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475 페이지 - What's Hecuba to him, or he to Hecuba, That he should weep for her ? What would he do, Had he the motive and the cue for passion That I have...
442 페이지 - Divinity, has a place in the breast of every one of us, given us for our guide with regard to ourselves and with regard to others, and which will stand after this globe is burned to ashes, our advocate or our accuser before the great Judge...
436 페이지 - And whereas to pursue schemes of conquest and extension of dominion in India, are measures repugnant to the wish, the honour, and policy of this nation...
200 페이지 - I am sorry it is not in my power to comply with your proposal of easing the prisoners for a few days of their fetters. Much as my humanity may be touched by their sufferings, I should think it inexpedient to afford them any alleviation while they persist in a breach of their contract with me ; and indeed no indulgence can be...
476 페이지 - I intend no controversy with Dr. Price, or Lord Shelburne, or any other of their set. I mean to set in full view the danger from their wicked principles and their black hearts. I intend to state the true principles of our constitution in church and state, upon grounds opposite to theirs.
472 페이지 - I do not think the congress have any wish to persecute General Burgoyne. I never heard till I received your letter that they had recalled him. If they have made such a resolution, it must be, I suppose, a conditional one ; — to take place in case their offer of exchanging him for Mr. Laurens should not be accepted — a resolution intended to enforce that offer.
488 페이지 - ... what grievance has Ireland, as Ireland, to complain of with regard to Great Britain ; unless the protection of the most powerful country upon earth, — giving all her privileges, without exception, in common to Ireland, and reserving to herself only the painful preeminence of ten-fold l-xrthens, be a matter of complaint.
443 페이지 - My Lords, if you must fall, may you so fall ! But if you stand, — -and stand I trust you will, together with the fortune of this ancient monarchy, together with the ancient laws and liberties of this great and illustrious kingdom, — may you stand as unimpeached in honour as in power ! May you stand, not as a substitute for virtue, but as an ornament of virtue, as a security for virtue...
419 페이지 - An Act for the better regulation and management of the affairs of the East India Company, and of the British Possessions in India ; and for establishing a court of judicature for the more speedy and effectual trial of persons accused of offences committed in the East Indies ;