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" Seal, as guardian of his Majesty's conscience, as Lord High Chancellor of England — nay, even in that character alone in which the noble Duke would think it an affront to be considered... "
The Legal Observer, Or, Journal of Jurisprudence - Page 418
1837
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Historical memoirs respecting the English, Irish, and Scottish ..., Volume 3

Charles Butler - Church and state - 1821
...none can deny me ; — as a MAN, I am at this moment as re" spectable, — I beg leave to add, — I am at this time, as much " respected, as the proudest...the house, which no chancellor had ever possessed, and invested him in public opinion, with a character of independency and honour. On other great occasions,...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1822
...character, none can deny me; as a MAN, I am at this moment as respectable,—I beg leave to add, — I am at this time as much respected, as the proudest peer I now look down upon."' We think tlmt the character of Lord Loughhorough, afterward Earl of Rosslyn, is much overdrawn : while...
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Reminiscences of Charles Butler ...

Charles Butler - Autobiography - 1824 - 404 pages
...none can "deny me, — as a HAN, I am at this moment as "respectable; — I beg leave to add, — I am at this " time, as much respected, as the proudest...an ascendancy in the house, which no chancellor had •189 with a character of independence and honour ; and this, although he was ever on the unpopular...
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Reminiscences of Charles Butler ...

Charles Butler, Samuel Parr - Great Britain - 1824 - 404 pages
...respectable; — I beg leave to add, — I am at this " time, as much respected, as the proudest peev " I now look down upon." The effect of this speech,...out of them, was prodigious. It gave lord Thurlow aa ascendancy in the house, which no chancellor had ever possessed ; it invested him, in public opinion,...
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The United States Literary Gazette, Volume 1

1825
...character none can deny me,— as a MAM, I am at this moment as respectable;— I beg leave to add,— I am at this time, as much respected, as the proudest...chancellor had ever possessed ; it invested him, in pubhe opinion, with a character of independence and honour ; and this, although he was ever on the...
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Westminster hall: or, Professional relics and anecdotes of the bar ..., Volume 1

Law - 1825
...character none can deny me — as a man, I am at this moment as respectable — I beg leave to add, I am at this time as much respected, as the proudest...Parliament and out of them, was prodigious. It gave Lord Thnrlow an ascendancy in the bouse which no chancellor had ever possessed; it invested him in public...
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The North American Review, Volume 20

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1825
...moment as respectable ; I beg leave to add, I am at this time, as much respected, as the proudest peer 1 now look down upon." The effect of this speech, both...out of them, was prodigious. It gave Lord Thurlow an ascendency in the house, which no chancellor had ever po sessed ; it invested him, in public opinion,...
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Westminster Hall: Or, Professional Relics and Anecdotes of the Bar ..., Volume 1

Law - 1825
...which character none can deny me—as a man, I am at tins moment as respectable—I beg leave to add, I am at this time as much respected, as the proudest peer I cow look down upon." The effect of this speech, both within the walls of Parliament and out of them,...
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The American Jurist and Law Magazine, Volume 9; Volume 27

Law - 1843
...am at this moment as respectable, — I beg leave to add, — I am 1842.] Life of Lord Thurlow. 23 at this time as much respected, as the proudest peer...now look down upon.' " " The effect of this speech," Mr. Butler adds, " both within the walls of parliament and out of them, was prodigious. It gave lord...
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Crisis, and National Co-operative Trades' Union Gazette, Volumes 1-2

Communism - 1833
...considered, — as a man, I am at this moment as respectable, — I beg leave to add, — I am at th>s time as much respected, as the proudest Peer I now...ever possessed ; it invested him, in public opinion, which a character of independence and honor : and this though he was ever on the unpopular side in...
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