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" Refpected by Both. NO other Crime can be laid to his Charge, but that for which he now fuffers, which over-ballances all 'his Virtues. THE Malice of his Enemies infinuated, That he would change his Religion when he came into Foreign Countries, and be... "
The Life and Writings of Philip, Late Duke of Wharton: In Two Volumes - Página 59
por Philip Wharton Duke of Wharton - 1732 - 2 páginas
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The True Briton ...

Philip Wharton Duke of Wharton - 1723
...Piety towards his Children, and his Sincerity to his Friends, made him juftly Beloved and RefpeSed by Both. No other Crime can be laid to his Charge,...the Church of Rome : But he declared in his Defence be. fore fore the Houfe of Lords, with theftrongeft Affeverations, That he would dye at a Stake, rather...
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The Epistolary Correspondence, Visitation Charges, Speeches, and ...

Francis Atterbury - 1784
...towards his •' children, and his fmcerity to his friends, made him juflly •« beloved and refpecled by both. No other crime can be •* laid to his charge, but that for which he now fuffers, '• which overbalances all his virtues. The malice of hii " enemies infmuated, that he would change his religion...
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Memoirs and Correspondence of Francis Atterbury: D. D., Bishop of ..., Volumen1

Francis Atterbury - 1869
...i but that for which he now suffers, which overbalances tues. The malice of his enemies insinuated that he would change his religion when he came into...Church of Rome. But he declared in his defence, before the House of Lords, with the strongest asseverations, " that he would die at a stake rather than abandon...
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1730-1784

Charles Wells Moulton - 1910
...piety towards his children, and his sincerity to his friends, made him justly beloved and respected by both. No other crime can be laid to his charge but that for which he now suffers, which overbalances all his virtues. — WHARTON, DUKE OF? 1723, True Briton, No. vm. His temper...
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