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" Can you really be afraid," said he, "that this mean despised people, should be able to prevail in trade and credit over the merchants of England, the noblest and most esteemed merchants of the whole world! "
Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel Manufacturers ... - Page 224
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The Edinburgh Monthly Review, Volume 3

1820
...and meanness, and that they would get their trade from them. And can you really be afraid,' says he, • that this mean despised people should be able...prevail in trade and credit over the merchants of England, the noblest and most esteemed merchants of the whole world ?' Thus he went on till he had...
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Observations, Anecdotes, and Characters, of Books and Men

Joseph Spence - Authors, English - 1820 - 302 pages
...and meanness, and that they would get their trade from them. *' And can you really be afraid,'' says he, " that this mean despised people should be able...prevail in trade and credit over the merchants of England, the noblest and most esteemed merchants of the whole world ?" Thus he went on till he had...
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Observations, Anecdotes, and Characters, of Books and Men

Joseph Spence - Authors, English - 1820 - 302 pages
...and meanness, and that they would get their trade from them. *' And can you really be afraid,'* says he, " that this mean despised people should be able...prevail in trade and credit over the merchants of England, the noblest and most esteemed merchants of the whole world?" Thus he went on till he had silenced...
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A thousand notable things, embracing a collection of scarce receipts, &c. To ...

Thousand notable things - 1822
...says Cromwell, they are the meanest and most despised of all people. He then fell into abusing the Jews most heartily, and after he had said every thing...contemptible and low of them : — Can you really be afraid, that this mean despised people should be able to prevail in trade and credit over the merchants of...
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The Nic-nac: Or, Literary Cabinet, Volume 2

1824
...and that they would get 'iheir trade from them. 'And сян you really be afraid,' said Cromwell, ' that this mean despised people should be able to prevail in trade and credit over the Merchants of England, tlie noblest and most esteemed Merchants of the whole world.' Thus Cromwell went on, and silenced...
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Memoirs of the Administration of the Right Honourable Henry Pelham ..., Volume 2

William Coxe - Great Britain - 1829
...they would get their trade from them. ' And can you really be afraid,' said he, ' that this mean and despised people should be able to prevail in trade and credit, over the merchants of England, the noblest and most esteemed merchants of the whole world ?' Thus he went on, till he had...
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The Social History of Great Britain During the Reigns of the ..., Volume 1

William Goodman - Great Britain - 1843
...and meanness, and that they would get their trade from them. " And can you really be afraid," says he, " that this mean, despised people should be able...prevail in trade and credit over the merchants of England — the noblest and most esteemed merchants in the world 1" Thus he went on until he silenced...
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The Social History of Great Britain During the Reigns of the ..., Volume 1

William Goodman - Great Britain - 1845
...and meanness, and that they would get their trade from them. " And can you really he afraid," says he, " that this mean, despised people should be able...prevail in trade and credit over the merchants of England — the noblest and most esteemed merchants in the world V Thus he went on until he silenced...
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Anecdotes, observations, and characters of books and men. Collected from the ...

Joseph SPENCE - Authors, English - 1858 - 396 pages
...all people." — He then fell into abusing the Jews most heartily, and after he had said everything that was contemptible and low of them : " Can you...prevail in trade and credit over the merchants of England, the noblest and most esteemed merchants of the whole world ! " — Thus he went on, till he...
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Anecdotes, Observations, and Characters, of Books and Men

Joseph Spence, Samuel Weller Singer - Authors, English - 1858 - 396 pages
...all people." — He then fell into abusing the Jews most heartily, and after he had said everything that was contemptible and low of them : " Can you...afraid," said he, " that this mean despised people should he able to prevail in trade and credit over the merchants of England, the noblest and most esteemed...
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