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" It may even be the mace which rests upon that woolsack. What may follow your course of obstinacy, if persisted in, I cannot take upon me to predict, nor do I wish to conjecture. But this I know full well, that, as sure as man is mortal, and to err is... "
Opinions on Politics, Theology, &c - Page 23
by Henry Brougham Baron Brougham and Vaux - 1839
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English Language and Literary Criticism: English prose

James Baldwin - English language - 1883
...Parliaments by the year — it is vote by the ballot — it is suffrage by the million ! From this you turn away indignant, and for the second time she...of obstinacy, if persisted in, I cannot take upon me to predict, nor do I * CA Goodrich : Select British Eloquenve. wish to conjecture. But this I know...
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British Classical Authors. Select Specimens of the National Literature of ...

Ludwig Herrig - 1885
...demands—it is Parliaments by the Year—it is Vote by the Ballot —it is Suffrage by the Million! From this me to predict, nor do I wish to conjecture. But this I know full well, that, as sure as man is mortal,...
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The Three Reforms of Parliament: A History, 1830-1885

William Heaton - Great Britain - 1885 - 310 pages
...Parliaments by the year — it is vote by the ballot — it is suffrage by the million ! From this you turn away indignant, and for the second time she...treasure you must have ; and what price she may next CHAP. ii. demand, who can tell ? It may even be the i8si. mace which rests upon that woolsack ! * What...
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The Speaker: Being One of a Series of Handbooks Upon Practical Expression ...

George Lansing Raymond - Elocution - 1892 - 308 pages
...RC w msRC hR CF away indignant; and, for the second time, she departs. Beware shake IfROF fRO wtol of her third coming! for the treasure you must \ have; and what RO 1 RO 1 price she may next demand, who | shall tell? It may even be the s R o mace which rests upon...
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The Popular Elocutionist and Reciter

Joseph Edwards Carpenter - Readers - 1894 - 564 pages
...is Parliament by the year — it is vote by the ballot — it is suffrage by the million ! From this you turn away indignant, and for the second time she departs. Beware of her third visit ; for the treasure you must have ; and what price she may next demand, who shall tell ? It may...
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The Orator's Manual: A Practical and Philosophical Treatise on Vocal Culture ...

George Lansing Raymond - Elocution - 1910 - 365 pages
...Beware shake IfROF fRO wtol of her third coming! for the treasure you must \ have; and what BO 1 RO 1 price she may next demand, who | shall tell? It may even be the a RO mace which rests upon that woolsack! What may follow \ your course of obstinacy, if persisted...
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The Orator's Manual: A Practical and Philosophical Treatise on Vocal Culture ...

George Lansing Raymond - Elocution - 1910 - 365 pages
...w msRChRCF away indignant; and, for the second timn. she departs. Beware shake 1 f ROF f RO w to 1 of her third coming! for the treasure you must \ have; and what RO 1 RO 1 price she may next demand, who | shall tell? It may even be the s RO mace which rests upon...
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British and American Eloquence

Robert Irving Fulton, Thomas Clarkson Trueblood - Orator - 1912 - 403 pages
...you would be fain to grant a bill, compared with which the one we now proffer you is moderate indeed. What may follow your course of obstinacy, if persisted in, I cannot take upon me to predict nor do I wish to conjecture. But this I know full well, that, as sure as man is mortal,...
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Selected English Speeches from Burke to Gladstone

Sir Edgar Rees Jones - English orations - 1913 - 383 pages
...Parliaments by the year — it is vote by the ballot — it is suffrage by the million ! From this you turn away indignant, and for the second time she...of obstinacy, if persisted in, I cannot take upon me to predict, nor do I wish to conjecture. But this I know full well, that, as sure as man is mortal,...
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