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" What the event will be, God only knows. But some punishment seems preparing for a people, who are ungratefully abusing the best constitution, and the best King, any nation was ever blessed with, intent on nothing but luxury, licentiousness, power, places,... "
The private correspondence of Benjamin Franklin, LL.D, F.R.S., &c. Minister ... - Página 322
de Benjamin Franklin - 1817
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volumen 3

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1882
...sympathies ran strongly against Wilkes, he spoke with indignation of the punishment that must await a people ' who are ungratefully abusing the best Constitution...and the best King any nation was ever blessed with;' i and he fully adopted the Tory maxim that the whole political power of a nation belongs of right to...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volumen 3

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1882
...sympathies ran strongly against Wilkes, he spoke with indignation of the punishment that must await a people ' who are ungratefully abusing the best Constitution and the best King 1 Burke's 'Appeal from the New See too Franklin's Worla, i. 413. to the Old Whigs.' Worhi, vi. 122....
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volumen 3

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1883
...sympathies ran strongly against Wilkes, he spoke with indignation of the punishment that must await a people ' who are ungratefully abusing the best Constitution and the best King any nation was ever blessed with;'i and he fully adopted the Tory maxim that the whole political power of a nation belongs of right...
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The American Revolution, 1763-1783: Being the Chapters and Passages Relating ...

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1898 - 518 páginas
...sympathies ran strongly against Wilkes, he spoke with indignation of the punishment that must await a people ' who are ungratefully abusing the best Constitution...and the best King any nation was ever blessed with ; ' 2 and he fully adopted the Tory maxim that the whole political power of a nation belongs of right...
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Memoirs of King George the Third, his life and reign

John Heneage Jesse - 1901
...turned the former out of his kingdom." Again Franklin writes, during the London riots in May, 1 768 : " What the event will be, God only knows. But some punishment...and the best king any nation was ever blessed with." END OF VOLUME II. APPENDIX. i. AD SERENISSIMUM GEORGIUM WALLLS: PRINCIPEM IN OBITUM FREDERIC! WALLIjE...
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Memoirs of King George the Third: his life and reign, Volumen 2

John Heneage Jesse - 1902
...turned the former out of his kingdom." Again Franklin writes, during the London riots in May, 1 768 : " What the event will be, God only knows. But some punishment...and the best king any nation was ever blessed with." END OF VOLUME II. APPENDIX. i. AD SERENISSIMUM GEORGIUM WALLLE PRINCIPEM IN OBITUM FREDERICI WALLIjE...
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Selections from the Writings of Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin - 1905 - 366 páginas
...men, women, and children, which seems only to have produced a universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, ready to burst in a general...and plunder ; while the ministry, divided in their counsels, with little regard for each other, worried by perpetual oppositions, in continual apprehension...
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The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, Volumen 5

Benjamin Franklin - 1906 - 565 páginas
...men, women, and children, which seems only to have produced a universal sullenness, that looks like a great black cloud coming on, \ ready to burst in a...and plunder; while the ministry, divided in their counsels, with little regard for each other, worried by perpetual oppositions, in continual apprehension...
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The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, Volumen 10

Benjamin Franklin - 1907 - 633 páginas
...children. All respect of law and government seemed lost. A great black cloud seemed to Franklin to be coming on, ready to burst in a general tempest. "What...God only knows. But some punishment seems preparing fqr a people, who are ungratefully abusing the best constitution, and the best King, any nation was...
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The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, Volumen 10

Benjamin Franklin - 1907
...people, who are ungratefully abusing the best constitution, and the best King, any nation was ever blest with, intent on nothing but luxury, licentiousness, power, places, pensions, and plunder." ! The dread of some terrible calamity lurking in the future, and the haunting fear of national separation...
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