful manner, and with this incredible expe/•' °f"" dition, did God put an end to a Rebellion that had raged near •mu Hijtt. twenty Years, and been carried on with all the horrid circumftancesof Munher, Devaluation,...
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The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England, begun in the year ...

Edward Hyde (1st earl of Clarendon.) - 1717
...ever wiihed for his Return. oncia- i N this wonderful manner, and with this incredible expe^'tioa> did God put an end to a Rebellion that had raged near •- twenty Year«, and been Carried on with all the horrid circumitances of Murder/ Devaftation, and Parricide,...
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Reflections critical and moral on the letters of the late Earl of Chesterfield

Thomas Hunter - 1776 - 267 pages
...vouchfafed to any nation, " fince he led his own chofen people " through the Red Sea*." And afterwards ; " In this wonderful manner, " and with this incredible expedition, " did GOD put an end to the rebel" lien that had raged near twenty " years :" and again, foon after; " By " thefe remarkable...
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The history of the rebellion and civil wars in England to which is added an ...

Edward Hyde (1st earl of Clarendon.), earl of Clarendon Hyde (Edward) - Great Britain - 1826
...protest, he had ever wished for his return." In this wonderful manner, and with this incredi- The amble r expedition, did God put an end to a rebellion that had raged near twenty years, and been carried on with all the horrid circumstances of murder, devastation, and parricide,...
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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Tales of a grandfather

Walter Scott - France - 1836
...Where every one seems so glad to see us."1 1["In this wonderful manner," says Clarendon, "and with tti* incredible expedition, did God put an end to a Rebellion that had raged nearly twenty years, and been carried on with all the torrid circumstances of murther, devastation,...
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The Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott...

Sir Walter Scott - Demonology - 1846
...a country where every one seems so glad to see us."1 '["In this wonderful manner," says Clarendon, "and with this incredible expedition, did God put an end to a Rebellion that had raged nearly twenty years, and been carried on with all the CHAP. xLvIH.] THE RESTORATION. 169 horrid circumstances...
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Tales of a Grandfather: History of Scotland, Volume 3

Sir Walter Scott - Scotland - 1861
...country where every one seems so glad to see us." * * " In this wonderful manner," says Clarendon, " and with this incredible expedition, did God put an end to a Rebellion that had raged nearly twenty years, and been carried on with all the horrid circumstances of mnrther, devastation,...
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Massachusetts. Governor (1861-1866 : Andrew) - 1862
...did not protest he had ever wished for his return." " In this wonderful manner," says Clarendon, " and with this incredible expedition, did God put an end to a rebellion that had raged near twenty years, and had been carried on with all the horrid circumstances of murder, devastation, and parricide,...
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Our Country, in Its Relations to the Past, Present and Future: A National ...

Mrs. Lincoln Phelps - American literature - 1864 - 423 pages
...who did not protest he had ever wished for his return." ' 'In this wonderful manner," says Clarendon, "and with this incredible expedition, did God put an end to a rebellion that had raged near twenty years, and had been carried on with all the horrid circumstances of murder, devastation, and parricide,...
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Address of Hon. Edward Everett, at the Consecration of the National Cemetery ...

Dirges - 1864 - 87 pages
...did not protest he had ever wished for his return." " In this wonderful manner," says Clarendon, " and with this incredible expedition, did God put an end to a rebellion that had raged near twenty years, and had been carried on with all the horrid circumstances of murder, devastation, and parricide,...
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