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A Letter To A Gentleman In The Country

Auhtor: Anonymous

Language: english
Published: 1757

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Review by A. Dent, July 2005


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Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Letter To A Gentleman In The Country':

A Letter To A Gentleman In The Country From His Friend In London Giving An Authentick And Circumstantial Account Of The Confinement Behaviour And Attested By The Gentlemen Who Were Present by Anonymous. This title has fewer than 24 printed text pages. The Plotters is presented here in a high quality kindle edition. This popular classic work by Alexander Blade is in the English language. If you enjoy the works of Alexander Blade then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Letter To A Gentleman In The Country':


... from original Papers, by a Gentleman of Oxford. Price one Shilling. II. A Collection of several Pamphlets very little known: Some suppressed Letters, ...
... the most scandalous reports with regard to his death. Dying Speeches, containing the most infamous absurdities, have been imposed upon the publick, ...
... a view to exculpate themselves, or others to render him odious in the eyes of the people, that his fall may be unlamented. But can a generous nation, ...
... What is the matter. Have they broke me. The gentleman hesitating in his reply, with some confusion of countenance, he added, Well, I understand-If ...
... was a perpetual round of, all is well. This circumstance almost totally depriving the Admiral of sleep, because the centinels were mostly close to ...
... This gave rise to a rumour that he expected a pardon, or meditated an escape which was most industriously propagated, to lessen the merit of his ...
... remainder of the day in conversation with his friends and sometimes in regulating his private family-affairs, when any thing occurred to his memory ...
... this he appeared calm again and in the forenoon heard prayers read by the chaplain of the Monarque, and received the sacrament in a very decent ...
... being then about seven: and added, that as they would be so obliging as to pass the evening with him, he must ask them to drink a glass with him. He ...
... witness who says they received damage at that time. May not that one witness be mistaken, who was on board the ship considerably the farthest removed ...
... embraced them, and took his leave with intention, as he told them, to spare them the disagreeable and painful office, as his friends, of seeing him next ...
... being seldom up so early as him. He was up on Monday morning about five and as soon as he saw the Marshal, about six, Well, said he, Marshal, I think ...
... him looking at them, without being awed and intimidated by hinting at the consequences which might ensue, that he might be wounded only, and mangled ...
... remark can never be made and it must be more decent to make no alteration in dress. Well then, replied he, if it is more decent, no alteration shall ...
... in the day, on account of the prejudices of the people: but, on being assured that no such spirit was remaining among the people at Portsmouth, ...
... the error in judgment should be on their side,-God forgive them, as I do and may, the distress of their minds, and uneasiness of their consciences, ...
... close to the first the third line standing upright, were appointed a reserve, in case any life should remain after the two first had fired. The Admiral ...
... violently persecuted by party rage treated with many unprecedented indignities and hardships calumniated and misrepresented to the people, who had ...
... writer and filmmaker who resides in New York City. Anonymous Boy is also the title of his self-published comics zine.Anonymous : A Book Of German LyricsAnonymous ...
... vastly in their opinions of it for some think it hath a great deal of wit but others say it hath none at all.... >>read more<