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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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Studies in Structure and Style: (based on Seven Modern English Essays)

William Tenney Brewster - 1896 - 280 páginas
...contrary, we highly revere the principles on which you 15 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. XXVI. It may be said that there is a patent injustice...
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The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, Volumen6

Edmund Burke - 1901
...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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"Airy Nothings."

Watson Surr - 1907
...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." So may it be for ever and ever. 143 21 IRamblc...
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Nineteenth Century English Prose: Critical Essays

Frederick William Roe, Thomas Herbert Dickinson - 1908 - 495 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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My Brother

Amory Howe Bradford - 1910 - 282 páginas
...in the days of the Revolution, when the colonists were in arms against 23 the mother country, wrote: "Armed as you are, we embrace you as our friends, and as our brethren, by the best and dearest ties of relation." Burke believed in the Brotherhood of man. Brothers...
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The Works of Lord Morley, Volumen6

John Morley - 1921
...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 Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, Volumen6

Edmund Burke - 2008 - 464 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. We view the establishment of the English colonies...
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The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, Volumen6

Edmund Burke - 2008 - 464 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. We view the establishment of the English colonies...
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