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" ... answers ; signifying by whom, and how often they had been introduced to him ; and then asked him, in their turn, whether he had never mentioned any thing to them about the Sibylline oracles; upon which, being confounded, or infatuated rather by the... "
The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero - Seite 211
von Conyers Middleton - 1741
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The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero: In Three Volumes, Band 1

Conyers Middleton - 1767
...diftinft anfwers ; Jignifying by whom, and how often they had been introduced, to him ; and then a/ked him in their turn, whether he had never mentioned...being confounded, or infatuated rather by the fenfe of bis guilt, he gave a remarkable proof, as Cicero fays, of the great force of confcience ; for not onely...
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The History of the Life of M. Tullius Cicero, Band 1

Conyers Middleton - 1790 - 398 Seiten
...diflinct anfwers ; fignifying by whom , and how often they had been introduced, to him; and then afked him in their turn, whether he had never mentioned...fays , of the great force of confcience ; for not only his ufual parts and eloquence, but his impudence too, in which he outdid all men, quite failed...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose, Selected ...

Vicesimus Knox - 1790 - 1019 Seiten
...diffinft anfwers; fignifying by whom, and how often they had been introduced to him; and then aiked him in their turn, whether he had never mentioned any thing to them about the Sibylline oracles ; upnn which being confounded, or infatuated rather by the fente of his guilt, he gave a remarkable...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Passages in Prose ..., Band 2

1797 - 1120 Seiten
...difb'nd anfwer* ; fignifying by whom, and how often, they had been introduced to Mm; and then afked him, in their turn, whether he had never mentioned...the fenfe of his guilt, he gave a remarkable proof of the great force of conscience: for not only his ufual parts and eloquence, but his impudence too,...
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The Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Band 1

Conyers Middleton - 1804
...distinct answers ; signifying by whom, and how often they had been introduced to him ; and then asked him, in their turn, whether he had never mentioned...which, being confounded, or infatuated rather by the sense of his guilt, he gave a remarkable proof, a& Cicero says, of the great force of conscience ;...
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the roman history from the building of rome to the ruin of the commonwealth

n. hooke - 1806
...distinct answers, signify ing by whom and how often they had been introduced to him; and then asked him in their turn, whether he had never mentioned any thing to them of the Sibylline oracles,- upon which being confounded, or infatuated rather by the sense of his guilt,...
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Cicero's Select Orations

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1811 - 671 Seiten
...they had been introduced to him ; and then asked him in their turn, whether he had never mmtiont-d any thing to them about the Sibylline oracles ? upon which being confounded, or scelere dcmcns, quanta vis conscientiae esset, ostendit ; nan cum id posset infitiuri, repente prfeter...
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Elegant extracts, Band 55

Elegant extracts - 1816
...by whom, and how often they had been introduced to him; and then asked him, in their turn, whotherhc had never mentioned any thing to them about the Sibylline...which being confounded, or infatuated rather by the sense of his guilt, he gave a remarkable proof of the great force of conscience : for notonly his usual...
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The Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth ...

Nathaniel Hooke - 1830
...distinct answers, signifying by whom and how often they had been introduced to him ; and then asked him in their turn, whether he had never mentioned any thing to them of the Sibylline oracles; upon which being confounded, or infatuated rather by the sense of his guilt,...
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The Roman History, from the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth ...

Nathaniel Hooke - 1830
...distinct answers, signifying by whom and how often they had been introduced to him ; and then asked him in their turn, whether he had never mentioned any thing to them of the Sibylline oracles; upon which being confounded, or infatuated rather by the sense of his guilt,...
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