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" During your absence from administration, it is well known that not one of the ministers has either adhered to you with firmness, or supported, with any degree of steadiness, those principles on which you engaged in the King's service. "
Junius. "A Letter to an Honourable Brigadier General, Commander in Chief of ... - Page 100
by Junius - 1841 - 110 pages
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Correspondence of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, Volume 3

William Pitt (Earl of Chatham), William Stanhope Taylor, John Henry Pringle - 1839 - 546 pages
...short one not unworthy your attention. I have an opportunity of knowing something, and you may depend on my veracity. ' During your absence from administration,...in the King's service. From being . their Idol at h'rst, their veneration for you has gradually diminished, until at last they have absolutely set you...
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Junius and His Works: Compared with the Character and Writings of Philip ...

William Cramp - 1850 - 206 pages
...short one not unworthy your attention. I have an opportunity of knowing something, and you may depend on my veracity. During your absence from administration,...absolutely set you at defiance. The Chancellor, on whom you have particular reasons to rely, has played a sort of fast and loose game, and spoken of your lordship...
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Junius and his works, compared with the character and writings of P.D ...

William Cramp (author of The philosophy of language.) - 1850 - 126 pages
...short one not unworthy your attention. I have an opportunity of knowing something, and you may depend on my veracity. During your absence from administration,...absolutely set you at defiance. The Chancellor, on whom you have particular reasons to rely, has played a sort of fast and loose game, and spoken of your lordship...
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The Grenville Papers: Being the Correspondence of Richard ..., Volume 4

Earl Richard Grenville-Temple Temple - 1853 - 656 pages
...which Junius formed his communication to Lord Chatham, is embodied in the following sentence: — " During your absence from Administration, it is well...at last, they have absolutely set you at defiance." trace it, general. Lord Shelburne's ill-humour might be supposed to be personal ; but I know no particular...
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Junius: Including Letters by the Same Writer Under Other ..., Volume 2

Junius - 1865 - 488 pages
...short one not unworthy your attention. I have an opportunity of knowing something, and you may depend on my veracity. " During your absence from administration,...Chancellor, on whom you had particular reasons to relv, has played a sort of fast and loose game, and spoken of your Lordship with submission or indifference,...
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The Wickedest Age: The Life and Times of George III.

Alan Lloyd - 1971 - 394 pages
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The Wickedest Age: The Life and Times of George III.

Alan Lloyd - 1971 - 394 pages
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - 1978 - 684 pages
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Junius and Philip Francis

David McCracken - 1979 - 166 pages
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Prose Studies, Volume 9

1986 - 412 pages
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