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" If her honour is invaded, the defence of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation, and by holding such conduct towards her as countenances... "
The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ... - Seite 188
1814
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An impartial history of the naval, military and political events in Europe ...

Hewson Clarke - 1815
...of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice ; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation,...has too sound a judgment, and too nice a sense of honors not to perceive, how much more justly they belong to the mother of your daughter — the mother...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Band 6

1815
...her reputation is 76 no longer a matter of choice j and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly, or by secret insinuation,...ought to be the feelings of every woman in England who js conscious she deserves no reproach, his Royal Highness had too sound a judgment, and too nice a...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Band 6

Walter Scott - 1815
...of her reputation ft no longer a matter of choice, and it signifie* not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly ; or by secret insinuation, and by holding such conduct towards her as countenance« all the suspicions that malice can suggest. If these ought to be the fieling» of every...
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A biographical memoir of the public and private life of the ... princess ...

J. Coote, Charlotte Augusta (princess of Gt. Britain.) - 1817
...matter of choice; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly—or by secret insinuation, and by holding such conduct...sound a judgment, and too nice a sense of honour, not to perceive, how much more justly they belong to the Mother of your Daughter—the Mother of her...
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Memoirs of Her Late Royal Highness Charlotte Augusta, Princess of Wales ...

Robert Huish - 1818 - 696 Seiten
...openly, manfully, and directly — or l>y secret insinuation, and by holding such conduct towards her aa countenances all the suspicions that malice can suggest....sound a judgment, and too nice a sense of honour, not to perceive, how much more justly they belong to the mother of your daughter — the mother of...
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Memoirs of Her Late Royal Highness Charlotte-Augusta of Wales, and of Saxe ...

Thomas Green - 1818 - 576 Seiten
...S«e page 78. . . is no longer a matter of choice; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation,...that malice can suggest. If these ought to be the feeling* of every woman in England, who is conscious that she deserves no reproach, your Royal Highness...
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The royal exile; or, Memoirs of the life of Caroline, queen consort of Great ...

J H. Adolphus - 1820
...of her reputation is no longer a matter of choice; and it signifies not whether the attack be made openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinuation,...sound a judgment, and too nice a sense of honour, not to perceive how much more justly they belong to the mother of your daughter — the mother of her...
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Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty Caroline ...

Joseph Nightingale - 1820 - 715 Seiten
...•openly, manfully, and directly — or by secret insinnation, and by holding such conduct to wardt tier as countenances all the suspicions that malice can...England who is conscious that she deserves no reproach, ynur Royal Highness has too sound a jndgment, and too i iff a sense of honour, not to perceive, how...
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The Public and Domestic Life of His Late ... Majesty, George the ..., Band 2

Edward Holt - 1820
...towards her, as countenances all Ibe suspicions that malice can suggest. If these ought to be I lie feelings of every woman in England who is conscious...your Royal Highness has too sound a judgment, and too in. ca sense of honour, not to perceive, how much more justly they belong to the ninth) l of your daughter...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Band 36

William Cobbett - 1820
...openly, manfully, and directly— or by Bfcret insinuation, and by holding euch conduct towards hec, as countenances all the suspicions that malice can suggest. If these ought to be the feelings of evefy woman in England who is consdous'that she deserves no reproach, your Royal Highness has too sound...
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