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" Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from his place, exclaimed, " Come, come, sir, I will put an end to your prating." For a few seconds, apparently in the most violent agitation, he paced forward and backward, and then, stamping on the floor, added... "
Historical Readings for the Use of Teachers' Reading Circles - 253. oldal
szerző: Henry Elliot Shepherd - 1893 - 424 oldal
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 53. kötet

1831
...fondly cherished, and whom, by their unprecedented bounty, they had made what he wag. At these words Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from his place,...entered, followed by more than twenty musketeers. " This," cried Sir Henry Vane, " is not honest. It is against morality and common honesty." — " Sir...

A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans, 11. kötet

John Lingard - 1829
...fondly cherished, and whom by their unprecedented bounty they had made what he was. At these words Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from his place,..." them in." Instantly the door opened, and colonel Worseley entered, followed by more than twenty musketeers. " This," cried sir Henry Vane, " is not...

Life of Oliver Cromwell, 2. kötet

Michael Russell - 1829
...to the elevation on which he now stood. At these words Cromwell put on his hat, and stepping forward from his place, exclaimed, " Come, come, sir, I will...end to your prating." For a few seconds, apparently agitated by the most violent passions, he paced up and down the hall ; and' then stamping on the floor,...

Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications, 47-48. kötet

Constable and co, ltd - 1829
...stood. At these words Cromwell put on his hat* and stepping forward from his place, exclaimed, " Gome, come, sir, I will put an end to your prating." For a few seconds, apparently agitated by the most violent passions, he paced up and down the hall ; and then stamping on the floor,...

A history of England: from the first invasion by the Romans, 11-12. kötet

John Lingard - 1830
...cherished, and whom by their unprecedented bounty they had made what he was. At these words Cromwell pu£ on his hat, and, springing from his place, exclaimed,...bring them in." Instantly the door opened, and colonel Worseley entered, followed by more than twenty musketeers. " This," cried sir Henry Vane, " is not...

A History of England, from the First Invasion by the Romans, 11-12. kötet

John Lingard - 1830
...fondly cherished, and whom by their unprecedented bounty they had made what he was. At these words Cromwell put on his hat, and, springing from his place,...violent agitation, he paced forward and backward, and'then stamping on the floor, added, " you are no parliament. I say, you are no parliament ; bring...

Memorials of the Stuart Dynasty: Including the Constitutional and ...

Robert Vaughan - 1831
...and forwards, deeply agitated ; he then stamped on the floor, and, glancing around him, exclaimed, " You are no parliament ! I say you are no parliament ! Bring them in ; bring them in ! " The door immediately opened, and a colonel, with more than twenty soldiers, descended to the floor...

Memorials of the Stuart Dynasty: Including the Constitutional and ...

Robert Vaughan - 1831
...this, darted from his place Hepxi*u i • • rf "•* memto the centre of the house, exclaiming, " Come, *«•. come, sir, I will put an end to your prating!" For a few moments he paced backwards and forwards, deeply agitated ; he then stamped on the floor, and, glancing...

Memorials of the Stuart Dynasty: Including the Constitutional and ...

Robert Vaughan - 1831
...hearing this, darted from his place H« e xpe i. to the centre of the house, exclaiming, " Come, i*™. come, sir, I will put an end to your prating!" For a few moments he paced backwards and forwards, deeply agitated; he then stamped on the floor, and, glancing...

Life of Oliver Cromwell, 2. kötet

Michael Russell - 1833
...violent passions, he paced up and down the hall; and then stamping on the floor, he cried aloud, " You are no parliament ! I say you are no parliament...bring them in." Instantly the door opened, and Colonel Worseley entered, followed by a number of musketeers. " This," exclaimed Sir Harry Vane, " is not honest....




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