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" It unfortunately happened for our American provinces," says Wynne, an American writer, also quoted by Graham, " that a government in any of our colonies in those parts was scarcely looked upon in any other light than that of an hospital where the favourites... "
An Historical and Statistical Account of the New South Wales: From the ... - Halaman 341
oleh John Dunmore Lang - 1875
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An Universal History, from the Earliest Account of Time, Volume 39

1763
...fcarcely looked upon in any other light than that of an hofpital, where the favourites of the miniitry might lie till they had recovered their broken fortunes, and * oftentimes -they ferved as afylums from their creditors. Upon the death of colonel Montgomery, the French and their...
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The Modern Part of an Universal History,: From the Earliest Account of Time

1763
...fcarcely looked upon in any other light than that of an hofpita!, where the favourites of the miniftry might lie till they had recovered their broken fortunes, and oftentimes they ferved as afylums from their creditors. Upon the death of colonel Montgomery, the French and their...
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A General History of the British Empire in America: Containing an Historical ...

John Huddlestone Wynne - 1770 - 1060 halaman
...fcarcely looked upon in any other light than jhat of an hofpital, where the favourites of the miniftry might lie till they had recovered their broken fortunes; and oftentimes they ferved as afylums from their creditors. Upon the death of COT lonel Montgomery, the French and their...
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Annals of Philadelphia: Being a Collection of Memoirs, Anecdotes, and ...

John Fanning Watson - 1830 - 24 halaman
...in any other light than that of an hospital, where the favourites of the ministry might be till they recovered their broken fortunes; and oftentimes they served as asylums from their creditors." The following present such notices of our Governors as I have occasionally met, to wit : In 1707, I...
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Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, in the Olden Time: Being ..., Volume 2

John Fanning Watson - 1857
...in any other light than that of an hospital, where the favourites of the ministry might be ;ill they recovered their broken fortunes; and oftentimes they served as asylums from their creditors." Secretary Peters, in 1756, says " the governors used to get .10,000 currency a year, and the perquisites,...
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Annals of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania, in the Olden Time: Being ..., Volume 2

John Fanning Watson - 1850
...in any other light than that of an hospital, where the favourites of the ministry might be till they recovered their broken fortunes; and oftentimes they served as asylums from their creditors." , Secretary Peters, in 1756, says " the governors used to gel. J?10,000 currency a year, and the perquisites,...
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An Historical and Statistical Account of the New South Wales: From ..., Volume 1

John Dunmore Lang - 1875
...and worthy representative: for certain it is that he did not belie its alleged traditions. It may be urged indeed that the personal character of a Governor...moral character of its political chiefs and leaders." 4 " The moral principle," says Dr. Channing, " is the 4 Graham's History of America, iv. 316. A a life...
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An Historical and Statistical Account of the New South Wales: From ..., Volume 1

John Dunmore Lang - 1875
...passed into a proverb, as in the following couplet of Pope. " Who, having lost his credit, pawn'd hia rent, Is therefore fit to have a government." " I...to the moral character of its political chiefs and leaders."4 " The moral principle," says Dr. Channing, " is the 4 Graham's History of America, iv. 316....
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Annals of Philadelphia, and Pennsylvania, in the Olden Time: Being ..., Volume 2

John Fanning Watson - 1887
...in any other light than that of an hospital, where the favourites of the ministry might be till they recovered their broken fortunes; and oftentimes they served as asylums from their creditors." Secretary Peters, in 1756, says " the governors used to get. ^"10,000 currency a year, and the perquisites,...
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The National Magazine, Volume 17

1893
...those parts was scarcely looked upon in any other light than that of a hospital, where the favorites of the ministry might lie till they had recovered...oftentimes they served as asylums from their creditors." But it is not too much to say that no American colony had as yet been favored with so excellent an...
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