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" ... abused shape of the vilest of women. After they had been made to taste, drop by drop, more than the bitterness of death, in the slow torture of a journey of twelve miles, protracted to six hours, they were, under a guard, composed of those very soldiers... "
The Historical Magazine, Or, Classical Library of Public Events: Consisting ... - Page 451
1790
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Reflections on the Revolution in France: And on the Proceedings in Certain ...

Edmund Burke - France - 1790 - 356 pages
...miles, protracted to fix hours, they were, under a guard, compofed of thofe very foldiers who had thas conducted them through this famous triumph, lodged...of Paris, now converted into a Baftile for kings, y Is this a triumph to be confecrated at altars ? to be commemorated with grateful thankfgiving ? to...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 3

1790
...protradled to fix hours, they were, under a guard, compofed of thofe very foldiers who had thus conduced them through this famous triumph, lodged in one of the old palaces of Paris, now converted into a B.iilile for kings.' After this whirlwind of the paffions, we are confident that our judicious readers...
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The Monthly Review

1790
...of a journey of twelve miles, protracted to fix hours, they were, under a guard, compofed of thofe very foldiers who had thus conducted them through this famous triumph, lodged in one of the olU palaces of Paris, now converted into a Baftile for kings.' After this whirlwind of the paflions,...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 12

Books and bookselling - 1790
...piotrartcd to fix Lours, they were, und', r 'a guard, compofed of thofe very foldiers who had thus condu$led them through this famous triumph, lodged in one of the old palaces of Paris, now convened into a J'rtftile for kingi. . Is this a triumph to be confecrated et altars ? to be commemorated...
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Works, Volume 3

Edmund Burke - 1792
...of a journey of twelve miles, protracted to fix hours, they were, under a guard, compofed of thofe very foldiers who had thus conducted them through...confecrated at altars? to be commemorated with grateful thankfg'mng? to be offered to the divine humanity with fervent prayer and enthufiaftick ejaculation...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 3

Edmund Burke - Political science - 1807
...were, under a guard, composed of those very sol. diers who had thus conducted them through this famovs triumph, lodged in one of the old palaces of Paris, now convert*ed into a Bastile for kings. Is this a triumph to be consecrated at altars ? to be commemorated with grateful...
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Reflections on the Revolution in France: And on the Proceedings of Certain ...

Edmund Burke - France - 1814 - 246 pages
...under a guard composed of those very soldiers who had thus conducted them through this famous trinmph, lodged in one of the old palaces of Paris, now converted into a bastile for kings. Is this a trinmph to be consecrated at altars? to be commemorated with grateful...
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The British Prose Writers, Volume 21

British prose literature - 1821
...under a guard composed of those very soldiers who had thns conducted them through this famous trinmph, lodged in one of the old palaces of Paris, now converted into a bastilc for kings. Is this a trinmph to be consecrated at altars? to be commemorated with grateful...
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The Englishman's library [ed. by E. H. L.].

Englishman - 1824
...of twelve miles, protracted to six hours, they were, under a guard composed of those very soldiers who had thus conducted them through this famous triumph, lodged in one of the old palaces of Paris, then converted into a bastile for kings." The first act of the unfortunate King, on his return to the...
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The Revelation of Saint John Explained

Henry William Lovett - Bible - 1831 - 256 pages
...of twelve miles, protracted to six hours, they were, under a guard, composed of those very soldiers who had thus conducted them through this famous triumph,...of the old palaces of Paris, now converted into a bastile for kings.' On the arrival of the cavalcade in Paris it had to pass through an immense assemblage...
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