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" He had lost the confidence of the country for ever, and, by consequence, he must abandon all hopes of ever again returning to that situation. This was a severe lesson, but it was as salutary as it was severe ; it would prove to all who might succeed... "
A Circumstantial Report of the Evidence and Proceedings Upon the Charges ... - Page 695
by Gwyllym Lloyd Wardle - 1809 - 700 pages
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly miscellany) [afterw ...

Benjamin Flower - 1809
...confidence ol the country for ever, and by consequence be must abandon all hope; of ever again icturning to that situation. This was a severe lesson, but it...Sovereign, however beloved or confided in, to protect his roost favoured servant from the just consequences of. the mal-administration of his public duty. His...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 15

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1809
...hopes of ever again " returning to that situation. This was a "Were lesson, but it was as salutaty as it " was severe ; it would prove to all who " may...confided " in, to protect his most favoured servant " ftora the just consequences of the mal" administration of his public duty. The " noble lord then...
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Cobbett's Parliamentary Debates, During the ... Session of the ..., Volume 13

Great Britain - 1812
...liad lost the confidence of the country for ever, and by consequence he must abandon all hopes of ever again returning to that situation. This was a severe...salutary as it was severe ; it would prove to all who might succeed that royal Duke, that it was not within the power of any sovereign, however beloved,...
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Memoir of John Charles, Viscount Althorp, Third Earl Spencer

Sir Denis Le Marchant (Bart.) - 1876 - 594 pages
...lost the confidence of the country for ever, and, by consequence, he must abandon all hepes of ever again returning to that situation. This was a severe...salutary, as it was severe ; it would prove to all who might succeed that Royal Duke, that it was not within the power of any sovereign, however beloved or...
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Lord Althorp

Ernest Myers - Great Britain - 1890 - 240 pages
...lost the confidence of the country for ever, and, by consequence, he must abandon all hopes of ever again returning to that situation. This was a severe...salutary as it was severe ; it would prove to all who might succeed that Royal Duke, that it was not within the power of any sovereign, however beloved or...
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Lord Althorp

Ernest Myers - Great Britain - 1890 - 240 pages
...lost the confidence of the country for ever, and, by consequence, he must abandon all hopes of ever again returning to that situation. This was a severe...salutary as it was severe ; it would prove to all who might succeed that Royal Duke, that it was not within the power of any sovereign, however beloved or...
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