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" ... skill and judgment he put in his answers. He advanced nothing unbecoming a good man ; and if his real sentiments agreed with his professions, he was so far from deserving to die, that his principles did not even give just ground for the slightest... "
The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History, and Politics - Page 256
1803
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The life of Poggio Bracciolini

William Shepherd - 1802
...he was afked whether he had " any remarks to make in his defence; it is incredible " with what fkill and judgment he put in his anfwers. " He advanced...man ; and if '.' his real fentiments agreed with his profefsions, he -was " fo far from, deferving to die, that his principles did not " even give juft...
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The Life of Poggio Bracciolini

William Shepherd - 1802 - 487 pages
...accufation were accor" dingly read from the defk. When, after they had been " proved by teftimony, he was afked whether he had " any remarks to make in his defence ; it is incredible " with what fkill and judgment he put in his anfwers. He " He advanced nothing unbecoming a good man ; and if...
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The Monthly Review

1803
...accusation were accordingly read from the desk. When, after they had been proved by testimony, he was asked whether he had any remarks to make in his defence ; it is incredible with what skill and judgment he put in his answers. He advanced nothing ' uobecounbecoming a good man ; and if...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of John Calvin: Compiled from the Narrative ...

John Mackenzie (of Huntingdon.) - 1809 - 396 pages
...accusation were accordingly read from the desk. When, after they had been proved by testimony, he was asked whether he had any remarks to make in his defence; it is incredible with what skill and judgment he put in his answers. He advanced nothing unbecoming a good man ; and if his real...
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The Imperial Magazine, Or, Compendium of Religious, Moral ..., Volume 3

1821
...accusation were accordingly read from the desk. When, after they had been proved by testimony, he was asked whether he had any remarks to make in his defence ; it is incredible with what skill and judgment he put in his answers. He advanced nothing unbecoming a good man ; and. if bis real...
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The Life of Poggio Bracciolini

William Shepherd - 1837 - 462 pages
...accor" dingly read from the desk. When, after they had been proved by testimony, he was asked whether he had any remarks to make in his defence, it is incredible " with what skill and judgment he put in his answers. He advanced nothing unbecoming a good man ; and if...
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