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" ... be far from the wisdom, the learning, and the integrity of this place, to impute to the living what zeal in its fury may have done ; what nature may have taken off, and piety interred; or what war alone may have destroyed, alone deposited. "
The Wonders of the Little World; Or, A General History of Man:: Displaying ... - Página 139
de Nathaniel Wanley, William Johnston - 1806
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1762
...together, I have nothing to obferve : but tkat all cir A a 4. cimftance*.._ çumftances whatfoever are precarious, and have been but too frequently found lamentably fallible ; even the ftrongefthave failed. They may rife to the utmoft degree of probablitv; yetare they but probability...
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The New wonderful magazine, and marvellous chronicle. Vol.1, no.1-vol.5, no ...

...circumftances that have been raked together, I have nothing to obferve, but that all circumftances whatever are precarious, and have been but too frequently found lamentably fallible ; even the ftrongeft have failed. They may rife to the utmoft degree of probability, yet they are but probability...
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Annual Register, Volumen 2

1802
...violence offered to him alive. 4wt could occasion, that fracture there. As to the circumstances that have been raked together ; I have nothing to observe ; but that all cir-. Д a 4- cumstancei cumstances whatsoever are precarious, and have been but too frequently found...
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The Criminal Recorder: Or, Biographical Sketches of Notorious Public Characters

Student of the Inner Temple - 1804
...piety interred ; or what war alone may have destroyed, alone deposited' As to the circumstance& that have been raked together, I have nothing to observe,...and have been but too frequently found lamentably falJible , even the strongest have failed. They may rise to the utmost degree of probability ; yet...
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The New Wonderful Museum, and Extraordinary Magazine: Being a Complete ...

William Granger - 1805
...circumftances that have been raked together, I have nothing to obferve, but that all circumftances whatever are precarious, and have been but too frequently found lamentably fallible ; even the ftrongeft have failed. They may rife to the utmoft degree of probability, yet they are but probability...
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The Monthly anthology, and Boston review

1806
...piety interred ; or what war alone may have destroyed, alone deposited. ' As to the circumstances that have been raked together, I have nothing to observe...They may rise to the utmost degree of probability ; yet arc they but probability still. Why need I name to your lordship the two Hanisons recorded in...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen 3

Samuel Cooper Thacher, David Phineas Adams, William Emerson - 1806
...piety interred ; or what war alone may have destroyed, alotie deposited. ' As to the circumstances that have been raked together, I have nothing to observe...circumstances whatsoever are precarious, and have beim but too frequently found lamentably fallible ; even the strongest have failed. They may rise to...
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The Monthly Anthology, and Boston Review, Volumen 3

David Phineas Adams, Samuel Cooper Thacher - 1806
...observe ; but that all circumstancee whatsoever are precarkme, and have -been but too fro« quently found lamentably fallible ; even the strongest have failed. They may rise to th« etmost degree of probability ; yet are they but probability still. Why need I name te your lordship...
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The Criminal Recorder; Or, Biographical Sketches of Notorious Public ...

1811
...together, I have nothing toobserve.but that all circumstances whatsoever aie precarious.and have heen but too frequently found lamentably fallible ; even...have failed. They may rise to the utmost degree of prohahility ; yet are they but prohahility still. Wby need I name to your lordship the two Harrisons...
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The Criminal Recorder: Or, Biographical Sketches of Notorious ..., Volumen 1

1815
...piety interred ; or what war alone may have destroyed, alone deposited. As to the circumstances that have been raked together, I have nothing to observe,...They may rise to the utmost degree of probability-; yet are they but probability still. Why need I name to vour lordship the two Harrisons, recorded in...
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