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" I am not disposed to blame him. Let those, who have betrayed him by their adulation, insult him with their malevolence. "
The Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge - Page 157
1775
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Annual Report of the Commissioners ..., Volume 64

1898
...power, which, like death, canonizes and sanctifies a great character, will not suffer me to censure any part of his conduct. I am afraid to flatter him ; I am sure I am not disposed to blame him. Let those who have betrayed him by their adulation insult him...
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Speech of Edmund Burke on Conciliation with the Colonies

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1900 - 152 pages
...power, which, like death, canonizes and sanctifies a great character — will not suffer me to censure any part of his conduct. I am afraid to flatter him ; I am sure I am not disposed to blame him. Let those WILLIAM PITT, EARL OF CHATHAM. After the painting by...
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Writings and Speeches, Volume 2

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1901
...power, which, like death, canonizes and sanctifies a great character, will not suffer me to censure any part of his conduct. I am afraid to flatter him ; I am sure I am not disposed to blame him. Let those who have betrayed him by their adulation insult him...
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke ...: A vindication of natural ...

Edmund Burke - 1902
...power, which, like death, canonizes and sanctifies a great character, will not suffer me to censure any part of his conduct. I am afraid to flatter him ; I am sure I am not disposed to blame him. Let those, who have betrayed him by their adulation, insult him...
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Irish Literature, Volume 1

Justin McCarthy, Maurice Francis Egan, Charles Welsh, Douglas Hyde, Lady Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche - Authors, Irish - 1904
...power, which like death, canonizes and sanctifies a great character, will not suffer me to censure any part of his conduct. I am afraid to flatter him ; I am sure I am not disposed to blame him. Let those who have betrayed him by their adulation insult him...
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A Selection from the World's Great Orations Illustrative of the History of ...

Sherwin Cody - Orators - 1904 - 518 pages
...— which, like death, canonizes and sanctifies a great character, — will not suffer me to censure any part of his conduct. I am afraid to flatter him ; I am sure I am not disposed to blame him. Let those who have betrayed him by their adulation, insult him...
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Burke's Speech on American Taxation

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1905 - 88 pages
...power, which, like death, canonizes and sanctifies a great character, will not suffer me to censure any part of his conduct. I am afraid to flatter him ; I am sure I am not disposed to blame him. Let those who have 15 betrayed him by their adulation, insult...
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The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer, Volume 44

English essays - 1775
...part of his Bdij.ir. I am afraid to flatter him ; ÍB ihre I am not difpofed to blame |l_ Ltt chefe who have betrayed him by their adulation, infult him...not prefume to cenfure, I may have leave to lament. For a wife тэп, he feemed to me at that time, to be governed too much by general maxims. I fpenk...
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 44

English essays - 1775
...falsifies a great character, will not fuffer me to cenfure any part of his conduit. I am afraid to fl itt*r him ; I am fure I am not difpofed to blame him. Let thofe who have b;lr:i>ed him by their adulation, infult him with their malevolence. But what I do not prefume to cenfure,...
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The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke: On Conciliation with America ...

Edmund Burke - History - 2008 - 600 pages
...power, which, like death, canonizes and sanctifies a great character, will not suffer me to censure any part of his conduct. I am afraid to flatter him ; I am sure I am not disposed to blame him. Let those who have betrayed him by their adulation insult him...
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