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" ever forget his attachment, nor any honest Scotchman forgive his treachery, to lord Bute. At every town he enters, he must change his liveries and name. Whichever way he flies, the hue and cry of the country pursues him. "
A Critical Enquiry Regarding the Real Author of the Letters of Junius ... - Page 43
by George Coventry - 1825 - 382 pages
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The Political Register for ...

1769 - 414 pages
...probable; at Exeter, inevitable. No honeft Englishman will ever forget his attachment, nor any honeft Scotchman forgive his treachery to lord Bute. At every town he enters he mud change his liveries and his name. Which ever way he flies, the HUE AND CRY of the country purfues...
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The Letters of Junius, Volume 2, Part 2

Junius - Falkland Islands - 1770 - 246 pages
...probable; at Exeter, inevitable. No honeft Englifliman will ever forget his attachment, nor any honeft Scotchman forgive his treachery to Lord Bute, At every town he enters, he muft change his liveries and his name. Which ever way he. flies, the Hue and Cry of the country purfues...
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The Genuine Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1771 - 402 pages
...probable ; at Exeter, inevitable. No honeft Englifhman will ever forget his attachment, nor any honeft Scotchman forgive his treachery to Lord Bute. At every town he enters, he muft change his liveries and his name. Which ever way he flies, the Hue and Cry of the country purfues...
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The Letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - 1772 - 264 pages
...probable ; at Exeter, inevitable. No honefl Englifhman will ever forget his attachment, nor anyhoaeft Scotchman forgive his treachery to Lord Bute. At every town he enters, he mult change his liveries and name. Which ever way he flies, the Hue and Cry of the country purfues...
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The Letters of Junius, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1771 - 370 pages
...probable ; at Exeter, inevitable. . No honeft Englishman. will ever forget his attachment, nor any honeft Scotchman forgive his treachery to Lord Bute. At every town he enters, he muft change his liveries and his name. Which ever way he flies, the Hut and Cry of the country purities...
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The Letters of the Celebrated Junius, Volume 1

Junius - English letters - 1783 - 288 pages
...honeft Englifhman will ever forget his attachment, * THE Duke's feat in Bedfordfhire. nor any honeft Scotchman forgive his treachery to Lord Bute. At every town he enters, he muft change his liveries and name. Which ever way he flies, the Hue and Cry of the country purfues...
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The Letters of Junius

Junius - Great Britain - 1791 - 416 pages
...Scotchman foigive his treachery, to Lord Bute. At every town he enters, he mutt change his liveries and name. Whichever way he flies, the Hue and Cry of the country purfues him. In another kingdom, indeed, the blefiings of his adminirtratkm have been more fenfibly...
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Junius. Stat Nominis Umbra, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1797 - 402 pages
...reproach and derision. At Plymouth, his destruction would be more than probable ; at Exeter, inevitable. No honest Englishman will ever forget his attachment,...every town he enters he must change his liveries and name. Whichever way he flies, the hue and cry of the country pursues him. In another kingdom indeed,...
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The Letters of Junius: With Notes and Illustrations, Historical ..., Volume 1

Junius (pseud.) - Great Britain - 1804 - 450 pages
...reproach and derision. At Plymouth, his destruction would be more than probable; at Exeter, inevitable. No honest Englishman will ever forget his attachment,...every town he enters, he must change his liveries and name. Which ever ways he flies, the Hue and Cry of the country pursues him. In another kingdom, indeed,...
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The Letters of Junius: Stat Nominis Umbra, Volume 1

Junius - Great Britain - 1804 - 494 pages
...reproach and derision. At Plymouth, his destruction would be more than, probable ; at Exeter, inevitable. No honest Englishman will ever forget his attachment,...every town he enters, he must change his liveries and name Which ever ways he flies, the Hue and Cry of the country pursues him. IN another kingdom, indeed,...
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