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" Our cup has overflowed, and made us wanton. The all-wise Providence has given us this check as a warning, and I hope we shall improve by it. On Him... "
The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature, History, and Politics - Side 4
1798
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British Public Characters of 1798..

1798 - 528 sider
...grateful country ; they " will alfo have from their inward feelings a " comfort which muft be lafting, and not like " the fleeting and falfe confidence of...has often been my pride with you to " look into the Texel, and fee a foe which " dreaded coming out to meet us. — My pride is " now humbled indeed !...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Bind 33

1798
...eomfort which will be lading, and not like the iLvting and lalle confidence of thole who have Iwcrved from their duty. " It has often been my pride with you to look into the Texel, and lee a foe which dreadt'd coming out to meet us ;— my pride is now humbled indeed ! —...
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The European Magazine, and London Review, Bind 33

1798
...grateful country ; they will alfo have from their inward feelings a comfort which will be Jafting, and not like the fleeting and falfe confidence of thofe who have fwervcd from their duty. " It has often been my pride with you to look into the Texel, and fee a foe...
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The Public characters of 1798

CHARACTERS. - 1799 - 374 sider
...grateful " country ; they will alfo have from their inward feelings a '' comfort which muft be lafting, and not like the fleeting " and falfe confidence of...has often been my pride with you to look into the " Texel, and fee a foe which dreaded coming out to meet " us. — My pride is now humbled indeed !...
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The Public Characters, Bind 1

1799
...alfo have from their inward feelings a " comfort which muft be lafting, and not like the fleeting f and falfe confidence of thofe who have fwerved from...has often been my pride with you to look into the " Texel, and fee a foe which dreaded coming put to meet " us. — My pride is now humbled indeed !...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 ..., Bind 1

1801
...grateful country ; they will alfo " have, from their inward feelings, a comfort which " muft be lafting, and not like the fleeting and falfe ." confidence...has often been my pride with you to look into " the Texeli and fee a foe which dreaded coming " out to meet us. — My pride is now humbled in" deed !...
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The Orthodox churchman's magazine; or, A Treasury of divine and ..., Bind 7

1804
...comfort which must be lasting, and not like the fleeting and false confidence of those who have swerved from their duty ! " It has often been my pride with you to look into the Texel, and see a foe which dreaded com-. ing ing out to meet us — My pride is iww humbled indeed...
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The General Biographical Dictionary, Bind 12

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...comfort which must be lasting, and not like the fleeting and false confidence of those who have swerved from their duty. It has often been my pride with you to look into the Texel, and see a foe which dreaded coming out to meet us. My pride is now humble indeed ! My feelings...
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The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and ..., Bind 12

Alexander Chalmers - 1813
...comfort which must be lasting, and not like the fleeting and false confidence of those who have swerved from their duty. It has often been my pride with you to look into the Texel, and see a foe which dreaded coming out to meet us. My pride is now humble indeed ! My feelings...
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The History of the War: From the Commencement of the French ..., Bind 1

Hewson Clarke - 1816 - 478 sider
...comfort which will be lasting, and not like the floating and false confidence of those who have swerved from their duty. " It has often been my pride, with you to look into the Texel, and see a foe which dreaded coming out to meet us. My pride is now humbled indeed ; my feelings...
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