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" Most gracious Queen, we thee implore To go away and sin no more, But if that effort be too great, To go away, at any rate. "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Seite 636
1861
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The English portion of the library of ... Francis Wrangham [a catalogue ...

Francis Wrangham - 1826
...Epigrams elicited by this ill-omened Investigation, one is subjoined with a Latin imitation of it: Most gracious Queen, we thee implore To " go away, and sin no more :" Or, if that effort be too (.-reat, To go away — at any rate. Ut nostris abea* cituqHC ab ttris,...
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A history of England, from the conclusion of the great war in 1815 [to 1858].

Sir Spencer Walpole - 1878
...gave three cheers for Mr. Austin, the queen's son. It suggested an admirable epigram to some wit : — Most gracious Queen, we thee implore To go away, and...But, if that effort be too great, To go away at any rate.3 Denmau concluded his speech on the 25th of October. The bin The remainder of the month was occupied...
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A History of England from the Conclusion of the Great War in 1815, Band 1

Sir Spencer Walpole - 1879
...three cheers for Mr. Austin, the queen's son. It suggested an admirable epigram to some wit : — Moat gracious Queen, we thee implore To go away, and sin...But, if that effort be too great, To go away at any rate.2 Denman concluded his speech on the 25th of October. The bil} The remainder of the month was...
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Dictionary of National Biography, Band 14

Leslie Stephen - 1888
...up his peroration to the story of the woman taken in adultery, and on this was founded the epigram : Most gracious queen, we thee implore To go away and sin no more ; Or, if that effort be too great, To go away at any rate. Addressing himself to the rumours put about...
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Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and ..., Band 3

George Edward Cokayne - 1890
...the House to tell her [in the words used some 1800 years previously to a woman talen in adultery] to go and sin no more : — " Most Gracious Queen, we thee implore, To go away and «in no more ; But, if that effort be too great, To go away at any rate." See " The Crater papei'i...
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The Old Halls, Manors and Families of Derbyshire, Band 1

Joseph Tilley (of Derby, Eng.) - 1892
...was not guilty of the crime, we never could conceive.* From this peroration arose the epigram : — Most gracious Queen, we thee implore To go away and sin no more ; Or, if that effort be loo great, To go away, at any rate. * Since this was written Lord Denman has...
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Good-bye, Proud World

Ellen Olney Kirk - 1903 - 362 Seiten
...remember, Mr. Briggs, that epigram about Queen Caroline, who was a sort of modern woman, — " ' Our gracious queen, we thee implore To go away and sin...if that effort be too great, To go away at any rate ' ? " " Oh, give that to me, give that to me, do, Miss Waldo," Briggs cried. " Tell me where you found...
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Builders of Our Law During the Reign of Queen Victoria

Edward Manson - 1904 - 464 Seiten
...her in the Spirit of Him who said, " Go and sin no more." The consequence was the following epigram: Most Gracious Queen, we thee implore. To go away,...that effort be too great, To go away, at any rate. Denman himself was no bad hand at a jeu d'esprit. The Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas (Tindal),...
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A Last Ramble in the Classics

Hugh Edward Pigott Platt - 1906 - 208 Seiten
...his peroration to the story of the woman taken in adultery ; and this gave occasion to the epigram, Most gracious queen, we thee implore To go away and sin no more ; Or, if that effort be too great, To go away at any rate. Dict. Nat. Biog. s. T. Denman, T. CLAUDIAN,...
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The Diary of a Lady-in-waiting, Band 2

Lady Charlotte Campbell Bury - 1908
...mind and body. The desolateness of her private existence seemed to make her * A squib ran thus : — Most gracious Queen, we thee implore To go away and sin no more ; But lest this effort be too great, To go away, at any rate* very sorrowful ; she appeared to feel the loss...
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