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|Thus miserably perished the most powerful subject in the empire, utterly |
consumed with terrors. ... Oh, how wretched Is that poor man that hangs on
princes' favors I There is, betwixt that smile we would aspire to, That sweet aspect
of princes, ...
W. H. C. Price - 1860 - 744 pages
|... his favor. Truly, he was a wonderful man; a Prince among the great: " He above |
the rest. ... him say, •'Vain pomp, and glory of this world, I hate ye : I feel my heart
new opened : O. how wretched Is that poor man that hangs on Princes' favors !
|'O, how wretched Is that poor man that hangs on princes" favors! ... As a member |
of the National Institute, it was thought that Jenner, from his powerful influence,
might, through that body. effect the object, and, accordingly, by request, he made
|They cover Haman's face as a man to be led to execution. They tell the king ... |
Thus miserably perished the most powerful subject in the empire, utterly
consumed with terrors. ... Oh, liow -wretched Is that poor man that hangs on
princes' favors !
Gary Schmidgall - 1990 - 234 pages
|The zodiac of their wit was likely centered on the sun's "sovereign eye" (SON 33) |
or the eye of some other powerful patron. In his dedication for Venus ... O how
wretched Is that poor man that hangs on princes' favors! There is, betwixt that
|... posts this morning, and under such circumstances as to leave no doubt that |
they were drugged with some powerful sleeping potion. ... I have seen k in some
English book set down that that man is mo«t wretched who hangs on princes'
|O! how wretched Is that poor man that hangs on princes' favours! ... It depended |
on friendship, on people liking him. ... profligate nature began to assert itself and
Henry no longer could endure the control of this dominant and powerful Cardinal.
|How can the Necker family attach themselves to the Bourbons, whose first duty it |
would be to hang them if they should ever return to France. ... The wretched man
begged hard to be sent to the hulks; but that was a favor he could not obtain; so
he was again turned into the streets ... Among these, the most powerful is this
lnstitution, since, through its instrumentality, we propose to elevate the standard
|An appeal from the University of Halle, in favor of some wretched professor who |
had been turned out of the university, was ... lie was just, when his passions did
not get the better of him, and made no distinction of persons, lie was as ready to
hang a noble or an unjust judge as a common malefactor ; nor would ... When
Frederick William ascended the throne, the influence of the, favorite was all-
|the king intended to confer some new favor upon him. " For the man whom the |
king delighteth to honor," said the wily Haman, " Let the king's royal robes be
brought, and the horse ... 'Tis said they have a powerful God, who visits with awful
judgments those who do them wrong. ... Behold, my lord," said the officer, " there
stands without a gallows fifty cubits high ; if it please thee, we will hang him