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" Though innocent towards his people, he acknowledged the equity of his execution in the eyes of his Maker; and observed, that an unjust sentence which he had suffered to take effect, was now punished by an unjust sentence upon himself. "
The History of England: From the Earliest Times to the Death of George II. - Trang 311
bởi Oliver Goldsmith - 1771
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