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" ... he would never desire any gentleman of parts and learning to employ his time in celebrating a ministry who had neither the justice or generosity t "
A Statistical Account, Or, Parochial Survey of Ireland: Drawn Up from the ... - Page 364
1819
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Memoirs of the Life and Character of the Late Earl of Orrery, and of the ...

Eustace Budgell - 1732 - 258 pages
...fo unkind a Refolution, Lord Halifax briskly told him, That he had long with Indignation obferved, that while ' too many Fools and Blockheads were maintained in their Pride and Luxury, - ' at the Expence of the Publick, fuch Men as were really an Honour to their Country, and to the Age they lived...
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The Life of Joseph Addison, Esq: Extracted from N0III. and IV. of the ...

1733 - 112 pages
...unkind a refolution, Lord " Halifax briskly told him, that he had long with " indignation obferved, that while too many fools " and blockheads were maintained in their pride and " luxury, at the expence of the public, fuch men ať " were really an honour to their country, and to [14) P. 150, "...
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Memoirs of the Lives and Characters of the Illustrious Family of the Boyles ...

Eustace Budgell - 1737 - 292 pages
...of fo unkind a Refolution, Lord Halifax briskly told him That he had long with Indignation obferved that while too many Fools and Blockheads were maintained in their Pride and Luxury at the Expence of the Publick, fuch Men as were really an Honour to their Country and to the Age they lived...
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Anecdotes of Polite Literature ...

1764
...fo unkind a refolution, Lord Halifax brifcly told him, that he had long with indignation obferved, that while too many fools and blockheads were maintained in their pride and luxury, at the expcnceof the public, fuch men as were really an' honour to their country, and to the age they lived...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 88, Part 2; Volume 124

1818
...would not do'uc him to write upon the subject his Lordship bad mentioned. The Lord Treasurer entreated to know the reason of so unkind a resolution; Lord...that he had long, with indignation, observed that u-hile many Fools and Mlockheuds were maintained in thfir pride and luxury at the expencc df Ihepublick,...
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The Encyclopedia of Anecdotes: Illustrative of Character and Events from ...

George Ramsay - 1828 - 636 pages
...would not desire him to write upon the subject his Lordship had mentioned. The Lord Treasurer entreated to know the reason of so unkind a resolution : Lord...he had long, with indignation, observed, that while many fools and blockheads were maintained in their pride and luxury, at the expence of the public,...
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volume 37

1843
...that he would not desire him to write on the subject. An explanation being asked, he warmly added, that while too many fools and blockheads were maintained in their pride and luxury at the public expense, such men as were really an honour to their age and country, were shamefully suffered...
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The Metropolitan, Volume 37

1843
...that he would not desire him to write on the subject. An explanation being asked, he warmly added, that while too many fools and blockheads were maintained in their pride and luxury at the public expense, such men as were really an honour to their age and country, were shamefully suffered...
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The Life of Joseph Addison, Volume 1

Lucy Aikin - 1843 - 256 pages
...that he would not desire him to write on the subject. An explanation being asked, he warmly added, that while too many fools and blockheads were maintained in their pride and luxury at the public expense, such men as were really an honour to their age and country, were shamefully suffered...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Joseph Addison: Letters, continued. 2d ...

Joseph Addison - 1856
...know a gentleman who would celebrate the victory in a manner worthy of it: but I will not name him." The Lord Treasurer entreating to know the reason of...really .an honour to their country and to the age in which they lived were shamefully suffered to languish in obscurity. Godolphin calmly replied, that...
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