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" Let me have a shirt on more than ordinary,' said the King, ' by reason the season is so sharp as probably may make me shake, which some observers will imagine proceeds from fear. I would have no such imputation. I fear not Death ! Death is not terrible... "
The American Phrenological Journal and Life Illustrated: A Repository of ... - Página 171
1848
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Life and Writings of Charles I ...

William Harris - 1758 - 428 páginas
...probably may make me fhake, which feme " obfcfvers will imagine proceeds from fear. I would " have no fuch imputation. I fear not death ! Death is " not terrible to me. I blefs my God I am prepared (*•)." Do not all thefe paflages fhew great patience ? Do they not manifeft...
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The Christian Observer, Volumen13

1815
...probably may ruake ine shake, which some observers will imagine proceeds from tear. 1 would have nii such imputation. I fear not death! Death is not terrible to me. I bless my God, I am prepared." pp. 183 — 185. In the morning came Dr. Juxon. Mr. Herbert then " falling on bis knees humbly beg'd...
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The Analectic Magazine, to which is Added, an Appendix of Official ..., Volumen2

1813
...appointed what clothes he would wear. Let me have a shirt more than ordinary (said the king) by reason the season is so sharp as probably may make me shake,...fear not death; death is not terrible to me; I bless God I am prepared. Death, indeed, only sets men free from the misery of this world, and breaks asunder...
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The Analectic Magazine: Comprising Original Reviews, Biography, Analytical ...

1813
...appointed- what clothes he would wear. Let me have a shirt more than ordinary (said the king) by reason the season is so sharp as probably may make me shake,...not death ; death is not terrible to me ; I bless God I am prepared. Death, indeed, only sets men free from the misery of this world, and breaks asunder...
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An Historical and Critical Account of the Lives and Writings of ..., Volumen2

William Harris - 1814
...what cloathcs he would wear: ' Let me have a shirt on more than ordinary,' said the king, ' by reason the season is so sharp as probably may make me shake,...is not terrible to me. I bless my God I am prepared *." Do not all these passages shew great patience ? Do they not manifest much equanimity : — I have...
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Memoirs of the two last years of the reign of king Charles i

sir Thomas Herbert (1st bart.) - 1815
...than ordinary, said the King, by reason the season is so sharp as probably may make me shake, tvJiich some Observers will imagine proceeds from fear. I...not terrible to me. I bless my God I am prepared. These, or Words to this effect, his Majesty spoke to Mr. Herbert, as he was making ready. Soon after...
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A History of the British Empire: From the Accession of Charles I ..., Volumen4

George Brodie - 1822
...appointed the clothes he would wear, and said, " Let me have a shirt on more than ordinary, by reason the season is so sharp as probably may make me shake,...not terrible to me. I bless my God I am prepared." Juxton joined them at an appointed hour, and assisted Charles in his devotion ; after which the fallen...
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"Who Wrote Eikōn Basilikē?": Considered and Answered, in Two Letters ...

Christopher Wordsworth - 1824 - 413 páginas
...the cold, desired of Herbert to furnish him with a shirt more than ordinary : " by reason, (says he), the season is so sharp as probably may make me shake...not terrible to me. I bless my God, I am prepared V Now, with respect to the history by Clarendon, the Letters of the King, these mottoes, and this saying...
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A History of England from the First Invasion by the Romans, Volumen10

John Lingard - 1825
...weather. " For/' he observed, " were I " to shake through cold, my enemies would " attribute it to fear. I would have no such "imputation. I fear not...Death is not " terrible to me. I bless my God I am pre" pared."81 The king spent an hour in privacy with the bishop : Herbert was afterwards admitted...
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The History of Scotland, Volumen4

George Buchanan - 1827
...the observers might imagine it proceeded from fear ;" adding, " I would have no such imputation, 1 fear not death, death is not terrible to me, I bless my God I am prepared." At an appointed hour Juxton joined them, and assisted Charles in his devotions ; after which he gave...
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