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" What the event will be, God only knows. But some punishment seems preparing for a people, who are ungratefully abusing the best constitution, and the best King, any nation was ever blessed with, intent on nothing but luxury, licentiousness, power, places,... "
The Private Correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, LL.D, F.R.S., &c. Minister ... - 322. oldal
szerző: Benjamin Franklin - 1817
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The History of the United States of North America: From the ..., 4. kötet

James Grahame - 1845
...women, and children : which seems only to have produced an universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...and plunder ; while the ministry, divided in their counsels, with little regard for each other, worried by perpetual opposition, in continual apprehension...

The Poetical Works of Robert Southey, 6. kötet

Robert Southey - 1853
...men, women, and children, which seems only to have produced an universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...their councils, with little regard for each other, wearied by perpetual oppositions, in continual apprehension of changes, intent on securing popularity,...

The Select Works of Benjamin Franklin: Including His Autobiography

Benjamin Franklin - 1853 - 488 oldal
...men, women and children, which seems only to have produced an universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general tempest. What the event will be, Grod only knows. But some punishment seems preparing for a people who are ungratefully abusing the...

Memoirs of Benjamin Franklin, 1. kötet

Benjamin Franklin - 1859
...men, women, and children, which seems only to have produced an universal snllenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...preparing for a people who are ungratefully abusing the beet constitution and the best king any nation was ever blessed with, intent on nothing but luxury,...

Memoirs of the Life and Reign of King George the Third, 2. kötet

John Heneage Jesse - 1867
...turned the former out of his kingdom." | Again Franklin writes during the London riots in May, 1768—" What the event will be, God only knows. But some punishment...and the best King any nation was ever blessed with." § * Nichols's Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century, vol. vp 645. t Butler's Reminiacences,...

Life of Benjamin Franklin, Written by Himself, 2. kötet

Benjamin Franklin - 1875
...men, women, and children, which seems only to have produced a universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...and plunder; while the ministry, divided in their counsels, with little regard for each other, worried by perpetual oppositions, in continual apprehension...

Life of Benjamin Franklin, Written by Himself, 2. kötet

Benjamin Franklin - 1875
...men, women, and children, which seems only to have produced a universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...and plunder; while the ministry, divided in their counsels, with little regard for each other, worried by perpetual oppositions, in continual apprehension...

The Life of Benjamin Franklin

Jeremiah Chaplin - 1876 - 398 oldal
...men, women and children, which seems only to have produced a universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general tempest. " While I am writing, a great mob of coal-porters fills the street, carrying a wretch of their business...

The Poetical Works of Robert Southey: With a Memoir, 5. kötet

Robert Southey - 1880
...women, and children, — which seems only to have produced an universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...their councils, with little regard for each other, wearied by perpetual oppositions, in continual apprehension of changes, intent on securing popularity...

Imperial England

Montagu Burrows - 1880 - 253 oldal
...the London riots in 1768 that Benjamin Franklin, no mean judge, wrote thus of him : — "What the end will be, God only knows. But some punishment seems...and the best King any nation was ever blessed with." And again, in 1769 : — " I can scarcely conceive a King of better dispositions, of more exemplary...




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