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An Historical Account of the Plantation in Ulster at the Commencement of the ... - Page 39
by George Hill - 1877 - 622 pages
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A Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts, on the Most ..., Volume 5

1750
...fet him off, for fuch as have fallen into my Hands, I never yet faw a Stile or Phrafe more feemingly religious, and fuller of the Straines of Devotion, and were they not fincere, I doubt much of his well Being, and I feare he was too well feene in the Aphorifmes, and Principles...
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Memoirs of Robert Carey, written by himself. And, Fragmenta regalia, by sir ...

Robert Carey (1st earl of Monmouth.), Robert Naunton (sir.) - 1808
...Lettice Knolles, widow of Walter Devereux, Earl of Essex, and was curTo take him in the observations of his letters and writings, (which should best set him off,) for such as fell into my hands, I never yet saw a style or phrase more seeming religious, and fuller of the streams...
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The Harleian Miscellany, Or A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and ..., Volume 5

1810
...concern. • Th« Duke of Somerset, t ul. Humours, t of which you hate an account hereafter i» tliif To take him in the observation of his letters and...phrase more seemingly, religious, and fuller of the strains of devotion ; and, were they not sincere, I doubt much of his well-being*, und, I. fear, he...
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The Harleian miscellany; or, A collection of ... pamphlets and tracts ... in ...

Harleian miscellany - 1810
...Duke of Somerset, t ul. Humours, t or which you have ш secouat hereafter ш this •mill pampblet. To take him in the observation of his letters and...phrase more seemingly religious, and fuller of the strains of devotion ; and, were they not sincere, I doubt much of his well-being*, and, I fear, he...
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The Harleian Miscellany: A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and ..., Volume 5

William Oldys, John Malham - 1810
...concern. ' The Duke of Somerset, t at. Humours, t Of which you have an account hereafter iu thi ; , To take him in the observation of his letters and writings, which should best set him oft', for such as have fallen into my hands, I never yet saw a stile or phrase more seemingly religious,...
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The Harleian Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and ...

William Oldys, John Malham - Great Britain - 1810
...into my hands, I never yet saw a stile or phrase more seemingly religious, and fuller of the strains of devotion ; and, were they not sincere, I doubt much of his well-being*, and, I fear, he was too well seen in the aphorisms, and principles of Nicholas the Florentine, and in the...
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The Court of Queen Elizabeth

Sir Robert Naunton - Great Britain - 1814 - 127 pages
...which I forbeare to presse, in regard he is long since dead, and others living whom it may concerne. To take him in the observation of his letters and...devotion, and were they not sincere, I doubt much of his well being, and I feare he was too well seene in the Aphorismes, and principles of Nicolas the Florentine,...
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Fragmenta regalia

Robert Naunton (sir.) - 1814
...which I forbeare to presse, in regard he is long since dead, and others living whom it may concerne. To take him in the observation of his letters and...devotion, and were they not sincere, I doubt much of his well being, and I feare he was too well seene in the Aphorismes, and principles of Nicolas the Florentine,...
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Fragmenta regalia

Robert Naunton (sir.) - 1814
...which I forbeare to presse, in regard he is long since dead, and others living whom it may concerne. To take him in the observation of his letters and...phrase more seemingly religious, and fuller of the »trainee of devotion, and were they not sincere, I doubt much of his well being, and I feare he was...
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A Book of English Prose: Character and Incident, 1387-1649

William Ernest Henley, Charles Whibley - English prose literature - 1894 - 395 pages
...into my hands, I never yet saw a style or phrase more seeming religious, and fuller of the streams of devotion ; and were they not sincere, I doubt much of his well-being ; and I may fear he was too well seen in the aphorisms and principles of Nicholas the Florentine, and in the...
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