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" It would be disingenuous indeed not to admit that the entry of the French army into Spain was, in a certain sense, a disparagement, an affront to the pride, a blow to the feelings of England... "
The History of the Life and Reign of George the Fourth - Side 290
af William Wallace - 1832
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O padre amaro, ou Sovéla, politica, historica, e literaria [ed. by J ..., Bind 1

Padre amaro - 1826
...confuse dates and facts which throw a reciprocal light upon each other. It would be disingenuous, indeed, not to admit that the entry of the French army into...can hardly be supposed that the government did not sympathize,, on that occasion, with the feelings of the people. •But I deny that, questionable, or...
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Corrected report of speeches ... relative to the affairs of Portugal

George Canning - 1826
...confuse dates and facts which throw a reciprocal light upon each other. It would be disingenuous, indeed, not to admit that the entry of the French army into Spain, was in a certain sense, a disparagement—an affront to the pride,—a blow to the feelings of England:—and it can hardly be...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Bind 68

Edmund Burke - 1827
...the jealousies and alarmed the imaginations of our ancestors. " It would be disingenuous, indeed,, not to admit that the entry of the French army into...can hardly be supposed that the government did not sympathize, on that occasion, with the feelings of the people. But I deny, that, questionable or censurable...
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Annual Register

1827
...excited the jealousies and alarmed the imaginations of our ancestors. "It would be disingenuous, indeed, not to admit that the entry of the French army into...can hardly be supposed that the government did not sympathize, on that occasion, with the feelings of the people. But I deny, that, questionable or censurable...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Bind 68

Edmund Burke - 1827
...Anne, animated the debates and dictated the votes of the Britisli it would be disingenuous, indeed, not to admit that the entry of the French army into...can hardly be supposed that the government did not sympathize, on that occasion, with the feelings of the people. But I deny, that, questionable or censurable...
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The Quarterly biographical magazine

...excited the jealousies and alarmed the imaginations of our ancestors. — It would be disingenuous indeed not to admit that the entry of the French army into...can hardly be supposed that the government did not sympathize on that occasion with the feelings of the people. But I deny that, questionable or censurable...
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The Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning, Bind 6

George Canning - 1828
...confuse dates and facts which throw a reciprocal light upon each other. It would be disingenuous, indeed, not to admit that the entry of the French army into...can hardly be supposed that the Government did not sympathize, on that occasion, with the feelings of the people. But I deny that, questionable or censurable...
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The Parliamentary Debates, Bind 16

Great Britain. Parliament - 1827
...confuse dates and facts which throw a reciprocal light upon each other. It would be disingenuous, indeed, not to admit that the entry of the French army into...can hardly be supposed that the government did not sympathize, on that occasion, with the feelings of the people. But I deny that, questionable or censurable...
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The Political Life of the Right Honourable George Canning: From 1822 ..., Bind 3

Augustus Granville Stapleton - 1831
...dates, and facts, which " throw a reciprocal light upon each other. " It would be disingenuous, indeed, not to " admit that the entry of the French army into...disparagement " — an affront to the pride, — a blow to the feel" ings of England : — and it can hardly be snp" posed that the Government did not sympathize,...
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The Foreign Quarterly Review, Bind 3;Bind 8

1831
...Mr. Canning opened, for the first time, to the House, a new view of this transaction. Admitting* " that the entry of the French army into Spain was in...a certain sense, a disparagement — an affront to her pride — a blow to the feelings of England." — He had asked himself — "if the possession of...
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