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" Pitt seemed for the moment shaken in the high opinion which his deliberate judgment had formed of Wolfe : he lifted up his eyes and arms, and exclaimed to Lord Temple, ' Good God ! that I should have entrusted the fate of the country and of the Administration... "
History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Versailles ... - Page 229
1844
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The Grenville Papers: Being the Correspondence of Richard ..., Volume 3

Earl Richard Grenville-Temple Temple, George Grenville - Great Britain - 1853
...from the door, Pitt seemed for the moment shaken in the high opinion which his deliberate judgment had formed of Wolfe : he lifted up his eyes and arms,...Lord Temple himself to a near and still surviving relation : one of my best and most valued friends." * The want of appreciation on the part of General...
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The North British Review, Volume 19

1853
...from the door, Pitt seemed for the moment shaken in the high opinion which his deliberate judgment had formed of Wolfe: he lifted up his eyes and arms,...country and of the administration to such hands.' "f In order to connect Lord Temple with Wolfe, so as to assign a motive for attackingTownshend, he...
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History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Chaoelle ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1853
...frjm the door, Pitt seemed for the moment shaken in tii'i high opinion which his deliberate judgment had formed of Wolfe ; he lifted up his eyes and arms, and excloitucii to Lord Temple : " Good God ! that I should " have entrusted the fate of the country and...
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Anecdote biography

John Timbs - 1860
...from the door, Pitt seemed for the moment shaken in the high opinion which his deliberate judgment had formed of Wolfe : he lifted up his eyes and arms,...exclaimed to Lord Temple : " Good God ! that I should have intrusted the fate of the country and of the administration to such hands !" This story was told by...
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The book of days, a miscellany of popular antiquities, Volume 1

Robert Chambers - 1862
...from the door, Pitt seemed for the moment shaken in the right opinion which his deliberate judgment had formed of Wolfe : he lifted up his eyes and arms,...! ' This story was told by Lord Temple himself to the Rt. Hon. Thomas Grenville, the friend of Lord Mahon, who has inserted the anecdote in his History...
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The Life of Major-General James Wolfe: Founded on Original Documents and ...

Robert Wright - Canada - 1864 - 626 pages
...from the door, Pitt seemed for the moment shaken in the high opinion which his deliberate judgment had formed of Wolfe; he lifted up his eyes and arms,...country and of the Administration to such hands!'"* Such is the story related of Wolfe in a standard history of England. With the highest respect, however,...
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Historic Ninepins: A Book of Curiosities, where Old and Young May Read ...

John Timbs - History - 1869 - 348 pages
...from the door, Pitt seemed for the moment shaken in the right opinion which his deliberate judgment had formed of Wolfe : he lifted up his eyes and arms,...hands !" This story was told by Lord Temple himself to the Right Hon. Thomas Grenville, the friend of Lord Mahon, who has inserted the anecdote in his History...
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THE BOOK OF HUMOUR, WIT, & WISDOM

1874
...from the door, Pitt seemed for the moment shaken in the right opinion which his deliberate judgment had formed of Wolfe ; he lifted up his eyes and arms,...to Lord Temple — " Good God ! that I should have intrusted the fate of the country and of the administration to such hands 1 " AN IRISH DEBT. The late...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 138

English literature - 1875
...Temple, Wolfe behaved so extravagantly as to elicit, on his leaving them, the exclamation from Pitt : ' Good God ! that I should have entrusted the fate of...country and of the Administration to such hands.' We agree with Mr. Wright, the biographer ot Wolfe, that this sounds apocryphal or exaggerated at best...
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The Quarterly Review VOL.138 January&April,1875

The Quarterly Review VOL.138 January&April,1875 - 1875
...Temple, Wolfe behaved so extravagantly as to elicit, on his leaving them, the exclamation from Pitt : ' Good God ! that I should have entrusted the fate of...country and of the Administration to such hands.' We agree with Mr. Wright, the biographer of Wolfe, that this sounds apocryphal or exaggerated at best;...
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