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" I differ from the opinion of the duke, that an attempt should be made to " bury in oblivion" the question for a short time. First, because the thing is utterly impossible; and next... "
The Irish Shield and Monthly Milesian - Página 59
editado por - 1829
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Life and times of sir Robert Peel, by W.C. Taylor (C. Mackay).

William Cooke Taylor - 1846
...ample allowance should be made for the difficulties of his situation. " Difficult it certainly is, for he has to overcome the very strong prejudices, and...of the highest influence, as well as to allay the alarms of many of the more ignorant Protestants. " I differ from the opinion of the Duke that an attempt...
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The Life and Times of Daniel O'Connell, Volumen1

William Trant Fagan - 1847
...ample allowance should be made for the difficulties of his situation. " Difficult it certainly is; for he has to overcome the very strong prejudices, and...alarms of many of the more ignorant Protestants. " I dift'er from the opinion of the Duke, that an at' tempt should be made to " bury in oblivion" the question...
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History of Europe from the Fall of Napoleon in 1815 to the ..., Volumen4

Archibald Alison - 1855
...induced to promote it, he of all men will have the greatest facility in carrying it into effect. ... I differ from the opinion of the Duke, that an attempt...in oblivion ' the question for a short time. First, because the thing is utterly impossible ; and next, if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage...
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History of Europe: From the Fall of Napoleon, in MDCCCXV to the ..., Volumen2

Archibald Alison - 1855
...induced to promote it. he of all men will have the greatest facility in carrying it into effect. . . . 1 differ from the opinion of the Duke, that an attempt...'bury in oblivion' the question for a short time. I-'irst, Itecause the thing is utterly impossible ; ahd, next, if the thing were possible, 1 fear that...
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The Life, Times, and Cotemporaries [sic] of Lord Cloncurry

William John Fitzpatrick - 1855 - 604 páginas
...plausible cajolery of his Grace. He addressed a friendly reply to the Primate. " I differ," said he, " from the opinion of the Duke, that an attempt should...in oblivion' the question for a short time. First, because the thing is utterly impossible; and next, because if it were possible, I fear that advantage...
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History of Europe: From the Fall of Napoleon, in 1815, to the ..., Volumen4

Archibald Alison - 1855
...induced to promote it, he of all men will have the greatest facility in carrying it into effect. ... I differ from the opinion of the Duke, that an attempt should bo made to ' bury in oblivion ' the question for a short time. First, because the thing is utterly...
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John Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Volumen7

John Frederick Smith - 1863
...made for the difficul ties of his situation. "Difficult," said lord Anglesea, "it certainly is; for he has to overcome the very strong prejudices and the interested motives of many persona of the highest influence, as well as allay the real alarm of many of the more ignorant protestants."...
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The history of England, by D. Hume, continued by T. Smollett, and to the ...

David Hume - 1859
...government by personalities, to trust to the legislature, and to avoid brute force, he remarked : — " I differ from the opinion of the duke, that an attempt should bo made to bury in oblivion the question for a short time ; first, because the thing is utterly impossible...
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the ..., Volumen7

Cassell, ltd - 1865
...made for the difficulties of his situation. " Difficult," said lord Anglesey, "it certainly is ; for he has to overcome the very strong prejudices and...many persons of the highest influence, as well as allay the real alarm of many of the more ignorant protcstants." As to burying in oblivion the question...
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History of Europe: 1815-1852, Volumen3

Archibald Alison - 1878
...induced to promote it, he of all men will have the greatest facility in carrying it into etfeot. ... I differ from the opinion of the Duke, that an attempt...in oblivion' the question for a short time. First, because the thing is utterly impossible; and, next, if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage...
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