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" But, sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard to my own happiness, which render this address a duty both to myself and my daughter. May I venture to say — a duty also to my husband, and the people committed to his care? "
The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany - 148 ページ
1813
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly miscellany ..., 第 3 巻

Benjamin Flower - 1813
...be afHicted without any fault ot my own — and that Your Roy.il Highness knows it. "But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...to my Husband, and the People committed to his care ? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman cannot with safety carry her forbearance. If her...

"The Book!" Or, The Proceedings and Correspondence Upon the Subject of the ...

Spencer Perceval - 1813 - 132 ページ
...afflicted without any fault of my own— and that your Royal Highness knows it. • " But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...to my husband, and the people committed to his care ? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman cannot with safety carry her forbearance. If her...

Sporting Magazine: Or, Monthly Calendar of the Transactions of the ..., 第 41 巻

1813
...afflicted without any fault of my own — and that your Royal Highness knows it. " But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...my Husband, and the People committed to his care? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woman t cannot with safety carry her forbearance. If her...

"The Book!", Or, The Proceedings and Correspondence Upon the Subject of the ...

Queen Caroline (consort of George IV, King of Great Britain), Spencer Perceval - 1813 - 381 ページ
...and 'Hat your Royal Highness knows. " But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature' tha« any regard to my own happiness, which render this...duty also to my husband; and the people committed' t* kis care ? There is a point beyond which a guiltless woma« cannot with safety carry her forbearance....

"The Book!" or, the Proceedings and correspondence upon the subject of the ...

Great Britain. Commissioners appointed to inquire into the conduct of Caroline, Princess of Wales - 1813 - 354 ページ
...be afflicted without any fault of my own — and that your Royal Highness knows. " But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...myself and my daughter. May I venture to say -—a duty a!so to my husband, and the people committed to his care • There is a point beyond which a guiltless...

Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, 第 23 巻

1813
...considerations ot a higher nature than any regard to my owi; happiness, Which render this" address a doty both to Myself and my Daughter May I venture to say...also to my 'Husband, and the people Committed to his Vaw? There is a point beyond which a i guiltless woman cannot with safety carry her forbearance. If...

The Gentleman's Magazine, 第 83 巻、第 1 部、第 113 巻

1813
...afflicted without any fault of my' own — and that your Royal Highness knows it. " But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard to my own happiness, which render this address 9 duty both to Myself and my Daughter. May I venture to say — a duty also to my Husband, nnd the...

Cobbett's Political Register, 第 23 巻

William Cobbett - 1813
...be afflicted without any ault of my own — and that your Royal Ugliness knows it. " But, Sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard to my own lappiuess, which render this address a luty both to Myself and my Daughter, .fay I venture to say—...

The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1814
...be afflicted without any fault of my own — and that your royal highness knows. " But, sir, there are considerations of a higher nature than any regard...duty both to myself and my daughter. May I venture to sny — a duty also to my husband, and the people committed to his care ? There is a point beyond which...

The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, 第 55 巻

Edmund Burke - 1814
...afflicted without any fault of my own — and that your Royal Highness knows it. " But, sir, there arc considerations of a higher nature than any regard to my own happiness, which render this address a duly both to ray.ielf and my daughter. May I venture to say— a duty aho to my husband, and the people...




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