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" As to those clamours which have been raised without doors, and which are now so much insisted on, it is very well known by whom and by what methods they were raised, and it is no difficult matter to guess with what views ; but I am very far from taking... "
The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer - Página 562
1733
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The historical register,: containing an impartial relation of all ..., Volumen18

1733 - 43 páginas
...whom and by what Methods they were raifed, and it is no difficult Matter to guefs with • hat Views 5 but I am very far from taking them to be the Senfe...of the Nation, or believing that the Sentiments of thf Generality of the People were thereby eipreffed. The mofl Part of the People concerned in thofe...
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The History and Proceedings of the House of Commons from the Restoration to ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1742
...Man can well be. ' As to thofe Clamours which have been raifed without Doors, and which are now fo much infilled on, it is very well known by whom and...Clamours did not fpeak their own Sentiments, they were play'd by others like fo many Puppets ; it was not the Puppets that fpoke, it was thofe behind the...
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The Eloquence of the British Senate: Being a Selection of the Best ..., Volumen1

William Hazlitt - 1810
...is no difficult matter to guess with what views ; but I am very far from taking them to be the sense of the nation, or believing that the sentiments of the generality of the people were thereby expressed. The most part of the people concerned in those clamours did not speak theirown sentiments....
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The Eloquence of the British Senate: Being a Selection of the Best ..., Volumen1

William Hazlitt - 1810
...very well known by whom and by what methods they were raised, and it is no difficult matter to guess with what views ; but I am very far from taking them to be the s?i se of the nation, or believing that the sentiments of >he generality of the people were thereby...
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Elegant extracts: a copious selection of passages from the most eminent ...

Elegant extracts - 1812
...very well known by whom and by what methods they were raised, and it is no difficult matter to guess with what views; but I am very far from taking them to be the sense of the nation, or believing that the sentiments of the generality of the people were thereby...
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Volumen6

1867
...very well known by whom and by what methods they were raised, and it is no difficult matter to guess with what views ; but I am very far from taking them to be the sense of the nation, or believing that the sentiments of the majority of the people were thereby expressed....
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The cornhill magazine

smith elder - 1867
...by what VOL. xv.— NO. 90. 84. " methods they were raised, and it is no difficult matter to guess with what " views ; but I am very far from taking them to be the sense of the nation, ' ' or believing thnt the sentiments of the majority of the people were there...
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The Cornhill Magazine

George Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray - 1867
...known by whom and by what " mctLods they were raised, and it is no difficult matter to gnees'with »ij" views ; but I am very far from taking them to be the sense of the DSL, .. " or believing that the sentiments of the majority of the people wert UL: " expressed....
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The Excise Crisis: Society and Politics in the Age of Walpole

Paul Langford - 1975 - 187 páginas
...very well known by whom and by what methods they were raised, and it is no difficult matter to guess with what views; but I am very far from taking them to be the sense of the nation, or believing that the sentiments of the generality of the people were thereby...
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Historical Register

C. H. Green - 1733
...welt •known by whom and by what Methods they •were raifed, and it is no difficult Matter to gucfs with -what Views ; but I am very far from taking them...be the Senfe of the Nation, or believing that the Senti• men ts of the Generality of the People were thereby eaprefled. The uaoft Part of the People...
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