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" ... by odious and unworthy names. On the contrary, we highly revere the principles on which you act, though we lament some of their effects. Armed as you are, we embrace you as our friends, and as our brethren, by the best and dearest ties of relation. "
Collected Papers (original and Reprinted) in Prose and Verse, 1842-1862 - Página 121
por Harriet Grote - 1862 - 293 páginas
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The Works of ... Edmund Burke, Volumen9

Edmund Burke - 1812
...'contrary, we highly revere the principles, on which you act, though we lament some of their effects. Armed as .you are, we embrace you as our friends, and as our brethren, by the best and dearest ties of relation.. We We view the establishment of the Euglilh Colonies...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volumen9

Edmund Burke - 1818
...contrary, we highly revere the principles, on which you act, though we lament some of their effects. Armed as you are, we embrace you as our friends, and as our brethren, by the best and dearest ties of relation. We . We view the establishment of the English Colonies...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volumen99

1854
...' 1825. Jan. 3rd. Walked over to Bowood: company, Mackintosh and his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Yernon Smith and Lewson Smith A good deal of conversation...Dugald Stewart thinks the same. The grand part of Burke's life was between 1772 and the end of the American war; afterwards presumed upon his fame and...
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The Works of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke: With a Biographical and ..., Volumen2

Edmund Burke - 1834
...contrary, we highly revere the principles on which you act, though we lament some of their effects. Armed as you are, we embrace you as our friends, and as our brethren, by the best and dearest ties of relation. We view the establishment of the English colonies...
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The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Volumen2

Edmund Burke - 1835
...contrary, we higbly revere the principles on which you act, though we lament some of their effect*. Armed as you are, we embrace you as our friends, and as our bretbren, by the best and deareet tie* of relation. We view the establishment of the English colonies...
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The Works of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke

Edmund Burke - 1837
...contrary, we highly revere the principles on which you act, though we lament some of their effects. Armed as you are, we embrace you as our friends, and as our brethren, 7 the best and dearest ties of relation. We view the establishment of the- English colo/nies...
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke, Volumen6

Edmund Burke - 1866
...contrary, we highly revere the principles on which you act, though we lament some of their effects. Armed as you are, we embrace you as our friends and as our brethren by the best and dearest ties of relation. We view the establishment of the English colonies...
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The Living Age, Volumen129

1876
...contrary, we highly revere the principles on which you act, though we lament some of their effects. Armed as you are, we embrace you, as our friends and as our brethren by the best and dearest ties of relation. It may be said that there is a patent injustice...
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The Fortnightly, Volumen25

1876
...contrary, we highly revere the principles on which you act, though we lament some of their effects. Armed as you are, we embrace you, as our friends and as our brethren by the best and dearest ties of relation." It may be said that there is a patent injustice...
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Critical Miscellanies: Second Series

John Morley - 1877 - 401 páginas
...contrary, we highly revere the principles on which you act, though we lament some of their effects. Armed as you are, we embrace you, as our friends and as our brethren by the best and dearest ties of relation.' It may be said that there is a patent injustice...
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