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" Arrogant in prosperity, abject in adversity, he neither conciliated affection in the one, nor excited esteem in the other. His dissimulation was so well known, that it seldom deceived : his suspicion served only to multiply his enemies : and the knowledge... "
Review of Fox's Book of Martyrs - Page 31
by William Eusebius Andrews - 1826
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New elegant extracts; a selection from the most eminent prose and epistolary ...

New elegant extracts - 1827
...cruelty, perjury, and murder; uniting with an ambition, which rushed through every crime to the attainment of its object, a pusillanimity which often, at the...heart more callous to the suggestions of pity. Of Ms captives many never returned from their dungeons. If they survived their tortures, they were left...
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The Court magazine and belle assemblée [afterw.] and monthly ..., Volume 18

Court magazine and monthly critic
...other. His dissimulation was so well knovvu, that it seldom deceived ; his habit of suspicion served to multiply his enemies ; and the knowledge of his...between him and those who had incurred his displeasure. He tortured the Jews, confined the wife and children of a noble who had-affronted him, in Windsor Castle...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - Great Britain - 1837
...560. + Apud Raynald, i. 231. J Paris. 242. West. 276. New Rym. i. 1U. AD 1216.] HIS CHARACTER. 71 mity which often, at the sole appearance of opposition,...dissimulation was so well known, that it seldom deceived : his habit of suspicion served to multiply his enemies ; and the knowledge of his vindictive temper contributed...
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A History of England: From the First Invasion by the Romans

John Lingard - Great Britain - 1840
...hii preface to the Patent Rolls. well known, that it seldom deceived : his habit of suspicion served to multiply his enemies ; and the knowledge of his...the suggestions of pity. Of his captives many never retumed from their dungeons. If they survived their tortures, they were left to perish by famine. He...
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A Critical and Historical Review of Fox's Book of Martyrs: Shewing ..., Volume 2

William Eusebius Andrews - Christianity - 1853 - 658 pages
...cruelty, perjury, and murder ; uniting with an ambition which rushed through every crime to the attainment of its object, a pusillanimity which often, at the...seldom deceived : his suspicion served only to multiply Irs enemies ; and the knowledge of his vindictive temper contributed to keep open the breach between...
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The Rise and Progress of the English Constitution

Sir Edward Shepherd Creasy - Constitutional history - 1853 - 340 pages
...despondency. Arrogant in prosperity, abject in adversity, he neither conciliated affection in the one nor esteem in the other. His dissimulation was so well...vindictive temper contributed to keep open the breach betwixt him and those who had incurred his displeasure." A few only of the specific instances of the...
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A History of England in the Lives of Englishmen, Volume 1

George Godfrey Cunningham - Great Britain - 1853
...despondency. Arrogant in prosperity, abject in adversity, he neither conciliated affection in the one, nor esteem in the other. His dissimulation was so well...vindictive temper contributed to keep open the breach betwixt him and those who had incurred his displeasure. Seldom, perhaps, was there a prince with a...
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A HISTORY OF ENGLAND, FROM THE FIRST INVASION BY THE ROMANS TO THE ACCESSION ...

JOHN LINGARD, D.D. - 1853
...despondency. Arrogant in prosperity, abject in adversity, he neither conciliated affection in the one, cor excited esteem in the other. His dissimulation was so well known, that it seldom deceived : his habit of suspicion served to multiply his enemies ; and .the knowledge of his vindictive temper contributed...
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A history of England from the first invasion by the Romans (to the ...

John Lingard - 1854
...cruelty, perjury, and murder; uniting with an ambition which rushed through every crime to the attainment of its object, a pusillanimity which often, at the...dissimulation was so well known, that it seldom deceived ; his habit of suspicion served to multiply his enemies; and the knowledge of his vindictive temper contributed...
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The Rise and Progress of The English COnstitiution

E. S. Creasy - 1854
...about the legends respecting Marian Henry Piuel's wife. Another Fitzwalter,in Thomson's "Magna one nor esteem in the other. His dissimulation was so well...vindictive temper contributed to keep open the breach betwixt him and those who had incurred his displeasure." A few only of the specific instances of the...
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