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" Honourable to himself was his unsuspecting confidence, but fatal must we admit it to have been, when we look to the abuse committed upon it ; but where was the guilt of this indiscretion ? He did admit this noble lord to pass his threshold as his guest.... "
Memoirs of the Legal, Literary, and Political Life of the Late the Right ... - Page 123
by William O'Regan - 1817 - 315 pages
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 3

Nathaniel Chapman - 1807
...with any colouring or display of fiction or of fancy. — Honourable to himself was his unsuspected confidence, but fatal must we admit it to have been,...lord builds on this indiscretion is — " Thou fool ! thou hast confidence in my honour — and that was a guilty indiscretion — thou simpleton, thou...
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 3

Nathaniel Chapman - 1807
...with any colouring or display of fiction or of fancy. — Honourable to himself was his unsuspected confidence, but fatal must we admit it to have been,...lord builds on this indiscretion is — " Thou fool ! thou hast confidence in my honour — and that was a guilty indiscretion — thou simpleton, thou...
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The British Cicero: Or, A Selection of the Most Admired Speeches ..., Volume 3

1808
...coldness of detail, and not with any coloring or display of fiction or fancy. Honorable to herself was his unsuspecting confidence, but fatal must we...noble lord builds on this indiscretion is, "thou fool, thou hast confidence in my honor ! and that was 9 guilty indiscretion—thou simpleton, thou thoughtest...
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Speeches of John Philpot Curran, Esq: With a Brief Sketch of the ..., Volume 2

John Philpot Curran - 1811
...affecting case, and to lay them item by item before you, with the coldness of detail, and not with the colouring or display of fiction or of fancy. Honourable...noble lord builds on this indiscretion is, " thou fool — thou hadst confidence in my honour, and that was a guilty indiscretion — thou simpleton — thou...
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Speeches of John Philpot Curran, Esq: With a Brief Sketch of the ..., Volume 2

John Philpot Curran - 1811
...affecting Case, and to lay them item by item before you, with the coldness of detail, and not with the colouring or display of fiction or of fancy. Honourable...as his guest. Now the charge which this noble lord bunds on this indiscretion is, " thou fool—thou hadst confidence in my honour, and that was a guilty...
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Memoirs of the legal, literary, and political life of ... John Philpot Curran

William O'Regan - 1817 - 315 pages
...ought not to inflame it, if such a charge be false. Where is the single fact in this case on xvhich the remotest suspicion of connivance can be hung?...lord builds on this indiscretion is, — ' Thou fool, thou hast confidence in my honour, and that was a guilty indiscretion; thou simpleton, thou thoughtest...
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Recollections of Curran and Some of His Contemporaries

Charles Phillips - 1818 - 340 pages
...does, I think, call for some discussion — for, I trust, you see that I affect not any address to your passions, by which you may be led away from the subject....Lord builds on this indiscretion is — " Thou fool, thoii hadst confidence in my honour, and that was a guilty indiscretion. Thou simpleton, thou thoughtest...
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Specimens of Irish Eloquence: Now First Arranged and Collected, with ...

Charles Phillips - 1819 - 435 pages
...does, I think, call for some discussion — for I trust you see that I affect not any address to your passions, by which you may be led away from the subject...lord builds on this indiscretion is — "thou fool — thou hadst confidence in my honour — and that was a guilty indiscretion — thou simpleton, thou...
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Recollections of Curran, and Some of His Contemporaries

Charles Phillips - 1822 - 403 pages
...that I affect not any address to your passions, by which you may be led away from the subject.—I presume merely to separate the parts of this affecting...noble Lord builds on this indiscretion is—" Thou fool—thou hadst confidence in my honour—and that was a guilty indiscretion— thou simpleton, thou...
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Irish Eloquence: The Speeches of the Celebrated Irish Orators: Phillips ...

1834 - 548 pages
...does, I think, call for some discussion — for I trust you see that I affect not any address to your passions, by which you may be led away from the subject...noble lord builds on this indiscretion is — " thou foot— thou hadst confidence in my honour — and that was a guilty indiscretion. — Thou simpleton,...
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