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" When our gracious sovereign ascended the throne, we were a flourishing and a contented people. If the personal virtues of a king could have insured the happiness of his subjects, the scene could not have altered so entirely as it has done. The idea of... "
The Letters of Junius - Page 31
by Junius - 1791 - 403 pages
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The Political Register, and Impartial Review of New Books, Volume 4

1769
...virtues of a king could have iniured <f>e happinefs of his fubjeots, the fcene eouid not have altered fq entirely as it has done. The idea of uniting all parties, of trying all charañers, and-pf diftributing the offices of ftate by Dotation, was gracious and benevolent toan...
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The Letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - 1772
...contented people. If the perfonal virtues of a king could have infured the happinefs of his fubjects, the fcene could not have altered fo entirely as it...uniting all parties, of trying all characters, and distributing the offices of ftate by rotation, was gracious and benevolent to an extreme,, though it...
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The Letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1774
...contented people. If the perfonal virtues of a king could have infured the happinefs of his fubjefts, the fcene could not have altered fo entirely as it...done. The idea of uniting all parties, of trying all charafters, and diftributing the offices of Hate by rotation, was gracious and benevolent to an extreme,...
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The Letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1771 - 494 pages
...gracious Sovereign afcended the throne, we were a flourishing and contented people. If the peffonal virtues of a king could, have infured the happinefs...altered fo entirely as it has done. The idea of uniting a.11 parties, of trying all characters, and diltributing the offices of ftate by rotation, was gracious...
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Reflections on the State of Parties: On the National Debt, and the Necessity ...

Judah Champion - Great Britain - 1776 - 64 pages
...them from each other : He did this by the acknowledgment of • one of his moft rancorous libellers, "The idea of uniting all parties, of trying all characters,...rotation, was gracious and benevolent to an extreme, tho* it has not yet produced the many falutary effects, which was intended by it, To fay. .nothing...
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The letters of Junius

Junius (pseud.) - Great Britain - 1784
...contented people. If the perfonal virtues of a King could have infured the happinefs of his fubje£b, the fcene could not have altered fo entirely as it...and bene*volent to an extreme, though it has not yet pro*, duced the many falutary effects which were intended by it. To fay nothing of the wifdom of fuch...
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1796
...could have infuredthe happinefs of his fubjefts, the fcene could not have altered fo entirely as ithas done. The idea of uniting all parties, of trying all characters, and diftributing the offices of flate by rotation, was gracious and benevolent to an extreme, though it has not yet produced the many...
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Junius. Stat Nominis Umbra

Junius - Great Britain - 1797
...virtues of a king could have insured the happiness of his subjects, the scene could not have altered so entirely as it has done. The idea of uniting all parties, of trying all characters, and distributing the offices of state by rotation, was gracious and benevolent to an extreme, though it...
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The Letters of Junius: With Notes and Illustrations, Historical ..., Volume 1

Junius (pseud.) - Great Britain - 1804
...virtues of a King could have insured the happiness of his subjects, the scene could not have altered so entirely as it has done. The idea of uniting all parties, of trying all characters, and distributing the offices of state by rotation, was gracious and benevolent to an extreme, though it...
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The Letters of Junius: Stat Nominis Umbra, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1804 - 466 pages
...virtues of a King could have insured the happiness of his subjects, the scene could not have altered so entirely as it has done. The idea of uniting all parties, of trying all characters, The idea of uniting all parties, <X'c.] As a specimen of that profound artifice of invective, of which...
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