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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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The History of Ireland: From the Treaty of Limerick to the Present ..., Volume 1

1869 - 640 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, my lords, should, I know, be prepared with...
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The History of Ireland,: From the Treaty of Limerick to the ..., Volume 1

1869
...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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The history of Ireland: from the treaty of Limerick to the present time ...

1869
...was the unfortunate object of such oppression was in hostility to the Government ; and yet that bas 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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THE LAND-WAR IN IRELAND

James Godkin - 1870
...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. He who states these things should be prepared with proofs. I am...
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Political Essays

Charles Bradlaugh - 1887
...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." His lordship then observed that, " from education and early habits,...
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The Impeachment of the House of Brunswick

Charles Bradlaugh - 1891 - 144 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." His lordship then observed that, " from education and early habits,...
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The Nineteenth Century, Volume 43

1898
...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. In former times, it had been the custom for Englishmen to hold the...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 73

1898
...witness of tortures and brutalities exceeding the worst stories of the Spanish Inquisition, and that " in a part of the country as quiet and as free from disturbance as the city of London." Plowden estimates at 7000 the number of men, women, and children...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 43

1898
...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. In former times, it had been the custom for Englishmen to hold the...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 43

1898
...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. In former tunes, it had been the custom for Englishmen to hold the...
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