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" I believe never was any thing compassed so soon : and purely done by my personal credit with Mr Harley ; who is so excessively obliging, that I know not what to make of it, unless to show the rascals of the other party, that they used a man unworthily... "
The Monthly Magazine - Página 397
1813
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Journal to Stella, A.D. 1710-1713

Jonathan Swift - 1908 - 507 páginas
...time. Pray say nothing of the First-Fruits being granted, unless I give leave at the bottom of this. I believe never any thing was compassed so soon, and...that I know not what to make of it, unless to show the rascals of the other party that they used a man unworthily, who had deserved better. The memorial...
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Methodist Review, Volumen43

1861
...overruns with joy on account of the attention which he received. He says of the prime minister : " He is so excessively obliging that I know not what to make of it, unless to show the rascals of the other party that they used a man unworthily who had deserved better. He speaks all...
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The Great Historians

Kenneth Norman Bell - 1925 - 349 páginas
...England with a pardon 1723 and became the chief opponent of Walpole. he says, of the sort was ever compassed so soon ; " and purely done by my personal...that I know not what to make of it, unless to show the rascals of the other side that they used a man unworthily who deserved better." A passage on Nov....
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