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" If her honour is invaded, the defence of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation, and by holding such conduct towards her as countenances... "
The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ... - Page 188
1814
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 75

English literature - 1813
...of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice ; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly, — or by secret insinuation, and by holding such conduct towards her як countenances) all the suspicions that malice can suggest. If these ought to be the ieelings of...
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"The Book!": Or, The Proceedings and Correspondence Upon the Subject of the ...

Queen Caroline (consort of George IV, King of Great Britain), Spencer Perceval - Scandals - 1813 - 381 pages
...of her reputation is no longer a matter -of choice ; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation,...sound a .judgment, and too nice a sense of honour, not to perceive, how much more justly they belong to the mother of your •daughter — the mother...
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Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of ..., Volume 41

Hunting - 1813
...of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice ; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation,...your Royal Highness has too sound a judgment, and too dice a sense of honour, not to perceive, how much more justly they belong to the Mother of your Daughter...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 23

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1813
...of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice ; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation,...she deserves no reproach, your Royal Highness has loo sound a judgment, and too nice a sense of honour, not to perceive, how much more justly they belong...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 23

Great Britain - 1813
...her reputation is no longer a 'matter of choice ; and it signifies not wlie ' ther rhe attack be made openly, manfully and directly — or by secret insinuation,...ought to be the feel-ings of every" woman in England who"ls couscious that she deserves no reproach, 'your Royal Highness has too sound a •judgment, and...
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The R--l Brood: Or, an Illustrious Hen and Her Pretty Chickens. A Poem

Peter Pindar - 1813 - 31 pages
...of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly, or by secret insinuation,...suspicions that malice can suggest. If these ought so be the- feel ings of every woman in England who it conscious that she deserves no reproach, your...
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"The Book!" Or, The Proceedings and Correspondence Upon the Subject of the ...

Spencer Perceval - 1813 - 132 pages
...of her reputation is DO longer a matter of choice; and it signifies not jprhetber the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation,...suspicions that malice can suggest. If these ought lo be the feelings of every woman in England who is conscious that she deserve« no reproach, your...
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly miscellany) [afterw ...

Benjamin Flower - 1813
...of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice ; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation,...countenances all the suspicions that malice can suggest. Jf these ought 10 be the feelings o( every woman in England who is conscious that she deserves no reproach,...
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'The Book!' or, The proceedings and correspondence upon the subject of the ...

Commissioners appointed to enquire into the conduct of Caroline, princess of Wales - 1813
...of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice; and it signifies not whether the attack be mada openly, manfully, and directly— or by secret insinuation, and by holding such conduct towavds her as countenances all th« suspicions that malice can suggest. If these ought to be ths feelings...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 55

History - 1814
...her reputation is uo longer a matter of choice ; and it signifies not >• nether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly or by secret insinuation,...suspicions that malice can suggest. If these ought to be i he feelings of every woman in England who is conscious that she deserves no reproach, your Royal...
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