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" I own I cannot repress my indignation at the audacious boldness of the calumny which would asperse one of the most exalted characters which any nation ever produced, and that in a country which owes its liberties and its greatness to the energy of his... "
Cambrian Quarterly Magazine and Celtic Repertory - Página 157
1830
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The Life of the Right Honourable John Philpot Curran, Late Master ..., Volumen1

William Henry Curran - 1819
...that the political philanthropist fondly anticipated. and that in a country which owes its liberty, and its greatness, to the energy of his exertions,...achievements. I remember that man the theme of universal panegyric—the wonder and the boast of Ireland, for his genius and his virtue. His name silenced the...
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Specimens of Irish Eloquence: Now First Arranged and Collected, with ...

Charles Phillips - 1819 - 435 páginas
...calumny, which would asperse one of most exalted characters which any nation ever produced, a"a that in a country which owes its liberties and its greatness...energy of his exertions, and in the very house which bis so often been the theatre of his glorious labours and sj>i< achievements. — I remember that man...
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Volumen23

1838
...ever produced, and that in a country which owes its liberty and its greatness to the energy of its exertions, and in the very house which has so often...that man the theme of universal panegyric — the boast and wonder of Ireland for his genius and virtue. His name silenced the sceptic on the reality...
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The Metropolitan, Volumen23

1838
...that in a country which owes its liberty and its greatness to the energy of its exertions, and h>the very house which has so often been the theatre of...that man the theme of universal panegyric — the boast and wonder of Ireland for his genins and virtue. His name silenced the sceptic on the reality...
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Curran and His Contemporaries

Charles Phillips - 1850 - 496 páginas
...calumny which would asperse one of the most exalted characters which any nation ever produced, and that in a country which owes its liberties and its greatness...wonder and the boast of Ireland for his genius and his virtue. His name silenced the sceptic upon the reality of genuine patriotism. To doubt the purity...
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Curran and His Contemporaries

Charles Phillips - 1850 - 496 páginas
...calumny which would asperse one of the most exalted characters which any nation ever produced, and that in a country which owes its liberties and its greatness...achievements. I remember that man the theme of universal panegyric—the wonder and the boast of Ireland for his genius and his virtue. His name silenced the...
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Curran and His Contemporaries

Charles Phillips - 1851 - 451 páginas
...calumny which would asperse one of the most exalted characters which any nation ever produced, and that in a country which owes its liberties and its greatness...and in the very house which has so often been the theater of his glorious labors and splendid achievements. I remember that man the theme of universal...
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Curran and His Contemporaries

Charles Phillips - 1851 - 451 páginas
...calumny which would asperse one of the most exalted characters which any nation ever produced, and that in a country which owes its liberties and its greatness...and in the very house which has so often been the theater of his glorious labors and splendid achievements. I remember that man the theme of universal...
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The Life of the Right Honorable John Philpot Curran: Late Master of the ...

William Henry Curran - 1855 - 535 páginas
...most exalted characters which any nation ever produced ; and that in a country which owes its liberty and its greatness to the energy of his exertions,...wonder and the boast of Ireland, for his genius and his virtue. His name silenced the sceptic, upon the reality of genuine patriotism. To doubt the purity...
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Curran and his contemporaries

Charles Phillips - 1857 - 595 páginas
...calumny which would asperse one of the most exalted characters which any nation ever produced, and that in a country which owes its liberties and its greatness to the energy of his exertions, r and in the very house which has so often been the theatre of his glorious labours and splendid achievements....
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