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" I know my own innocence, and am conscious that no part of my country's misfortunes can be owing to me. "
Biographia Navalis: Or, Impartial Memoirs of the Lives and Characters of ... - Page 172
by John Charnock - 1796
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The Magazine of Magazines: Compiled from Original Pieces, with ..., Volume 13

1757
...and refentment of an injured ind deluded peopre from the proper objefls. My enemies tbemfelves rauft now think me innocent. Happy for me, at this my laft...country's misfortunes can be owing to me. I heartily wi(h the Ihedding my blood may contribute to the happinefs,and fervice -of my country ; but cannot...
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 26

English essays - 1757
...and rcfentment of an injured and deluded people from the proper objects. My enemies themfelves mull now think me innocent. Happy for me, at this my laft...country's misfortunes can be owing to me. I heartily wi(h the Oiedding my blood may contribute to the happinefs and ferviee of my country ; but cannot reiign...
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Continuation of the Complete history of England, Volume 1

Tobias George Smollett - Great Britain - 1760
...now perceive myfelf) a victim def2 lined tined to divert the indignation and refentment of An- I757; an injured and deluded people from the proper objects....fhedding my blood may contribute to the happinefs and Service of my country; but cannot refign my juft claim to a faithful difcharge of my duty according...
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The London Magazine, Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer, Volume 26

English essays - 1757
...the proper objefts. My enemies themfelves muft now think me innocent. Happy for me, at this my lart moment, that I know my own innocence, and am confcious...misfortunes can be owing to me. I heartily wifh the fliedding my blood may contribute to the happinefs and fervice of iny country ; but cannot rclign my...
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The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volume 5

Frederic Hervey - Great Britain - 1779
...f{ no part of my country's misfortunes can be owing * March the 141(1, 1757, VOL. V. E to it 1C " to me. I heartily wifh the fhedding my blood " may...to the happinefs and fervice of my " country; but I cannot refign my juft claim to a " faithful difcharge of my duty, according to the " beft of my judgment,...
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The History of England from the Revolution to the Death of George the Second ...

Tobias George Smollett - Great Britain - 1785
...prejudice againft me will be feen through. I fhall be confidered (as I now perceive myfelf) a vi&im deftined to divert the indignation and refentment...part of my country's misfortunes can be owing to me. J heartily wifh the fbedding my blood may contribute to the happinefs and fervice of my country, but...
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An History of England, in a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to His Son

Oliver Goldsmith - Great Britain - 1786
...the proper objefls. My enemies them/elves muji now think me innocent. Happy for me, at this my lajt moment, that I know my own innocence, and am confcious...country's misfortunes can be owing to me ! I heartily wijh the Jbedding my blood may contribute to the happinefs and fervice of my country ; but I cannot...
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An History of England: In a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to His Son ...

Oliver Goldsmith - Great Britain - 1788
...me mnocent. Happy for me , at this my lafl moment , that I know my own Innocence , and am confclous that no part of my country's misfortunes can be owing to me II hearuly wish the shedding my blood may contribute to the happlnefs and fervlce of my country ; but...
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Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain: From the Year 1727, to the ...

Robert Beatson - Great Britain - 1790
...muft now think me innocent. Happy for me, at this my " la ft moment, that I know my own innocence; and that " no part of my country's misfortunes can be owing to me. " I heartily wifh that the flicdding of my blood may contri" bute to t!ie Iiappincfs and fervire of my country ; but...
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The History of England: From the Revolution to the Death of George ..., Volume 6

Tobias George Smollett - 1793
...BOOK me innocent. Happy for me , at this my laft III. moment, that I know my own innocence, and 1717. am confcious that no part of my country's misfortunes can be owing to roe. I heartily wifh the deciding my blood may contribute to the happinefs and fervicc of my country,...
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