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" Subsidiary to this, there was no creed that he did not profess, there was no opinion that he did not promulgate; in the hope of a dynasty, he upheld the crescent; for the sake of a divorce, he bowed before the Cross; the orphan of St. Louis, he became... "
The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature - Page 597
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Select Readings and Recitations

Readers - 1897 - 318 pages
...not profess, there was no opinion that he did not promulgate ; in the hope of a dynasty, he upheld the Crescent; for the sake of a divorce, he bowed...parricidal ingratitude, on the ruins both of the throne and tribune, he reared the throne of his despotism. A professed Catholic, he imprisoned the Pope; a pretended...
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Writing in English: A Modern School Composition

William Henry Maxwell, George James Smith, George Jay Smith - English language - 1900 - 269 pages
...cautious and uniform. 4. Dryden is read with frequent astonishment, and Pope with perpetual delight. 5. A professed Catholic, he imprisoned the Pope; a pretended patriot, he impoverished the country. 6. With one hand he smote the house of Bourbon, and wielded in the other the democracy of England....
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A New English Grammar for Schools: Being a Revised Edition of "A Practical ...

Thomas Wadleigh Harvey - English language - 1900 - 277 pages
...would content you? Talent? 9. How, now, Jenkinson? 10. A rope to the side! Ii. Rather he, than I. 12. The orphan of St. Louis, he became the adopted child of the Republic. 13. Seest thou a man wise in his own conceit? There is more hope of a fool than of him. 14. Are you...
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Interpretive Reading

Cora Marsland - Readers - 1902 - 245 pages
...did not profess, there was no opinion that he did not promulgate; in the hope of a dynasty, he upheld the Crescent; for the sake of a divorce, he bowed...parricidal ingratitude, on the ruins both of the throne and tribune, he reared the throne of his despotism. Brutus, he grasped without remorse, and wore without...
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The Crane Reader, Book 5

Readers - 1902
...not profess ; there was no opinion that he did not promulgate. In the hope of a dynasty, he upheld the Crescent; for the sake of a divorce, he bowed...the Cross; the orphan of St. Louis, he became the adopted.child of the republic, and, with a parricidal ingratitude, on the ruins of both the throne...
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The Speaker's Garland: Comprising 100 Choice Selections ...

Phineas Garrett - Readers - 1905
...not profess, there was no opinion that he did not promulgate ; in the hope of a dynasty, he upheld the crescent; for the sake of a divorce, he bowed...parricidal ingratitude, on the ruins both of the throne and tribune, he reared the throne of his despotism. A professed Catholic, he imprisoned the pope; a pretended...
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Irish Literature, Volume 8

Justin McCarthy, Maurice Francis Egan, Charles Welsh, Douglas Hyde, Lady Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche - English literature - 1904
...did not profess, there was no opinion that he did not promulgate; in the hope of a dynasty, he upheld the crescent ; for the sake of a divorce he bowed...ruins both of the throne and the tribune he reared the tower of his despotism; a professed Catholic, he imprisoned the Pope; a pretended patriot, he impoverished...
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Shakspere: Personal Recollections

John Alexander Joyce - Shakespeare in fiction, drama, poetry, etc - 1904 - 306 pages
...wealth and genius had arrayed themselves; and competition fled from him as from the glance of destiny. "A professed Catholic, he imprisoned the Pope; a pretended patriot, he impoverished the country; and in the name of Brutus, he grasped without remorse and wore without shame the diadem of the Caesars...
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Graded Lessons in English: An Elementary English Grammar, Consisting ..., Book 1

Alonzo Reed, Brainerd Kellogg - English language - 1897 - 281 pages
...Rather he than I. This is equivalent to (I would) rather (it were) he than (that it were) /. 180 — 12. The orphan of St. Louis, he became the adopted child of the Republic. The orphan of St. Louis is independent by pleonasm. Became child is the predicate. 180 — 13. Seest...
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The World's Famous Orations, Volume 6

William Jennings Bryan - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1906
...Cross : the orphan of St. Louis, he became the adopted child of the Republic ; and with a paricidal ingratitude, on the ruins both of the throne and the...pope; a pretended patriot, he impoverished the country ; and in the name of Brutus, he grasped without remorse, and wore without shame, the diadem of the...
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