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" You have now carried things too far to retreat. You have plainly declared to the people what they are to expect from the continuance of your administration. "
Junius: Stat nominis umbra - Side 99
av Junius, Sir William Draper - 1772
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The Political Register for ...

1769
...terms, that the Teverfe of the propofition has grown into credit, and every villain fancies himfeif a man of abilities. It is the apprehenfion of your...conclufion of this fort, and that a partial reliance upon yourmoral character has betrayed you beyond the depth of your underltanding. You have now carried things...
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - 1770 - 247 sider
...has grown into credit, and every villain fancies himfelf a man of abilities. It is the apprehenlion of your friends, my Lord, that you have drawn fome...moral character has betrayed you beyond the depth of your underftanding. You have now carried things too far to retreat. You have plainly declared to the...
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The Genuine Letters of Junius

Junius - 1771 - 366 sider
...talents to fupport you, at a crifis of fuch difficulty and danger, fhould lonofince have been confidered. Judging truly of your difpofition, you have perhaps...moral character has betrayed you beyond the depth of your underftanding. You have now carried things too far to retreat. You have plainly declared to the...
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The Repository, Or, Treasury of Politics and Literature for ..., Volum 2

1771
...terms, that the rev_erfe of the propofition has grown into credit, and every villain fancies himlelf a man of abilities. It is the apprehenfion of your...moral character has betrayed you beyond the depth of your underHanding. You have now carried things too far to retreat. You have plainly declared to the...
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Letters of Junius, Volum 1

Junius - 1772 - 494 sider
...himfelf a man of abilities. It is the apprehenfion of your friends, my Lord, that you have drawn fame hafty conclufion of this fort, and that a partial...moral character has betrayed you beyond the depth cf your underftaiiding. You have H 2 now too LETTERS OF now carried things too far to retreat. You...
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Letters of Junius, Volum 1

Junius - 1771
...has grown into credit, and every villain fancies hiinfelf a man of abilities. It is the ajjprehenfion of your friends, my Lord, that you have drawn fome...upon your moral character has betrayed you beyond the dept of your underftanding. You have now carried things too far to retreat. You have plainly declared...
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The letters of the celebrated Junius, Volum 1

Junius - 1783
...confidered. Judging truly of your difpofition, you have perhaps miftaken the extent of your capacity. Ciood faith and folly have fo long been received as fynonimous...fort, and that a partial reliance upon your moral charafter has betrayed you beyond the depth of your underftanding. You have now carried things too...
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The letters of Junius

Junius (pseud.) - 1784
...has grown into credit, and every villain fancies himielr a man of abilities. It is the npprehenfion of your friends, my Lord, that you have drawn fome...moral character has betrayed you beyond the depth of your underItanding. You have now carried things too far to retreat. .You have plainly declared to the...
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The letters of Junius

Junius - 1791 - 403 sider
...himfelf a man of abilities. It is the apprehenflon of your friends, my Lord, that you have drawn feme hafty conclufion of this fort, and that a partial...moral character has betrayed you beyond the depth of your underftanding. You have now carried things too far to retreat. You have plainly declared to the...
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - 1796
...F 4. faith and folly have fo long been received as fynonymous terms, that the reverfe pi opofition has grown into credit, and every villain fancies himfelf...fort, and that a partial reliance upon your moral charafter has betrayed you beyond the depth of your underftanding. You have now carried things too...
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