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" It would be inhuman to the memory of the unhappy to impute the difgrace .of this action to James. — He: revoked the order as foon as he heard of it* becaufe his own fufferings had probably ta.ught him to feel for that of others. "
A Compleat History of Ireland, from the Earliest Accounts to the Present ... - Página 293
de John Huddlestone Wynne - 1773
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A General History of Ireland: From the Earliest Accounts to the ..., Volumen 2

John Huddlestone Wynne - 1773
...; and they envied their companions who were at reft from their miferies. It would be inhuman to'the memory of the unhappy to impute the difgrace of this action to James.—He revoked the order as loon as he heard of- it, becaufe • his own fufferings had probably...
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An historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland ..., Volumen 2

John Curry - 1786
...ordered meal and other provifions to be distributed among the poor people." Anfw. to King, p. 1 86. " It would be inhuman to the memory of the unhappy, to impute the difgrace of this action to King James. He revoked the order as foon as he heard of it, becaufe his own fufferings had probably...
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An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland ..., Volumen 2

John Curry - 1786
...ordered meal and other provifions to be diftributed among the poor people." Anfw. to King, p. 186. ft It would be inhuman to the memory of the unhappy, to impute the difgrace of this aftion to King James. He revoked the order as foon as he heard of it, becaufe his own fufferings had...
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Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland: From the Dissolution of the ..., Volumen 2

Sir John Dalrymple - 1790
...filence reigned over the land : And they envied their companions who were at reft from their rniferies. It would be inhuman to the memory of the unhappy,...: He - revoked the order as foon as he heard of it : bccaufc his own fufferings had probably taught him to *eel for thofe of others. Kirk, in the mean...
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Derriana: A Collection of Papers Relative to the Siege of Derry, and ...

1794
...reigned oVef the land ; and they envied their companions who were at reft from their miferies ! — It would be inhuman to the memory of the unhappy, to impute the difgfaee of this a&ion to James. he revoked the order as foon as he heard of it ; becaufe his own fufferings...
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Derriana: A Collection of Papers Relative to the Siege of Derry, and ...

1794
...filence reigned over the land; and they envied their com-panions who were at reft from their miferies!— It would be inhuman to the memory of the unhappy, to impute the difgtaee of this acYion to James; he revoked the order as foon as he heard of it; becaufe his own fufferings...
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An historical and critical review of the civil wars in Ireland, from the ...

John Curry - 1810
...ordered meal and other provisions to be distributed among the poor people." — Answ. to King, p. 186. " It would be inhuman to the memory of the unhappy, to impute the disgrace of this action to king James. He revoked the order as soon as he heard of it, because his...
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An Historical and Critical Review of the Civil Wars in Ireland: From the ...

John Curry - 1810 - 660 páginas
...ordered meal and other provisions to be distributed among the poor people." — Annu, to King, p. 1 86. " It would be inhuman to the memory of the unhappy, to impute the disgrace of this action to king James. He revoked the order as soon as he heard of it, because hie...
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Chambers's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - 1847
...silence reigned over the land, and they envied their companions who were at rest from their miseries. It would be inhuman to the memory of the unhappy to impute the disgrace of this action to James. He revoked the order as soon as he heard of it, because his own sufferings...
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