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" ... evidence, the diforder of his imagination. To prevent, therefore, ill-intentioned perfons from giving him any trouble, or from making ufe of his name or orders to difturb the public tranquillity, we gave him a guard, and placed about his perfon two... "
The Annual Necrology, for 1797-8;: Including, Also, Various Articles of ... - Page 293
1800 - 653 pages
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The British Magazine, Or, Monthly Repository for Gentlemen & Ladies

English literature
...discovered, with fufficient cvi: dence, the diforder of his imagination. To prevent therefore ill intentioned perfons from giving him any trouble, or from making ufe of his name ororders to diliurb ihe public tranquillity, we gr.ve him< a guard, and placed about his psifun two...
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The British Magazine and Review: Or, Universaal Miscellany of Arts ..., Volume 3

1783
...and difguft: on th« contrary, he fought after pleafure in objecb that difcovered, with fufficient evidence, the diforder of his imagination. ' To prevent,...therefore, ill-intentioned perfons from giving him anytrouble, or from making ufe of his name or orders to difturb the public tranquillity, we gave him...
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The British Magazine and Review, Or, Universal Miscellany, Volume 1

Great Britain - 1783
...and difguft: on the;contrary, he fought after pleafure in object;, that difcovered, with fufficient evidence, the diforder of his imagination. ' To prevent, therefore, ill-intentioned perfons from giving .¿¡.m any trouble, or from making ufe of hi. name or orders to difturb the public tranquillity, we...
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 33

English essays - 1764
...fuificient evidence, the diforder of his imagination.. To prevent therefore ill-intentioned perfotis from giving him any trouble, or from making ufe of his name or orders to difturb the public tranquility, we gave him a guard, and placed about his perfon two officers of the garrifon, in whofe...
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The Life of Catharine II, Empress of Russia: An Enlarged ..., Volume 1

Jean-Henri Castéra, William Tooke - Russia - 1798
...contrary, he fought after pleafurc in objects that difcoveredi with fufficicnt evidence, the difordcr of his imagination. To prevent, therefore, ill-intentioned...whofe fidelity and integrity we could confide. Thefe officers were captain Vkffieff and lieutenant Tfchekin, who, by their long military fcrvices, which...
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The Life of Catharine II, Empress of Russia ...

Jean-Henri Castéra, William Tooke - History - 1800 - 528 pages
...and difgufl : pn the contrary, he fought after pleafure in objects that difcovered, with fufEcient evidence, the diforder of his imagination. To prevent,...whofe fidelity and integrity we could confide. Thefe officers were captain Vlaffief and lieutenant Tfchekin, who, by their long military fervices, which...
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Annual Register, Volume 7

History - 1802
...fuftident evidence, the dilorder of his imagination. To prevent, therefore, ill-intentioned perlons from giving him any trouble, or from making ufe of...in whofe fidelity and integrity we could confide. Theie officers were captain Vvlaffeiff and lieutenant Tfchekin, who, by their long military fervices,...
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St. Petersburg and Moscow: A Visit to the Court of the Czar, Volume 1

Richard Southwell Bourke Earl of Mayo - Russia - 1846
...ill-intentioned persons from giving him any trouble, or from making use of his name or orders to disturb the public tranquillity, we gave him a guard, and placed about his person two officers of the garrison, in whose fidelity and integrity we could confide. These officers...
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Memoirs of the Court and Reign of Catharine the Second, Empress of Russia ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - 1855 - 322 pages
...ill-intentioned persons from giving" him any trouble, or from making use of his name or orders to disturb the public tranquillity, we gave him a guard, and placed about his person two officers of the garrison, in whose fidelity and integrity we could confide. These officers...
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The Secret Dispatch; Or, The Adventures of Captain Balgonie

James Grant - 1869 - 250 pages
...therefore, ill-intentioned persons from giving him any trouble, or from making use of his name to disturb the public tranquillity, we gave him a guard, and placed about his person two officers, in whose fidelity and integrity we could confide. These were Captain Vlasfief...
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