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" ... like fate. He performed a treason or a court-bow, he told a falsehood as black as Styx, as easily as he paid a compliment or spoke about the weather. He took a mistress, and left her; he betrayed his benefactor, and supported him, or would have murdered... "
The New Monthly Magazine - Page 488
1852
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The Irish quarterly review, Volume 2

1852
...mistress, and left her ; he betrayed his benefactor, and supported him. or would have murdered him, with the same calmness always, and having no more...ClothO) when she weaves the thread, or Lachesis when she cats it. In the hour of battle, I have heard the Prince of Savoy's omt*rs say, the Prince became possessed...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, Volume 96

1852
...or would have murdered him, with the same calmness always, and having no more remorse than Clothn, when she weaves the thread, or Lachesis, when she cuts it. In the hour of battle I have heard the f'rince of Savoy's officers say, the prince became possessed with a sort of warlike fury ; his eyes...
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The history of Henry Esmond, esq., written by himself. (By W.M. Thackeray).

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1852
...Eugenius and Marlborough. 157 remorfe than Clotho, when me weaves the thread, or Lachefis, when me cuts it. In the hour of battle I have heard the Prince of Savoy's officers fay, the Prince became poflefled with a fort of warlike fury ; his eyes lighted up ; he rumed hither...
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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion, Volume 42

1853
...told a falsehood as black as Styx, as easily as he paid a compliment or spoke about the weather. . . In the hour of battle I have heard the Prince of Savoy's...prince became possessed with a sort of warlike fury : bis eyes lighted up; he rushed hither and thither, raging ; lie shrieked curses and encouragement,...
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The Dublin university magazine

University magazine - 1853
...always ; and having no more remorse than CI1 tho, when she weaves thy thread, or Lachcsis, when she cuta it. In the hour of battle, I have heard the Prince...officers say, the prince became possessed with a sort of w«rlikefury— hiseyes lightid up, he rushed hither and thither, raging, he shrieked curses and encouragement,...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 41

1853
...remorse than Cbtho, when she weaves the thread, or Lachcsis, when she cuts it. In the hour of battle, 1 have heard the Prince of Savoy's officers say, the...prince became possessed with a sort of warlike fury — Insères lighted up, he rushed hilhcr. and thither, raging, heahrieked curseAnd encouragement,...
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The Dublin University Magazine, Volume 41

1853
...mistress, and left her ; lie betrayed bis benefactor, and supported him, or would have murdered him always ; and having no more remorse than Clotho, when she weaves the thread, or Lachcsis, when she cuts it. In the hour of battle, Ihave heard the Prince of Savoy's officeresay, the...
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The Christian Remembrancer, Volume 31

Christianity - 1856
...a mistress and left her; he betrayed his benefactor and supported him, or would have murdered him, with the same calmness always and having no more remorse...possessed with a sort of warlike fury; his eyes .lighted np; he rushed hither and thither, raging; he shrieked curses and encouragement, yelling and harking...
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The history of Henry Esmond, esq., written by himself. (By W.M. Thackeray).

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1858 - 349 pages
...mistress, and left her ; he betrayed his benefactor, and supported him, or would have murdered him, with the .same calmness always, and having no more...rushed hither and thither, raging ; he shrieked curses ;md encouragement, yelling and harking his bloody war-dogs on, and himself always at the first of the...
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The History of Henry Esmond, Esq: A Colonel in the Service of Her Majesty ...

William Makepeace Thackeray - Great Britain - 1858 - 464 pages
...benefactor, and supported him, or would have murdered him, with the name calmness always, and hying no more remorse than Clotho when she weaves the thread, or Lachesis when she cuts it. In the kour of battle I have heard the Prince of Savoy's officers say, th« Prince became possessed with a...
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