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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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The age we live in: a history of the nineteenth century, Volumen1,Parte2

James Taylor - 1882
...Duke of Wellington upon the present state of the Roman Catholic question. ' I differ,' he added, ' 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, if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage...
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The United Service Magazine, Volumen2;Volumen75,Página 2

1854
...be made for the difficulties of his situation. " Difficult it certainly is, for he has to overcom« the very strong prejudices and the interested motives...in oblivion the question for a short time. First, because the thing L> utterly impossible : and next, if the thing were possible, I fear that advantage...
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The United Service Magazine, Volumen2;Volumen75,Página 2

1854
...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 many persons of the highest influence, as well ass to allay the real alarms of many of the more ignorant Protestants. " 1 differ from the opinion...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volumen36

1829
...difficulties of hi» situation. Difficult k certainly is; for he lias to overcome the very strong préjudices and the interested motives of many persons of the...highest influence, as well as to allay the real alarms ot many of the most ignorant Protestant«. I differ from the opinion of the duke, that an attempt should...
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Niles' National Register, Volumen36

1829
...allowance should be made for the difficulties of his • j'.n '! .Hi. Difficult it certainly is; for he has to overcome the very strong prejudices and...motives of many persons of the highest influence, us well as to allay the re-si alarms of many of the most ignorant Protestants. 1 differ from the opinion...
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