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" Thus fell the greatest subject in power, and little inferior to any in fortune, that was at that time in any of the three kingdoms; who could well remember the time, when he led those people, who then pursued him to his grave. He was a man of great parts,... "
The history of the Rebellion and civil wars in England - Page 404
by Edward Hyde Clarendon (Earl of) - 1807
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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in ..., Volume 1

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - Great Britain - 1707
...theCourageand Chriftianity ofhis Death. THUS Fell the greateft Subject in power, and little Jnferiorto any in Fortune, that was at that time in any of the" three Kingdoms j Who could well remember the time, whet* he led thofe People, who then purfued him to his Grave. He...
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The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England: Begun in the Year ...

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - Great Britain - 1717
...affected with the Courage and Chriftianity of his Death. THUS Fell the greateft Subject in power i and little inferior to any in Fortune, that was at...Parts, and extraordinary Endowments of Nature ; not unadorn'd with fome addition of Art and Learning , though that again was more improved and illuftrated...
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The arts of logick and rhetorick [adapted by J. Oldmixon from La manière de ...

John Oldmixon, Dominique Bouhours - 1728
..." the greateft Subject in Power, not lefs in Wifdom, " and little Itfs in Fortune, at that Time, in the three " Kingdoms ; who could well remember the Time " when he led the People, who afterwards purfu'd him " to his Ruin. His Authority and Station may be com" par'd to...
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The British Plutarch, Or Biographical Entertainer: Being a Select Collection ...

British - 1762
...ceremony to have many friends at court, and therefore could not but have enemies enough. He was aperfon of great parts, and extraordinary endowments of nature, not unadorned with fome addition of art and Teaming, though that again was more improved and illuflrated by the other; for he had a readinefs of...
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Characters of Eminent Men in the Reigns of Charles I and II: Including the ...

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - Great Britain - 1793 - 201 pages
...572. SIR THOMAS WENTWORTH, CR. EARL OF STRAPFORD;* LORD PRESIDENT OF THE NORTH — BEHEADED MDCXLI. HE was a man of great parts, and extraordinary endowments of nature ; not unadorned with some * And baron of Raby, a house belonging to Sir Henry Vane, and an honour he made account should...
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Memoirs of King Charles I. and the Loyalists who Suffered in Their Cause ...

Great Britain - 1795 - 54 pages
...dangerous, however fplendid an enterprize. HUME. L ii 'STRAFFORD Pul Jia&í. EARL OF STRAFFORD.* .LÍE was a man of great parts, and extraordinary endowments...fome addition of art and learning, though that again wa$ more improved and illuftrated by the other ; for he * And Baron of Raby, a houfe belonging to Sir...
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The Enquirer: Reflections on Education, Manners, and Literature. In a Series ...

William Godwin - Children - 1797 - 481 pages
...example the character he has annexed to the death of lord Strafford. " Thus Fell the greateft Subject in power, and little inferior to any in Fortune, that...Parts, and extraordinary Endowments of Nature ; not unadorn'd with fome addition of Art and Learning, though that again was more improved and illu£trated...
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Memoirs of the Protector, Oliver Cromwell, and of His Sons ..., Volume 1

Oliver Cromwell - Great Britain - 1821
...Buckingham, that common fame was sufficient ground of proceeding. His Lordship says of Lord Strafford, that he was a man of great parts and extraordinary endowments of nature, not unadorned with some addition of art and learning ; though that again was more improved and illustrated by the other...
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The Enquirer

William Godwin - Conduct of life - 1823 - 411 pages
...example the character he has annexed to the death of lord Strafford. " Thus Fell the greatest Subject in power, and little inferior to any in Fortune, that...Kingdoms; Who could well remember the time, when he led those People, who then pursued him to his Grave. He was a man of great Parts, and extraordinary Endowments...
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The Enquirer

William Godwin - Conduct of life - 1823 - 411 pages
...of the three Kingdoms; Who could well remember the time, when he led those People, who then pursued him to his Grave. He was a man of great Parts, and extraordinary Endowments of Nature ; not unadorn'd with some addition of Art and Learning, though that again was more improved and illustrated...
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