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" He got up in the progress of the war to be a Colonel, and to be concerned in the excise. And at the Restoration he was found to be so useful in managing the Excise, that he was put in a good post. He was the roughest, and boldest, speaker in the house,... "
Military Memoir of Colonel John Birch: Sometime Governor of Hereford in the ... - Стр. 157
авторы: Roe (secretary of Colonel John Birch.) - 1873 - Страниц: 251
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Bishop Burnet's History of His Own Time: From the Restoration of King ...

Gilbert Burnet - 1753
...the rougheft and boldeft fpeaker in the Houfe; and talked in the language and phrafes of a.carrier, but with a beauty and eloquence that was always acceptable. I heard Coventry fay, he was the beft fpeaker to carry a popular affembly before him that he had ever known. He fpoke...
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - 1808
...put in a good post. He was the roughest and boldest speaker in the house, and mlkcd in the language and phrases of a carrier; but with a beauty and eloquence that was always acceptable. He spoke always with much life and heat; but udimient was not his uleut." Buruet. Sir John Holland,...
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A Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High ..., Том 6

1816
...:i good post. Hi was the roughest and boldest speaker in tlie house, and talked in the language end phrases of a carrier; but with a beauty and eloquence that was always acceptable. He spoke always with much life and heat ; but judgment was not. hi« talent.'' Biirnct. Sir Jufin Jiniland....
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Bishop Burnet's history of his own time

Gilbert Burnet - 1833
...put in a good post. He was the roughest and boldest speaker in the house ; and talked in the language and phrases of a carrier, but with a beauty and eloquence that was always acceptable. I heard m Sir Edward Seimour re- then and has since been much fleeted upon him very grossly talked of, and...
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Bishop Burnet's history of his own time: from the restoration of Charles II ...

Gilbert Burnet - 1850 - Страниц: 949
...put in a good post. He was the roughest and boldest speaker in the houss, and talked in the language and phrases of a carrier, but with a beauty and eloquence...acceptable. I heard Coventry say, he was the best • Grey, who was a member, relate« this repartee as being mrule tho previous session, яг.И that...
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Letters Addressed from London to Sir Joseph Williamson While ..., Выпуск 9

William Dougal Christie - 1874
...in the House, and talked in the language and phrases of a carrier, but with a bearing and eloqucnce that was always acceptable. I heard Coventry say he...popular assembly before him that he had ever known." (Own Time, i. 389.) The hero of a recent volume issued to the Comden Society. * Sir Robert Howard,...
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Dictionary of National Biography, Том 5

Sir Leslie Stephen - 1886
...Buruetsays of Birch : ' He was the roughest and boldest speaker in the house, and talked in the language and phrases of a carrier, but with a beauty and eloquence...popular assembly before him that he had ever known.' He died 10 May 1691, and was buried at Weobly, where a monument was erected to his memory, the inscription...
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The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift: Historical and political tracts-Irish

Jonathan Swift - 1905
...eloquence, Burnet says : "He was the roughest and boldest speaker in the house, and talked in the language and phrases of a carrier, but with a beauty and eloquence, that was always acceptable. " The reference to the carrier is purposely made, since Birch did not hide the fact that he had once...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift ...

Jonathan Swift - 1900
...eloquence, Burnet says: "He was the roughest and boldest speaker in the house, and talked in the language and phrases of a carrier, but with a beauty and eloquence, that was always acceptable." The reference to the carrier is purposely made, since Birch did not hide the fact that he had once...
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The prose works of Jonathan Swift, Том 7

Jonathan Swift, George Ravenscroft Dennis - 1905
...Burnet says : ' ' He was the roughest and boldest speaker in the house, and talked in the language and phrases of a carrier, but with a beauty and eloquence, that was always acceptable." The reference to the carrier is purposely made, since Birch did not hide the fact that he had once...
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