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" It is impossible to express the confusion, even those who call themselves our friends create. Even those from whom we might expect redress oppress us with new calamities. From your justice, therefore, it is that we hope relief; to you even children and... "
The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select - Page 30
by Reuben Percy - 1820
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 74

1812
...your justice, therefore, it is that we hope relief; to you even children and women may complain, whose humanity stoops to the meanest petition, and whose...repressing the greatest injustice. " I am, Sire," &c. (GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE.) A short Account of the celebrated . föcrilla, Culonel Don Francis ...
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A Connected Series of Notes on the Chief Revolutions of the Principal States ...

Charles Butler - 1807 - 296 pages
...justice, therefore, it " is that we expect relief. To you even " women and children may complain, whose " humanity stoops to the meanest petition, " and whose...is capable of repressing " the greatest injustice/' VII. 3. The second event during this period was the war, occasioned by the extinction of the House...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Universal Register, Volume 2

...therefore, it is that we hope redress ; to you even children and women may complain ; whose humanity stoop* to the meanest petition, and whose power is capable...repressing the greatest injustice. " I am, Sire, &c." This letter having been handed about the higher circles in Germany, foiiad its way to England, where...
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Clavis Calendaria: Or, A Compendious Analysis of the Calendar ..., Volume 1

John Brady - 1815 - 406 pages
...justice, therefore, it is that we hope for relief: to you, even children and women may complain, whose humanity stoops to the' meanest petition, and whose...repressing the greatest injustice. I am, Sire, &c." (19TH MAY,) Who was descended from a noble family in Wessex, was born AD 924, being the year before...
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Clavis calendaria; or, A compendious analysis of the calendar, Volume 1

John Brady - 1815
...justice, therefore, it is that we hope for relief: to you, even children and women 382 may complain, whose humanity stoops to the meanest petition, and whose...repressing the greatest injustice. I am, Sire, &c." (10TH MAY,) Who was descended from a.noble family in WesseX, was born AD 924, being the year before...
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A Solemn Review of the Custom of War: Showing that War is the Effect of ...

Noah Worcester - 1816 - 32 pages
...justice, therefore, it is that we hope for relief; to you even children and women may complain, whose humanity stoops to the meanest petition, and whose...capable of repressing the greatest injustice. I am, fee." [Memoirs of the late Princess Charlotte, by Thomas Green.] DISGRACEFUL OCCURRENCES. UNDER this...
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Memoirs of Her Late Royal Highness Charlotte-Augusta of Wales, and of Saxe ...

Thomas Green - 1818 - 576 pages
...justice, therefore, it is that we hope for relief; to you even children and women may complain, vrhose humanity stoops to the meanest petition, and whose...capable of repressing the greatest injustice. " I am, Sir, &c." POETICAL EFFUSIONS. MONOLOGUE ON THE DEATH OF 1IEK ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS CHARLOTTL....
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Memoir of Her Majesty Sophia Charlotte, of Mecklenburg Strelitz, Queen of ...

William Marshall Craig - 1818 - 568 pages
...Sire, it is therefore that we hope for relief; to you " even women and children may complain, whose humanity " stoops to the meanest petition, and whose...is capable " of repressing the greatest injustice. " lam, " Sire," &c. (i) Inquiries were ordered to be made respecting the character of one who could...
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La Belle Assemblée, Volume 18

1818
...justice, therefore, it is, that we hope relief ; to yon, even children and women may complain, whose humanity stoops to the meanest petition, and whose...is capable of repressing the greatest injustice. 1 am, Sire, Sec." This appeal, which soon found its way to every court in Europe, created a great sensation...
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The Analectic Magazine...: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography ..., Volume 13

1819
...justice, therefore, it is, that we hope relief; to you, even children and women may complain, whose humanity stoops to the meanest petition, and whose...repressing the greatest injustice. I am, sire, &c.' This appeal, which soon found its way to every court in Europe, created a great sensation at the time....
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