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" He then embraced his friends, gave some tokens of remembrance to his son-in-law, Lord Maitland, for his daughter . and grand-children, stript himself of part of his apparel, of which he likewise made presents, and laid his head upon the block. Having... "
The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature - Seite 356
1808
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Band 12

1808
...part of his apparel, of which he likewise made p're^ents, and laid his head npbn the block. Htiving uttered a short prayer, he gave the signal to the...his Head severed from his 'body. Such were the last hnurS, and such the final close, of this great man's We".!May tho ne hsppy serenity Iri ?urh dreadful...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Band 34

1820
...to the man of whom Mr Fox, in his History, has closed the biography in these memorable words — ' Such were the last hours, and such the final close...great man's life. May the like happy serenity, in such dreadful circumstances, and a death equally glorious, be the lot of all whom tyranny, of whatever denomination...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Band 70

1808
...son-in-law, Lord Maitland, for his daughter . and grand-children, stript himself of part of his apparel, of which he likewise made presents, and laid his head...great man's life. May the like happy serenity, in such dreadful circumstances, and a death equally glorious, be the lot of all, whom tyranny, of whatever...
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The Cabinet: Or, Monthly Report of Polite Literature, Band 4

1808
...son-in-law, Lord Maitland, for his daughter and grand-children,stripped himself of part of his apparel, of which he likewise made presents, and laid his head...great man's life. May the like happy serenity in such dreadful circumstances, and a death equally glorious, be the lot of all whom tyranny, of whatever denomination...
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A History of the Early Part of the Reign of James the Second: With an ...

Charles James Fox - 1808 - 201 Seiten
...Lord Maitland, for 11011 ' , his daughter and grand-children, stript himself of part of his apparel, of which he likewise made presents, and laid his head...from his body.* Such were the last hours, and such die final close, of this great man's life. May the like happy serenity in such dreadful circumstances,...
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The Monthly Mirror: Reflecting Men and Manners: With Strictures on ..., Band 4

1808
...P. 210, 211. After uttering a short prayer, his head was severed from his body. " Such," says Fox, " were the last hours, and such the final close, of...great man's life. May the like happy serenity in such dreadful cirm instances, and a death equally glorious, be the lot of all, whom tyranny, of whatever...
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The Universal Magazine, Band 10

1808
...son-in-law. Lord Maitland, for bis daughter and uruid-rhildien, stript himself of part of his arpatel, of which he likewise made presents, and laid his head upon the block. Having prayers to God for the three kingdoms uttered a short prayer, he gave the" of England, ^cotland, and...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1810
...son-in-law, lord MuitUnd, fur his daughter and grand. children. siripi stript himself of part of his apparel, of which he likewise made presents, and laid his head...great man's life. May the like happy serenity in such dreadful circumstances, and a death equally glorious, be the lot of all, whom tyranny, of whatever...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Band 50

Edmund Burke - 1810
...stript stript himself of part of his apparel, of which he likewise made presents, and laid his head npon the block. Having uttered a short prayer, he gave...this great man's life. May the like happy serenity la such dreadful circumstances, and a death equally glorious, be the lot of all, 'whom tyranny, of...
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Annual Register, Band 50

Edmund Burke - 1820
...son-in-law, lord Maitland, forhisdaughter and grand-children, stript stript himself of part of his apparel, of which he likewise made presents, and laid his head...great man's life. May the like happy serenity in such dreadful circumstances, and a death equally glorious, be the lot of all, whom tyranny, of whatever...
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