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" Nicholas consult his own interests, that he never asked any thing for himself; and although he goes to court from time to time, and is always exceedingly well received by the king, he has never, in any instance, sought his own promotion, but employs all... "
Letters from Italy, Describing the Manners, Customs, Etc., of that Country ... - Página 65
de Millars - 1777
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The Phoenix; or, Weekly miscellany improved, Volumen 1

...confult his own interefls, that he never afked any thing for himfelf ; and although he goes to court from time to time, and is always exceedingly well received by the king, he has never in any inftancc fought his own promotion, but employs all the interelt he has to relieve his poor neighbours...
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The Scrap-book, Or, A Selection of Interesting and Authentic Anecdotes

1825 - 180 páginas
...consult his own interest, that he never asked any thing for himself; and although he goes to court from time to time, and is always exceedingly well received by the king, he has never, in any instance, sought his own promotion, but employs al ! the interest he has to relieve his poor neighbours...
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Lambeth and the Vatican: Or, Anecdotes of the Church of Rome, of the Refomed ...

1825
...consult his own interests that lie never asked any thing for himself; and although he goes to Court from time to time, and is always exceedingly well received by the king, he has never on any instance sought his own promotion, but employs all the interest he has to release his poor neighbours...
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The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select, Volumen 1

Reuben Percy - 1826
...consult his own interests, that he never asked any thing for himself ; and although he goes to court from time to time, and is always exceedingly well received by the king, he has never in any instance sought bis own promotion, butemploys all the interest lie has to relieve his poor neighbours...
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The Universal Magazine, Volúmenes 58-59

1776
...confult his own interdis, that he never a (Ved any thing for himfelf; and although he goes to Court from time to time, and is always exceedingly well received...inftance fought his own promotion, but employs all ihe ¡nttreft he has to relieve his poor neighbours and parifliioners fiom any difficulties they may...
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Tales of Humour: a Scrap-book of Choice Stories of Wit, Interesting Fables ...

184? - 288 páginas
...consult his own interests, that he never asked any thing for himself; and although he goes to court from time to time, and is always exceedingly well received by the king, he has never,- in any instance, sought his own promotion, but employs ill the interest he has to relieve his poor neighbours...
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