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The New Oxford Guide: Or, Companion Through the University: Exhibiting Every ... - Page 110
by Gentleman of Oxford - 1778 - 156 pages
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Peerage of England. ...

Arthur Collins - 1812
...Field : Who by Wisdom, Justice, Candour and Address, Reconciled various, and even opposite Interests ; Acquired an Influence, which no Rank, no Authority can give, Nor any Force but That of superior Virtue, Became the fixed important Center, Which united in one common Cause The principal...
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Collins's Peerage of England; Genealogical, Biographical, and ..., Volume 1

Arthur Collins - 1812
...Field ; Who by Wisdom, Justice, Candour and Address, Reconciled various, and even opposite Interests ; Acquired an Influence, which no Rank, no Authority can give , Nor any Force but That of superior Virtue. Became the fixed important Center, Which united in one common Cause The principal...
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations ..., Volume 12, Issue 2

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley - 1813
...• Who, by Wisdom, Justice, Candour, and Addreu, Keconcil'd various, mid even opposite I nterut»; Acquired an Influence Which no Rank, no Authority can give. Nor any Force, but that of superior Virtue ; Became the fixed important Centre, Which united, in one commun Caute, The principal...
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The Beauties of England and Wales: Or, Delineations ..., Volume 17, Part 2

John Britton - 1813
...Wh« Who, by Wisdom, Justice, Candour, and Address, Reconcil'd various, and even opposite Interests ; Acquired an Influence Which no Rank, no Authority can give. Nor any Force, but that of superinr Virtue ; Became the fixed important Centre, Which united, in one common Canse, The principal...
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The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations ..., Volume 12, Issue 2

John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley - 1813
...Candoot, and Addrcu, Keconcil'd various! nnd even opposite Imrre?u , Acquired an Influence » \Vhich no Rank, no Authority can give, Nor any Force, but that of superior Virtue j Became the fiied important Centre, Which united, in one common Cause, The principal...
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A New Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University ...

1814 - 162 pages
...Field; Who by Wisdom, Justice, Candour, and Address, Reconciled various, and even opposite, Interests; Acquired an Influence Which no Rank, no Authority can give, Nor any force, but that of superior Virtue: Became the fixed important Centre, Which united in one common Cause The principal...
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Walks in Oxford. 2 vols. [in 1].

W M. Wade - 1817
...Candour, and Address, Reconciled rarious, and even opposite Interests ; Acquired an Influence Whicli no Rank, no Authority can give, Nor any Force, but that of superior Virtue ; Became the fixed important Centre, Which united, in. one common Cause, The principal...
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Walks in Oxford;: Comprising an Original, Historical, and ..., Part 1

W. M. Wade - 1818 - 388 pages
...; Who, by Wisdom, Justice, Candour, and Address, Reconciled various, and even opposite Interests ; Acquired an Influence Which no Rank, no Authority can give, Nor any Force, but that of superior Virtue; Became the fixed important Centre, Which united, in one common Cause, The principal...
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The Court Magazine and Belle Assemblée, Volume 2

1833
...; who, by wisdom, justice, candour, and address, reconciled various, and even opposite interests ; acquired an influence which no rank, no authority, can give, nor any force, but that of superior virtue; became the fixed important centre which united in one common cause the principal states...
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Letters of Mrs. Adams: The Wife of John Adams

Abigail Adams - 1840 - 447 pages
...field. Who, by wisdom, justice, candor, and address, Reconciled various, and even opposite interests ; Acquired an influence Which no rank, no authority can give, Nor any force but that of superior virtue ; Became the fixed, important centre Which united in one common cause The principal...
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