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" I have seen the most wanton insults practised upon men of all ranks and conditions. I have seen the most grievous oppressions exercised, in consequence of a presumption that the person who was the unfortunate object of such oppression was in hostility... "
The Senator; or, Clarendon's parliamentary chronicle - Página 142
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History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons

Great Britain. Parliament - 1798
...I have feen the moft grievous oppreflion exercifed, in confequence of a prcfumption that the pcrfon who was the unfortunate object of fuch oppreffion,...in a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the City of London. Who ftates thefe things, my Lords, ftiould, I know, be prepared...
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The Literary journal, Volume 3

1804
...of a presumption that the person who was the unfortunate object of such oppression was in hostility to the government; and yet that has been done in "a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the city of London. Who states these things, my lords, should, I know, be prepared with...
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An Historical Review of the State of Ireland from the Invasion of that ...

Francis Plowden - 1806
...presumption, that the person who was the unfortunate object of " such oppression, was in hostility to the government ; and yet " that has been done in...a part of the country as quiet and as free " from disturbance as the city of London. Who states these " things, my lords, should, I know, be prepared...
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Memoirs of William Sampson: Including Particulars of His Adventures in ...

William Sampson - 1807 - 448 páginas
...unfortunate object of such oppression, was in hostility to the government ; and yet that has been^lone in a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the city of London. Who states these things, my lords, should, I know, be prepared with...
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Memoirs of William Sampson: Including Particulars of His Adventures in ...

William Sampson - 1817 - 432 páginas
...a presumption, that the person who was the unfortunate object of such oppression, was in hostility to the government; and yet that has been done in a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the city of London. Who states these things, my lords, should, I know, be prepared with...
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Sequel to Personal Narrative of the "Irish Rebellion" of 1798

Charles Hamilton Teeling - 1832 - 326 páginas
...a presumption, that the person who was the unfortunate object of such oppression, was in hostility to the government ; and yet that has been done in a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the City of London. He who states these things should be prepared with proofs. I am...
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The United Irishmen, Their Lives and Times, Volume 1

Richard Robert Madden - 1842
...consequence of a presumption, that the person who was the unfortunate object of such oppression, was hostile to the government: and yet that has been done in a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the city of London. Who states these things, my lords, should, 1 know, be prepared with...
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History of the Irish Rebellion of 1798

Philip Harwood - 1844 - 248 páginas
...of a presumption that the person who was the unfortunate object of such oppression was in hostility to the government; and yet that has been done in a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the city of London. Who states these things should, I know, be prepared u-ith proofe....
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History of the Irish Rebellion of 1798

Philip Harwood - 1844 - 248 páginas
...of a presumption that the person who was the unfortunate object of such oppression was in hostility to the government; and yet that has been done in a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the city of London. Who states these things should, I know, be prepared with proofi....
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History of the Irish Rebellion of 1798

Philip Harwood - 1848 - 247 páginas
...of a presumption that the person who was the unfortunate object of such oppression was in hostility to the government ; and yet that has been done in a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the city of London. Who states these things should, I know, be prepared with proofs....
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