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" Three executioners then approached to feize him : at the fight of a cord, with which one of them attempted to tie his arms, the king for the firft time mowed figns of indignation, and as if he was going to refill. "
The British Critic: A New Review - Página 33
1794
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The Universal Magazine, Volumen 93

1793
...his arms, the king for the firft time mowed figns of indignation, and as if he was going to refill. Mr. Edgeworth put him in mind that the Saviour of...hold of him, and placed him on the guillotine. The confeflbr then kneeling with his face near to that of the king, pronounced aloud — ' Enfant de faint...
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A Journal During a Residence in France, from the Beginning of ..., Volumen 2

John Moore - 1793 - 617 páginas
...executioners then approached to feize him: at the fight of a cord, with which one of them attempted to tie his arms, the King for the firft time (hewed figns...that the Saviour of Mankind had allowed his arms to The whole of his behaviour fhews a manly and chriftian refignation to a fate which he thought inevitable,...
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A Journal During a Residence in France, from the Beginning of ..., Volumen 2

John Moore - 1793 - 617 páginas
...light of a cord, with which one of them attempted to tie his arms, the King for the firft time fhewed figns of indignation, and as if he was going to refift....that the Saviour of Mankind had allowed his arms to • • The whole of his behaviour fhews a manly .and chriftian refignation to a fate which, he thought...
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The Scots Magazine, Or, General Repository of Literature ..., Volumen 56

1794
...of a cord, with which one of them attempted to tie hif arms, the king for the dril time ibewed figos of indignation, and as if he was going to refift....his arms to be tied : he no fooner pronounced this, then the king became pHÍüve as a lamb. The executioner laid hold of him, and placed him on the guillotine....
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volumen 3

1794
...to tie his arms, the King for the firft time (hewed iigns of indignation, and as if he was going io refift. Mr. Edgeworth put him in mind that the Saviour...tied : he no fooner pronounced this, than the King bîcame paflive as a lamb. The executioners laid, bctí of him, and placed him on the guillotine. The...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volumen 25

1794
...executioners then approached to feize him : at the fight of a cord, v.ith which one of them attempted to tie his arms, the King for the firft time (hewed figns of indignation, and as if he was going to rcfift. Mr. Edgcworth put him in mind that the Saviour of »Mankind had allowed his arms to be tied...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volumen 25

1794
...King for the firft time ihewed ligns of indignation, and as if he was going toreftft. Mr. Edge worth put him in mind that the Saviour of Mankind had allowed his arms to be tied : he no iooner pronounced this than the King became paffive as a lamb. The executioners laid hold of him, and...
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A journal during a residence in France ... 1792

John Moore, Robert Anderson - 1820
...his arms, the king for the first time shewed signs of indignation, and as if he was going to resist. Mr. Edgeworth put him in mind that the Saviour of mankind had allowed his arms to be tied : he no sooner pronounced this, than the king became passive as a lamb. The executioners laid hold of him,...
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The Works: With Memoirs of His Life and Writings by Robert Anderson, Volumen 3

John Moore - 1820
...his arms, the king for the first time shewed signs of indignation, and as if he was going to resist. Mr. Edgeworth put him in mind that the Saviour of mankind had allowed his arms to be tied : he no sooner pronounced this, than the king became passive as a lamb. The executioners laid hold of him,...
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Stirring stories of peace and war, by sea and land

James Macaulay - 1885 - 400 páginas
...his arms, the king for the first time showed signs of indignation, and as if he was going to resist. Mr. Edgeworth put him in mind that the Saviour of mankind had allowed His arms to be tied; he no sooner pronounced this, than the King became passive as a lamb. The executioners laid hold of him,...
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