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" Why is that man expiring ? why is that other writhing with agony ? what means this implacable fury ? the answer must be — You are quite wrong, sir, you deceive yourself ; they are not fighting ; do not disturb... "
The Edinburgh Annual Register - Page xxiv
1813
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the parliamentary regifter; or history of the proceedings and debates of the ...

j debrett - 1800
...merely fnuftng I—- this man is not expiring with agony—that man is not dead—he is only paufing! Lord help you, Sir! they are not angry with one another ; they have now no cnufc of quarrel—but their country thinks that there fhould be a paufe. All that you fee, Sir, is...
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The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1800
...deceive yourfelf — They are not fighting — Do not difturb them — they are merely ^anfing !— this man is not expiring with agony — that man is not dead — he is only paufing ! Lord help you, Sir ! they arc not angry with one another ; they have now no caufe of quarrel...
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 4

Nathaniel Chapman - Great Britain - 1807
..." You are quite wrong, sir, you deceive yourself — they are not fighting — donotdisturbthem — they are merely pausing ! — This man is not expiring...quarrel; but their country thinks that there should be & pause. All that you see, sir, is nothing like fighting — there is no harm, nor cruelty, nor bloodshed...
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The Edinburgh annual register, Volume 4, Part 2

1813
...implacable fury ? The answer must be, " You are quite wrong, sir — You deceive yourself — They are not fighting — Do not disturb them — they are merely...their country thinks that there should be a pause. AH that you see, sir, is nothing like fighting — there is no harm, nor cruelty, nor bloodshed in...
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The Augustan review, Volume 1

1815
...quite wrong. Sir, yx>* deceive yourself — they are not righting — do not disturb them — they mre merely pausing.' — this man is not expiring with...— he is only pausing ! Lord help you, Sir ! they arr not angry with one another; they have no cause of quarrel — but their country thinks there should...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - Great Britain - 1815
...deceive yourself— They are not fighting — Do not disturb them — they are merely pausing! T— this man is not expiring with agony — that man is not dead — he is only pausing ! Lord nelp you, Sir! they are not angry with one another: they have now no cause of quarrel—but their country...
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Handbuch der englischen sprache und literature, Volume 1

H. Nolte - 1823
...answer must he, ,,You are quite wrong — Sir, you deceive yourself -. — They are not fighüng — Do not disturb them — they are merely pausing —...— he is only pausing! Lord help you, Sir, they are nut angry with one another. They *J Blenheim oder Blindhçim ein Dorf bei Hochslädt, wo den lölen...
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Rudiments of Elocution: Founded on Rush's Philosophy of the Human Voice

Sullivan Hardy Weston - 1841 - 40 pages
...You are quite wrong, sir, you deceive yourself; they are not fighting ; do not disturb them ; they an merely pausing! This man is not expiring with agony...now no cause of quarrel, but their country thinks there should be a pause. All that you see, sir, is nothing like fighting ; there is no harm, nor cruelty,...
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Rudiments of Elocution: Founded on Rush's Philosophy of the Human Voice

Sullivan Hardy Weston - 1842 - 64 pages
...implacable fury ? the answer must be — You are quite wrong, sir, you deceive yourself ; they are not fighting ; do not disturb them ; they are merely pausing...now no cause of quarrel, but their country thinks there should be a pause. All that you see, sir, is nothing like fighting ; there is no harm, nor cruelty,...
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The United States Speaker: a Copious Selection of Exercises in Elocution ...

Readers - 1846 - 504 pages
...answer must be, — " You are quite wrong, sir, you deceive yourself — they are not fighting—do not disturb them — they are merely pausing ! This man is not expiring with agony — that man vt not dead — he is only pausing ! Lord help you, sir ! they are not angry with one another : they...
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