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" ... is at last dead, and for the first time quiet. He had the start of me at his birth by one year and two months, and I think we shall observe the same distance at our burial. I own I feel for his death, not because it will be my turn next, but because... "
The Quarterly Review - 97. oldal
1834
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, 16. kötet

1826
...be my turn next, but because I knew him to be extremely good-natured, and his hands to be extremely clean, if that were possible ; for after all the great offices which he held for fifty years, he died £300,000 poorer than when he first came into them : — a very unrainisterial...

The Quarterly Review, 50. kötet

1834
...for his death, not because it will be my turn next, but because 1 knew him to be very good-natured, and his hands to be extremely clean, and even too...Pelhams more fortunate than in * ' I come now to speak to you of the affair of the Duke of Newcastle ; but absolutely on considering it much myself, and on...

The Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature, 1. kötet

Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom - 1834
...for his death, not because it will be my turn next, but because I knew him to be very good-natured, and his hands to be extremely clean, and even too...proceeding ! " — Chesterfield's Miscellaneous Works, Vol. np 564, 4lo. * " I come now to speak to you of the affair of the Duke of Newcastle ; but absolutely...

The Selected Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature, 1. kötet;3. kötet

Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom - 1834
...for his death, not because it will be my turn next, but because I knew him to be very good-natured, and his hands to be extremely clean, and even too...poorer than he was when he first came into them. A very unrmmsteriul proceeding ! " — Chesterfield's Miscellaneous Works, Vol. np 564, 4to. * " I come now...

History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of ..., 2. kötet

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1838
...testimony : — " My old kinsman and contemporary is at last " dead, and, for the first time, quiet. . . . After all " the great offices which he had held for fifty " years, he died 300,0001. poorer than he was " when he came into them. A very unministerial " proceeding!"t Nor was...

History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Chaoelle ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1837
...testimony : — " My old kinsman and contemporary is at last " dead, and, for the first time, quiet. . . . After all " the great offices which he had held for fifty " years, he died 300,000/. poorer than he was " when he came into them. A very unministerial " proceeding ! " t Nor...

History of England from the peace of Utrecht to the peace of ..., 2. kötet

Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope (Earl) - 1837
...testimony : — " My old kinsman and contemporary is at last " dead, and, for the first time, quiet. . . . After all " the great offices which he had held for fifty " years, he died 300,000/. poorer than he was " when he came into them. A very unministerial " proceeding 1 " t Nor...

History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of ..., 2. kötet

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1839
...testimony : — " My old kinsman and contemporary is at last " dead, and, for the first time, quiet. . . . After all " the great offices which he had held for fifty " years, he died 300,000/. poorer than he was " when he came into them. A very unministerial " proceeding! "t Nor was...

History of England: From the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix ..., 1. kötet

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1841
...: — " My old kinsman and con" temporary is at last dead, and, for the first time, quiet. . . . " After all the great offices which he had held for fifty years, he " died 300,000/. poorer than he was when he came into them. A " very unministerial proceeding (2) ! " Nor...

Letters, political and miscellaneous

Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - 1847
...for his death, not because it will be my turn next; but because I knew him to be very good-natured, and his hands to be extremely clean, and even too...first came into them. A very unministerial proceeding! It is a common observation, that blind people are apt to be talkative; and it is no less true (as you...




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