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" I have no predilections to indulge — no resentments to gratify — no objects to attain, but such as are common to the whole empire. "
History of the Regency and Reign of King George the Fourth - Page 5
by William Cobbett - 1830
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 33

Art - 1812
...approbation from those who have honorably distinguished themselves in support of it. I tuve no predilection to indulge, — no resentments to gratify,— no objects to attain, but such as ar* common to the whole empire. If such is the leading principle of my co.:Juct, — »and I can appeal...
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The Christian Observer, Volume 11

Religion - 1813
...approbation from those who have honourably distinguished themselves in support of it. 1 have no predilections to indulge, — no resentments to gratify, — no...such is the leading principle of my conduct, — and 1 can appeal to the past as evidence of what the future will be, — I flatter myself I sh»ll meet...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 74

English literature - 1812
...gratifii, no object! to obtain BUT SUCH AS ARC COMMON TO THE WHOLE EMPIRE. If SUch ˇS the lending principle of my conduct, and I can appeal to the past as evidence of what the future will be, I flatter myself I shall moet with the support of Parliament,...
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A New History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time: On a ...

J. Cooper - 1812 - 288 pages
...approbation from those who have honourably distinguished themselves in support of it. I have no predilections to indulge — no resentments to gratify — no objects...principle of my conduct, (and I can appeal to the past, in evidence of what the future will be), I flatter myself I shall meet with the support of parliament,...
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Cobbett's Parliamentary Debates, During the ... Session of the ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1812
...approbation from those who have honourably distinguished themselves in support of it. I have no predilections to indulge — no resentments to gratify — no objects...principle of my conduct — and I can appeal to the past in evidence of what the future will be — I flatter myself I shall meet with the support of parliament,...
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An abridgment of The history of England, continued to 1810. Genuine ed ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1812
...themselves in support of it. I have »o predilections to indulge,—no resentments to gratify,—DO objects to attain, but such as are common to the whole...principle of my conduct, (and I can appeal to the past, in evidence of what the future will be,) I flatter myself I shall meet with the support of parliament,...
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Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of ..., Volume 39

Hunting - 1812
...have no predilection to indulge, — no resentments to gratify, — no objects to attain but sucli as are common to the whole Empire. If such is the...of my conduct, — and I can appeal to the past as evidence what the future will be, — I flatter myself I shall meet with the support of Parliament,...
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An abridgment of The history of England, continued to 1810. Genuine ed ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1812
...from those wlto have honourably distinguished themselves in support of it. I fiav« no predilections to indulge, — no resentments to gratify, — no...attain, but such as are common to the whole empire. If sucb is the leading principle of my conduct, (and I can appeal to the past, in -evidence of what the...
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Cobbett's Parliamentary Debates, During the ... Session of the ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1812
...the whole empire. If such is the leading principle of my conduct — and I can appeal to the past in evidence of what the future will be — I flatter myself I shall meet with the sapport of parliament, and of a candid and enlightened nation. Having made this communication of my...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 82, Part 1; Volume 111

Early English newspapers - 1812
...have uo predilectk>nsto|indulge — no resentment! t» gratify — no objects to attain but such a* are common to the whole Empire. If such is the leading principle of my con' duct, and 1 can appeal to the past in evidence of what the future will be, I flatter myself I...
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