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" Many were in tears, and many knelt down before him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes ; but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow-countrymen as Nelson. All men knew that his heart was as humane as it was fearless... "
The Living Age ... - Página 128
1847
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The British review and London critical journal, Volumen5

1813
...dispatched his business on shore, endeavoured to elude the populace by taking a by-way to the beach ; but a crowd collected in his train, pressing forward,...knelt down before him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes; but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow-countrymen...
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The British Review, and London Critical Journal

1813
...shore, endeavoured to elude the populace by taking a by-way to the beach ; but a crowd collected jn his train, pressing forward, to obtain a sight of...knelt down before Him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes ; but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow-countrymen...
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The Life of Nelson, Volumen2

Robert Southey - 1813
...by taking a bye-way to the beach ; but a crowd collected in his train, pressing forward, to obtain sight of his face : — many were in tears, and many...knelt down before him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes ; but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellowcountrymen...
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The Boston Spectator: Devoted to Politicks and Belles-lettres, Volumen1

1814
...by taking a bye-way to the beach ; but a crowd collected in his train, pressing forward, to obtain sight of his face. Many were in tears, and many knelt down before him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes ; but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow countrymen...
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The Life of Nelson

Robert Southey - 1830 - 309 páginas
...populace by taking a by-way to the beach; but a crowd collected in his train, pressing forward to obtain sight of his face: many were in tears, and many knelt down before him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes ; but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow-countrymen...
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Tales of the Wars; Or, Naval and Military Chronicle: To which is ..., Volumen1

1836
...shore, endeavoured to elude the populace by taking a bye-path to the beach ; but a crowd collecting in his train, pressing forward, to obtain a sight...knelt down before him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes; but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow-countrymen...
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Tales of the wars; or, Naval and military chronicle, Volúmenes1-2

1836
...beach ; but a crowd collecting' in In.-, tram, pressed forward to obtain a sight of his face ; muny were in tears, and many knelt down Before him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes ; but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow countrymen...
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The Family Library (Harper)., Volumen6

1843
...populace by taking a by-way to the beach; but a crowd collected in his train, pressing forward to obtain sight of his face: many were in tears, and many knelt down before him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes ; but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow-countrymen...
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The dispatches and letters of vice admiral ... Nelson, with notes ..., Volumen7

Horatio Nelson (1st visct.) - 1846
...ode the populace," says Soutbey ; " but a crowd collected in his train, pressing forward to obtain sight of his face : many were in tears, and many knelt down before him, and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes, but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow-countrymen...
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The life of Horatio, lord Nelson

1847 - 182 páginas
...populace by taking a byeway to the beach ; but a crowd collected in his train, pressing forward to obtain sight of his face ; many were in tears, and many knelt down before him and blessed him as he passed. England has had many heroes, but never one who so entirely possessed the love of his fellow-countrymen...
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