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" I am now to take my leave of your lordships, and of this honourable House, perhaps for ever; I shall lay down my life with pleasure in a cause favoured by my late dear royal mistress. "
The History of England: From the Earliest Times to the Death of George II. - Trang 205
bởi Oliver Goldsmith - 1771
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...consider that I am " to lie judged by the justice, honour, and virtue of my " peers, I shall acquiesce, and retire with great content; " and, my lords, God's will be done." The duke of Shrewsbury having acquainted the house that the earl was very much indisposed with the...

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...consider that .1 am to be judged by the justice, honour, and virtue of my peers, I shall acquiesce, and retire with great content. And, my lords; God's will be done. SIR THOMAS HANMER, (Member for Suffolk J Was born in 1 676 ; he xvas chosen speaker of the house of...

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...consider that I am. " to be judged by the justice, honour, and virtue of my " peers, I shall acquiesce, and retire with great content ; " and, my lords, God's will be done." The duke of Shrewsbuiy having acquainted the house that the earl was very much indisposed with the...

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...consider that I am " to be judged by the justice, honour, and virtue of rny " peers, I shall acquiesce, and retire with great content; " and, my lords, God's will be done." The duke of Shrewsbury having acquainted the house that the earl was very much indisposed with the...

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...consider that I am to be judged by the justice, honour, and virtue of my peers, I shall acquiesce, and retire with great content : And, my lords, God's will be done." Before the question for committing the earl of Oxford to wife custody nas put, the duke of Shrewsbury...

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Antoine-François marquis de Bertrand de Moleville, Antoine François Bertrand de Moleville - 1812
...consider that I am to " be judged by the justice, honour and virtue of " my peers, I shall acquiesce and retire with great " content; and, my lords, God's will be done." As he was actually much indisposed with the gravel he was not sent immediately to the tower, and he...

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...consider that I am to be judged by the justice, honour, and virtue, of my peers, I shall acquiesce, and retire with great content; and, my lords, God's will be done." The duke of Shrewsbury having acquainted the house that the earl was very much indisposed with the...

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...consider that I am to be judged by the justice, honour, and virtue, of my peers, I shall acquiesce, and retire with great content. And, my lords, God's will be done!" On his return from the house of lords to his own housei where he was for that night permitted to go, he was followed by a...

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